Senior Actuarial Analyst

  • 37792
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • California, United States
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  • Jul 23, 2020
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Provides technical, actuarial analyses in the areas of pricing, ratemaking, reserving, analytics, and systems integration.
  • Identifies issues and recommends mitigation strategies.
  • Participates in the development and documentation of actuarial department processes.
  • Takes responsibility for multiple core/critical processes within the department.
  • Takes responsibility to modify processes in order to improve accuracy and efficiency.
  • Completes assigned projects ensuring that they are delivered on time and within scope.
  • Provides regular status updates to project/task lead.
  • Ensures key stakeholders are identified and regularly informed of project status.
  • Assumes responsibility in the number of concurrent projects assigned.
  • Works with individuals in other departments in fulfilling the actuarial role within larger projects.
  • Provides training in support of a self-sustaining culture.
  • Develops the skill to efficiently review others’ work and to provide valuable feedback.
  • Broadens knowledge around business rules, industry structure and emerging events, and alternate data sources.
  • Learns and applies current analytic tools and methods.
  • Fosters positive, collaborative working relationships with higher level experts across the organization.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university. Minimum of 3 years’ actuarial experience; or proven competence.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Thorough knowledge of actuarial models and ability to assess results.
  • Thorough knowledge of segments of company systems and a business area.
  • Progress towards attaining a working knowledge of emerging analytic techniques.
  • Exhibits the ability to add critical thought process to enhance existing products and processes.
  • Ability to make good decisions within areas of responsibility with minimal supervisory input.
  • Ability to fully manage a complex product, requiring expertise spanning actuarial methods, advanced analytic techniques, in-depth business knowledge, and in-depth systems and data knowledge.