The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Actuary 3 in our Rates & Forms Division. This position contributes to OIC goals of protecting consumers, maintaining a healthy insurance climate, and improving customer service by leading and overseeing the OIC's Property and Casualty Actuarial Services Unit, supervising and directing property and casualty actuarial staff in their review of rate filings, their work on the actuarial aspects of financial exams, and their handling of other actuarial matters. This position also serves as the OIC's Lead Property and Casualty Actuary.
As the Lead Property and Casualty Actuary, duties of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Leads and oversees the Property and Casualty Actuarial Services Unit.
Provides Property and Casualty actuarial resources to the Rates and Forms Division.
Provides Property and Casualty actuarial resources to the Company Supervision Division.
Oversees the Property and Casualty rate filing review and approval process.
Oversees actuarial work on Property and Casualty financial examinations.
Supervises and directs Property and Casualty Actuarial staff.
Represents Washington at meetings and conference calls of the Casualty Actuarial and Statistical (C) Task Force and its subgroups, and the Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee and some of its workgroups.
May attend national meetings of the NAIC.
Provides actuarial expertise to the discussion, drafting and review of legislation, regulations and other technical guidelines.
7 years of Property and Casualty experience.
Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society.
10 years of Property and Casualty Experience
Familiarity with insurance regulatory issues and requirements.
Experience supervising actuarial staff.
Experience serving in a lead role for Property and Casualty insurance.
The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) operates under the direction of the state's Insurance Commissioner, a statewide elected official. The agency's mission is to provide consumer protection and regulation of the state's insurance industry. With a workforce of approximately 240 employees, we are one of the smaller state agencies in Washington state government and are fortunate to have a s...table funding source that does not rely on the state's general fund.
The OIC values its employees and diversity in the workplace. We challenge our employees to continuously improve the way we do business, and to meet and exceed the needs of our customers. To learn more about this agency, we invite you to visit our website at www.insurance.wa.gov.