Senior Actuarial Analyst

Senior Actuarial Analyst



Under limited supervision, responsible for developing loss costs and other rating plans based on moderately complex actuarial and quantitative analyses.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform market research on industry benchmarks and current events
  • Analyze data to perform research and analyses in developing loss costs and other rating factors for new or existing products
  • Communicate status of current projects within actuarial team and participate in demos for stakeholders
  • Perform countrywide loss cost reviews for a line of business, analyzing assigned rating components, providing support and recommendations through collaboration with more senior actuaries and business partners
  • Work collaboratively to share insights and knowledge within the actuarial department and other functional areas.
  • Execute actuarial test plans and document results
  • Utilize actuarial techniques and applicable analytic tools to improve and innovate ways of analyzing data
  • Participate in development of business recommendations and analysis of strategies
  • Lead projects within Actuarial Services (i.e. conduct R&D on a new data source, test out a different actuarial methodology or technique, or handle compliance issues with actuarial impact)
  • Abide by AAIS Actuarial Policies & Procedures
  • Participate in and abide by the AAIS Actuarial Development Program while actively pursuing ACAS/FCAS credentials


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Perform complex analytical work under limited supervision
  • Strong intellectual curiosity to continually advance actuarial knowledge and skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate with clarity and effectiveness across the business.
  • Multi-faceted problem-solving abilities – comfortable with learning and using new data procedure, techniques and analytic tools.
  • Effective time management skills and adherence to deadlines.
  • Ability to learn additional tools that aid actuarial work (e.g., SQL, catastrophe modeling software, RStudio, Python, SAS, etc.). 
  • Strong initiative, flexibility, and ability to embrace and drive change.



  • Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, actuarial science, statistics, or other relevant fields.
  • 4-8 years of insurance experience and 4-6 CAS actuarial exams.
  • Strong technical skills in Excel; proficiency in VBA, SAS, SQL or other database management languages strongly preferred.
  • May provide direction to trainees/interns and/or technical assistance for projects
  • Predictive modeling experience advantageous


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