Are you excited to kick-start or add to your career in Actuarial Science? Do you enjoy auditing, compiling and analyzing data? Have you obtained at least a Bachelor's degree and passed one or more actuarial exams? Do you have programming skills with programs like R, SQL, SAS, and VBA? If so, the WCIRB might be the company for you!
We are looking for a motivated Associate Actuarial Analyst to join our team in Oakland California. If you are interested, please read on.
The Actuarial Analyst is responsible for (1) auditing and compiling data for analysis, (2) performing various analyses, and (3) the development and maintenance of data products and reports.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Collects and compiles aggregate data, and performs thorough editing and verification of both aggregate and individual insured data.
Corresponds verbally, as well as in writing, with WCIRB members and other customers such as the insurance department and governmental agencies.
Interacts and communicates with representatives of other units of the WCIRB on various data-related and operational projects and issues.
Performs various studies of experience by classification.
Performs peer review of other analysts’ work.
Performs actuarial analyses of aggregate data, including producing exhibits to aid in actuarial analyses, production of reports, and presentations.
Assists in the development and maintenance of data products and the fulfillment of data requirements pursuant to statutory and regulatory mandates.
Performs basic actuarial studies.
Aids in actuarial analyses for rate filings.
Supports the Associate Actuary in various projects and assignments for the Actuarial Department.
Education, Experience, and Skill Qualifications:
Educational background (Bachelor’s degree or above) in mathematics, actuarial science, applied statistics, economics, or other relevant area.
Ability to communicate both effectively and professionally, both verbally and in writing.
Strong listening and interpersonal skills.
Proficiency in at least two of the following three areas: mathematics, applied statistics, or programming (in a language such as VBA, SQL, or C++).
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
Completion of at least one Casualty Actuarial Society examination.
The WCIRB (Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California) is a member association providing actuarial, educational, and employer data services to the California workers’ compensation system. We are an outcomes-driven industry leader dedicated to our customers and our employees. We are passionate about the work we do. Based in Oakland, California we offer competitive salary and benefi...ts including medical, dental, and vision insurance, employer matched 401(k) plan, pension, company-wide incentive plan, paid vacation, sick, and holiday time off, and a great office environment!