Senior Pricing Analyst

  • 38674
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Australia
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  • Dec 2, 2020
  • Full range of actuarial and technical pricing responsibilities, including risk costs estimation using a variety of machine learning and actuarial techniques, model building and testing, optimising data and modelling processes, and consideration of internal and external factors influencing experience.
  • Producing and presenting analytical insights, visualisations and reports to key stakeholders.
  • Making data driven technical pricing recommendations based on risks, claims and customer behaviours.
  • Identifying and recommending opportunities and improvements to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, accuracy and level of insights generated.
  • Adhering to appropriate model validation protocols, from cross validation to in-market testing to peer review, depending on the circumstance; and observing relevant risk management techniques and controls.
  • For senior roles:
  • Leading and managing technical modelling and strategic pricing projects.
  • Guiding, mentoring and supporting junior and fellow analysts, particularly where new techniques are adopted.
  • Tertiary qualifications in Actuarial, Mathematical, Statistics, Data Science or other analytical disciplines.
  • Experience in the analysis of complex data, preferably in general insurance actuarial/analytical roles.
  • Experience and knowledge of analytical software such as SAS, R, Python and SQL.
  • Experience building dashboards in programs such as Shiny and Tableau.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, in particular the ability to communicate technical concepts clearly and concisely to a range of stakeholders.
  • Experience in actuarial/technical pricing methods; and the design, build and evaluation of pricing models are advantageous.
  • Experience using/building machine learning algorithms and advanced skills in statistical analysis, quantitative/predictive analytics, multivariate testing and optimisation algorithm are desirable.
  • Insurance industry domain knowledge and familiarity with relevant legislation and regulatory environment are desirable.