Actuary - Associate Actuary - Actuary I

  • 38093
  • Non-Life - Data Science
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  • Ohio, United States
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  • Aug 31, 2020
  • Analyze the company’s catastrophe risk using CAT model output.
  • Create tools for monitoring exposure changes.
  • Create CAT reports for business managers and senior management.
  • Assist with compilation of property exposure data for CAT modeling.
  • Commit to understanding underwriting codes and improving data quality.
  • Work with business units to help them identify and evaluate options for improving their property catastrophe risk profiles.
  • assist in preparation of DFA model input. Commit to learning DFA model software.
  • Use simulation output to quantify risk contribution by risk source and line of business.
  • Prepare premium, exposure, and claims data for reinsurance treaty renewal.
  • Assist in ceded loss cost analysis and other ceded reinsurance work.
  • support property pricing and underwriting in CAT-prone areas by allocating capital and performing ROE analyses.
  • Perform various stochastic or deterministic risk analyses upon request.
  • A bachelor's degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, or related field.
  • ACAS or FCAS.
  • Four or more years of P&C actuarial experience.
  • Work experience with capital modeling preferred.
  • Strong technical skills, including experience using VBA and SAS Enterprise Guide.
  • Work experience with R or Python preferred.
  • Strong analytical skills, including experience performing regression and simulation analyses.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.