Pub et emplois
 
 

Banque d’emplois actuariels en ligne

L’Institut se voue à aider ses membres à progresser dans leur carrière et à établir un contact entre les employeurs et les candidats à l’emploi de premier ordre. Cherchez-vous à faire progresser votre carrière? La banque d’emplois actuariels en ligne de l’ICA réunit les employeurs de premier rang et les cabinets de recherche qui reconnaissent la valeur et la réflexion stratégique qu’apportent les professionnels actuariels auprès de leur équipe de direction. Cherchez ici votre prochain rôle au sein des entreprises et des cabinets de recherche de premier rang.

Les annonces classées ci-après apparaissent telles que fournies par les annonceurs.

  • Actuary – Fellow (FCIA or FCAS) – ICBC – North Vancouver, BC


    A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. Make the most of your skills and take the opportunity to grow and develop your career. You can expect a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a challenging work environment. Drive your career with us.

     

    ICBC is committed to being an inclusive employer, one that reflects the diversity of the people and communities of British Columbia.

     

    Position Title: Actuary – Fellow (FCIA or FCAS)
    Location: North Vancouver
    Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

     

    ICBC is one of BC’s largest corporations and one of Canada’s largest property and casualty (P&C) insurers with annual earned premiums of $4.4 billion and $16.7 billion in assets.

     

    Our Corporate Actuarial department is responsible for the core actuarial processes for the Corporation. We analyze claims data and other relevant factors to identify future claims trends, estimate IBNR and ULAE reserves, and support financial reporting (e.g. discounting of unpaid claims, and DPAC).  We also undertake risk modeling to regularly assess the corporation’s capital requirements. 

     

    We currently have an opportunity for an actuary to join our team.  As an actuary, you will apply your well-developed technical skills on a team within Corporate Actuarial to further ICBC’s corporate strategies of maintaining financial stability and promoting operational excellence.  You will have the opportunity to analyze loss data to determine appropriateness of ICBC’s reserves and identify trends.  Working within a small team, you will use your experience and expertise to provide mentorship for actuarial analysts.  You will also have potential for rotation within the Corporate Actuarial department (i.e. financial reporting and risk modeling), or in the Insurance Pricing area.  Other duties may also be available depending on the successful candidate’s training and experience.  Progression towards a management position is also a possibility.

     

    The successful candidate will have several years’ experience as a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries or the Casualty Actuarial Society (or an equivalent actuarial designation), working in property and casualty insurance.  Recent experience in automobile insurance would be an advantage.

     

    Additional requirements include:

    • A strong knowledge of actuarial principles and current practices

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills complemented by solid analytical skills and critical thinking

    • Advanced knowledge of MS Excel will be required while exposure to Visual Basic, SQL, and Tableau are considered assets

     

    To submit your application, please visit www.icbc.com.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-08-15 Expires: 2018-09-14

     

  • Senior Actuarial Analyst – Commercial Lines Pricing – RSA


    Position Type:  Full Time
    Location:  18 York Street   Toronto, Ontario

     

    Keeping You Moving

     

    RSA is one of the world’s leading multinational insurance groups with over 300 years of experience and over 20 million customers worldwide.

     

    Our people are committed to building a dynamic internal culture where our people love what they do and feel motivated to keep things moving – for customers, for their colleagues and as part of their own growth and development.

     

    In RSA, employing people with a ‘winning mindset’ is how we achieve success. You will be working in an environment that encourages you to do great work and you constantly will be faced with fresh challenges that have a direct impact on our business. We believe your personality and passion will keep RSA and our business moving forward.

    At RSA we have a culture that supports and rewards high performance with a competitive reward policy for top performers.  Our rewards package includes competitive compensation, work / life balance, opportunities to learn and the chance to make a difference working for a worldwide industry leader.  Also RSA’s BWOW (Better Ways of Working) provides everyone with the flexibility of working where it best suits your needs – Downtown Toronto, Mississauga or Richmond Hill (and even from home).

     

    Position Overview:

     

    The Senior Actuarial Analyst will be a part of the commercial pricing team. You will conduct actuarial and statistical analyses and work with the business to support RSA’s pricing strategy. You will spend the majority of your time participating in activities such as gathering and validating data, building and updating various models, interpreting results, and recommending rate changes. You will have strong working relationships with many others in the business and across the Commercial Lines Team.

     

    Who you are:

     

    Your enthusiasm is infectious. You challenge the status quo.  You find solutions to problems.  You go the extra mile to exceed customers’ expectations.  You get things done the right way.  You represent our brand with passion and pride.  You are a team player.  You have fun and make work fun for those working around you.

     

    What you will achieve in this role:

     

    • Develop new predictive models and incorporate machine learning techniques to be used for pricing and underwriting
    • Create new and improve existing analytical tools and models;
    • Contribute to proposals for new and innovative approaches for pricing, underwriting, and product design based on statistical analyses, a solid understanding of P&C insurance products, and awareness of RSA business strategy;
    • Collaborate with the team by providing guidance and training on implications and interpretation of analyses;
    • Update pricing assumptions used in rate indications, produce indicated overall rate level changes;
    • Continuously evolve the company’s rating plans to identify gaps and propose changes to improve pricing sophistication;
    • Increase business and technical knowledge through frequent liaison and collaboration with colleagues in the business and actuaries in other units
    • Peer review actuarial and statistical work conducted by others

    What you bring to this role:

     

    • University degree in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics, or related field;
    • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience; insurance and/or pricing knowledge, experience in P&C industry with commercial pricing experience is preferred
    • Strong technical knowledge in pricing and predictive modeling;
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability to effectively collaborate with multi-disciplinary groups and all organizational levels
    • Excellent computer skills (including Microsoft Office) and programming proficiency (e.g., SAS, VBA, SQL, R);
    • Ability and willingness to maintain knowledge and skills through efforts during and outside of work hours with an emphasis on continuous learning about new technical developments as well as leadership techniques;
    • Excellent analytical, organizational, problem-solving, communication and interpersonal skills;
    • Works effectively in a team environment

     

    We invite you to learn more about us at our Career Site, www.rsagroup.ca, where you can apply on line.

    RSA values diversity.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-08-14 Expires: 2018-09-13


  • Data Analyst – ICBC – North Vancouver, BC


    A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. Make the most of your skills and take the opportunity to grow and develop your career. You can expect a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a challenging work environment. Drive your career with us.

     

    ICBC is committed to being an inclusive employer, one that reflects the diversity of the people and communities of British Columbia.

     

    Position Title: Data Analyst
    Location: North Vancouver
    Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time

     

    Position Highlights

     

    We currently have an opportunity for a Data Analyst to join our insurance pricing and regulatory affairs team. On a rotational basis, you will have responsibility for analyzing future trends in policy growth and premium, assessing the actuarial rate indications, and drafting revenue requirement applications to our regulators. Other duties may also be assigned depending on the successful candidate’s training and experience.

     

    Position Requirements

     

    You have a post-secondary degree and a solid knowledge of statistical and quantitative business analysis along with 3+ years' related working experience. Although not a requirement, working experience in the insurance industry or successful completion of two or more actuarial exams are considered assets.

     

    Known for being a team player, your excellent verbal and written communication skills will be complemented by a solid analytical skills and critical thinking. Advanced knowledge of MS Excel and SQL are required, while exposure to R or other programming language would be considered an asset.

     

    Please submit your application directly online by following the URL link below:

     

    https://bit.ly/2vforPs

     

    Date affichée : 2018-08-01 Date d'expiration : 2018-08-31


  • Actuarial Analyst – ICBC – North Vancouver, BC


    A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. Make the most of your skills and take the opportunity to grow and develop your career. You can expect a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and a challenging work environment. Drive your career with us.

     

    ICBC is committed to being an inclusive employer, one that reflects the diversity of the people and communities of British Columbia.

     

    Position Title: Actuarial Analyst
    Location: North Vancouver
    Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time

     

    Position Highlights

     

    We currently have an opportunity for an Actuarial Analyst to join our insurance pricing and regulatory affairs team. On a rotational basis you will have responsibility for analyzing future trends in policy growth and premium, assessing the actuarial rate indications, and drafting revenue requirement applications to our regulators. Other duties may also be assigned depending on the successful candidate’s training and experience.

     

    Position Requirements

     

    You have a post-secondary degree and a solid knowledge of actuarial principles along with 3+ years' experience in a variety of actuarial work areas.  You have completed at least five actuarial exams and are actively pursuing your Fellowship with the CAS. Known for being a team player, your excellent verbal and written communication skills will be complemented by a solid analytical skills and critical thinking. Advanced knowledge of MS Excel and SQL will be required, while exposure to R or other programming language is considered an asset.

     

    Please submit your application directly online by following the URL link below.

     

    https://bit.ly/2LK6H9p

     

    Date affichée : 2018-08-01 Date d'expiration : 2018-08-31


  • Predictive Modeler/Data Scientist/Statistician – ICBC – North Vancouver, BC


    Position Title: Predictive Modeler/Data Scientist/Statistician
    Location: North Vancouver, BC
    Employment Type: Permanent Full Time

     

    If you have predictive modeling expertise and are looking for interesting work, we may have the perfect fit for you! We have a unique opportunity for a seasoned actuary/predictive modeler to join our Pricing team within our Insurance Pricing and Regulatory Affairs department. Our team is responsible for estimating and recommending insurance rates for all drivers and their vehicles in the province. In addition, our team supports the Personal and Commercial Insurance business on developing short and long term rate design strategies as well as assisting the corporation to make data driven decisions.

     

    As part of the Pricing team, you will be expected to leverage your skills to create and enhance current predictive models and well as present your results to senior leaders that will ultimately improve strategic and tactical decision making and to support the achievement of corporate priorities. With many exciting projects planned for the upcoming years, you will work alongside Senior and Operational leaders to understand their challenges and then collaborate with our pricing team to deliver actionable analytical solutions. As a senior member of the team, you will be involved in coaching and supervising other team members (Actuaries and Statisticians), who are eager to learn and improve their modeling skills.

     

    You must have obtained the Fellow of Casualty Actuarial Society credential or a post graduate degree in a relevant field that may include computer science, actuarial science, statistics, or mathematics and have related professional experience – experience with generalized linear modeling and Insurance industry is a plus. Known for being a team player, your excellent analytical skills and critical thinking will be complemented by effective communication skills, leadership and creativity in tackling complex business problems. Stroang knowledge of data extraction, exploration and analysis tools such as SQL, R, SAS and Python, would be beneficial.

     

    Apply: https://bit.ly/2A4wKUa

     

    Date affichée : 2018-07-24 Date d'expiration : 2018-08-23


  • Bi-lingual Managing Actuary – AON – Toronto, ON or Montréal, QC


    Aon is looking for a Bi-lingual Managing Actuary (Toronto or Montreal)

     

    As part of an industry-leading team, you will help empower results for our clients by delivering innovative and effective solutions as part of our Actuarial & Analytics business group within Risk, in Montreal, Quebec or Toronto, Ontario. As a Managing Actuary, you will report directly to Senior Vice President & National Practice Leader and have direct reports which include entry to mid-level colleagues.

     

    Your impact as a Bi-lingual Managing Actuary

     

    Job Responsibilities

     

    Distinctive client value

     

    • Leading a team of actuaries undertaking work for insurance companies including providing leadership regarding product development and quality of work output.
    • Responsible for the training and development of the team
    • Providing leadership for both ongoing work and projects in relation to data management, technical premium study, rate indication,  loss forecasting, accruals, self-insurance funds, ORSA, DCAT and cash flow analysis
    • Collecting and organizing data in support of the insurance company consulting business
    • Maintaining effective relationships with staff members within the Aon network
    • Maintain client relationships and participate in the building of new ones
    • Execute on client services needs both routine and unique.
    • Support the National Practice Leader with business development
    • Communicate with clients both internally and externally

     

    Clients

     

    • Understanding client’s needs by listening closely and cultivating trusting relationships with the client, Aon colleagues and delivery of services that exceed client expectations.
    • Develop enhanced client engagement model that links to Aon corporate philosophy
    • Unmatched teams
    • Provide leadership and development opportunities for the team by providing unmatched experiences and providing honest feedback to team members.
    • Support National Practice leader on day to day management

     

    Innovation

     

    • Identifying an applying firm and industry best practices, constantly looking for new and better ways to service clients.
    • Actively demonstrate Aon’s expertise in the marketplace

     

    Results

     

    Producing excellent results by leveraging team resources with maximum efficiency

     

    Values

     

    • Demonstrating Aon values in day to day work environment including providing leadership to the team by modelling integrity.
    • Complying with Aon policies and striving to have a positive impact on our client, our colleagues and the community.

     

    You Bring Knowledge and Expertise

     

    Required Education & Experience

     

    • Fluently bi-lingual in English and French
    • FCIA is preferable; minimum requirement is ACAS/ACIA
    • Require strong computer skills; knowledge of @Risk would be valuable
    • Previous leadership experience preferred
    • Ability to lead and motivate a team
    • Assist with business development
    • Client relationship focused
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
    • Strong organization skills and the ability to prioritize under pressure of competing deadlines
    • Strong business acumen
    • Strong communication skills

     

    We offer you

     

    A competitive total rewards package, continuing education & training, and tremendous potential with a growing worldwide organization.

     

    Our Colleague Experience

     

    From helping clients gain access to capital after natural disasters, to creating access to health care and retirement for millions, Aon colleagues empower results for our clients, communities, and each other every day. They make a difference, work with the best, own their potential, and value one another. This is the Aon Colleague Experience, defining what it means to work at Aon and realizing our vision of empowering human and economic possibility. To learn more visit Aon Colleague Experience.

     

    About Aon

     

    Aon plc (NYSE:AON) is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to deliver insights that reduce volatility and improve performance.

     

    By applying for a position with Aon, you understand that, should you be made an offer, it will be contingent on your undergoing and successfully completing a background check consistent with Aon's employment policies. Background checks may include some or all of the following based on the nature of the position: SSN/SIN validation, education verification, employment verification, and criminal check, search against global sanctions and government watch lists, fingerprint verification, credit check, and/or drug test. You will be notified during the hiring process which checks are required by the position.

     

    Aon is committed to a diverse workforce as an Employment Equity employer (Women, People with Disabilities, Aboriginal Peoples, and Visible Minorities).

     

    DISCLAIMER:

     

    Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

     

    Date affichée : 2018-07-24 Date d'expiration : 2018-08-23


  • Actuaire d’expérience en assurance vie (échelon chef d’équipe) – Ernst & Young – Québec, QC


    Les gens d’EY, répartis dans plus de 150 pays, se sont engagés à agir avec intégrité, souci de la qualité et professionnalisme dans la prestation de services de certification et de fiscalité ainsi que de services transactionnels et consultatifs. Nous avons à cœur de permettre à tous nos gens de réaliser leurs aspirations tant professionnelles que personnelles grâce à un milieu de travail inclusif qui tient compte des contributions de chacun et qui favorise la diversité des points de vue ainsi que l’épanouissement et le perfectionnement continu de nos gens. Reconnue comme l’un des meilleurs employeurs du Canada, EY s’efforce continuellement de demeurer un endroit où il fait bon travailler.

     

    Au sein du groupe Services consultatifs en assurance et en actuariat, composé de professionnels dynamiques et talentueux, l’actuaire en assurance vie (échelon chef d’équipe) travaille avec plusieurs équipes de mandat qui réalisent des travaux d’audit actuariel, des évaluations et des analyses de tarification, procèdent à l’élaboration et à la validation de modèles, effectuent des tests de flux de trésorerie, et accomplissent bon nombre d’autres projets en actuariat d’assurance vie. Vous recevrez une formation en milieu de travail afin d’acquérir de l’expérience pratique pour traiter les questions d’ordre technique ou commercial et appliquer les compétences sectorielles et les directives et procédures d’EY aux mandats clients. Ce poste offre d'excellentes possibilités d'apprentissage, de leadership, de travail d'équipe et d'avancement professionnel.

     

    Principales responsabilités :

     

    Acquérir une connaissance pratique des objectifs du mandat, du langage du client et de la terminologie propre au secteur. Apprendre et mettre en pratique les procédés de traitement des données, réaliser les tests des contrôles et mettre en œuvre des procédures de corroboration. Créer des rapports de travail dans lesquels sont consignés les procédés des mandats. Établir et gérer les priorités, élaborer et mener à bien des plans de travail, communiquer l’évolution des activités et respecter les échéanciers. Maintenir une solide orientation client, et établir et entretenir des relations productives avec le client. Se tenir au courant des nouveautés dans les secteurs des affaires et de l’économie ayant une incidence sur l’entreprise du client. Faire preuve d’esprit d’équipe, d’intégrité et de leadership. Recourir à la technologie pour apprendre continuellement, partager ses connaissances avec les membres de l’équipe et améliorer la prestation des services. Respecter et protéger l’information confidentielle du client. Porter les possibilités d’affaires à l’attention de l’équipe. Rechercher, élaborer et présenter des idées pour optimiser la prestation de services d’EY et apporter de la valeur au client.

     

    Plus particulièrement, le candidat retenu pourrait être appelé à travailler sur des mandats portant sur :

     

    • la modélisation financière (conversion de modèle en AXIS, validation de modèle de tarification et d’évaluation)
    • l’évaluation et la communication de l’information financière (modélisation financière des réserves, revue d’études d’expérience, validation de l’intégration des modifications aux hypothèses dans le système d’évaluation, validation des hypothèses économiques, tests de scénarios déterministes et stochastiques)
    • la mise en œuvre d’IFRS 17
    • les nouvelles exigences en matière de fonds propres

     

    Le candidat pourrait également être appelé à travailler sur des mandats portant sur :

     

    • des services consultatifs en actuariat dans le cadre de mandats de fusion et acquisition (assistance à l’évaluation de la valeur de l’entreprise, analyse comparative des hypothèses d’évaluation)
    • la gestion des risques (élaboration d’outils de gestion des risques, évaluation des contrôles et procédures de gestion des risques, quantification de l’exposition au risque)

     

    Ce poste offre un milieu d'apprentissage exceptionnel et d’excellentes perspectives de carrière. Pour postuler, les candidats doivent satisfaire aux exigences suivantes :

     

    • posséder un diplôme de premier ou deuxième cycle en actuariat, en mathématiques, en statistiques ou une majeure dans une discipline connexe
    • ASA et/ou désignation ACIA
    • avoir un minimum de cinq ans d’expérience pertinente en évaluation des passifs des contrats d’assurance et (ou) en modélisation financière
    • posséder des connaissances du système AXIS
    • posséder de solides habiletés en informatique
    • démontrer d’excellentes aptitudes en relations interpersonnelles et en communication verbale et écrite tant en français qu’en anglais

     

    Le candidat choisi devra viser l’obtention du titre de FICA et être bilingue (capacité à communiquer à l’écrit et à l’oral, tant en français qu’en anglais).
    Le lieu de l’emploi est à Québec. Le candidat doit toutefois être disposé à se déplacer au besoin.

     

    EY favorise la diversité, l’équité et l’accessibilité. Nous encourageons tous les candidats qualifiés à postuler.

     

    Les candidats qualifiés peuvent acheminer leur curriculum vitae à gail.doody@ca.ey.com

     

    Date affichée : 2018-07-23 Date d'expiration : 2018-08-22