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Part-Qualified Actuary

Date Posted
17th July 2014
Reference
jks
Sector
Life
Job Type
Contract
Location
Manchester
Salary
£500 to £650 Per Day

Job Description Apply: Part-Qualified Actuary

Part/Newly Qualified Actuary

To play a key role in the preparation for Solvency II and the design and implementation of processes and systems to produce Actuarial QRTs for Solvency II Pillar III reporting.  

Part/Newly Qualified Actuary Responsibilities:

Support Actuarial QRTs (i.e. Pillar III quantitative reporting templates in respect of technical provisions, capital requirements and analysis of change) and the associated requirements under Solvency II.
Assist in initial population of Actuarial QRTs as a gap analysis so as to plan out development work to produce QRTs for preparatory & full phase reporting.
Produce specifications and documentation to gain agreement to approach and for the Solvency II documentation library.
Liaise with others in the business (including the modelling, reporting and capital teams) to assist in the implementation of new processes.
Assist the wider Solvency II project progress its overall plans and targets.

Part/Newly Qualified Actuary Skills/experience:

Ability to communicate complex matters to technical and non-technical audiences.
Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines in project orientated manner.
Ability to take innovative approaches based on insightful strategic analysis.
Strong report writing, presentation and analytical skills.
Spreadsheet skills and working knowledge of actuarial modelling systems.

 


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