Sr Actuary

  • 34445
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • Ohio, United States
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  • Dec 11, 2018
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Review and approve all Retirement Plans reserves, DAC, and GL entries and reconciliations.
  • Ensure Retirement Plans FRC controls are suitable.
  • Prepare, analyze, and present actual and forecast FRM materials.
  • Perform RBC, FAS 107 fair value, Goodwill and liquidity calculations.
  • Discuss quarterly results and Internal Audit as required.
  • Review and approve year end NAIC statutory statement exhibits.
  • Complete requirements for Asset Adequacy C3P1 & C3P2.
  • Update, analyze, and present Retirement Plans model assumptions to the Assumption Council.
  • Provide product development and risk analysis support as needed.
  • Manage 4 direct reports.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the compilation, categorization and analysis of data.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the construction of complex testing tools and analysis of product calculations.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the construction, maintenance and execution of Actuarial, Projection & Valuation Models.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the financial reporting & analysis.
  • Leads, provides expert knowledge, creates strategies for pricing and implementation of products.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the analyzing risks for lines of business.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the establishing reserves and other valuation items under multiple accounting regimes for products.
  • Provides strategic direction and expert knowledge for the analysis and pricing of reinsurance.
  • Develops effective communication strategies and recommendations to leadership.
  • Executes and delegates as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Undergraduate degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or similar background requiring modeling, programming, or quantitative analysis.
  • FSA required
  • Typically at least eight years of actuarial experience.
  • Expert knowledge of actuarial business functions, statistical methods of analysis, actuarial models, actuarial software and databases.
  • Expert knowledge of company operations, products, systems and actuarial methodologies.
  • Expert knowledge of Company, Industry, and Regulatory practices.
  • Mastery of Microsoft Office products analytical software and programming languages.
  • Proficiency level of organizational agility and conflict management.
  • Proficient level of command skills, strategic agility, delegation, motivating others, business perspective, and accounting.
  • Mastery level of perspective, problem solving, customer focus, dealing with ambiguity, drive for results, analysis, learning.