Actuarial Analyst (PART TIME)
Position: Actuarial Analyst, part-time
Location: Whitehouse Station, NJ
Worksite Arrangement: In office Tuesday-Thursday
Contract role 6 months
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Avenica is currently hiring for an Actuarial Analyst position. The ideal candidate will be responsible for providing reporting and ultimate loss projections for current and prior-year claims catastrophes.
Responsibilities of the Actuarial Analyst:
- Pull, transform, and reconcile an updated historical dataset
- Using the historical dataset, select factors and measures by event type and other attributes
- Develop solutions to current challenges with the process
- Build additional capabilities to address gaps in the process
- Perform testing and validation to ensure the updated process works well
- Document and communicate updates and changes to the process and their impact
Requirements of the Actuarial Analyst:
- Bachelor degree is required
- Must be legally authorized to work for any employer in the US; Avenica is unable to provide sponsorship at this times
- CAS or ACAS credential
- 5+ years of experience in property/casualty actuarial disciplines
- Fully Proficiency in Excel and working knowledge of VBA (Visual Basic Application).
- Proficiency in SQL server; Working knowledge of R or Python is a plus
Upon completing the application, you will be prompted to complete our HAALO assessment. HAALO is simply a way for us to understand your preferences, behaviors, and work styles. The assessment is a required step to complete this application.
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