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Location: Cincinnati, OH
Job Number: 3030

Company Highlights

  • For over 70 years, this company has been a leader in proving Property and Casualty Insurance.
  • Actively markets a wide range of P&C insurance products across 45 states and the District of Columbia
  • Received an A+ rating from AM Best and the Better Business Bureau (BBB)

Benefits and Features

  • Health Benefits Program for full-time employees – health, prescription, vision, and dental insurance plans
  • 401K benefits – 6% match
  • Stock ownership/Stock aware program
  • Competitive PTO, sick days, 6 paid holidays
  • Company-subsidized lunch programs; breakfast; vending options
  • Four company vacation condominiums in FL for top-performing associates
  • On-site fitness classes and seminars, Weight Watchers discounts, and discounts on participating fitness centers
  • On-site nurses
  • Additional discount program with participating local/national vendors
  • Continuing education, career guidance and mentorship programs
  • Free on-site parking

The Role You will Play

  • Design processes for accurate statistical data, other information for further analysis, production of clearly-labeled charts, tables and reports that explain calculations and proposals.
  • Conducting sound actuarial analyses.
  • Assist in the development of effective inter-departmental presentations.

Community Highlights

  • The role is based with the team in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Cincinnati boasts exceptional sports and recreational activities including a massive park system, over 40 breweries, and a thriving food scene.
  • This area offers a lower commute time than national average as well as an overall lower cost of living at 15.4% lower than the US average.

Background Profile

  • Bachelors degree in Actuarial Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics , or related field.
  • Member in the Casualty Actuarial Society, or equivalent knowledge gain through experience.
  • Strong computer and communication skills.
  • Specialized math knowledge (calculus, statistics, probability) as well as basic, intermediate, and select advanced actuarial methods.
  • Detailed knowledge of insurance converges and company operations.