- Proven experience in exercising good judgment, problem-solving skills, time management skills.
- Proven strong analytical skills, including demonstrated experience identifying and quantifying problems and providing effective resolutions.
- Demonstrated experience setting professional goals and successfully implementing and achieving those goals.
- Cite examples of working independently and as part of a team.
- Bachelor’s degree in mathematics or related field.
- Successful completion of at least one Society of Actuaries examination.
Computer Skills and Knowledge of Hardware & Software Required:
- Proficient in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications.
- Commitment to learn actuarial software packages such as those used for valuation (ARCVal), experience studies (ARCBase) and/or pricing and projections (MG-ALFA.)
- Commitment to learn the companies’ policy administrative systems: how they work and how to extract data from them.
Certifications & Licenses (i.e. Series 6 & 63, CPA, etc.):
- Actively pursue FSA designation by attempting a Society of Actuaries exam at each sitting.
- Passes at least 50% of the exams attempted.
- Adheres to all other Actuarial Exam and other Administrative rules.
- Extended hours required during peak workloads or special projects.
- Balances work demands with the need to pass actuarial exams, which requires intense mental focus and approximately 300 hours of study time in a four-month period, with two such periods each year.