The Senior Actuarial Associate is responsible for taking the lead on actuarial, SOX, accounting, and finance deliverables prepared by Kaiser Permanente’s Property & Casualty actuarial team.
By managing the workflow in a fast-paced environment, the Senior Actuarial Associate will assure that the property and casualty actuarial team is in compliance with: 1) Kaiser SOX requirements, 2) actuarial standards of practice, and 3) regional/jurisdictional statutory requirements, while meeting all of our stakeholders’ timelines.
• Lead a staff of one or more technical analysts (programmer, actuarial student, financial analyst). Each analyst may have an advanced degree and/or actuarial designation and will likely be considered an expert in his/her respective field.
• Function as a project manager for all finance related Corporate Risk Management deliverables.
• Build, automate, and maintain quarterly accrual schedules that provide regional SIR loss accruals tied to published actuarial reports.
• Build basic actuarial models for loss reserving, premium and capital allocation, excess loss estimation, cash flow forecasting, and other insurance related financial analyses.
• Work with subject matter experts within Kaiser and outside consulting firms to build complex financial and statistical models for analyzing property and casualty risk across the organization.
• Define the scope, take the lead, and assure completion of projects initiated by Corporate Risk Management that require the participation of cross-functional team members.
• Provide rigorous technical accuracy checks of data and formulas in the actuarial and financial models produced by others in Corporate Risk Management.
• Serve as the Corporate Risk Management representative on multiple cross-functional teams.
• Lead cross-functional meetings where our work product is being presented to stakeholders.
• Publish regular and ad hoc management information reports, research studies, benchmarking studies, and other technical communications, tailored for a non-technical audience.
• Travel occasionally to regional offices for outreach/education/stewardship.
Must be qualified to render a statement of actuarial opinion for P&C liabilities.
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