Manager, Corporate Actuarial
Location: Remote, USA
Job Number: 3551
- This firm is creating an innovative environment where employees belong authentically, contribute meaningfully, and thrive intentionally — both personally and professionally.
- They create innovative insurance products, technology solutions and services to support key stakeholders – improving the health and safety of the people and places they serve.
- They are inspired to create, to challenge the status quo, to think not just about what their customers need now, but what they will need in the future.
- Their team of actuaries, data scientists, and data engineers all together as a strong, cohesive unit.
Benefits and Features
- Competitive 6-figure compensation
- Full Benefits package
The Role You Will Play
- The Manager, Corporate Actuarial is responsible for managing the Corporate Actuarial function within the Corporate Risk Department.
- This role is responsible for the development and management of the strategic pricing architecture for non-insurance products and services. This includes overall pricing and ensuring that the pricing strategies are actuarially sound and aligned with the strategic goals and incentives.
- In addition, the Manager, Corporate Actuarial will assist with forecast development by providing peer review and promoting alignment around communication of key trends, expenses, risks, and opportunities.
- This role is entrusted with determining appropriate types of analysis, then designing and preparing exhibits and other business analyses requiring a technical solution for executive leadership.
- This role can work remotely.
- 7 years relevant actuarial, business, analytics, or finance
- 3 years of leadership including direct management or supervisory
- Advanced knowledge of actuarial principles and practices, including reinsurance, reserving and ratemaking, financial reporting, underwriting and marketing guidelines and claims practices
- Working knowledge of capital management and modeling techniques and software
- Certification or progress toward certification is highly preferred and encouraged
- Bachelor’s degree in actuarial science, mathematics, finance, or a related area required
- ASA or ACAS