Oliver James Associates

Actuarial Manager - Solvency II, Capital Management

6 days left

Location
South West England
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
29 Sep 2017
Closes
29 Oct 2017
Ref
CARM2809
Contact
Chris Armstrong
Contract Type
Interim, contract & temp
Hours
Full Time

Oliver James Associates are working with a leading Life Insurance provider. The business is looking for a senior life actuary with unit-linked experience to support with the development of actuarial processes required by a Finance change project. The role will involve oversight of the capital optimisation team.

Location: South West or Scotland

Rate: £700-£850/day (The business will take rate into account when considering applications)

Duration: 3 to 6 months

Start: ASAP (Oct/Nov)

Role

To oversee the development of actuarial processes within the Unit-linked business area.

  • Analyse end to end processes including the sourcing and timing of data flows and systems interactions.
  • Assess the impact of proposed changes to existing process identifying new or revised requirements, e.g. for data.
  • Assist in the preparation of requirements definitions, process designs and system specifications to deliver the changes

Key Knowledge/Skills

  • Qualified Life actuary (or Equivalent experience)
  • Solvency II experience
  • Capital management/optimisation
  • Strong analytical skills, Process Audit experience would be advantageous
  • Strong stakeholder management.

Please apply now or contact Chris Armstrong with a copy of your CV at Chris.Armstrong@OJassociates.com.

Oliver James Associates specialise in permanent and contract recruitment across the Actuarial market and look forward to your application.

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