Actuarial Analyst (200528)
- Location: Gloucester
- Duration: Permanent
- Working hours: 35 hours a week, Monday to Friday
- Application end date: 15/07/22
About the role
Ecclesiastical Insurance are looking for an Actuarial Graduate to work in the Group Capital Team, helping develop, test and use our Group Internal Model to calculate the regulatory and internal capital requirements and support the business decision making process. The role offers a strong Actuarial Study Support package, as well as a commitment to actuarial rotation into other teams (Actuarial Pricing and Group Reserving).
The main focus of the role will be to support the Group Capital Team in developing, testing and using the Internal Model. This includes support in successfully delivering the team’s objectives, including quarterly regulatory and internal capital requirements, and high priority model uses (e.g. reinsurance strategy).
More generally the accountabilities would include:
- Undertaking core actuarial analysis and reporting, producing accurate work within set deadlines.
- Contributing to actuarial projects, developing & applying appropriate methodologies.
- Undertaking analyses as directed to provide impactful insights into relevant aspects of the business.
- Communicating effectively both within the actuarial department and across the wider business.
- Pro-actively learning and applying actuarial concepts and methodologies and improving industry knowledge.
- Keeping abreast of current and emerging technical standards and best practice.
- Carrying out relevant data gathering/validation exercises to meet the on-going business needs
Knowledge, skills and experience:
- Excellent analytical & mathematical skills
- Effective communication skills, with proven ability to build effective relationships.
- Strong IT skills.
- A strong track record of personal success as well as academic achievement.
- Some work/placement experience undertaking work with an analytical focus would be desirable.
- Degree or equivalent in statistics, actuarial studies, computing, mathematics
- A track record of success and achievement in education.
- Exemptions to previous actuarial exam passes are beneficial although not essential.