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Position: Associate Actuary
Institution: Milliman, Inc.
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
Duties: Complete actuarial assignments with a focus on delivering high-quality analysis and outputs within the proposed deadline, including but not limited to: complete all project work and analysis as assigned; draft portions of client reports for review by others; participate in client conference calls or onsite visits; update the Principal, Consulting Actuary, or Consultant on the status of project deadlines or results; communicate with peers at client office to complete assigned tasks; manage individual deadlines to ensure commitments are met to the client’s satisfaction; and review the work products of other staff members to ensure quality and accuracy, depending on signature authority
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics, or another quantitative STEM field; Two years of experience in the same or similar role in the life and annuity industry; Two years of experience in quantitative and actuarial analysis; Designation of Associateship in the Society of Actuary (ASA); Willingness to engage in domestic travel 10-30 percent of the time
   
Text: Skip to main content Toggle navigation Find Opportunities U.S. English British English Deutsch Español Français canadien Português do Brasil U.S. English 简体中文 Sign In Associate Actuary Job Category : Actuarial Requisition Number : ASSOC005154 Apply now Posting Details Posted : November 29, 2021 Full-Time Salary : $ 0 USD per year Locations Showing 1 location 01-Seattle 1301 Fifth Ave Ste. 3800 Seattle, WA 981012635, USA 01-Seattle 1301 Fifth Ave Ste. 3800 Seattle, WA 981012635, USA 0 more less Job Details Description JOB DUTIES: Complete actuarial assignments with a focus on delivering high-quality analysis and outputs within the proposed deadline, including but not limited to: complete all project work and analysis as assigned; draft portions of client reports for review by others; participate in client conference calls or onsite visits; update the Principal, Consulting Actuary, or Consultant on the status of project deadlines or results; communicate with peers at client office to complete assigned tasks; manage individual deadlines to ensure commitments are met to the client’s satisfaction; and review the work products of other staff members to ensure quality and accuracy, depending on signature authority. Participate in research and development projects to establish the Practice as a thought leader in the industry, including but not limited to: complete continuing education, including passing exams for Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA designation); assist others in writing white papers or articles on industry-related topics and trends; and present at industry, firm or professional association events. Participate in business development activities, under the direction of a Principal or Consultant, to increase revenue for the practice through new and existing clients, including but not limited to: maintain strong relationships with existing clients; and attend client and prospect visits. Complete all assignments needed to maintain the administrative work associated with running a successful practice, including but not limited to: complete expense reports; submit timesheets on a weekly basis; respond to internal emails and communication; and complete essential, but non-billable assignments, as requested. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics, or another quantitative STEM field Two years of experience in the same or similar role in the life and annuity industry Two years of experience in quantitative and actuarial analysis Designation of Associateship in the Society of Actuary (ASA) Willingness to engage in domestic travel 10-30 percent of the time Requirements may have been gained concurrently. Qualifications Skills Behaviors : Motivations : Education Experience Licenses & Certifications Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c) Current Openings You are using an unsupported browser. To use this site, please use a supported browser. Download Firefox Download Chrome Download Internet Explorer
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