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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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  • Senior Actuarial Analyst – CHUBB – Toronto, ON


    Senior Actuarial Analyst
    Toronto, ON

     

    Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. The company is distinguished by its extensive product and service offerings, broad distribution capabilities, exceptional financial strength, underwriting excellence, superior claims handling expertise and local operations globally.

     

    KEY OBJECTIVE:

     

    The Senior Actuarial Analyst will be responsible for providing Actuarial Department support for the Canadian operations of Chubb, with particular focus on support for pricing of Commercial Insurance and Corporate Actuarial, with additional initiatives as priorities dictate.

     

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

     

    • Provide individual account pricing support to senior management and product management as needed;
    • Provide support for quarterly reserving analyses and Appointed Actuary’s report;
    • Assist in providing annual analysis of capital adequacy to senior management and home office for consideration in capital position decisions;
    • Maintain and enhance monthly price monitor reporting;
    • Provide support for profitability studies for senior management/product management;
    • Provide support in gathering reinsurance submission data;
    • Provide planning and forecasting support to senior management, product management, and home office, as needed;
    • Provide input into database development and management as needed to ensure data availability to support actuarial requirements;

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

     

    • Completion of a University Bachelor degree, in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics or Commerce/Business.
    • Completion of a minimum of 4 examinations of the Casualty Actuarial Society;
    • Minimum 3 years of P&C actuarial experience; Commercial lines knowledge and experience is an asset;
    • Technically strong in actuarial pricing and reserving methods, including stochastic modeling;
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Excel, Word, Outlook) and working knowledge of @Risk, ResQ and SQL.
    • Effective organizational and time management skills.
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, as well as negotiation abilities.

     

    If you are interested in this position, or know someone who may be interested, please contact:

     

    Chubb Canada Recruitment
    Email: canadarecruitment@chubb.com

     

    Internal candidates should advise their manager before applying.

     

    At Chubb we are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants based on job-related qualifications and ability to perform a job.  If you require an accommodation during the hiring process or upon hire, please inform Human Resources.  If a selected applicant requests accommodation during the recruitment process, Chubb will consult with the applicant in order to provide suitable accommodation that takes into account the applicant’s accessibility needs.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-07-16 Expires: 2018-08-15


  • Actuarial Services Associate Actuarial Services Department – Pacific Blue Cross – Vancouver, BC


    Actuarial Services Associate
    Actuarial Services Department

     

    Pacific Blue Cross has been British Columbia's leading benefits provider for 75 years. We are an independent, not-for-profit society with strong roots in BC’s health care system. Together with our subsidiary BC Life, we provide health, dental, life, disability and travel coverage for approximately 1.5 million British Columbians through employee group plans and through individual plans for those who do not have coverage with their employers.

     

    We are fueled by a commitment to keep health care sustainable for all British Columbians. Through our Community Connection Health Foundation, we also provide funding to community organizations with a focus on alleviating mental illness and chronic disease. We're interested in finding people who want to make a difference and who will take advantage of every opportunity to build a career with us.

     

    Pacific Blue Cross offers an attractive compensation and benefits package, fitness programs, and an onsite gym and cafeteria. Our workplace culture values health and wellness, continuing education, environmental sustainability and giving back to the community.

     

    We are currently recruiting for two (2) Actuarial Services Associates to join the Actuarial Services team.

     

    Under the direction of the Chief Actuary, the Actuarial Services Associate has completed actuarial experience studies, supports quote requests, evaluates client experience and supports product development across Pacific Blue Cross.

     

    This unique and challenging role will be located at our head office in Burnaby.

     

    Key Accountabilities Include:

     

    • Calculates monthly liabilities and incurred but not reported reserves for Health, Dental, Life and Disability benefits.
    • Assists in completing the actuarial experience studies and corporate reports required by the regulators and insurance associations such as the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association and the Canadian Drug Insurance Pooling Corporation.
    • Supports special quotes requests.
    • Evaluates client specific experiences, proposes and models plan design changes and calculates premium rates based on innovative solutions.
    • Supports product development for Critical Illness, Life, Disability, Extended Health and Dental Group Benefits.
    • Supports product development for Travel, Health and Dental Individual Plans.
    • Produces and analyzes statistical information from the Pacific Blue Cross client reporting tools.
    • Manages the database and actuarial application development.
    • Codes queries in Microsoft Analysis Services to support actuarial modeling and experience reporting.

     

    Required Qualifications:

     

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Actuarial Science or Master of Science program with Actuarial major or other related fields if there is proven knowledge of actuarial concepts
    • Minimum 3 years’ experience working in group benefits
    • Associate of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries or the Society of Actuaries

     

    Required Competencies:

     

    • Strong leadership to achieve results in an environment with changing priorities
    • Database programming skills on Access, SQL or MS Analysis Services (SSAS, SSRS)
    • MS Office Suite proficiency
    • Strong analytical and mathematical skills
    • Well organized with the ability of multitask
    • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate and build relationships across multiple departments
    • GGY AXIS knowledge an asset
    • IFRS17 knowledge an asset

     

    Please apply via our website at:  http://www.pbchbs.com/Corp/company/careers/

     

    While we thank all applicants for their interest, only short listed candidates will be contacted.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-07-13 Expires: 2018-08-12


  • Actuary, IFRS Implementation – The Co-operators – Regina, SK, Guelph or Burlington, ON


    Position Overview

     

    Title: Actuary, IFRS Implementation
    Language: This role operates in English.

     

    Additional Information:

     

    The work location for this role is flexible to Regina, Guelph or Burlington.
    This is a 36-month contract position.

     

    Our national Finance team aspires to create, enhance, and protect value for our organization and its stakeholders. Our knowledgeable team educates and influences the organization to make well-informed, risk-based decisions. We think innovatively and strategically to solve business problems and strive to move our business forward with practical, integrated processes and tools that ensure organizational success. As the Actuary of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Implementation you will be an integral member of the IFRS project team responsible for the successful implementation of accounting standards. You will adopt best practices for model risk management, maintenance, and validation and act as the subject matter expert on relevant accounting standards and their risk implications.

     

    What you’re responsible for:

     

    • Collaborating with business partners and industry working groups to develop, maintain and validate models with a focus on risk management and ensuring IFRS implementation meets the requirements.
    • Managing IFRS impacts to economic capital and Asset Liability Modeling (ALM) processes and results by identifying required changes to models and processes, evaluating the impact of implementation decisions, and ensuring processes are implemented effectively.
    • Identifying IFRS impacts to risk governance frameworks and policies, reviewing risk appetite, and recommending changes as required.
    • Establishing and implementing best practices in risk management modeling, including ensuring adequate controls and audits, and alignment with enterprise initiatives.
    • Working with vendors, consultants and stakeholders to document changes, processes, decisions and impacts to risk management policies and frameworks.

     

    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 five years of experience constructing a range of financial and actuarial models in fields such as actuarial pricing, valuation, reinsurance, consulting, or enterprise risk management.
    • You have a post-secondary degree is Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or Finance.
    • You have obtained the Fellow, Canadian Institute of Actuaries designation.
    • You have a solid understanding of IFRS accounting standards.

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers.  
    • Flexible work options 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.  
    • Volunteer opportunities to give back to your community. 

     

    Interested in applying?

     

    Click 'apply now' to submit your current resume and cover letter. Tell us a bit about yourself, your professional experience and how you think you can make a difference at The Co-operators. We look forward to learning more about you and we welcome you to follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. #BETTERCAREER

     

    The Co-operators values a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment, and we're committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. If you are contacted for an interview and require an accommodation, please contact the hiring manager.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-07-09 Expires: 2018-08-08


  • ACTUARIAL ANALYST – CMPA – Ottawa, ON


    CONTRIBUTING TO THE CMPA

     

    The Finance department supports the CMPA’s mission and goals by safeguarding the Association’s assets and proper valuation of the Association’s liabilities. Safeguarding the Association’s assets are accomplished through accurate and timely recording and stewardship of financial transactions. Proper valuation of the Association’s liabilities are accomplished through detailed actuarial work following the Standards of Practice set by Canadian Institute of Actuaries. Actuarial Service is mainly responsible for CMPA’s liability valuation and protection fee projection. The team develops proprietary applications and data structures, builds actuarial models and processes, supports financial auditing and provides insight for the Association’s capital and liability management.

     

    POSITION OVERVIEW

     

    As a key member of the Actuarial Service team, the Actuarial Analyst is responsible for developing, implementing and reporting on various actuarial projects including: year-end and mid-year liability valuation, occurrence year protection fee projection, Dynamic Capital Adequacy Testing, mid-to-long term balance sheet projection, insurance program assessment, supporting year-end external review and auditing activities, and potentially participating in other tasks within the Association.

     

    In addition, the analyst is responsible for fostering partnership with the rest of the actuarial team by providing professional and timely support to ensure all projects are delivered on time with high quality. While mainly working on actuarial projects, the analyst will have some interaction with members within and outside of finance team, and is expected to cultivates good working relationship to facilitate the design and development of new process to support the Finance function more efficiently.

     

    POSITION ACTIVITIES

     

    • Liability Valuation (40%)
      • Data preparation and validation for year-end and mid-year liability valuation
      • Build actuarial models by cost component, by region
      • Prepare supporting information for valuation report, such as exhibits, plots etc.
      • Peer review actuarial work produced within the team
      • Participating in year-end review and auditing
    • Occurrence Year Fee Setting (25%)
      • Risk group analysis and validation
      • Build actuarial models for new occurrence year cost projection
      • Maintaining and improving the Macro used to produce supporting information for aggregate fees
      • Producing Type of Work fees, and complete supporting template to support billing
      • Participating in preparation of fee setting report
    • Financial Projection and Dynamic Capital Adequacy Testing (20%)
      • Support the mid-to-long term balance sheet projection produced by Actuarial service team
      • Work on supporting components of the financial projection
      • Prepare base scenario and calibrate stress scenarios for DCAT
      • Support the annual DCAT scenario construction with necessary research work
    • Other Actuarial Related Tasks (15%)
      • Work closely with actuarial application development team on various tasks, such as QA.
      • Provide timely and quality assistance to Chief Actuary to fulfil Actuarial team’s responsibility.
      • Knowledge sharing and cross training within and outside Actuarial service team.
      • Assisting in the preparation of presentation and other communication vehicles to delivery actuarial work product to Senior Management and Council.
      • Performing other tasks in the following area, but not limited to: CMPA’s insurance program, optimizing existing actuarial process, designing and implementing actuarial report.

     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

     

    • Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably with a concentration in Actuarial Mathematics or Statistics
    • Minimum 3 CAS exams completed
    • Minimum of four years of relevant experience
    • Experience working with SAS and R preferred
    • Basic understanding of GAAP accounting procedure and financial reporting practice considered an asset
    • Bilingualism (English and French) considered an asset

     

    SKILLS AND ABILITIES

     

    • Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel and VBA required
    • Ability to work independently and within a team environment
    • Ability to meet tight deadlines and perform well under pressure
    • Strong analytic and problem solving skills
    • Strong sense of ownership and self-accountability

     

    POSTING DETAILS

     

    • Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 4:00pm, but the posting will remain active until the position is filled
    • This position is classified at a Level 8 - Range $66,576 to $86,549
    • Selected candidates may be required to complete a skills assessment

     

    Date Posted: 2018-07-06 Expires: 2018-08-05