Actuarial Analyst to Analyst Senior

  • 37285
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ohio, United States
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  • Apr 27, 2020
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Extract data from various sources, including Company’s mainframe computer system.
  • Perform statistical functions on the data, using spreadsheet or database software.
  • Develop rate level evaluation reports and recommended rate changes.
  • Calculate impacts of proposed rate, rule and form changes.
  • Communicate results and recommendations to various all levels of underwriting and management.
  • Prepare regulatory filings for rate changes with the insurance departments.
  • Track changes made by ISO and the Workers Comp. Rating Bureaus.
  • Review specific components of company rating plans, and perform specialized reviews as requested by management.
  • Lead the reviews of specific components of rating plans, as requested by management.
  • Mentor and train Actuarial Analysts and Technicians in all aspects of their positions.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • A degree from an accredited four-year college, with preference given to analytical studies in Actuarial Science, Math, Statistics, Engineering, Finance, Economics or other related areas.
  • Three to four years of actuarial experience is required, with most of that time spent working specifically on pricing P&C insurance products.
  • Completion of four or more exams sponsored by the Casualty Actuarial Society is preferred, as is a desire to pursue Associateship or Fellowship by continuing with the CAS exams.
  • Must be an advanced user of spreadsheets, database applications, statistical software, and word-processing software.
  • Programming experience or education is a plus, but not mandatory.