P&C Actuarial Analyst

  • 35908
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Sep 24, 2019
  • Providing actuarial and analytics support on various insurance business lines and programs.
  • Assistance with pricing, loss reserving and pro forma financial modeling.
  • Actuarial support to senior consulting staff on consulting mandates, including assistance with production of reports, presentations, summary analyses, client communications, etc.
  • Leveraging of technical skills to assist with the streamlining of processes, increasing efficiencies and providing additional perspectives on tackling challenging actuarial problems.
  • Development of analysis and supporting the development of strategic recommendations related to bidding processes for partner relationships on behalf of our clients.
  • Support to actuarial and non-actuarial senior consultants on both technical and strategic issues, including assistance with development of key client-facing communications.
  • In pursuit of actuarial fellowship designation through the exams of either the Casualty Actuarial Society or Society of Actuaries, with a focus on Property & Casualty General Actuarial exams. In this regard, we are seeking candidates with 2 - 4 exams.
  • 2 years’ minimum working experience in commercial or personal lines standard actuarial pricing and/or reserving techniques.
  • Consulting experience preferred but not required.
  • Fluency in French is an asset, but not required.
  • Able to apply advanced mathematical / actuarial concepts and techniques.
  • Skilled in using Microsoft Excel and other software.
  • Experience with actuarial programming in languages, preferably R.
  • Ability to perform in-depth investigations to support problem identification and development of effective, creative solutions.
  • Applies high standard of quality control.
  • Strong team player, with ability to work with diverse skillsets.
  • Ability to explain and present technical concepts in terms appropriate for given audience.
  • Ability to communicate results in layman’s terms, both orally and written.
  • Shows initiative.
  • Ability to effectively manage priorities and handle multiple projects under tight timeframes.
  • Responds constructively to different viewpoints, changing priorities, new conditions.
  • Shares knowledge, opinions and insights in constructive manner.
  • Offers to help others without prompting.
  • Exhibits willingness and ability to learn technical material quickly.
  • Seeks out continuing education opportunities.