Retirement Actuary

  • 37221
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • New York, United States
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  • Apr 17, 2020
  • Pass actuarial exams.
  • Maintain some, and developing other, relationships with higher-level client contacts.
  • Answer many client questions without reliance on lead actuary.
  • Manage various projects simultaneously, with some oversight.
  • Complete significant amount of work through others.
  • Play active role in client meetings.
  • Work collaboratively with consultants from other lines of business.
  • Prepare contribution requirement and accounting costs, with little or no guidance.
  • Review and interpret valuation results and explain outcomes to client.
  • Review pension benefit calculations.
  • Take on significant responsibility and use own initiative to ensure projects are completed efficiently and on time.
  • Coach/train less experienced students.
  • Demonstrate flexibility to work additional hours when client needs dictate or take responsibility for finding resources to complete the assignment.
  • Academic background or aptitude in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Economics or Statistics.
  • 4 plus years of actuarial work experience and completion of several exams, possibly an ASA or EA.
  • Valuation programming on ProVal system.
  • Basic knowledge of funding methods.
  • Use of valuation software, tailoring, and programming.
  • Minimum and/or maximum funding calculations.
  • Reconciliation of liability gains and losses.