Actuarial Associate/Analyst - Pension

Location: Houston, TX
Job Number: 2954

Company Highlights

  • A premier independent provider of actuarial and risk management services to the insurance industry and self-insured organizations worldwide. Their groundbreaking work in employee benefits and financial risk management has led to significant innovations in retirement planning.
  • For over 70 years, this company has expanded their capabilities to include enterprise risk management, retirement plan administration, predictive analytics, healthcare efficiency, and a range of other consulting and technology solutions.
  • The company built a solid foundation on inclusive innovation by working together with the best from all over the world and realizing the variety and uniqueness in everyone truly makes them a stronger organization.
  • This firm has been awarded Insurance ERM Americas Awards. The awards recognize enterprise risk management leaders in the Americas.

Benefits and Features

  • Industry-Leading Compensation Package
  • Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts for dependent care, transportation, medical expenses
  • 401(k) with company match and Profit Sharing
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Voluntary benefit opportunities
  • Employee Engagement Program
  • Actuarial Exams Program

Your Role with the Company

  • The Actuarial Associate/Analyst provides employee retirement benefit services to clients under the guidance of actuaries.
  • This role supports the consulting actuaries and other members of the team.
  • The Actuarial Associate/Analyst will play a role in managing client relationships while also handling basic administrative tasks and routine projects.

Community Highlights

  • The Actuarial Associate/Analyst role is based in the Houston office.
  • Houston offers all the perks of metropolitan life including sports, entertainment, arts, culture, and major transportation.
  • Best of all, Texas has no income tax.

Background Profile

  • 3+ years’ experience in pension valuations including OPEB and single-employer DB plans.
  • Strong technical skills, IRS funding valuations, (calculations required under PPA, funding, and accounting rules), preparing government forms, valuation data preparation, etc.
  • Two actuarial exams, minimum
  • Working toward becoming Enrolled Actuary or ASA
  • Bachelor’s Degree required