Up to £80k + Significant Benefits
As an Actuarial Analyst, you will gain a wide range of experience by rotating between the key actuarial functions of Corporate Centre Reporting, Regulatory Reporting, Planning, Product Pricing, Risk Management, and Projects. You will be trained in how to produce accurate and timely financial data for regulators, local management, Corporate Centre and other stakeholders, price new contracts, or be part of project teams. The jobholder will be expected to make progress towards qualification as a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
- Update and maintain existing documentation of procedures
- Ensure data used in calculations is accurate and free from errors
- Build and maintain effective relationships with internal and external customers
- Communicate results of any calculations in a clear concise way to other team members and internal or external customers. Communication may be by a range of methods including written reports, presentations, face to face discussions, phone calls, or e-mail
- Pass the examinations of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries at a rate equivalent to 3 Core Principles exams per year.
Your skills and experience:
- A high degree of numeracy.
- Passes or exemptions from some Core Principles exams of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries would be an advantage but not essential
- Strong degree or equivalent in Maths/Actuarial Science or a related subject
- Highly computer literate with experience in using Microsoft Excel and Access to an advanced level an advantage
- A keen interest in data analytics
- Meticulous in preparing and checking work paying close attention to detail
- Committed and determined to meeting deadlines
- Able to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing
- Self-motivated, curious, and pro-active approach to work
- Strong team player as well as the ability to work independently
- Willing to challenge current processes and practices with a view for improvement.