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Strategy & Value Management Actuary

Date Posted
18th May 2016
General Insurance
Job Type
Excellent Benefits
£55,000 to £65,000 Per Annum

Job Description

We are currently recruiting for a Strategy and Value Management Actuary to work within the Strategy and Value Management team to support analysis of commercial aspects of change, and oversight of projects, and assessment of Regulatory impacts on the Heritage business unit.

The duties and responsibilities of the Strategy and Value Management Actuary will include but not be limited to:

  • Manage the production of actuarial insight, following existing processes and using limited actuarial experience and judgement, ensuring results are delivered on time and are subject to management review. Taking oversight for key sub-processes and working with a degree of autonomy.
  • Develop, maintain and update relevant process, models and spreadsheets with management guidance. Working independently in area of expertise and taking responsibility to ensure own work is appropriately reviewed.
  • Contribute to the business by providing actuarial input and wider business understanding to business projects, ensuring financial implications are understood and supporting a commercial view.
  • Respond to business queries to support commercial decisions, ensuring sufficient detail and data is obtained to perform analysis and effectively managing relationships with key suppliers.
  • Ensure that work produced conforms to relevant team and Friends Life controls framework and Technical Actuarial Standards. Challenge and improve existing frameworks.
  • Develop own actuarial and industry knowledge to support the development of the business via a combination of on-the-job training, rotation to different actuarial roles, internal and external technical training.
  • Complete Actuarial CPD requirements.

The successful candidate will be a Part Qualified or Fully Qualified Actuary, with a highly analytical mind-set capable of processing and interpreting large volumes of financial data. You will be able to provide insightful analysis and commentary based on financial data, and present this to non-finance professionals in order to influence their decision making. You will have excellent communication and relationship management skills, as you will need to build relationships with stakeholders across the business to be successful in the role.

 We prefer all applications to be submitted online, however if you require an alternative method of applying please contact Harry Horlock in the Resourcing team on 0207 662 4283