Language: Bilingualism in English and French is an asset.
There are multiple positions available in both personal and commercial lines. The level of position will be determined by the candidate’s skills, experience and completion of exams.
As an Actuarial Analyst II you are a key player to support corporate, pricing or research and development initiatives. You will work collaboratively with actuarial teams and business partners to support actuarial projects to ensure the profitability of property and casualty (P&C) lines of business.
What you’re responsible for:
Supporting rate change projects, reserve and (DCAT) analysis and various actuarial models.
Working with various databases, programming languages and modeling softwares to contribute to Actuarial strategic objectives.
Communicating basic actuarial concepts to business partners and maintaining documentation of key actuarial functions.
Improving existing actuarial practices and procedures in alignment with emerging trends and best practices in the insurance industry and actuarial landscape.
Upholding professional ethics, values, procedures and policies that support organizational and professional standards.
What to expect:
Detail oriented work that requires a high degree of mental concentration for extended periods of time.
To be successful:
You have an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies and ability to influence change, with a primary focus on client needs.
You use critical thinking skills to recognize assumptions, evaluate arguments, draw conclusions and proactively propose solutions.
You have strong communication skills to clearly convey messages and explore diverse points of view.
You build trusting relationships and provide guidance to support the development of colleagues.
To join our team:
You have a post-secondary degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science.
You have experience supporting Actuarial projects and/or completing reserve analysis and reporting.
You have successfully completed two Actuarial exams and are actively working towards your Associate Casualty Actuarial Society (ACAS) or Fellow Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS) designation.
You have basic knowledge of SAS, SQL, modeling softwares and programming languages.
Having two years of experience in the property and casualty actuarial field is an asset.
What we offer:
Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers.
Flexible work options and paid time off to support your personal and family needs.
A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture.
Paid volunteer days to give back to your community.
A comprehensive total rewards package, including competitive salary, bonus, pension and benefits.