Actuarial Analyst or Actuarial Consultant
US-WI-Milwaukee | US-PA-Mechanicsburg | US-WI-Madison | US-CO-Greenwood Village | US-WI-Merrill
**This is a hybrid position and offers the opportunity to work 50% of time remotely and 50% of time in the office.
Research, develop, and analyze advanced actuarial knowledge, data, and information related to corporate actuarial, ratemaking, large account pricing, and/or predictive modeling to support the growth and profitability objectives of the company while following generally accepted actuarial standards of practice. May provide training to other actuarial team members.
We are hiring for either an Actuarial Analyst or Actuarial Consultant which will be dependent on experience.
Conduct analyses that adhere to actuarial standards of practice.
- Analyze business unit performance that relates to profit and/or growth objectives.
- Act as lead for assigned research projects.
- Improve and/or build basic models.
- Evaluate alternative methods for solving problems along with considering new methods for various situations.
- Develop relationships within and outside the Actuarial unit and leverage relationships to achieve business results.
- Prepare memos, documents, letters, and emails.
- Troubleshoot and detect errors in the current work tools and processes.
- Identify statistical/source data requirements as the basis for completing actuarial work.
- Train new employees on standard work processes.
- Participate in technical peer reviews.
- Document assumptions, methods, sources, and considerations and organize work documents.
- Bachelor's degree in related field preferred. May consider equivalent experience in lieu of a degree. Participation in actuarial exam program is desirable.
- Typically four or more years of actuarial experience is required in the property/casualty insurance industry.
- Proficient in the use of standard and more advanced actuarial methodologies.
- Proficient in the existing work tools and processes and the associated underlying details.
- Effectively communicates actuarial work using the appropriate level of technical terms for the given audience from both actuarial and non-actuarial areas.
- Demonstrates ability to be influential and negotiate desired outcomes.
- Understands insurance products along with the coverage differences and associated terminology. Displays command of the legal/regulatory requirements in work products.
- Able to lead projects and coordinate with others as needed.
- Demonstrates ability to share knowledge and train others.
Church Mutual Insurance Company is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
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