We are recruiting for an Actuarial Analyst to join the Retirement Practice in the New York Region. This position affords an immediate opportunity to apply analytical, problem-solving, communication and technology skills contributing to the development of solutions to challenging client issues. The Actuarial Analyst will have access to and work under the guidance and mentoring of talented senior level staff and will work independently and on teams to deliver consulting services to a broad and diverse range of defined benefit clients. The Actuarial Analyst will be encouraged to engage in continual learning and development activities with the goal to advance to higher level positions, and will be supported in pursing progress toward actuarial accreditation through our competitive exam program and policy.
This position is responsible for the completion of actuarial valuations for multiemployer pension plans, retiree health plans and other actuarial projects under the supervision of experienced actuaries. Projects will include completion of both valuation-related activities and addressing numerous special and emerging retirement plan issues posed by client organizations. Specific responsibilities include (but will not be limited to) researching and gathering information; reviewing and analyzing work products; providing input to the development of solutions; creating and updating valuation programs and spreadsheet applications; and preparation of reports and government filings. In addition, the Actuarial Analyst must work with the enrolled actuary and consultant to ensure effective presentation of results to clients.
The position is open to an entry-level actuarial candidate with little to no experience and one exam up to someone with 2 years of relevant experience and at least 3 exams. The qualified candidate must have: a minimum of an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science or related discipline; an intent to attain actuarial accreditation; relevant computer and software skills (thorough familiarity with Microsoft Office applications; programming knowledge beneficial); task management skills; detail orientation and organizational and analytical skills; demonstrated communication (verbal/written) and interpersonal skills with ability to interact effectively with a diverse audience and to work independently with a strong work ethic. One to two years of pension plan actuarial experience within a consulting firm is a plus.
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