You may be almost finished with exams, or possibly qualifed within the last 12 months.
If you're not quite sure which route you want to go down and have as your main focus (e.g. pricing, modelling etc)., then this could be the role for you.
It's a little bit of everything - from building models, to producing pricing, getting involved with wider commercial aspects of the business, collaborating with other teams and producing management information.
There's a lot to do, and a lot to get stuck into.
This is one for you if you're not quite sure what you want to focus on, but you want to gain exposure to a whole range of possibilities.
You will need to be:
- a newly or nearly qualified actuary
- Microsoft Office experience - advanced Excel 2013
- SQL - Writing and editing queries to extract data e.g. using SQL Server Management Studio
- life or health insurance experience
- software knowledge: Python or R (or similar)