Health Consulting Actuary
Location: Charlotte, NC
Job Number: 3618
- Actuarial firm with approximately 100 employees and multiple office locations nationwide.
- They are a rapidly growing employee-owned actuarial and financial consulting firm focused on providing health and pension actuarial consulting services.
- With a mission to empower benefit plan sponsors to understand and better manage their benefit programs and their resulting financial risks, this firm offers innovative technological applications and unsurpassed professional expertise.
- Leadership focuses not only on clients, but employees as well. They offer true work-life balance along with the unique ability to adjust work assignments to enable employees to have favorable client roles and opportunities and to continue optimal career growth.
Benefits and Features
- Salary with bonus opportunities
- Medical and dental insurance
- 401(k) Profit Sharing; Group life, accidental death/dismemberment, and disability benefits
- Paid time off
The Role You will Play
- The Health Consulting Actuary will provide health care consulting services to multiemployer, private, and public sector clients.
- With primary focus on providing consulting services and managing clients, this role will review actuarial results and health care work.
- The Consulting Actuary will present actuarial health results to clients in a clear and easy to understand manner in order to help clients solve challenging problems.
- In addition, this role will participate in developing new business.
- In this role, you will have excellent future growth prospects to be or become the lead consultant for several existing Health clients and develop into a health expert.
- This role can be based within the following states Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Illinois, and California.
- Travel for client meetings required.
- 10+ years of health actuarial consulting experience
- Expertise in managing all aspects of multiemployer, private, and/or public sector active health and welfare plans (e.g., cash flow projections, benefit change pricing, business partner selection, and negotiations, etc.)
- Strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate complex actuarial issues clearly and concisely to a non-technical audience
- Exceptional leadership skills
- FSA required
- Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year college or university