The enterprise Life & Health Actuary Consultant II job is responsible for executing projects in support of pricing/reserving insurance business utilizing accepted actuarial and statistical standards, as well as methodologies and knowledge gained through on the job training. This role works closely with management and key business partners to execute appropriate pricing, modeling and product strategies of low to moderate complexity to support business goals.
- Uses best practices, with limited coaching, to perform basic to moderately complex analysis, using traditional actuarial, statistical and/or predictive modeling techniques, including proper documentation and evaluation, to provide insights and meet business needs
- Communicates analysis results to management and non-technical users, making recommendations and providing support for assumptions and methodologies
- Manages, and/or contributes on projects that are moderate complexity and are of moderate scale using accepted project management standards, with limited guidance
- With limited coaching, reviews and ensures quality of data used to perform actuarial and statistical services within multiple tools/applications
- Leverages understanding of insurance business, products, markets and regulatory environments in the creation of business strategies and decisions, building expertise within a specialized area
This job does not have supervisory responsibilitiesPreferred Qualifications:
Education and Experience
- Bachelor's degree required - preferably in related field of study such as actuarial science, math/applied math, statistics/applied statistics
- 2-4 years of experience, one or more years of life and health pricing/reserving/modeling experience
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
- Must be pursuing actuarial designation
- Knowledge in the use and ability to learn a wide variety of tools, data sources and computer applications
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Experience in using and modifying predictive models as well as adapting them to unique situations
- Ability to code in one or more programming languages and manipulate large data sets
- Basic product, price, risk management and insurance regulation knowledge, including professional standards of actuarial/statistical techniques
- Ability to complete multiple concurrent assignments in a timely manner, with limited guidance
- Work effectively in a team environment
National General Holdings Corp. is an Equal Opportunity (EO) employer - Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of any characteristic protected by law. Candidates must possess authorization to work in the United States, as it is not our practice to sponsor individuals for work visas.
In the event you need assistance or accommodation in completing your online application, please contact NGIC main office by phone at (336) 435-2000.
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