On a typical assignment, the actuarial analyst would be responsible for:
- Developing spreadsheets
- Inputting and manipulating data
- Performing predictive modeling using GLM and non-linear methods using mostly SAS and R, that support rate analyses
- Preparing and submitting state regulatory filing support
- Checking work for technical accuracy
The nature of the projects will vary widely throughout the year. We do traditional actuarial work such as ratemaking, predictive modeling and reserving, plus a variety of special projects.
- A completed or anticipated college degree in actuarial science, mathematics, data science, statistics, or other quantitative major
- At least one actuarial exam passed
- 0-3 years of experience preferred
- Technically proficient in Excel
- SAS, R or SQL programming experience required
- Experience in property/casualty actuarial ratemaking and/or state regulatory filing a plus
- Predictive modeling experience is helpful but not required
The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:
- Service oriented
- Quick learner
- Team player
- Good with detail
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
At Milliman, we focus on creating an environment that recognizes – and meets – the personal and professional needs of the individual. We offer a competitive benefits package which includes:
- Medical, dental and vision coverage for employees and their families, including eligible domestic partners.
- A 401(k) plan with matching program
- Paid Parental Leave up to 12 weeks
- Profit sharing as a discretionary contribution to employees’ retirement accounts
- Paid Time Off (PTO) starts accruing on the first day of work and can be used for any reason.
- Adoption assistance
- Milliman covers 100% of the premiums for life insurance, AD&D, and both short term and long term disability coverage
- Flexible spending accounts allow employees to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for dependent care, transportation and applicable medical needs
Milliman is a firm of consultants and actuaries serving the full spectrum of business, governmental and financial organizations. This position will be located in one of Milliman’s US offices. The San Francisco office is preferred, but other offices will be considered. The San Francisco office houses one of the largest casualty actuarial consulting practices on the West Coast. Our San Francisco office is located in the Financial District, an easy walk from BART and most commuter bus lines. We have a great view of Alcatraz Island and the Marin coast.
The base salary for the position will vary with the candidate’s qualifications and experience. In addition, we offer a significant performance-based bonus plan, profit sharing, and generous benefits. We also offer a full study program for actuarial students.
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