Sr. Actuarial Analyst

  • 33256
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • New Jersey, United States
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  • Jan 23, 2018
  • Prepare and complete actuarial analysis with minimal supervision or guidance appropriate for the functional area. May include rate filings, ultimate loss projections, pricing studies, risk capital modeling, portfolio analysis, research projects.
  • Participate in the development of actuarial presentations and present results/topics to clients (internal & external) and management as requested
  • Create new or modify & enhance existing applications to address special issues, with limited guidance.
  • Complete and/or direct the completion of required data preparation, including data input, under general direction. Identify data & operational issues requiring specialized actuarial attention.
  • Document and communicate assumptions, results and alternatives to actuarial staff and internal and external clients.
  • Coordinate the development of new methodologies/products/procedures with minimal guidance.
  • Peer review technical actuarial work and provide constructive feedback as needed. Coach less experienced employees as needed.
  • Prepare for and pass Actuarial Exams
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Economics, Business or related field requiring modeling, programming, or quantitative analysis.
  • Passed up to five (5) actuarial exams.
  • Three or more years of (re)insurance/actuarial experience or graduate of Risk Analyst Program; preference for someone with primary insurance experience in pricing or predictive analytics.
  • Develop and maintain working knowledge of actuarial models. Including a good understanding of the actuarial concepts and techniques underlying the models. Strong technical actuarial skills.
  • Analytical experience using predictive analytics
  • Strong working knowledge of computers and MS Office Suite applications. Apply more advanced and innovative techniques in worksheets and other applications as appropriate for functional area.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to schedule and prioritize workload demands, including multi-tasking.
  • Maintain a good knowledge of sources of industry information, relevant to the completion of the required analyses.
  • Maintain and enhance a good understanding of actuarial concepts.
  • Able to manage and coordinate own projects using multiple resources.
  • Knowledge of insurance company processes and functions. Ability to develop relationships in the organization.
  • Ability to apply judgment and problem solving skills to address complex significant issues.