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The Institute is dedicated to helping members move forward in their careers and to connecting employers with top-quality job candidates. Looking to advance your career? The CIA’s Online Actuarial Jobs Bank brings together leading employers and search firms who recognize the value and strategic thinking actuarial professionals bring to their leadership team. Search here for your next role with one of many top employers and recruitment firms.

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  • Analyste/Conseiller en actuariat – Les Services actuariels SAI – Montréal ,QC


    Les Services actuariels SAI Inc. est une firme privée d’actuaires-conseils fondée en 1990 qui œuvre auprès des comités de retraite et d’assurance, des associations syndicales et professionnelles, des organismes publics et des particuliers.

     

    De par la nature de sa clientèle, SAI a la chance d’être impliquée dans la mise en place et dans la gestion de régimes de retraite de type prestations déterminées dont les modalités de partage de risque ont évolué au cours des dernières années. Ainsi, nos services d’administration et de consultation en régimes de retraite sont toujours en croissance.

     

    Notre culture de développement professionnel permet à nos conseillers d’évoluer dans un contexte favorisant la rigueur, l’initiative et le dépassement de soi. La taille de notre équipe de conseillers permet à ceux-ci d’établir une collaboration extraordinaire et de jouir d’un sentiment d’appartenance hors du commun. Les rapports entre la direction et les employés sont transparents, humains et constructifs.

     

    Description du poste

     

    Nous cherchons un analyste ou un conseiller en actuariat pour combler des besoins à notre équipe de Montréal. Le titre, les tâches et les responsabilités du titulaire du poste seront déterminés selon son profil et son expérience.

     

    Sous la supervision d’un associé, le professionnel réalisera divers travaux actuariels pouvant inclure :

     

    • Participer à des mandats de consultation variés incluant les évaluations actuarielles de régimes de retraite, des évaluations du coût de modifications, de l’assurance collective et des analyses de rémunération globale;
    • Consulter et analyser les lois et règlements applicables aux régimes de retraite;
    • Assister dans le processus de négociation de conventions collectives;
    • Effectuer des tâches de programmation et exploiter différents logiciels;
    • Réaliser différentes tâches liées à l’administration de régimes de retraite;
    • Servir directement la clientèle dans les différents mandats.

     

    Exigences académiques et professionnelles :

     

    • Détenir un baccalauréat en actuariat ou en mathématique
    • Avoir de 3 à 8 ans d’expérience dans le domaine des régimes de retraite
    • Être désireux de poursuivre les examens de la Société des actuaires
    • Sens de l'organisation, capacité à prioriser le travail et respecter les échéanciers de multiples projets
    • Soucis du détail, capacité de travailler de façon autonome et en équipe
    • Aptitude de communication, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit
    • Le bilinguisme et des connaissances en programmation sont des atouts

    Information additionnelle

     

    • Rémunération globale très compétitive
    • Programme d’étude
    • Horaire flexible
    • Politique de télétravail
    • Activités sociales et réseautage

     

    Si ce poste vous intéresse, faites-nous parvenir votre candidature (lettre de présentation et cv) à l’adresse suivante :
    info@saiinc.qc.ca

     

    Date Posted: 2019-05-07 Expires: 2019-06-07


  • Actuarial Consultant (III) and Senior Actuarial Consultant (IV) – The Co-operators – Montreal, QC; Quebec, QC; Guelph, ON; Flexible


    Position Overview

     

    Actuarial Consultant (III) and Senior Actuarial Consultant (IV)
    Location(s): Montreal - QC, Quebec – QC, Guelph – ON, Flexible
    Employment category: Permanent Full-time

     

    Summary:

     

    As an Actuarial Consultant or Senior Actuarial Consultant, you support corporate, pricing or research and development initiatives. You will collaborate with business partners to understand their needs and partner with actuarial team members to deliver complex solutions to ensure the profitability of property and casualty (P&C) lines of business.

     

    What you’re responsible for:

     

    • Supporting rate change projects, reserve and (DCAT) analysis and various actuarial models
    • Working efficiently with various databases, programming languages and modeling softwares to contribute to Actuarial strategic objectives
    • Analyzing the needs of business partners to identify innovative solutions for complex challenges and clearly articulating actuarial concepts to key stakeholders
    • Coaching and mentoring team members to facilitate their development and fostering a team environment focused on collaboration and innovation
    • Upholding professional ethics, values, procedures and policies that support organizational and professional standards

     

    What to expect:

     

    • Detail oriented work that requires a high degree of mental concentration for extended periods of time

     

    To be successful:

     

    • You have an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies and ability to influence change, with a primary focus on client needs
    • You use critical thinking skills to recognize assumptions, evaluate arguments, draw conclusions and proactively propose solutions
    • You have strong communication skills to clearly convey messages and explore diverse points of view
    • You build trusting relationships and provide guidance to support the development of colleagues

     

    To join our team:

     

    • You have a post-secondary degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science
    • You have successfully completed two Actuarial exams and are actively working towards your Associate (ACAS, ACIA) or Fellow (FCAS, FCIA) designation
    • You have advanced knowledge of SAS, SQL, modeling softwares and programming languages
    • You have strong knowledge of P&C insurance products, emerging trends and best practices in the actuarial landscape
    • Having four years of relevant experience in the property and casualty actuarial field is an asset

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers
    • Flexible work options and paid time off to support your personal and family needs
    • A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture
    • Paid volunteer days to give back to your community
    • A comprehensive total rewards package, including competitive salary, bonus, pension and benefits

     

    Interested in Applying?

     

    Submit your current resume and cover letter and tell us a bit about yourself, your professional experience and how you think you can make a difference at The Co-operators.  Please send your resume and cover letter at the following address : Actuariat-BI_Recrutement@cooperators.ca

     

    Date Posted: 2019-05-06 Expires: 2019-06-06


  • Senior Technical Advisor (V) – The Co-operators – Montreal, QC; Quebec, QC; Guelph, ON; Flexible


    Position Overview

     

    Company:  CGIC
    Department:  Actuarial
    Position Title:  Senior Technical Advisor (V)
    Reports To:  P&C Pricing and Segmentation, Manager/Director
    Location:  Montreal - QC, Quebec – QC, Guelph – ON, Flexible

     

    Summary:

     

    This role is responsible for providing technical support and coaching to analysts and consultants within their team, as well as leading pricing or research and development initiatives within Actuarial Services/Business Intelligence for the Co-operators group of companies.

     

    Roles and responsibilities:

     

    • Operate as a project leader and manage projects independently
    • Lead modeling and actuarial work and development of actuarial models related to rate change/implementation projects, and other Actuarial projects/support work
    • Take responsibility for delivering results and making project decisions of a complex nature
    • Act as modeling and technical expert across the group of companies
    • Follow industry trends and anticipate developments on technical and actuarial matters
    • Assume technical leadership, and provide orientation and coaching for colleagues
    • Provide thorough analysis of situations when making decisions on complex issues related to technical and business aspects of work
    • Contribute to other actuarial functions by providing analysis and peer review support
    • Contribute to joint initiatives with actuarial areas in other P&C companies within The Co-operators Group on actuarial issues
    • Develop excellent understanding of data and tables and exercise a strong sense of judgment on analysis and recommendations
    • Develop the ability to drill down and identify causes of discrepancies within complex Actuarial projects
    • Participates in the development of the sector-based strategy for the department and the company
    • Prepare full reports for a broad audience
    • Foresees, understands and interprets the needs of clients in order to facilitate innovative solutions
    • Maintain and update documentation of key actuarial functions
    • Actively participate in self-development
    • Uphold professional ethics, values, policies and procedures that support the company’s and profession’s standards, and comply with CEO/CFO Certification

     

    Working Conditions:

     

    • Physical: Normal office environment. Some travel may be required
    • Mental: Multiple tasks, prioritizing work and tight deadlines can increase the mental demands of the role

     

    Qualifications And Skills:

     

    • Seven (7) years of relevant experience in the property and casualty modeling and actuarial field
    • Degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science
    • ACAS, ACIA or FCAS, FCIA designation
    • Expert knowledge of the Actuarial field and industry
    • Strong technical skills, including predictive modeling processes and best practices
    • Strong problem solving skills
    • Strong computer skills including modeling softwares and other softwares to support modeling work (Earnix, R, Python, QGIS…)
    • Knowledge of SAS and SQL is preferred
    • Proven ability to simplify actuarial concepts to communicate them to a broad audience

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada's Best Employers
    • Flexible work options and paid time off to support your personal and family needs
    • A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture
    • Paid volunteer days to give back to your community
    • A comprehensive total rewards package, including competitive salary, bonus, pension and benefits

     

    Interested in Applying?

     

    Submit your current resume and cover letter and tell us a bit about yourself, your professional experience and how you think you can make a difference at The Co-operators. Please send your resume and cover letter at the following address: Actuariat-BI_Recrutement@cooperators.ca

     

    Date Posted: 2019-05-06 Expires: 2019-06-06


  • Actuarial Analyst – ICBC – 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.

     

    Job Title: Actuarial Analyst
    Location: North Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Employment Type: Permanent, Full Time
    To Apply: https://bit.ly/2POcL0l

     

    Position Highlights

     

    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 $5.3 billion and $18 billion in assets.

     

    ICBC’s actuaries primarily work in two areas: Insurance Pricing and Corporate Actuarial. Insurance Pricing has responsibility for overall rate recommendations for both Basic and Optional Insurance products, rate design, program evaluation, and other insurance modeling projects. Corporate Actuarial has responsibility for the estimation of ICBC’s IBNR reserves, analyzing claims data and other relevant factors to identify future claims trends, financial reporting (discounting of unpaid claims, DPAC, ULAE reserve), and capital adequacy testing to determine ICBC’s internal capital management MCT targets.

     

    We currently have an opportunity for an Actuarial Analyst to join our Forecasting and Financial Reporting team in the Corporate Actuarial area. As an Actuarial Analyst, you will have responsibility for financial reporting, capital adequacy testing, claims data preparation, and claims data reconciliation and validation. 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 two or more years' experience in a variety of actuarial work areas. You have completed at least four 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. You are also comfortable communicating with non-actuarial areas of the company, such as financial accounting and information management. Knowledge of MS Excel will be required while exposure to Visual Basic, SQL, and SAS are considered assets.

     

    Date Posted: 2019-05-01 Expires: 2019-05-31


  • Senior Manager, Individual Insurance Product Support – The Co–operators – Regina, SK


    Temporary Full-Time
    This is a 16-month contract position.
    Other levels of this position will be considered depending on the knowledge and experience of the candidate.

     

    Our Individual Insurance team provides financial security and peace of mind for Canadians. Our client centric team is focused on delivering competitive solutions to meet the needs of our clients.  Our success is driven by our specialized team who are passionate about excellence, innovation and sustainable practices to enhance our organization's success.This role serves as the manager of the Individual Insurance Product Support team. This team manages the in-force portfolio of Individual Insurance products for both CLIC and CUMIS by monitoring profitability, recommending solutions to profitability issues, and providing actuarial support to Client Services. This team works closely with the Individual Insurance Pricing team and Corporate Actuarial.

     

    What you’re responsible for:

     

    • Monitors profitability of current product portfolio.
    • Analyses expense assumptions against industry benchmarks and understand the gaps.
    • Monitors adjustable elements of in-force products.
    • Recommends changes to adjustable elements when appropriate.
    • Sets dividend rates annually, ensuring fairness to policyholders and reasonable returns to the company.
    • Adheres to the Criteria for Adjustable Policies, Participating Account Management Policy, and Policyholder Dividend Policy.
    • Supports internal departments, particularly Client Services, with actuarial expertise, including for Universal Life policies with high funding ratios.
    • Understands policyholder tax regulations and their impact on policy administration, pricing, product design, and company profitability.

     

    To be successful:

     

    • You build trusting relationships and provide feedback to enable the successful development of your team and colleagues.
    • You foster innovation and continuous improvement with a focus on client experience.
    • You facilitate the adoption of change and create a high-performance culture through alignment of your team’s work with organizational goals.
    • You successfully convey messages and demonstrate openness to exploring alternative points of view.
    • You use critical thinking to guide decision making and apply a strategic mindset to adjust business plans based on shifting priorities.

     

    To join our team:

     

    • Completion of the Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (FCIA) designation.
    • At least 7 years of related progressive experience in this or a similar role.
    • Experience specific to individual insurance products.
    • Proficient with AXIS software and MS Office.

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers. 
    • Flexible work options to support personal and family needs. 
    • A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture. 
    • Volunteer opportunities to give back to your community.

     

    Apply here 

     

    Date Posted: 2019-04-30 Expires: 2019-05-30