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Associate, Actuarial Consulting » The Rocks, Sydney - Mercer is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne or Sydney office: Associate, Actuarial Consulting What can you expect? Join our Actuarial Consulting team If you have a passion for delivering industry-leading strategic solutions, high quality comprehensive advice and a great client experience, then we need you on our team as we help superannuation funds, defined benefit trustees and sponsoring employers and insurers navigate some of the biggest challenges of our time. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Mercer's talented, supportive, global team of investment consultants, managers, researchers and thought leaders to bring some of the best investment ideas and solutions to the Australian market. In this fast-paced environment, we actively support you to craft a career that's meaningful for you whether that's more focus or exposure to aspects of our complex business that are of interest, building a professional profile in the market, more flexibility for family or interests outside work, or support for ongoing study and development. We want you to be your best self, to help us create better lives for our clients and each other. What we offer is a chance to join a company that is not only winning, but is transforming in the most exciting way possible. Our CEO, David Bryant, is dedicated to Mercer Australia being a "people first" culture. This means that great performers are greatly rewarded. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding career development, learning opportunities, financial rewards and we are committed to making your journey with us FUN. Voted 1 HR Consulting Company Globally Prestigious Sydney (Barangaroo) office or Melbourne CBD (Docklands) office Great Package Great time to join this global organisation in Growth Phase What is in it for you? At Mercer, we recognise that our most important asset is our people. We offer benefits and programs that support career development such as professional development support, exam and study assistance which will support and nurture you with every opportunity to reach your full potential. We also recognise the value of healthy, happy colleagues and promote a culture of care and wellbeing, offering benefits such as flexible working and much more Leading training and development program Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organisation Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues Genuine work life balance We will count on you to: The primary focus for the role is the delivery and project management of solutions to clients on a range of projects across the actuarial service offering. Core activities include understanding client issues and developing practical solutions particularly in relation to defined benefit superannuation, driving the delivery of client solutions, project managing client facing teams, working with and involving other team members, monitoring progress and peer reviewing outcomes. Responsibilities include: Apply consulting skills, technical expertise, relevant methodologies and professional judgement to client projects Demonstrate intellectual leadership and consistently test final deliverables for completeness, relevance, and high impact against client issues and needs Plan, design, resource and manage client projects and direct staff in executing the plan to deliver projects on time and within budget Nurture key client relationships, identify opportunities to broaden or deepen these relationships in partnership with senior consultants, anticipate and respond to future client needs Support business development initiatives and proposals Develop own and other's capability through informal and formal learning opportunities (may include formal people supervisor responsibility) Participate in projects to improve Mercer, in particular talent, quality, service delivery, internal efficiency / effectiveness and intellectual capital Pursue actuarial professional qualification What you need to have: An actuarial professional qualification (e.g. Associate or Fellowship) or be working towards one 5 years' work experience in financial services, business analysis and / or professional services is valuable. Defined benefit superannuation experience essential Strong analytical skills and the capacity to interpret qualitative and quantitative data Capability to think, articulate and write logically Aptitude and passion for problem solving and creative thinking with the ability to structure analyses and undertake them in a logical and efficient manner Detail orientation and high quality outputs Client centric mindset Uses initiative and drives to outcomes Excellent written and oral communication skills Well organised with the ability to run multiple pieces of work in a timely and organised manner Experience in working autonomously Benefits and perks include: Active mentoring and coaching to support your journey to senior consultant Collaborative, supporting team environment with regular social activities Initiatives and financial reimbursements to help you manage your health and wellness Ad hoc and formal flexible working arrangements to support commitments outside of work Equal opportunity parental leave program with paid Keeping in Touch days to allow you to stay engaged with the team through your leave, as it suits you An inclusive culture with a range of colleague networks such as PRIDE, Women Mercer and Mercer Cares A dedicated 'buddy' to help you kick start your career at Mercer through daily support, mentoring, and training Exam and study assistance so you can pursue your actuarial qualification 'Dress to suit' your day, whether you're in the office or working remotely One day of paid volunteer leave a year with matching of donations through our Social Impact platform About us: Mercer believes in building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer's approximately 25,000 employees are based in 43 countries and the firm operates in 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 85,000 colleagues and annual revenue of over $20 billion. Through its market-leading businesses including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit mercer.com. Follow Mercer on LinkedIn and Twitter Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. Note: the changes to our hybrid work policy do not apply to officially designated remote workers and are subject to any works council or local legal requirement. • Fri, 17 MayMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
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Senior Actuarial Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Being a part of Finance & Advice at Suncorp Group means being switched on, endlessly curious and always adaptable. In return, you'll be supported to bring your own ideas to the table and challenge conventions - with the aim of making life a little brighter, simpler and better for our customers and each other. The role Provide actuarial, analytical and technical support to the Commercial Valuation team. You will be the subject matter expert for one or more of the Team's processes and mentor more junior Analysts. In addition, you will also help drive/create/lead new processes and reporting requirements. What you'll do Provision of actuarial, analytical and technical support to the Manager Commercial Valuation for their product line including: valuations & reporting: Half-yearly valuations, supplementary analysis, development of reporting and self-service tools, presentation of results forecast and business planning support including budget and prospective profitability Actuarial, analytical and technical support includes: data preparation, validation and analysis design or assessment of the reasonableness and suitability of models and results documentation of processes, analysis and investigations undertaken preparation of reports to presentation of results Work collaboratively with teams across the business including portfolio, reinsurance, claims and finance as well as the wider Appointed Actuary team and optimise business outcomes. What you'll bring Strong results in a bachelor degree with a significant mathematical and statistical component (mandatory) Studying towards Fellowship of the Institute of Actuaries Australia (mandatory) Passed part I and II (desired) 3 years of general insurance experience in an actuarial role (desired) Knowledge of spreadsheet modelling (Excel) and data extraction (SQL or SAS) (preferred) Strong analytical aptitude and the ability to think logically IT skills and knowledge of spreadsheets, databases and data structure Ability to manage workloads and strong communication skills. What we can offer you Discounts and offers on a range of retail favourite stores as well as banking and insurance products A range of flexible working and leave options, including 20 weeks paid parental leave, 4 weeks paid secondary carer parental leave and unlimited paid emergency response leave Invest in your brighter future with ongoing study support and career development programs Give back to our communities with payroll giving, donation matching and paid volunteer leave Prioritise your work/life balance with our robust employee assistance program and dedicated employee council Employee benefits | Suncorp Group At Suncorp we build inclusion by providing an environment where everyone is able to be themselves and feel valued, involved and respected for their perspectives and contribution. • Sat, 08 JunShannons Insurance
Actuarial Intern » The Rocks, Sydney - At Allianz, we're proud to be one of the world's leading insurance and asset management brands, with a workforce as diverse as the world around us. We care about our customers, which is why we hire the very best people to further our commitment to securing the future of our customers, partners, and the community so we're ready when they need it most. We offer our people a workplace where everyone feels like they belong, while promoting a culture of lifelong learning, development, and global mobility. Join us and share your ideas, be inspired, give back and feel proud to be a part an organisation doing meaningful work that matters like tackling climate change, mental health, and well-being. Let's care for tomorrow, so we can create a better future together, for everyone. Actuarial Intern | Sydney - NSW Work 20 hours a week part-time whilst completing your study 5-month Semester Internship Program to build your actuarial skills and experience Hands-on role with dedicated coaching and development support Our Actuarial Semester Internship Program will provide you with the opportunity to receive a tailored and supportive early career experience. At Allianz, we have Actuaries across Technical, Finance and Personal Injury divisions. Our Actuarial Intern will be joining either one of the following areas: Actuarial Pricing and Data Analytics (Technical division) - Pricing and analytics for general insurance products (e.g. Motor, Home, CTP and Commercial lines); profitability reviews; premium filings for Regulators (CTP); monitoring and reporting. Personal Injury - Pricing and profitability; valuations; segmentation analysis; monitoring and reporting. Finance - Capital Management and Reserving. To be successful in this role we need analytical thinkers who learn and adapt quickly, have strong interpersonal skills and can develop relationships with key stakeholders. About you You are a final year Actuarial undergraduate student. You will be available to work a minimum of 20 hours per week during your semester internship. You are an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or hold Australian Permanent Residency at the time of application. You must attach your most up to date University results in the form of an Academic Transcript or university-issued proof of results. You must attach a cover letter outlining your suitability to the role and a resume. What's on offer? On-the-job development and technical training to assist you to accelerate your skills. Support, mentoring and leadership through Senior Leaders and our Talent Management team. An attractive range of employee benefits, including insurance at discounted rates, community support programs and flexible leave arrangements. Market competitive remuneration. About us At Allianz, we care about everything that makes you, you. We believe in an equitable workplace that celebrates diversity and inclusion, where people of all genders, ages, religions, sexual orientations, abilities, and work statuses are not only welcomed, but valued for the perspectives and talents they bring to work. We are committed to fostering an environment where everyone can thrive, grow, and contribute their unique perspectives to our collective success and reach their fullest potential. Adjustments and support If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process, we encourage you to reach out to careersallianz.com.au for a confidential conversation. Join us. Let's care for tomorrow. www.allianz.com.au/careers • Fri, 07 JunAllianz
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Actuarial Studies » The Rocks, Sydney - PRIMARY DETAIL Exciting opportunity for highly qualified academic with scholarly expertise and professional qualification in actuarial studies to join our dynamic team. THE ROLE Salary Package: Lecturer, Level B ($115,787 - $136,995), Senior Lecturer, Level C ($141,376 - $162,584), Associate Professor, Level D ($169,789 - $186,756), Professor Level E ($208,154 - $217,995) plus 17% employer's superannuation, annual leave loading and the opportunity for a salary loading Appointment Type: Full-time, continuing Location: Macquarie University (North Ryde) The Role Macquarie University's prestigious actuarial group seeks a highly qualified academic with scholarly expertise and professional qualification in actuarial studies. To be successful in the role you will make a strong contribution to research and to teaching at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You may also proactively contribute to the efforts of the Department to enhance its reputation with external audiences and have experience in leading actuarial programs and/or actuarial research. Applications from academia and/or industry are welcomed. The role is open to both local and overseas applicants. Visa sponsorship is available for the selected candidate. About Us At the Macquarie Business School, we are an AACSB accredited and highly engaged business school, applying our knowledge to make a positive impact on our stakeholders. Working with our corporate partners, students and alumni, we create and share research that addresses business and societal challenges. We attract independent thinkers from all corners of the globe and draw on our international connections to improve the lives of communities worldwide. Our courses are recognised by key industry bodies. Macquarie University has been a leading provider of actuarial education for over 50 years. As the first university to be accredited with a professional actuarial body in the world, we have consistently delivered a first-class experience to our students. In addition to being accredited with the Actuaries Institute, the Department is also recognised as a Centre of Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries. We are one of the leading actuarial groups in the world and are ranked 3 globally among business schools in the UNL Global Research Rankings of Actuarial Science and Risk Management & Insurance. We have a large group of actuarially qualified staff who work to produce world class research which is at the forefront of the discipline. We have expertise in a range of endeavours from applied through to the more theoretical. Staff are given financial support for their research endeavour. Being a member of a large department, you will have a fair teaching load that provides you with time to engage fully with your research. In our department, we work closely with the discipline of business analytics, which offers new research and teaching opportunities in data science, artificial intelligence, and cyber security. In the latest QS 2024 Subject Rankings, Macquarie is ranked 48th globally in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence and fifth in Australia. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online by submitting the following documents: A statement addressing the relevant selection criteria below for the level at which you are applying; and A current curriculum vitae (CV); Selection Criteria Level B -Lecturer A PhD (completed or near completion) in actuarial studies or a related field; for applicants with professional/industry background and no PhD, an interest in undertaking a PhD degree while working full-time at Macquarie University. A record of research and/or innovation in actuarial studies or a related field; Interest in attracting funds from external funding bodies; Engagement, or a plan for engagement, with the wider community in order to further enhance teaching and/or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; An ability to develop new approaches to teaching in actuarial studies including online and digital approaches to the delivery of coursework programs; Evidence of work as a team player in the delivery of administrative tasks related to teaching and research; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Level C - Senior Lecturer A PhD in actuarial studies or a related field; for applicants with strong professional/industry background and no PhD, an interest in undertaking a PhD degree while working full-time at Macquarie University. A strong record of research and/or innovation in actuarial studies or a related field; A research agenda which provides scope for attracting funds from external funding bodies; Engagement, or a plan for engagement, with the wider community in order to further enhance teaching and or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; An ability to develop new approaches to teaching in actuarial studies including online and digital approaches to the delivery of coursework programs; Evidence of work as a team player in the delivery of administrative tasks related to teaching and research; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Level D - Associate Professor A PhD in actuarial studies or a related field; A very strong track record of research in actuarial studies or a related field in major actuarial journals and/or A outlets as per ABDC journal list with a developing international reputation; Demonstrated ability to attract funds to support research; A demonstrated record of engagement with the wider community in order to derive benefits for teaching and/or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; Evidence of leadership in course development and/or teaching innovation in actuarial studies; Experience with online or alternative modes of delivery of teaching; Capacity to take on a leadership role in the Department - for example as program director or as a research director; Capacity to mentor colleagues, higher degree research students and coursework program students in actuarial studies and related fields; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Level E - Professor A PhD in actuarial studies or a related field; An excellent track record of research in actuarial studies or a related field in major actuarial journals and/or A outlets as per ABDC journal list with a distinguished international reputation; Demonstrated leadership and ability to attract funds to support research; A demonstrated record of leadership and engagement with the wider community in order to derive benefits for teaching and/or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; Experience with online or alternative modes of delivery of teaching; An excellent record of leadership in course development and/or teaching innovation in actuarial studies; Evidence of leadership in the delivery of actuarial programs and/or actuarial research; Capacity to mentor colleagues, higher degree research students and coursework program students in actuarial studies and related fields; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Specific Role Enquiries: Professor Babak Abedin, Babak.Abedinmq.edu.au General Recruitment Enquiries: Samantha Poulos, HR Consultant, Samantha.poulosmq.edu.au Applications Close: Tuesday, 30 July 2024 at 11:55pm (AEST) If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 30/07/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub. • Fri, 07 JunMacquarie University
Claims Performance Optimisation Specialist » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description The role of Claims Performance Optimisation Specialist (CPOS) exists to enable the delivery of Life claims excellence through provision of insights and solution recommendations which ensure the Claims team can achieve current scorecard objectives, while meeting or exceeding the needs of our customers. The role supports the Claims Performance Optimisation Manager in the development of claims specific data driven insights via analysis of all key drivers from an operational, technical and quality perspective. The role will liaise and work collaboratively with other functional areas internally such as the D&A team, Finance, Actuarial and the wider TAL teams to ensure continuous improvement and consistency is developed and maintained within the wider TAL Group. For the CPOS to succeed, they must work with the full range of stakeholders within the Claims Business and other internal TAL stakeholders to continually improve Claim outcomes for our customers and partners. They must support Claim Operations with experience insights and trends along with deep dive data, review and provide advice utilising data and business knowledge to generate actionable insights. They are expected to regularly communicate with, and influence, stakeholders at the Manager and Head Of level within Claims in order to drive outcomes within the Claims Business. A key function of the role will be to embed change within the Business, as new reports and tools are rolled out. The CPOS must be able to effectively manage these change activities, including engaging all stakeholder groups, preparing and presenting training content, and influencing and reporting on take up and effectiveness of the new tools. • Fri, 07 JunTAL

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Risk Consulting - Consultant to Director » Sydney, NSW - such as product pricing, liability valuations, appointed actuary advice, broader advisory engagements, and predictive analytics work... to General Insurance or Life Insurance industry sectors Providing advisory / consulting services across actuary, pricing... • Wed, 05 JunKPMG$65000 - 200000 per year
Risk Consulting - Consultant to Senior Consultant 60 k to 80 k » Sydney, NSW - . You will be involved in assignments such as product pricing, liability valuations, appointed actuary advice, broader advisory engagements... services across actuary, pricing, valuations, strategy advice and mergers and acquisitions Providing analytical expertise... • Wed, 05 JunKPMG$60001 - 80000 per year
Risk Consulting - Senior Consultant to Manager 80 k to 100 k » Sydney, NSW - . You will be involved in assignments such as product pricing, liability valuations, appointed actuary advice, broader advisory engagements... services across actuary, pricing, valuations, strategy advice and mergers and acquisitions Providing analytical expertise... • Wed, 05 JunKPMG$80001 - 100000 per year
Risk Consulting - Manager to Director 100 k+ » Sydney, NSW - . You will be involved in assignments such as product pricing, liability valuations, appointed actuary advice, broader advisory engagements... services across actuary, pricing, valuations, strategy advice and mergers and acquisitions Providing analytical expertise... • Wed, 05 JunKPMG$100000 per year
Administrator – UNSW Business School (School of Risk and Actuarial Studies) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type: Continuing, Full Time (35-hour week) Remuneration: Level 5 position ($82,818 - $93,711 17% Superannuation) Location: Kensington, NSW (Hybrid Flexible Working available from home and on campus) Enjoy a career that makes a difference by collaborating & learning from the best. Why Your Role Matters: The Administrator will coordinate and manager the general administration within the UNSW Business School (Sch Exp R&A). The Administrator will provide effective administrative support to School academic staff, to ensure all services are provided efficiently to meet the operating needs of the Faculty. This role will have a range of responsibilities from research seminars, HDR student support, accreditation administration, visitors management and supporting the Research Committees (e.g., scheduler and minute taker). We strongly encourage applicants to apply with experience in the University sector. Accountabilities: (please review the Position Description for a full list of Accountabilities) Provide high level administrative support to the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies and other nominated teams across UNSW Business School. Act as the first point of contact for internal and external stakeholders, maintaining effective channels of communication, analysing requests and correspondence to prioritise as well as urgent and often sensitive matters. Provide effective specialist advice relating to administrative guidelines, processes, and activities. Develop and maintain detailed filing systems, spreadsheets, databases, websites, and other administrative systems. Draft agendas, minutes, correspondence, briefing notes, and guidelines for specific committees and meetings as required. Respond to a range of in-person, telephone and email enquiries from internal and external stakeholders, and initiate, action or escalate as necessary. Review and monitor finance administration requests, including but not limited to, purchasing, travel, credit card reconciliation, expense reimbursements, payment requests and billing processes. Arrange, support and promote meetings and events for internal and external stakeholders. Undertake induction and new starter process for new staff and visitors including access to systems and building and site orientation. Who You Are: To be considered you will hold Australian Working Rights or Australian Citizenship. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. (please review the Position Description for a full list of skills and experience) Relevant tertiary qualification with subsequent relevant experience or equivalent competence gained through any combination of education, training and experience. Advanced time management, organisational and problem-solving skills, including the ability to meet deadlines. Well-developed interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated experience providing effective customer service and support to clients at all levels. Highly proficient computer literacy with excellent skills in Microsoft Office applications. Ability to make sound judgements and work both independently and as part of a team. Demonstrated experience supporting and contributing to projects and initiatives. Advanced numeracy skills. Benefits and Culture: People are at the core of everything we do. We recognise it is the contributions of our staff who make UNSW one of the best universities in Australia and the world. Our benefits include: Flexible Working Options Career development opportunities 17% Superannuation contributions and additional leave loading payments Additional 3 days of leave over Christmas period Discounts and entitlements (retail, education, fitness) For further details on the benefits, please visit https://www.jobs.unsw.edu.au/lifestyle-benefits How to Apply: Submit both a Cover Letter and CV online via the UNSW Job Board before Sunday 16 th June 2024 by 11:30pm. Please ensure your cover letter addresses the selection criteria for this position (no more than 1-2 pages). A copy of the full PD: Position Description - Administrator.pdf Get in Touch: Any applications sent to the contacts below will not be accepted. If you have any queries about the role, please contact Shreejana Niraula, School Manager at shreejana.niraulaunsw.edu.au . If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please contact Allyssar Hamoud, Talent Acquisition Coordinator at a.hamoudunsw.edu.au UNSW is committed to evolving a culture that embraces equity and supports a diverse and inclusive community where everyone can participate fairly, in a safe and respectful environment. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and encourage applications from people of diverse gender, sexual orientation, cultural and linguistic backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability and those with caring and family responsibilities. UNSW provides workplace adjustments for people with disability, and access to flexible work options for eligible staff. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. • Tue, 04 JunUniversity of New South Wales
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Actuarial Studies » Australia - PRIMARY DETAIL Exciting opportunity for highly qualified academic with scholarly expertise and professional qualification in actuarial studies to join our dynamic team. THE ROLE Salary Package: Lecturer, Level B ($115,787 - $136,995), Senior Lecturer, Level C ($141,376 - $162,584), Associate Professor, Level D ($169,789 – $186,756), Professor Level E ($208,154 – $217,995) plus 17% employer’s superannuation, annual leave loading and the opportunity for a salary loading Appointment Type: Full-time, continuing Location: Macquarie University (North Ryde) The Role Macquarie University’s prestigious actuarial group seeks a highly qualified academic with scholarly expertise and professional qualification in actuarial studies. To be successful in the role you will make a strong contribution to research and to teaching at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You may also proactively contribute to the efforts of the Department to enhance its reputation with external audiences and have experience in leading actuarial programs and/or actuarial research. Applications from academia and/or industry are welcomed. The role is open to both local and overseas applicants. Visa sponsorship is available for the selected candidate. About Us At the Macquarie Business School, we are an AACSB accredited and highly engaged business school, applying our knowledge to make a positive impact on our stakeholders. Working with our corporate partners, students and alumni, we create and share research that addresses business and societal challenges. We attract independent thinkers from all corners of the globe and draw on our international connections to improve the lives of communities worldwide. Our courses are recognised by key industry bodies. Macquarie University has been a leading provider of actuarial education for over 50 years. As the first university to be accredited with a professional actuarial body in the world, we have consistently delivered a first-class experience to our students. In addition to being accredited with the Actuaries Institute, the Department is also recognised as a Centre of Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries. We are one of the leading actuarial groups in the world and are ranked 3 globally among business schools in the UNL Global Research Rankings of Actuarial Science and Risk Management & Insurance. We have a large group of actuarially qualified staff who work to produce world class research which is at the forefront of the discipline. We have expertise in a range of endeavours from applied through to the more theoretical. Staff are given financial support for their research endeavour. Being a member of a large department, you will have a fair teaching load that provides you with time to engage fully with your research. In our department, we work closely with the discipline of business analytics, which offers new research and teaching opportunities in data science, artificial intelligence, and cyber security. In the latest QS 2024 Subject Rankings, Macquarie is ranked 48th globally in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence and fifth in Australia. To Apply To be considered for this position, please apply online by submitting the following documents: A statement addressing the relevant selection criteria below for the level at which you are applying; and A current curriculum vitae (CV); Selection Criteria Level B –Lecturer A PhD (completed or near completion) in actuarial studies or a related field; for applicants with professional/industry background and no PhD, an interest in undertaking a PhD degree while working full-time at Macquarie University. A record of research and/or innovation in actuarial studies or a related field; Interest in attracting funds from external funding bodies; Engagement, or a plan for engagement, with the wider community in order to further enhance teaching and/or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; An ability to develop new approaches to teaching in actuarial studies including online and digital approaches to the delivery of coursework programs; Evidence of work as a team player in the delivery of administrative tasks related to teaching and research; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Level C – Senior Lecturer A PhD in actuarial studies or a related field; for applicants with strong professional/industry background and no PhD, an interest in undertaking a PhD degree while working full-time at Macquarie University. A strong record of research and/or innovation in actuarial studies or a related field; A research agenda which provides scope for attracting funds from external funding bodies; Engagement, or a plan for engagement, with the wider community in order to further enhance teaching and or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; An ability to develop new approaches to teaching in actuarial studies including online and digital approaches to the delivery of coursework programs; Evidence of work as a team player in the delivery of administrative tasks related to teaching and research; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Level D – Associate Professor A PhD in actuarial studies or a related field; A very strong track record of research in actuarial studies or a related field in major actuarial journals and/or A outlets as per ABDC journal list with a developing international reputation; Demonstrated ability to attract funds to support research; A demonstrated record of engagement with the wider community in order to derive benefits for teaching and/or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; Evidence of leadership in course development and/or teaching innovation in actuarial studies; Experience with online or alternative modes of delivery of teaching; Capacity to take on a leadership role in the Department - for example as program director or as a research director; Capacity to mentor colleagues, higher degree research students and coursework program students in actuarial studies and related fields; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Level E – Professor A PhD in actuarial studies or a related field; An excellent track record of research in actuarial studies or a related field in major actuarial journals and/or A outlets as per ABDC journal list with a distinguished international reputation; Demonstrated leadership and ability to attract funds to support research; A demonstrated record of leadership and engagement with the wider community in order to derive benefits for teaching and/or research outcomes; A record of high-quality teaching in actuarial studies; Experience with online or alternative modes of delivery of teaching; An excellent record of leadership in course development and/or teaching innovation in actuarial studies; Evidence of leadership in the delivery of actuarial programs and/or actuarial research; Capacity to mentor colleagues, higher degree research students and coursework program students in actuarial studies and related fields; Professional qualification of the Actuaries Institute, Society of Actuaries or equivalent (or on track to achieve a qualification). Specific Role Enquiries: Professor Babak Abedin, Babak.Abedinmq.edu.au General Recruitment Enquiries: Samantha Poulos, HR Consultant, Samantha.poulosmq.edu.au Applications Close: Tuesday, 30 July 2024 at 11:55pm (AEST) If you're already part of the Macquarie Group (MQ University, UMQ, MQ Health, MGSM), you'll need to apply through your employee Workday account. To apply for this job: Login to Workday and go to the Careers App > Find Jobs. Applications Close: 30/07/2024 11:59 PM Diversity and Inclusion Innovation and ingenuity thrive at Macquarie University when diversity, equity and inclusion take centre stage. At the University, we embrace a culture where diversity of background, experience and perspective are fundamental to our success. We do not discriminate on gender identity, age, culture, disability, sexuality, Indigeneity, family and caring responsibilities or religion. See our journey towards leadership in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. Flexible Work At Macquarie, we believe by providing flexibility in when, where and how work is done, we can support our staff to manage their personal commitments, while optimising their work performance and contributions to the University. See how we lead in flexible work to enable an outcome focused and inclusive workplace. To learn more about our culture and hiring process, explore our Candidate Resource Hub . • Tue, 04 JunMacquarie University
National Portfolio Manager - Rural » Australia - Primary Details Time Type: Full time Worker Type: Employee National Portfolio Manager - Rural Location: Open Nationally Type: Permanent, full-time hours The opportunity We have an exciting opportunity to join the Chief Underwriting Office as National Portfolio Manager - Rural. In this role you will set the strategic direction for underwriting portfolio management with a 3-year horizon to ensure effective use of underwriting capital to deliver on profitability and growth of insurance products. You will do this by drawing in external thinking and internal analysis and challenging the status-quo. QBE is the market leader in the rural sector and about to embark on modernisation journey, so truly a transformation time to be part of the CUO team. Your new role A day in the role may look a bit like this; Setting and driving an in-year underwriting strategy and monitoring key performance indicators Lead your allocated portfolio by providing strategic underwriting leadership, portfolio management and technical expertise Proactively partner with stakeholders to drive product development, profitability and growth whilst seeking to minimise volatility Ensure uplift of technical underwriting capabilities and future proofing of the Underwriting function within QBE Deliver well considered, nuanced strategic underwriting advice, taking into account organisational context, best practice and competitor landscape Lead the effective translation of AUSPAC strategic priorities and business product strategy into underwriting and product delivery Work with actuarial and D&A teams to develop and refine portfolio analysis Contribute to the refinement of processes and procedures to improve the underwriting systems and procedures Develop strong working relationships with stakeholders including distribution, actuarial, legal and compliance, marketing and reinsurance About you To be successful in this role you will ideally have 10 years of relevant underwriting experience as well as experience in a national underwriting/portfolio management role. You will also have… Advanced knowledge of risk management, portfolio management and underwriting Experience building relationships, communicating, negotiating and influencing at a senior level within the insurance industry Experience with digital/commodity products Advanced knowledge of risk management, portfolio management and underwriting Effective planning and budgeting skills Strong financial aptitude including insurance pricing principles Experience in the Rural Insurance segment will be well regarded About QBE We can never really predict what's around the corner, but at QBE we're asking the right questions to enable a more resilient future - helping those around us build strength and embrace change to their advantage. We're an international insurer that's building momentum towards realising our vision of becoming the most consistent and innovative risk partner. And our people will be at the centre of our success. We're proud to work together, and encourage each other enable resilience for our customers, our environment, our economies and our communities. With more than more than 13,000 people working across 27 countries, we're big enough to make a real impact, but small enough to provide a friendly workplace, where people are down-to-earth, passionate and kind. We believe this is our moment - what if it was yours too? Your career at QBE - let's make it happen Benefits We offer a range of benefits to help provide holistic support for your work life, whatever your circumstances. As a QBE employee you will have access to and benefit from: 'Hybrid Working' - a mix of working from home and in the office to enhance your work/life balance Our 'Thriving at our Best' wellbeing program, including free holistic wellbeing coaching, nutritional, confidential counselling, financial and legal advice 18 weeks' gender-equal flexible leave for all new parents, including paid super The ability to maximise retirement savings through voluntary super contributions and company matching Income protection insurance & reimbursed Death and Total Permanent Disability insurance premiums Additional leave and support through QBE's Family Domestic Violence First Responder Network Discounts on insurance products, car hire, hotels, goods and services including benefits through our various sports and arts sponsorship partners Rewards & Recognition We value our employee's experience with us and are proud to have been recognised for the following awards: 2021 LinkedIn Top Employer & HRD Employer of Choice 2020 Best Workplace Diversity & Inclusion and Excellence Award for Best Health & Wellbeing at the Australian HR Awards Gold Employer status for 4 years in a row 2019 - 2022 Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) - the definitive national benchmark on LGBTQI workplace inclusion Ranked 6th place in the AAGE Top Graduate Employers 2021 as voted by graduates Top 20 Workplaces for Dads in 2019 and 2020 (HBF Direct Advice for Dads) Family First accredited employer since 2021 Apply now APPLY NOW and let's make it happen Click APPLY to submit your application. Successful applicants will need to complete work rights, police and credit checks through our online provider as a condition of employment. QBE recognise the value of diverse perspectives and experience. We are committed to an inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and respected for who they are. If we can provide support with accessibility requirements and adjustments, alternative work arrangements or you would like to connect with one of our employee networks at any stage of the recruitment process, please contact us at recruitmentqbe.com Application Close Date: 06/06/2024 11:59 PM How to Apply: To submit your application, click "Apply" and follow the step by step process. Equal Employment Opportunity: QBE is an equal opportunity employer and is required to comply with equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction it operates. • Tue, 04 JunQBE Insurance Group Limited
National Portfolio Manager - Rural » The Rocks, Sydney - Primary Details Time Type: Full time Worker Type: Employee National Portfolio Manager - Rural Location: Open Nationally Type: Permanent, full-time hours The opportunity We have an exciting opportunity to join the Chief Underwriting Office as National Portfolio Manager - Rural. In this role you will set the strategic direction for underwriting portfolio management with a 3-year horizon to ensure effective use of underwriting capital to deliver on profitability and growth of insurance products. You will do this by drawing in external thinking and internal analysis and challenging the status-quo. QBE is the market leader in the rural sector and about to embark on modernisation journey, so truly a transformation time to be part of the CUO team. Your new role A day in the role may look a bit like this; Setting and driving an in-year underwriting strategy and monitoring key performance indicators Lead your allocated portfolio by providing strategic underwriting leadership, portfolio management and technical expertise Proactively partner with stakeholders to drive product development, profitability and growth whilst seeking to minimise volatility Ensure uplift of technical underwriting capabilities and future proofing of the Underwriting function within QBE Deliver well considered, nuanced strategic underwriting advice, taking into account organisational context, best practice and competitor landscape Lead the effective translation of AUSPAC strategic priorities and business product strategy into underwriting and product delivery Work with actuarial and D&A teams to develop and refine portfolio analysis Contribute to the refinement of processes and procedures to improve the underwriting systems and procedures Develop strong working relationships with stakeholders including distribution, actuarial, legal and compliance, marketing and reinsurance About you To be successful in this role you will ideally have 10 years of relevant underwriting experience as well as experience in a national underwriting/portfolio management role. You will also have… Advanced knowledge of risk management, portfolio management and underwriting Experience building relationships, communicating, negotiating and influencing at a senior level within the insurance industry Experience with digital/commodity products Advanced knowledge of risk management, portfolio management and underwriting Effective planning and budgeting skills Strong financial aptitude including insurance pricing principles Experience in the Rural Insurance segment will be well regarded About QBE We can never really predict what's around the corner, but at QBE we're asking the right questions to enable a more resilient future - helping those around us build strength and embrace change to their advantage. We're an international insurer that's building momentum towards realising our vision of becoming the most consistent and innovative risk partner. And our people will be at the centre of our success. We're proud to work together, and encourage each other enable resilience for our customers, our environment, our economies and our communities. With more than more than 13,000 people working across 27 countries, we're big enough to make a real impact, but small enough to provide a friendly workplace, where people are down-to-earth, passionate and kind. We believe this is our moment - what if it was yours too? Your career at QBE - let's make it happen Benefits We offer a range of benefits to help provide holistic support for your work life, whatever your circumstances. As a QBE employee you will have access to and benefit from: 'Hybrid Working' - a mix of working from home and in the office to enhance your work/life balance Our 'Thriving at our Best' wellbeing program, including free holistic wellbeing coaching, nutritional, confidential counselling, financial and legal advice 18 weeks' gender-equal flexible leave for all new parents, including paid super The ability to maximise retirement savings through voluntary super contributions and company matching Income protection insurance & reimbursed Death and Total Permanent Disability insurance premiums Additional leave and support through QBE's Family Domestic Violence First Responder Network Discounts on insurance products, car hire, hotels, goods and services including benefits through our various sports and arts sponsorship partners Rewards & Recognition We value our employee's experience with us and are proud to have been recognised for the following awards: 2021 LinkedIn Top Employer & HRD Employer of Choice 2020 Best Workplace Diversity & Inclusion and Excellence Award for Best Health & Wellbeing at the Australian HR Awards Gold Employer status for 4 years in a row 2019 - 2022 Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) - the definitive national benchmark on LGBTQI workplace inclusion Ranked 6th place in the AAGE Top Graduate Employers 2021 as voted by graduates Top 20 Workplaces for Dads in 2019 and 2020 (HBF Direct Advice for Dads) Family First accredited employer since 2021 Apply now APPLY NOW and let's make it happen Click APPLY to submit your application. Successful applicants will need to complete work rights, police and credit checks through our online provider as a condition of employment. QBE recognise the value of diverse perspectives and experience. We are committed to an inclusive workplace where everyone feels valued and respected for who they are. If we can provide support with accessibility requirements and adjustments, alternative work arrangements or you would like to connect with one of our employee networks at any stage of the recruitment process, please contact us at recruitmentqbe.com Application Close Date: 06/06/2024 11:59 PM How to Apply: To submit your application, click "Apply" and follow the step by step process. Equal Employment Opportunity: QBE is an equal opportunity employer and is required to comply with equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction it operates. • Tue, 04 JunQBE Insurance Group Limited
Actuarial Consultant » The Rocks, Sydney - Marsh is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Sydney CBD office: Actuarial Consultant What can you expect? An opportunity has arisen for an Actuarial Consultant to join our Marsh Advisory team, based in Sydney. This role is integral to the delivery of actuarial management services to our clients. You will Independently lead and manage diverse and complex projects. More specifically, you will be responsible for: Development and application of modelling skills End to end delivery of client engagements Communicate key insights to clients and internal stakeholders Build and manage trusted client relationships Identify opportunities to improve business outcomes Types of Projects: Actuarial reserving Technical pricing for commercial lines (property, liability, professional indemnity, workers compensation etc), cyber loss modelling Stochastic loss modelling Risk finance optimization and strategic review of insurance program Limit validation reviews Alternative risk transfer feasibility reviews What is in it for you? Study support and benefits Flexible working arrangements Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organization Excellent career opportunities Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues What makes this role exciting? Work on a wide range of ASX100 client projects Gain exposure to a range of clients across all industries and business challenges Communicate to technical and non-technical stakeholders Be part of a 150 global analytics actuarial team to create analytical models and cutting-edge solutions Be part of the largest broking and risk management organization to service large multinational corporations to small businesses Exciting opportunities to work on projects with all MMC businesses including Mercer, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman What you need to have: Degree qualification in a related field e.g. Actuarial Studies, Data Science, Statistics or other relevant technical field Well-rounded and ability to communicate effectively What makes you stand out? Can communicate effectively with strong attention to detail Work autonomously Team mindset Work collaboratively within fast paced working environment Excellent interpersonal skills and can build relationships with external and internal stakeholders Manage multiple priorities Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to mentor junior team members as appropriate About Marsh: Marsh is the world's leading insurance broker and risk adviser. With more than 45,000 colleagues operating in more than 130 countries, Marsh serves commercial and individual clients with data driven risk solutions and advisory services. Marsh is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the leading global professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy, and people. With annual revenue of over $20 billion, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment through four market-leading businesses: Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman. For more information, visit marshmclennan.com, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections, and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. At Marsh we recognise that our people have different priorities and commitments. We are passionate about providing an inclusive workplace that supports all of our employees in managing those priorities, and we celebrate the diversity of all the family groups that make up our extended Marsh family. Marsh is proud to be an accredited Family Friendly Workplace www.familyfriendlyworkplaces.com, and a Work 180 endorsed employer. For information on the benefits and policies at Marsh visit www.work180.com and search "Marsh" under endorsed employers. Please note: Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. All offers of employment are contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check including criminal record check, previous employment history and financial stability. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. • Tue, 04 JunMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Actuarial Consultant » The Rocks, Sydney - Company: Marsh Description: Marsh is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Sydney CBD office: Actuarial Consultant What can you expect? An opportunity has arisen for an Actuarial Consultant to join our Marsh Advisory team, based in Sydney. This role is integral to the delivery of actuarial management services to our clients. You will Independently lead and manage diverse and complex projects. More specifically, you will be responsible for: Development and application of modelling skills End to end delivery of client engagements Communicate key insights to clients and internal stakeholders Build and manage trusted client relationships Identify opportunities to improve business outcomes Types of Projects: Actuarial reserving Technical pricing for commercial lines (property, liability, professional indemnity, workers compensation etc), cyber loss modelling Stochastic loss modelling Risk finance optimization and strategic review of insurance program Limit validation reviews Alternative risk transfer feasibility reviews What is in it for you? Study support and benefits Flexible working arrangements Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organization Excellent career opportunities Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues What makes this role exciting? Work on a wide range of ASX100 client projects Gain exposure to a range of clients across all industries and business challenges Communicate to technical and non-technical stakeholders Be part of a 150 global analytics actuarial team to create analytical models and cutting-edge solutions Be part of the largest broking and risk management organization to service large multinational corporations to small businesses Exciting opportunities to work on projects with all MMC businesses including Mercer, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman What you need to have: Degree qualification in a related field e.g. Actuarial Studies, Data Science, Statistics or other relevant technical field Well-rounded and ability to communicate effectively What makes you stand out? Can communicate effectively with strong attention to detail Work autonomously Team mindset Work collaboratively within fast paced working environment Excellent interpersonal skills and can build relationships with external and internal stakeholders Manage multiple priorities Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills Ability to mentor junior team members as appropriate About Marsh: Marsh is the world's leading insurance broker and risk adviser. With more than 45,000 colleagues operating in more than 130 countries, Marsh serves commercial and individual clients with data driven risk solutions and advisory services. Marsh is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the leading global professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy, and people. With annual revenue of over $20 billion, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment through four market-leading businesses: Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman. For more information, visit marshmclennan.com, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter. Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections, and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. At Marsh we recognise that our people have different priorities and commitments. We are passionate about providing an inclusive workplace that supports all of our employees in managing those priorities, and we celebrate the diversity of all the family groups that make up our extended Marsh family. Marsh is proud to be an accredited Family Friendly Workplace www.familyfriendlyworkplaces.com, and a Work 180 endorsed employer. For information on the benefits and policies at Marsh visit www.work180.com and search "Marsh" under endorsed employers. Please note: Applications will only be accepted from candidates who have the appropriate approval to work in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete Criminal Record check prior to commencement of employment. All offers of employment are contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check including criminal record check, previous employment history and financial stability. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. • Mon, 03 JunClark Insurance
Business Systems Analyst - Financial Modelling Software » The Rocks, Sydney - We are looking for a Business Systems Analyst who will work as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to join our agile team of highly skilled actuaries, product owners, financial modellers and software engineers. SMEs engage with stakeholders to develop a vision of how to achieve business goals. The SME then works closely with other team members to translate that vision into features or functionality in our financial modelling software. The Role Work with local and global team members and internal and external stakeholders to translate requirements into User Stories Research and development of actuarial/financial models and mathematical methodologies including AI integration Active engagement and participation in the full software development lifecycle - from design to deployment in an SME capacity Participate in Agile/scrum activities (sprint planning, stand-ups, retrospectives), striving to continuously improve the team velocity, its processes and engineering practices Preparation of reports and documentation associated with actuarial/financial models and software features Provision of technical, product and modelling support services to both internal and external clients. Support for scrum masters and project managers as required As a member of ICT, which brings an exciting mix of Actuarial skills and Software Engineering to build next generation Insurtech, you will drive your own career progression, acquiring new skills via training and by learning from your colleagues, expanding your experience by working on different projects and gradually taking on additional duties and responsibilities. You will also have an opportunity to move into product owner, product manager, software architecture, engineering, project management, quality assurance, DevSecOps or any another specialisation area, when you are ready. We offer the flexibility to study towards a range of qualifications from both technical and business disciplines depending on the needs of the business and individuals. The Requirements You will be interested in the insurance sector and be passionate about financial modelling and software development in the Insurtech space. Some experience in the insurance sector, preferably using models for life insurance, capital modelling, valuations, reserving or pricing Tertiary qualifications in actuarial studies, computer science, finance, mathematics, statistics, engineering or physics Ability to understand complex modelling structures Excellent interpersonal and communication skills A well organised and detail-oriented way of working Great time management skills and an ability to effectively prioritise tasks A curious and mindset with a passion for learning and growth Other highly desirable, but not essential skills are: Progress towards Associate qualification with the Actuaries institute Proficient in MS Office packages Understanding of Azure DevOps and Git Programming experience in C++, C#, Excel/VBA, Python or other similar languages The Application Process Applications close Monday 17 June, 2024 Short-listed candidates will complete a video interview and written response Successful candidates invited to 1st interview via MS Teams Short-listed candidates for second and final interview via MS Teams To be considered for this role, please submit an up-to-date resume with a cover letter addressing your interest. Note: Employment-based visa sponsorship and/or assistance is not offered for this specific job opportunity. Why Join WTW? WTW provides a competitive benefits package which includes the following (eligibility requirements apply): Annual bonus Company paid salary continuance insurance Life and TPD insurance Hybrid working Networks (Gender, Wellbeing, Pride) Career Growth - internal opportunities and development programs At WTW, we trust you to know your work and the people, tools and environment you need to be successful. The majority of our colleagues work in a "hybrid" style, with a mix of in-person and in-office interactions dependent on the needs of the team, role and clients. Our flexibility is rooted in trust and "hybrid" is not a one-size-fits-all solution. We understand flexibility is key to supporting an inclusive and diverse workforce and so we encourage requests for all types of flexible working. Please speak to your recruiter to discuss more. At WTW, we believe that a culture of inclusion and diversity is critical to our business. It's not a separate initiative - rather it's fundamental to everything we do. We are an equal-opportunity employer who is committed to fostering an inclusive work environment and embrace diversity including gender, nationality, disability, age, marital/parental status, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. In the spirit of reconciliation, WTW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. SME/Analyst (ICT_TECH ED_2023_105R) • Sat, 01 JunWillis Towers Watson
Senior Actuarial Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Create impact as a Senior Actuarial Analyst Join the largest insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. Your Role As a Senior Actuarial Analyst, you'll be part of our Intermediated Insurance Australia (IIA) Reserving team and support better strategic decision through technical analysis of past experience and current trends to create insights into the future. This team focusses on the valuation of insurance liabilities for Intermediated portfolios in Australia and is focussed on delivering insights to the business. Outcomes include deployment of results into ledger, delivery of statutory and management reporting, and supporting the Group Actuary as required. In this role, you'll be responsible for data manipulation and modelling to generate and support the recommendation of Actuarial Liabilities, as well as delivery of Business Advisory covering claims experience, performance trends, and underlying risks and issues. You'll also support senior member of the team, learning processes and how they add value to the business through an understanding of the drivers of financial risk. This is a full-time permanent opportunity, based in either Sydney or Melbourne. About You Demonstrated experience in an Actuarial role Knowledge and understanding of actuarial valuation techniques Knowledge of Microsoft applications including Excel Knowledge with SAS, SQL, R or equivalent Tertiary qualifications in numerical or analytical disciplines i.e. Mathematics, Finance or Statistics or Actuarial related field with demonstrated experience. Applications close Wednesday 12th June, 23:59pm AEDT. ABOUT US IAG is the largest general insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. We're also a tech and research facility, a hub for climate change experts and a centre of resilience design. We chat over coffee with customers, advocate for them in the corridors of Parliament and back them up in the community when life's moments hit hardest. You'll know our brands - NRMA Insurance, CGU, WFI, ROLLiN', AMI, NZI, and State Insurance to name a few. Together they turn our IAG purpose of making your world safer into action by helping, supporting ambitions and making insurance accessible. We celebrate unique viewpoints shaped by life experiences, cultures and passions. We expand careers, genuinely connect with community, lead with a powerful purpose and celebrate what makes you individual. We're also guided by the knowledge and voice of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, businesses and communities. Collaborating on Indigenous-led solutions that enable growth, develop resilience and create meaningful change. We're passionate about social issues, walk the talk on sustainability and strive to do more than standard on things that matter, including women in senior leadership, Indigenous empowerment and creating inclusive environments. We're proud to be an accredited family-friendly workplace and are committed to being a safe and supportive space for all our employees. We do this because we're ready for you. All this shows up in what we offer: Grow your financial future with 13% superannuation as standard Access up to 50% off personal insurance, including home and motor insurance Flexibility through a program called MyFlex - supporting you to live life to the full Welcome Back cash bonus when returning from parental leave A certified Family Inclusive WorkplaceTM We're ready for you. Apply today. Learn more about who IAG is here. • Sat, 01 JunInsurance Australia Group
Business Systems Analyst - Financial Modelling Software » Sydney, Sydney Region - We are looking for a Business Systems Analyst who will work as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to join our agile team of highly skilled actuaries, product owners, financial modellers and software engineers. SMEs engage with stakeholders to develop a vision of how to achieve business goals. The SME then works closely with other team members to translate that vision into features or functionality in our financial modelling software. The Role - Work with local and global team members and internal and external stakeholders to translate requirements into User Stories - Research and development of actuarial/financial models and mathematical methodologies including AI integration - Active engagement and participation in the full software development lifecycle - from design to deployment in an SME capacity - Participate in Agile/scrum activities (sprint planning, stand-ups, retrospectives), striving to continuously improve the team velocity, its processes and engineering practices - Preparation of reports and documentation associated with actuarial/financial models and software features - Provision of technical, product and modelling support services to both internal and external clients. - Support for scrum masters and project managers as required As a member of ICT, which brings an exciting mix of Actuarial skills and Software Engineering to build next generation Insurtech, you will drive your own career progression, acquiring new skills via training and by learning from your colleagues, expanding your experience by working on different projects and gradually taking on additional duties and responsibilities. You will also have an opportunity to move into product owner, product manager, software architecture, engineering, project management, quality assurance, DevSecOps or any another specialisation area, when you are ready. We offer the flexibility to study towards a range of qualifications from both technical and business disciplines depending on the needs of the business and individuals. The Requirements You will be interested in the insurance sector and be passionate about financial modelling and software development in the Insurtech space. - Some experience in the insurance sector, preferably using models for life insurance, capital modelling, valuations, reserving or pricing - Tertiary qualifications in actuarial studies, computer science, finance, mathematics, statistics, engineering or physics - Ability to understand complex modelling structures - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills - A well organised and detail-oriented way of working - Great time management skills and an ability to effectively prioritise tasks - A curious and mindset with a passion for learning and growth Other highly desirable, but not essential skills are : - Progress towards Associate qualification with the Actuaries institute - Proficient in MS Office packages - Understanding of Azure DevOps and Git - Programming experience in C++, C#, Excel/VBA, Python or other similar languages The Application Process - Applications close Monday 17 June, 2024 - Short-listed candidates will complete a video interview and written response - Successful candidates invited to 1 st interview via MS Teams - Short-listed candidates for second and final interview via MS Teams To be considered for this role, please submit an up-to-date resume with a cover letter addressing your interest. Note: Employment-based visa sponsorship and/or assistance is not offered for this specific job opportunity. Why Join WTW? WTW provides a competitive benefits package which includes the following (eligibility requirements apply): - Annual bonus - Company paid salary continuance insurance - Life and TPD insurance - Hybrid working - Networks (Gender, Wellbeing, Pride) - Career Growth - internal opportunities and development programs At WTW, we trust you to know your work and the people, tools and environment you need to be successful. The majority of our colleagues work in a "hybrid" style, with a mix of in-person and in-office interactions dependent on the needs of the team, role and clients. Our flexibility is rooted in trust and "hybrid" is not a one-size-fits-all solution. We understand flexibility is key to supporting an inclusive and diverse workforce and so we encourage requests for all types of flexible working. Please speak to your recruiter to discuss more. At WTW, we believe that a culture of inclusion and diversity is critical to our business. It's not a separate initiative - rather it's fundamental to everything we do. We are an equal-opportunity employer who is committed to fostering an inclusive work environment and embrace diversity including gender, nationality, disability, age, marital/parental status, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. In the spirit of reconciliation, WTW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. SME/Analyst (ICTTECH ED2023_105R) • Fri, 31 MayWTW
Senior Pricing Advisor/Data Scientist » The Rocks, Sydney - Apply Senior Pricing Advisor/Data Scientist/Mathematicians Execute pricing initiatives & model development for CTP insurance products Brisbane/Sydney location preferred What you'll do: Provide insight on risk cost, market competition and best pricing strategy to business Contribute to a working group for price filing to regulators across all CTP privately written states (NSW, QLD, ACT, SA) Engage business stakeholders to understand objectives and effectively communicate pricing opportunities and recommendations Support CTP Pricing Managers and Portfolio Managers to deliver other business objectives. What you'll bring: Preferably Near/New Fellow of Institute of Actuaries of Australia or equivalent data scientist or Mathematicians Bachelor's Degree in Actuarial, Statistics, Mathematics, Data Science etc 5 years experience in general insurance pricing, other actuarial or data scientist roles Experience in using R, Python(Essential) Experience with SQL, Tableau, Power BI or R Shiny (Desirable) Knowledge of CTP insurance products and insurance P&L is well regarded Adept at communication and stakeholder engagement. What we can offer you: Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Referral Program ($600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Years of Service Recognition) Employee benefits | Suncorp Group If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please apply online today or for more information please contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au We believe we are at our best when our workforce is as diverse, talented and passionate as the communities in which we live and operate, and where our people feel included, valued and connected. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating a diverse, accessible, and inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process or in the workplace, we encourage you to contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au for a confidential conversation. • Fri, 31 MaySuncorp Australia
Senior Actuarial Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Apply Permanent opportunity Provide Pricing and Analytical advice Collaborate on projects Melbourne (preferred) OR Sydney CBD location The role of Senior Actuarial Analyst in the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department is to provide Pricing and Analytical service to the Consumer Insurance business. This position contributes to the Pricing & Analytics team's purpose of supporting the business to improve product profitability and the financial control of the insurance products. What you'll do (not limited to): Work with Senior Actuarial Advisors and Pricing Analytics Manager to develop, recommend and implement optimised pricing solution to achieve financial and non-financial business objectives Share technical and business knowledge to Actuarial analyst and rest of pricing team when required Work in groups, short and long-term projects or BAU Apply the thorough understanding of the insurance data assets to extract and manipulate data for business analysis purpose Use state-of-art internal Modelling Infrastructure to develop and enhance statistical and machine learning predictive models. This can be Risk Models, Demand Models and Competitor Models. Identify, investigate and introduce new way of modelling with the objective of improving model accuracy for better prediction Understand the end to end pricing ecosystems Improve risk selection and apply the insights of customer and market to formulate the best pricing offering to meet the business objectives and customers' needs. What you will bring: Experience with general insurance Analytical or Pricing related field of work for 2 years, desired but not mandatory Experience within general insurance - pricing modelling is desirable Demonstrated knowledge and experience within complex analytics and modelling project Effective communication, stakeholder engagement and interpersonal skills Results oriented, self-motivated with the ability to work in a fast-paced project environment. Experience working within an analytical role and/or using SAS, R, Python, SQL What's in it for you: Competitive salary package Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health & Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program, Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition). What you will love about working with us: Better outcomes for customers takes innovation, care and a laser focus. As part of the Suncorp Group, we're the go-getters working at the heart of some of Australia and New Zealand's most trusted names in banking and insurance to deliver just that - and then some. Here, you'll be equipped with all kinds of support and opportunities to make an impact, because our commitment to brightening lives extends to all our incredible people too. And in an organisation that measures success through the results we deliver for our customers, communities and each other, you'll thrive knowing you're making a genuine difference along the way. Suncorp has been awarded Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for seven years in a row. Chase the sun, apply online today. For further information contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au • Fri, 31 MaySuncorp Australia
Senior Actuarial Analyst » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Apply Permanent opportunity Provide Pricing and Analytical advice Collaborate on projects Melbourne (preferred) OR Sydney CBD location The role of Senior Actuarial Analyst in the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department is to provide Pricing and Analytical service to the Consumer Insurance business. This position contributes to the Pricing & Analytics team's purpose of supporting the business to improve product profitability and the financial control of the insurance products. What you'll do (not limited to): Work with Senior Actuarial Advisors and Pricing Analytics Manager to develop, recommend and implement optimised pricing solution to achieve financial and non-financial business objectives Share technical and business knowledge to Actuarial analyst and rest of pricing team when required Work in groups, short and long-term projects or BAU Apply the thorough understanding of the insurance data assets to extract and manipulate data for business analysis purpose Use state-of-art internal Modelling Infrastructure to develop and enhance statistical and machine learning predictive models. This can be Risk Models, Demand Models and Competitor Models. Identify, investigate and introduce new way of modelling with the objective of improving model accuracy for better prediction Understand the end to end pricing ecosystems Improve risk selection and apply the insights of customer and market to formulate the best pricing offering to meet the business objectives and customers' needs. What you will bring: Experience with general insurance Analytical or Pricing related field of work for 2 years, desired but not mandatory Experience within general insurance - pricing modelling is desirable Demonstrated knowledge and experience within complex analytics and modelling project Effective communication, stakeholder engagement and interpersonal skills Results oriented, self-motivated with the ability to work in a fast-paced project environment. Experience working within an analytical role and/or using SAS, R, Python, SQL What's in it for you: Competitive salary package Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health & Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program, Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition). What you will love about working with us: Better outcomes for customers takes innovation, care and a laser focus. As part of the Suncorp Group, we're the go-getters working at the heart of some of Australia and New Zealand's most trusted names in banking and insurance to deliver just that - and then some. Here, you'll be equipped with all kinds of support and opportunities to make an impact, because our commitment to brightening lives extends to all our incredible people too. And in an organisation that measures success through the results we deliver for our customers, communities and each other, you'll thrive knowing you're making a genuine difference along the way. Suncorp has been awarded Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for seven years in a row. Chase the sun, apply online today. For further information contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au • Fri, 31 MaySuncorp Australia
Senior Pricing Advisor/Data Scientist » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Apply Senior Pricing Advisor/Data Scientist/Mathematicians Execute pricing initiatives & model development for CTP insurance products Brisbane/Sydney location preferred What you'll do: Provide insight on risk cost, market competition and best pricing strategy to business Contribute to a working group for price filing to regulators across all CTP privately written states (NSW, QLD, ACT, SA) Engage business stakeholders to understand objectives and effectively communicate pricing opportunities and recommendations Support CTP Pricing Managers and Portfolio Managers to deliver other business objectives. What you'll bring: Preferably Near/New Fellow of Institute of Actuaries of Australia or equivalent data scientist or Mathematicians Bachelor's Degree in Actuarial, Statistics, Mathematics, Data Science etc 5 years experience in general insurance pricing, other actuarial or data scientist roles Experience in using R, Python(Essential) Experience with SQL, Tableau, Power BI or R Shiny (Desirable) Knowledge of CTP insurance products and insurance P&L is well regarded Adept at communication and stakeholder engagement. What we can offer you: Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Referral Program ($600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Years of Service Recognition) Employee benefits | Suncorp Group If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please apply online today or for more information please contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au We believe we are at our best when our workforce is as diverse, talented and passionate as the communities in which we live and operate, and where our people feel included, valued and connected. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating a diverse, accessible, and inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process or in the workplace, we encourage you to contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au for a confidential conversation. • Fri, 31 MaySuncorp Australia
Business Systems Analyst - Financial Modelling Software » Sydney, Sydney Region - We are looking for a Business Systems Analyst who will work as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to join our agile team of highly skilled actuaries, product owners, financial modellers and software engineers. SMEs engage with stakeholders to develop a vision of how to achieve business goals. The SME then works closely with other team members to translate that vision into features or functionality in our financial modelling software. The Role Work with local and global team members and internal and external stakeholders to translate requirements into User Stories Research and development of actuarial/financial models and mathematical methodologies including AI integration Active engagement and participation in the full software development lifecycle - from design to deployment in an SME capacity Participate in Agile/scrum activities (sprint planning, stand-ups, retrospectives), striving to continuously improve the team velocity, its processes and engineering practices Preparation of reports and documentation associated with actuarial/financial models and software features Provision of technical, product and modelling support services to both internal and external clients. Support for scrum masters and project managers as required As a member of ICT, which brings an exciting mix of Actuarial skills and Software Engineering to build next generation Insurtech, you will drive your own career progression, acquiring new skills via training and by learning from your colleagues, expanding your experience by working on different projects and gradually taking on additional duties and responsibilities. You will also have an opportunity to move into product owner, product manager, software architecture, engineering, project management, quality assurance, DevSecOps or any another specialisation area, when you are ready. We offer the flexibility to study towards a range of qualifications from both technical and business disciplines depending on the needs of the business and individuals. The Requirements You will be interested in the insurance sector and be passionate about financial modelling and software development in the Insurtech space. Some experience in the insurance sector, preferably using models for life insurance, capital modelling, valuations, reserving or pricing Tertiary qualifications in actuarial studies, computer science, finance, mathematics, statistics, engineering or physics Ability to understand complex modelling structures Excellent interpersonal and communication skills A well organised and detail-oriented way of working Great time management skills and an ability to effectively prioritise tasks A curious and mindset with a passion for learning and growth Other highly desirable, but not essential skills are : Progress towards Associate qualification with the Actuaries institute Proficient in MS Office packages Understanding of Azure DevOps and Git Programming experience in C++, C#, Excel/VBA, Python or other similar languages The Application Process Applications close Monday 17 June, 2024 Short-listed candidates will complete a video interview and written response Successful candidates invited to 1 st interview via MS Teams Short-listed candidates for second and final interview via MS Teams To be considered for this role, please submit an up-to-date resume with a cover letter addressing your interest. Note: Employment-based visa sponsorship and/or assistance is not offered for this specific job opportunity. Why Join WTW? WTW provides a competitive benefits package which includes the following (eligibility requirements apply): Annual bonus Company paid salary continuance insurance Life and TPD insurance Hybrid working Networks (Gender, Wellbeing, Pride) Career Growth – internal opportunities and development programs At WTW, we trust you to know your work and the people, tools and environment you need to be successful. The majority of our colleagues work in a “hybrid” style, with a mix of in-person and in-office interactions dependent on the needs of the team, role and clients. Our flexibility is rooted in trust and “hybrid” is not a one-size-fits-all solution. We understand flexibility is key to supporting an inclusive and diverse workforce and so we encourage requests for all types of flexible working. Please speak to your recruiter to discuss more. At WTW, we believe that a culture of inclusion and diversity is critical to our business. It's not a separate initiative – rather it’s fundamental to everything we do. We are an equal-opportunity employer who is committed to fostering an inclusive work environment and embrace diversity including gender, nationality, disability, age, marital/parental status, ethnicity, gender identity and sexual orientation. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. In the spirit of reconciliation, WTW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant. SME/Analyst (ICT_TECH ED_2023_105R) • Thu, 30 MayWillis Towers Watson
Senior Actuarial Analyst » Sydney Region, New South Wales - Permanent opportunity Provide Pricing and Analytical advice Collaborate on projects Melbourne (preferred) OR Sydney CBD location The role of Senior Actuarial Analyst in the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department is to provide Pricing and Analytical service to the Consumer Insurance business . This position contributes to the Pricing & Analytics team's purpose of supporting the business to improve product profitability and the financial control of the insurance products. What you’ll do (not limited to): Work with Senior Actuarial Advisors and Pricing Analytics Manager to develop, recommend and implement optimised pricing solution to achieve financial and non-financial business objectives Share technical and business knowledge to Actuarial analyst and rest of pricing team when required Work in groups, short and long-term projects or BAU Apply the thorough understanding of the insurance data assets to extract and manipulate data for business analysis purpose Use state-of-art internal Modelling Infrastructure to develop and enhance statistical and machine learning predictive models. This can be Risk Models, Demand Models and Competitor Models. Identify, investigate and introduce new way of modelling with the objective of improving model accuracy for better prediction Understand the end to end pricing ecosystems Improve risk selection and apply the insights of customer and market to formulate the best pricing offering to meet the business objectives and customers’ needs. What you will bring: Experience with general insurance Analytical or Pricing related field of work for 2 years, desired but not mandatory Experience within general insurance - pricing modelling is desirable Demonstrated knowledge and experience within complex analytics and modelling project Effective communication, stakeholder engagement and interpersonal skills Results oriented, self-motivated with the ability to work in a fast-paced project environment. Experience working within an analytical role and/or using SAS, R, Python, SQL What's in it for you: Competitive salary package Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health & Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program, Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition). What you will love about working with us: Better outcomes for customers takes innovation, care and a laser focus. As part of the Suncorp Group, we’re the go-getters working at the heart of some of Australia and New Zealand’s most trusted names in banking and insurance to deliver just that – and then some. Here, you’ll be equipped with all kinds of support and opportunities to make an impact, because our commitment to brightening lives extends to all our incredible people too. And in an organisation that measures success through the results we deliver for our customers, communities and each other, you’ll thrive knowing you’re making a genuine difference along the way. Suncorp has been awarded Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for seven years in a row. Chase the sun, apply online today. For further information contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au • Tue, 28 MaySuncorp Group
APS6 Senior Data and Information Analysts (Bulk Round) - Disability Affirmative Measure » Australia - We are seeking talented and enthusiastic Senior Data and Information Analysts to perform, in accordance with the APS work level standards, the following functions: Working with data and large databases, including data validation and processing. Undertaking complex research and statistical analysis and interpretation of data. Designing, researching, analysing, and presenting information in various formats. Data linkage and integration. Under general direction, these roles may include: planning, organising, and managing projects. manipulating and interrogating databases using software such as SAS, Python, SQL, R, or other software. liaising and negotiating with internal and external stakeholders, including government agencies, state and local authorities, and business or community organisations. leading a small team, including managing team priorities and deliverables. The successful applicants will possess a high level of technical knowledge in statistical and research project work. They will also possess strong verbal and written communication skills, and sound organisational skills. We encourage applicants from a wide range of disciplines. This may include (but is not limited to) qualifications or relevant work experience in statistics, epidemiology, demography, science communication and journalism, database administration, data science, health informatics, economics, actuarial studies, accounting, health sciences, social sciences, data mining, predictive modelling, or geospatial/GIS (geographic information system) mapping. The key duties of the position include Our ideal candidate will have most or all of the following skills and knowledge: Demonstrated experience in extracting, interrogating, or analysing data sets using relevant software (such as SAS, Python, SQL, or R). Well-developed research and writing skills, including the ability to synthesise complex information from a range of sources and present these in various written and verbal formats. Demonstrated ability to lead a small team of technical staff, mentoring members of a team, and managing team deliverables and priorities. Demonstrated organisational skills, including the ability to effectively plan and manage, delegate effectively, and escalate issues when required. Well-developed communication skills including the ability to communicate, liaise, and negotiate effectively with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant data, health, or welfare discipline, or previous experience in a role involving data management and development, collation, or research analysis and reporting will be highly regarded. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
APS6 Senior Data and Information Analysts (Bulk Round) » Australia - We are seeking talented and enthusiastic Senior Data and Information Analysts to perform, in accordance with the APS work level standards, the following functions: Working with data and large databases, including data validation and processing. Undertaking complex research and statistical analysis and interpretation of data. Designing, researching, analysing, and presenting information in various formats. Data linkage and integration. Under general direction, these roles may include: planning, organising, and managing projects. manipulating and interrogating databases using software such as SAS, Python, SQL, R, or other software. liaising and negotiating with internal and external stakeholders, including government agencies, state and local authorities, and business or community organisations. leading a small team, including managing team priorities and deliverables. The successful applicants will possess a high level of technical knowledge in statistical and research project work. They will also possess strong verbal and written communication skills, and sound organisational skills. We encourage applicants from a wide range of disciplines. This may include (but is not limited to) qualifications or relevant work experience in statistics, epidemiology, demography, science communication and journalism, database administration, data science, health informatics, economics, actuarial studies, accounting, health sciences, social sciences, data mining, predictive modelling, or geospatial/GIS (geographic information system) mapping. The key duties of the position include Our ideal candidate will have most or all of the following skills and knowledge: Demonstrated experience in extracting, interrogating, or analysing data sets using relevant software (such as SAS, Python, SQL, or R). Well-developed research and writing skills, including the ability to synthesise complex information from a range of sources and present these in various written and verbal formats. Demonstrated ability to lead a small team of technical staff, mentoring members of a team, and managing team deliverables and priorities. Demonstrated organisational skills, including the ability to effectively plan and manage, delegate effectively, and escalate issues when required. Well-developed communication skills including the ability to communicate, liaise, and negotiate effectively with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant data, health, or welfare discipline, or previous experience in a role involving data management and development, collation, or research analysis and reporting will be highly regarded. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
APS6 Senior Data and Information Analysts (Bulk Round) - Indigenous Affirmative Measure » Australia - We are seeking talented and enthusiastic Senior Data and Information Analysts to perform, in accordance with the APS work level standards, the following functions: Working with data and large databases, including data validation and processing. Undertaking complex research and statistical analysis and interpretation of data. Designing, researching, analysing, and presenting information in various formats. Data linkage and integration. Under general direction, these roles may include: planning, organising, and managing projects. manipulating and interrogating databases using software such as SAS, Python, SQL, R, or other software. liaising and negotiating with internal and external stakeholders, including government agencies, state and local authorities, and business or community organisations. leading a small team, including managing team priorities and deliverables. The successful applicants will possess a high level of technical knowledge in statistical and research project work. They will also possess strong verbal and written communication skills, and sound organisational skills. We encourage applicants from a wide range of disciplines. This may include (but is not limited to) qualifications or relevant work experience in statistics, epidemiology, demography, science communication and journalism, database administration, data science, health informatics, economics, actuarial studies, accounting, health sciences, social sciences, data mining, predictive modelling, or geospatial/GIS (geographic information system) mapping. The key duties of the position include Our ideal candidate will have most or all of the following skills and knowledge: Demonstrated experience in extracting, interrogating, or analysing data sets using relevant software (such as SAS, Python, SQL, or R). Well-developed research and writing skills, including the ability to synthesise complex information from a range of sources and present these in various written and verbal formats. Demonstrated ability to lead a small team of technical staff, mentoring members of a team, and managing team deliverables and priorities. Demonstrated organisational skills, including the ability to effectively plan and manage, delegate effectively, and escalate issues when required. Well-developed communication skills including the ability to communicate, liaise, and negotiate effectively with a range of internal and external stakeholders. Tertiary qualifications in a relevant data, health, or welfare discipline, or previous experience in a role involving data management and development, collation, or research analysis and reporting will be highly regarded. • Tue, 28 MayAPS
Senior Actuarial Advisor » The Rocks, Sydney - Apply Build team capability, mentor and develop junior members of the team Collaborate with pricing, technology, and business teams to enhance the functionality of the pricing ecosystem to better achieve customer and business objectives Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne location - hybrid office/ work from home The role of a Senior Actuarial Advisor is to utilise in-depth knowledge of actuarial techniques and the pricing ecosystem to develop, recommend, and implement pricing solutions. As part of the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department, the role is required to collaborate with pricing, business, and technology professionals to improve customer and business outcomes. What you'll do: Develop pricing recommendations and proposals designed to closely align pricing strategy to business targets Assist Pricing Managers to make required pricing recommendations, implement and monitor them accurately Drive and promote innovation through improving current processes and automation Develop dashboards and reports to meet business needs, including report automation. Prepare ad-hoc reports and analysis for various parts of the business Build positive stakeholder relationships to foster a productive environment and open communication channels. What you'll bring: Bachelor's Degree in Data Science, Actuarial, Statistics, Engineering, Mathematics, Econometrics and Computer Science etc is mandatory Advanced analytical skills in data science / statistical modelling / predictive modelling etc Ability to develop and undertake statistical analysis and research independently Experience in using R, SAS and Python are essential. Other programming languages such as SQL are desirable Experience in working with large and complex datasets At least 5 years of working experience in an actuarial, analytics, or predictive modelling related field At least 2 years of leadership experience in leading analytical projects Has industry experience in Financial Services, preferably in General Insurance. What we can offer you Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Referral Program ($600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Years of Service Recognition) Employee benefits | Suncorp Group If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please apply online today or for more information please contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au At Suncorp we build inclusion by providing an environment where everyone can be themselves and feel valued, involved and respected for their perspectives and contribution. We believe we are at our best when our workforce is as diverse, talented and passionate as the communities in which we live and operate, and where our people feel included, valued and connected. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating a diverse, accessible, and inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process or in the workplace, we encourage you to contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au for a confidential conversation. • Tue, 28 MaySuncorp Australia
Senior Actuarial Advisor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Apply Build team capability, mentor and develop junior members of the team Collaborate with pricing, technology, and business teams to enhance the functionality of the pricing ecosystem to better achieve customer and business objectives Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne location - hybrid office/ work from home The role of a Senior Actuarial Advisor is to utilise in-depth knowledge of actuarial techniques and the pricing ecosystem to develop, recommend, and implement pricing solutions. As part of the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department, the role is required to collaborate with pricing, business, and technology professionals to improve customer and business outcomes. What you'll do: Develop pricing recommendations and proposals designed to closely align pricing strategy to business targets Assist Pricing Managers to make required pricing recommendations, implement and monitor them accurately Drive and promote innovation through improving current processes and automation Develop dashboards and reports to meet business needs, including report automation. Prepare ad-hoc reports and analysis for various parts of the business Build positive stakeholder relationships to foster a productive environment and open communication channels. What you'll bring: Bachelor's Degree in Data Science, Actuarial, Statistics, Engineering, Mathematics, Econometrics and Computer Science etc is mandatory Advanced analytical skills in data science / statistical modelling / predictive modelling etc Ability to develop and undertake statistical analysis and research independently Experience in using R, SAS and Python are essential. Other programming languages such as SQL are desirable Experience in working with large and complex datasets At least 5 years of working experience in an actuarial, analytics, or predictive modelling related field At least 2 years of leadership experience in leading analytical projects Has industry experience in Financial Services, preferably in General Insurance. What we can offer you Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Referral Program ($600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Years of Service Recognition) Employee benefits | Suncorp Group If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please apply online today or for more information please contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au At Suncorp we build inclusion by providing an environment where everyone can be themselves and feel valued, involved and respected for their perspectives and contribution. We believe we are at our best when our workforce is as diverse, talented and passionate as the communities in which we live and operate, and where our people feel included, valued and connected. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating a diverse, accessible, and inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process or in the workplace, we encourage you to contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au for a confidential conversation. • Tue, 28 MaySuncorp Australia
Senior Actuarial Advisor » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Apply Build team capability, mentor and develop junior members of the team Collaborate with pricing, technology, and business teams to enhance the functionality of the pricing ecosystem to better achieve customer and business objectives Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne location - hybrid office/ work from home The role of a Senior Actuarial Advisor is to utilise in-depth knowledge of actuarial techniques and the pricing ecosystem to develop, recommend, and implement pricing solutions. As part of the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department, the role is required to collaborate with pricing, business, and technology professionals to improve customer and business outcomes. What you'll do: Develop pricing recommendations and proposals designed to closely align pricing strategy to business targets Assist Pricing Managers to make required pricing recommendations, implement and monitor them accurately Drive and promote innovation through improving current processes and automation Develop dashboards and reports to meet business needs, including report automation. Prepare ad-hoc reports and analysis for various parts of the business Build positive stakeholder relationships to foster a productive environment and open communication channels. What you'll bring: Bachelor's Degree in Data Science, Actuarial, Statistics, Engineering, Mathematics, Econometrics and Computer Science etc is mandatory Advanced analytical skills in data science / statistical modelling / predictive modelling etc Ability to develop and undertake statistical analysis and research independently Experience in using R, SAS and Python are essential. Other programming languages such as SQL are desirable Experience in working with large and complex datasets At least 5 years of working experience in an actuarial, analytics, or predictive modelling related field At least 2 years of leadership experience in leading analytical projects Has industry experience in Financial Services, preferably in General Insurance. What we can offer you Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Referral Program ($600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Years of Service Recognition) Employee benefits | Suncorp Group If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please apply online today or for more information please contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au At Suncorp we build inclusion by providing an environment where everyone can be themselves and feel valued, involved and respected for their perspectives and contribution. We believe we are at our best when our workforce is as diverse, talented and passionate as the communities in which we live and operate, and where our people feel included, valued and connected. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating a diverse, accessible, and inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process or in the workplace, we encourage you to contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au for a confidential conversation. • Tue, 28 MaySuncorp Australia
Serious Injury Claims Officer » Launceston Region, Tasmania - Aligned with our strategic goals for client care, we have a rare opportunity for a Claims Officer -Serious Injury to join the MAIB team. About us: The Motor Accidents Insurance Board (MAIB) is a Tasmanian Government Business Enterprise which operates Tasmania's personal injury motor accident insurance scheme. The MAIB support people recovering from, or living with injuries which result from motor accidents by providing benefits, rehabilitation, lifetime support and common law rights . Career opportunities - Claims Officer and Serious Injury Claims Officer positions: All of our Claims Officers work in a tight-knit team environment to service and support people injured in motor vehicle accidents. We treat with respect, understanding and dignity all clients, who have been injured and need our support. Claims Officers - Serious Injury perform a variety of tasks including comprehensive claims management, compliance with legislative requirements, assessment of client eligibility and processing of benefits, supporting clients through their claims journey and management of claim settlement processes. This role is within a Team who service our most seriously injured clients including those who require lifetime care. The Team is responsible for supporting clients to achieve independence in their activities of daily living, managing rehabilitation and attendant care processes and completing periodic valuations of claims for actuarial and reinsurance purposes. An opportunity exists for a permanent full-time role within this Team. About you: Do you have a genuine care for people, are comfortable in a complex and proactive driven work environment and are keen to make a difference in an organisation that is focussed on exceptional client outcomes? Our ideal team members possess: Highly developed communication and client service skills. Proven capacity to make appropriate decisions and apply judgement, aiming to be fair and consistent in claims management processes. Capacity to actively participate within workplace teams and contribute to change management. Capacity to organise and complete tasks and deliver client outcomes under conflicting time pressures. The ability to work autonomously, set priorities and manage a variable workload. The ability to live our organisation's values of: - Commitment; - Connection & - Compassion. If this sounds like the next step in your professional career, please click APPLY NOW and follow the prompts. Please contact Tamara Unwin by email tunwinsearsonbuck.com.au or phone - 0400 447 595 for a copy of the Position Descriptions and for further information. Please note: All applications must provide a Resume and Cover Letter outlining how your skills and experience align with the role. • Mon, 27 MaySearson Buck
Senior AI Engineer » Sydney, NSW - with a passion and understanding for the financial markets A degree in mathematics, computer science, actuary studies, data science... • Sat, 25 MayCommonwealth Bank of Australia
AI Engineer » Sydney, NSW - with a passion and understanding for the financial markets A degree in mathematics, computer science, actuary studies, data science... • Sat, 25 MayCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Chief Pricing Actuary, General Insurance » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - How does 5 weeks leave per year, an impactful career that you’ll truly love, and working for a great organisation that empowers wellbeing sound like to you? A new adventure awaits… At Zurich we’re on a journey towards a brighter future… A brighter future for you - focused on your career, your wellbeing, and your community - as well as our customers and the planet. This exciting adventure will drive positive impact. So, if you want to be part of a values led organisation, that is a leader in the insurance industry with a track record of making a real difference and continuously taking steps toward a sustainable future for our people, customers, communities, and our planet…read on About the business Zurich’s General Insurance business in Australia & New Zealand works with companies of all sizes and across all segments SME, Mid-Market and Corporate, including working with partners and MGAs, to provide coverage such as Business Insurance, Motor Insurance, Workers Compensation, Travel Insurance and more. From SMEs to Tradesmen, small yachts to large fleets through to large corporate businesses and Government assets, our General Insurance solutions are designed to suit organisations of all shapes and sizes. Whether our customers are just starting out or have been in the business sector for years, our customer-first approach helps protect their businesses with confidence. Let’s create a brighter future together, let’s make a difference Work is something you do, not only somewhere you go. The way we work continues to evolve and at Zurich we are committed to creating ways of working that ensure you are helping to create a brighter future. It’s important to know, what you do matters. As the Chief Pricing Actuary, you are responsible for developing and implementing the General Insurance (GI) Pricing Strategy and will serve as the lead GI Pricing Actuary for Zurich Insurance in Australia & NZ, with full accountability for pricing, portfolio analysis, reinsurance, and execution on the underwriting and pricing strategies for all lines of business You will provide strategic direction, operational team leadership to our pricing team, drive best practice, coach and develop talent in the team, and serve as a key member of the GI Underwriting Leadership team. Important to your success – let’s grow together Fully qualified actuary, with extensive experience pricing General Insurance lines of business. Exposure to personal lines or retail insurance, advantageous. Actuarial degree or appropriate equivalent qualification. Strong understanding of Actuarial Pricing concepts, including reserving concepts, with expert statistical and actuarial modelling skills. Proven track record of growing a business and delivering change in a complex insurance environment. Accomplished leadership and people management experience, capable of building high-performing and engaged teams, with experience coaching, mentoring, motivating, and managing talent. Strong market facing presence with the ability to build strong relationships across the business and with external stakeholders. Growth mindset that is open to trying new things, bounces back quickly after setbacks and applies learning from mistakes. Takes the time and effort to improve, learn and grow. Belong. Zurich is here to support you There are so many reasons why Zurich is a great place to be, but here are just a few: 5 weeks leave per year for permanent staff through our new Z leave initiative, 15 days personal/carer’s leave (empowering our people to manage their own wellbeing); Grow, and thrive in your career (we support and encourage it) with award winning training programs; Work with global, diverse, and inclusive teams; Explore your passions, fuel innovation, drive equity, collaborate and make a positive difference beyond your role; Access programs to stay healthy and feel healthier, AUD$500 annual wellbeing payment, AUD$295 new starter e-voucher for your WFH set up (flex work - hybrid working), and other great benefits through our Shine portal; Access to Family Care (parental leave); Volunteer; Work in our state-of-the-art Green Star rated offices (when you are in the office); and dress for your day. We also plant a tree for every new employee – one of many local initiatives driving our contribution to ambitious global sustainability targets… …We could go on, but the main point is that Zurich is a great place to be, where you can truly belong and thrive. Zurich is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to ensuring that our recruitment process is fair and accessible for all candidates. If you require any special accommodations to participate in our recruitment process, we encourage you to please let us know at the time of your application. So, if you want to come on an adventure that will build a brighter future together, and feel a sense of togetherness, then please apply today to start your adventure • Sat, 25 MayZurich
Senior Actuarial Advisor » Sydney Region, New South Wales - Build team capability, mentor and develop junior members of the team Collaborate with pricing, technology, and business teams to enhance the functionality of the pricing ecosystem to better achieve customer and business objectives Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne location – hybrid office/ work from home The role of a Senior Actuarial Advisor is to utilise in-depth knowledge of actuarial techniques and the pricing ecosystem to develop, recommend, and implement pricing solutions. As part of the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department, the role is required to collaborate with pricing, business, and technology professionals to improve customer and business outcomes. What you’ll do: Develop pricing recommendations and proposals designed to closely align pricing strategy to business targets Assist Pricing Managers to make required pricing recommendations, implement and monitor them accurately Drive and promote innovation through improving current processes and automation Develop dashboards and reports to meet business needs, including report automation. Prepare ad-hoc reports and analysis for various parts of the business Build positive stakeholder relationships to foster a productive environment and open communication channels. What you’ll bring: Bachelor’s Degree in Data Science, Actuarial, Statistics, Engineering, Mathematics, Econometrics and Computer Science etc is mandatory Advanced analytical skills in data science / statistical modelling / predictive modelling etc Ability to develop and undertake statistical analysis and research independently Experience in using R, SAS and Python are essential. Other programming languages such as SQL are desirable Experience in working with large and complex datasets At least 5 years of working experience in an actuarial, analytics, or predictive modelling related field At least 2 years of leadership experience in leading analytical projects Has industry experience in Financial Services, preferably in General Insurance. What we can offer you Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Referral Program ($600), Facilities for nursing mothers, Years of Service Recognition) Employee benefits | Suncorp Group If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please apply online today or for more information please contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au At Suncorp we build inclusion by providing an environment where everyone can be themselves and feel valued, involved and respected for their perspectives and contribution. We believe we are at our best when our workforce is as diverse, talented and passionate as the communities in which we live and operate, and where our people feel included, valued and connected. We are passionate about inspiring our people by creating a diverse, accessible, and inclusive culture, offering flexible work, career development and internal mobility, and building connected relationships amongst our team members and with our customers. If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process or in the workplace, we encourage you to contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au for a confidential conversation. • Fri, 24 MaySuncorp Group
Senior Manager Modelling and Analytics » Australia - Organization: At CommBank, we never lose sight of the role we play in other people's financial wellbeing. Our focus is to help people and businesses move forward to progress. To make the right financial decisions and achieve their dreams, targets, and aspirations. Regardless of where you work within our organisation, your initiative, talent, ideas, and energy all contribute to the impact that we can make with our work. Together we can achieve great things. Job Title: Senior Manager Modelling and Analytics Location: Bengaluru - Manyata Tech Park Business & Team: Risk Management is responsible for developing and deploying the risk frameworks to allow the Group to take conscious exposures to credit, market, operational, compliance and insurance risks within a Board-approved appetite. Risk Management ensures the Group has appropriate strategies and frameworks in place to assess, manage and report on credit, market, operational, compliance and insurance risks. Risk Management has policy teams that specialise in credit, market, operational, compliance and insurance risks as well as business unit facing teams. These areas collaborate with each other and specific areas within the Group to implement the Risk Management frameworks. Model Risk Validation provide assurance and oversight of models across the group. The team lead and conduct model validation of the Group's models, based on internal policy and procedures, regulatory guidance, and the industry's best practices. It provides true line 2 assurance and challenge for all models within the CBA group. The team also influence the technology, data and validation strategies through active engagement with BU's and executive level stakeholders across the group. Impact & Contribution: You will be part of a skilled quantitative team, based in CBA India office in Bangalore, serving all lending businesses across the CBA Group, and will have responsibility to directly manage Analyst, Senior Analyst and Manager resources and lead new initiatives contributing to the validation, maintenance and enhancement of key credit risk models. You will also contribute to strategic initiatives aligned to enhancing modelling frameworks and improving the agility and efficiency of model validation activities. Roles & Responsibilities: Model Validation: Lead multiple independent validation activities for models and quantitative tools developed for IRB, IFRS9 and stress testing. This includes internal models under APS 113 and models used for provisioning. Ensure the models follow sound methodologies and advanced statistical techniques including, but not limited to, various regression techniques, time series analysis and macroeconomic modelling, using SAS, Python, R, and SQL. Accountability: Manage a quantitative team of 4-5 members, and mentor junior team members. Represent Model Risk Validation team at project advisory groups and coordinate with other leaders in the model risk validation team. Maintain the Group Model Register. Define the broader validation strategy including clarity with respect to validation methodology, appropriate governance and model risk policy compliance. Stakeholder Management: Effectively presenting the results of validation work and business implications to internal working groups, technical forums, governance committees or regulatory meetings. Proactively address and respond in a timely manner to developer, audit and regulatory queries and/or issues pertaining to models. Maintain sound relationship with development team BU risk teams and other stakeholders. Documentation: Thoroughly documenting the validation report, and appropriately challenging the modelling results and the thought process around the choice of modelling methodology, to enable stakeholders to understand the strength and weakness of the final model and assess its impact; Business Impact: Evaluating model implementation challenges, including assessment of the business impact of new or updated models on risk measures or processes. Review the Fit-for-purpose validation. Essential Skills: 10 years credit risk model validation or development experience. Demonstrated experience leading projects and managing a quantitative model validation/development team; and solid time management and prioritization skills. Tertiary qualifications, with above average academic achievements, in a quantitative discipline such as mathematics, statistics, econometrics, actuarial science, engineering and data science. A solid foundation in applying advanced mathematical and statistical techniques; Programming skills in R, Python and SQL; Demonstrated thought-leadership to enhance validation frameworks and improving the agility and efficiency of model validation activities; Experience with the Basel regulatory standards and or relevant APRA regulations regarding credit risk is essential; Experience with IFRS9 and stress testing is advantageous; Experience in project management tools like Jira will be a significant advantage. Demonstrated skills in written and verbal communication, including ability to interpret and report complex material and make sound recommendations to a range of stakeholders; Qualifications: Tertiary qualifications, with above average academic achievements, in a quantitative discipline such as mathematics, statistics, econometrics, actuarial science, engineering and data science. A solid foundation in applying advanced mathematical and statistical techniques; 10-17 years credit risk model validation or development experience (IRB, IFRS 9). If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. 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Valuation Actuary (12 month contract) » Sydney, NSW - Munich Re Australia have a great 12 month parental leave opportunity for a Valuation Actuary to join the Life Actuarial... • Wed, 22 MayMunich Re
Senior Manager, Actuarial and Analytics » Penrith, Penrith Area - A new adventure awaits… How does 5 weeks leave per year, an impactful career that you'll truly love, and working for a great organisation that empowers wellbeing sound like to you? At Zurich we're on a journey towards a brighter future… A brighter future for you - focused on your career, your wellbeing, and your community - as well as our customers and the planet. This exciting adventure will drive positive impact. So, if you want to be part of a values led organisation, that is a leader in the insurance industry with a track record of making a real difference and continuously taking steps toward a sustainable future for our people, customers, communities, and our planet…read on Let's create a brighter future together, let's make a difference Work is something you do, not only somewhere you go. The way we work continues to evolve and at Zurich we are committed to creating ways of working that ensure you are helping to create a brighter future. It's important to know, what you do matters. A unique opportunity exists to join Zurich's Life & Investments Finance team as Senior Manager Actuarial & Analytics. In this key role, you will provide strategic advice and insights using your strong data/analytics skills to drive innovation relating to Life Actuarial matters. Through the use of data and automation you will drive business in new areas, and have an in depth understanding of finance needs to ensure optimum utilisation of Zurich's business assets and resources. You will support project teams within an agile framework to enhance capabilities in advanced analytics, predictive modelling, and AI, delivering insights on performance, risks and implications for the business. Liaising with a range of senior stakeholders, you will be instrumental in chartering the continued roadmap of Zurich's Life Insurance offering and journey to become Australia's leading digital insurer. Important to your success - let's grow together Relevant tertiary qualifications; Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia or equivalent body Demonstrated knowledge and experience of Australian insurance and financial services market, including market structure, product, distribution, regulation, and governance processes. Advanced proficiency in programming language, either in R or Python. Strong knowledge of statistical modelling and machine learning, including GLM, GAM, Decision Trees, GBM. Strong knowledge of database technology, such as SQL, Snowflake. Proficiency in agile methodologies, MLOps, Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), CI/CD Experience in R Shiny or Python Dash. An analytical mindset and ability to interpret complex information Demonstrated knowledge of statistical and actuarial modelling techniques Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills Ability to demonstrate change management in an agile environment Belong. Zurich is here to support you There are so many reasons why Zurich is a great place to be, but here are just a few: 5 weeks leave per year for permanent staff through our new Z leave initiative, as well as 15 days personal/carer's leave (as we empower our people to manage their own wellbeing); Grow, and thrive in your career (we support and encourage it) with award winning training programs; Work with global, diverse, and inclusive teams; Explore your passions, fuel innovation, drive equity, collaborate and make a positive difference beyond your role; Access programs to stay healthy and feel healthier along with receiving a AUD$500 wellbeing payment per year, plus a AUD$295 new starter e-voucher for your WFH set up (flex work - hybrid working), and other great benefits through our Shine portal; Access to Family Care (parental leave); Volunteer; Work in our state-of-the-art Green Star rated offices (when you are in the office); and dress for your day. We also plant a tree for every new employee - one of many local initiatives driving our contribution to ambitious global sustainability targets… …We could go on, but the main point is that Zurich is a great place to be, where you can truly belong and thrive. Zurich is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to ensuring that our recruitment process is fair and accessible for all candidates. If you require any special accommodations to participate in our recruitment process, we encourage you to please let us know at the time of your application. So, if you want to come on an adventure that will build a brighter future together, and feel a sense of togetherness, then please apply today to start your adventure • Mon, 20 MayZurich Insurance Company Ltd.
Senior Actuarial Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Apply Permanent opportunity Provide Pricing and Analytical advice Collaborate on projects Sydney CBD location The role of Senior Actuarial Analyst in the Model Activate & Analytics team within the Pricing & Analytics Department is to provide Pricing and Analytical service to the Consumer Insurance business. This position contributes to the Pricing & Analytics team's purpose of supporting the business to improve product profitability and the financial control of the insurance products. What you'll do (not limited to): Work with Senior Actuarial Advisor to develop, recommend and implement pricing solution to achieve financial and non-financial business objectives Apply the thorough understanding of the insurance data assets to extract and manipulate data for business analysis purpose Use state-of-art internal Modelling Infrastructure to develop and enhance statistical and machine learning predictive models Understand the end to end pricing ecosystems Improve risk selection and apply the insights of customer and market to formulate the best pricing offering to meet the business objectives and customers' needs. What you will bring: 2-3 years' experience working in a similar role in the general insurance industry Demonstrated knowledge and experience within complex analytics and modelling project Effective communication, stakeholder engagement and interpersonal skills Experience working within an analytical role and/or using SAS, R, Python, SQL. What's in it for you: Competitive salary package Discounts of up to 25% on our various Insurance, Banking & Superannuation products Flexible working environment and arrangements; genuine focus on work-life balance Numerous discounts with our corporate partners (retail & shopping / travel & holiday / health & wellbeing) We offer support and various programs for our people: (Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Health & Wellbeing, Study Support, Employee Referral Program, Facilities for nursing mothers, Company share options, Social club, Years of Service Recognition). What you will love about working with us: Better outcomes for customers takes innovation, care and a laser focus. As part of the Suncorp Group, we're the go-getters working at the heart of some of Australia and New Zealand's most trusted names in banking and insurance to deliver just that - and then some. Here, you'll be equipped with all kinds of support and opportunities to make an impact, because our commitment to brightening lives extends to all our incredible people too. And in an organisation that measures success through the results we deliver for our customers, communities and each other, you'll thrive knowing you're making a genuine difference along the way. Suncorp has been awarded Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for seven years in a row. Chase the sun, apply online today. For further information contact Annette_frascasuncorp.com.au • Mon, 20 MaySuncorp Australia
Pricing Analyst - Transformation » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - At Allianz, we're proud to be one of the world's leading insurance and asset management brands, with a workforce as diverse as the world around us. We care about our customers, which is why we hire the very best people to further our commitment to securing the future of our customers, partners, and the community so we're ready when they need it most. Let's care for tomorrow, so we can create a better future together, for everyone. You'll be responsible for Perform pricing analysis, reporting and modelling to analyse the portfolio and pricing performance. Provide insights from analysis and modelling to support pricing recommendations and commercial considerations to achieve strategic objectives. Implement best practice pricing models, including claims, quote conversion, customer retention and pricing scenarios, using specialised software. Implement initiatives to support continuous refinement of pricing models to ensure accuracy and reflect best practice frameworks Incorporate knowledge of pricing methodologies, concepts and Allianz products into analysis. Identify opportunities to improve existing processes and approaches. Perform the controls outlined in the pricing governance framework and ensure adherence to all governance frameworks relevant to the pricing process. About you Ideally a year or more of experience working in an actuarial team within an insurer. Degree or Masters in Actuarial Studies; academic transcript to be attached to the application. MS Excel skills at an advanced level with experience in using SAS, Python, R or SQL valued. Ability to quickly build and maintain strong business relationships with internal and external stakeholders, demonstrating exceptional customer service. Strong time management and organisation skills, with the ability to multi-task and prioritise your work, whilst working in a fast-paced environment. Excellent communication skills with the ability to speak with clarity and impact. What's on offer Be part of a team that's open-minded, supportive, and genuinely focused on customer outcomes. A sense of belonging in the workplace, where you are welcomed and encouraged to bring your most authentic self to work. An employer that is committed to supporting your work/life balance and is always open to conversations about flexible & remote working. Access to over 10,000 on-demand learning resources and programs, to support you in taking control of your career development. Insurance products. Deals and discounts across a great range of retail, tech, and travel brands, and offers for health and well-being. Initiatives to support your financial wellness through selected discounted Allianz insurance products, superannuation matching, salary sacrificing, novated leasing and our referral bonus scheme. The opportunity to take part in our Employee Share Purchase Program- own a piece of your employer. About Allianz At Allianz, we care about everything that makes you, you. We believe in an equitable workplace that celebrates diversity and inclusion, where people of all genders, ages, religions, sexual orientations, abilities, and work statuses are not only welcomed, but valued for the perspectives and talents they bring to work. We are committed to fostering an environment where everyone can thrive, grow, and contribute their unique perspectives to our collective success and reach their fullest potential. Adjustments and support If you require any support and adjustments to participate equitably in our recruitment process, we encourage you to reach out to careersallianz.com.au for a confidential conversation. Join us. Let's care for tomorrow. www.allianz.com.au/careers LI-ALLIANZAU LI-Remote LI-Hybrid LI-Onsite • Mon, 20 MayAllianz
Associate, Actuarial Consulting » The Rocks, Sydney - Company: Mercer Description: Mercer is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne or Sydney office: Associate, Actuarial Consulting What can you expect? Join our Actuarial Consulting team If you have a passion for delivering industry-leading strategic solutions, high quality comprehensive advice and a great client experience, then we need you on our team as we help superannuation funds, defined benefit trustees and sponsoring employers and insurers navigate some of the biggest challenges of our time. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Mercer's talented, supportive, global team of investment consultants, managers, researchers and thought leaders to bring some of the best investment ideas and solutions to the Australian market. In this fast-paced environment, we actively support you to craft a career that's meaningful for you whether that's more focus or exposure to aspects of our complex business that are of interest, building a professional profile in the market, more flexibility for family or interests outside work, or support for ongoing study and development. We want you to be your best self, to help us create better lives for our clients and each other. What we offer is a chance to join a company that is not only winning, but is transforming in the most exciting way possible. Our CEO, David Bryant, is dedicated to Mercer Australia being a "people first" culture. This means that great performers are greatly rewarded. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding career development, learning opportunities, financial rewards and we are committed to making your journey with us FUN. Voted 1 HR Consulting Company Globally Prestigious Sydney (Barangaroo) office or Melbourne CBD (Docklands) office Great Package Great time to join this global organisation in Growth Phase What is in it for you? At Mercer, we recognise that our most important asset is our people. We offer benefits and programs that support career development such as professional development support, exam and study assistance which will support and nurture you with every opportunity to reach your full potential. We also recognise the value of healthy, happy colleagues and promote a culture of care and wellbeing, offering benefits such as flexible working and much more Leading training and development program Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organisation Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues Genuine work life balance We will count on you to: The primary focus for the role is the delivery and project management of solutions to clients on a range of projects across the actuarial service offering. Core activities include understanding client issues and developing practical solutions particularly in relation to defined benefit superannuation, driving the delivery of client solutions, project managing client facing teams, working with and involving other team members, monitoring progress and peer reviewing outcomes. Responsibilities include: Apply consulting skills, technical expertise, relevant methodologies and professional judgement to client projects Demonstrate intellectual leadership and consistently test final deliverables for completeness, relevance, and high impact against client issues and needs Plan, design, resource and manage client projects and direct staff in executing the plan to deliver projects on time and within budget Nurture key client relationships, identify opportunities to broaden or deepen these relationships in partnership with senior consultants, anticipate and respond to future client needs Support business development initiatives and proposals Develop own and other's capability through informal and formal learning opportunities (may include formal people supervisor responsibility) Participate in projects to improve Mercer, in particular talent, quality, service delivery, internal efficiency / effectiveness and intellectual capital Pursue actuarial professional qualification What you need to have: An actuarial professional qualification (e.g. Associate or Fellowship) or be working towards one 5 years' work experience in financial services, business analysis and / or professional services is valuable. Defined benefit superannuation experience essential Strong analytical skills and the capacity to interpret qualitative and quantitative data Capability to think, articulate and write logically Aptitude and passion for problem solving and creative thinking with the ability to structure analyses and undertake them in a logical and efficient manner Detail orientation and high quality outputs Client centric mindset Uses initiative and drives to outcomes Excellent written and oral communication skills Well organised with the ability to run multiple pieces of work in a timely and organised manner Experience in working autonomously Benefits and perks include: Active mentoring and coaching to support your journey to senior consultant Collaborative, supporting team environment with regular social activities Initiatives and financial reimbursements to help you manage your health and wellness Ad hoc and formal flexible working arrangements to support commitments outside of work Equal opportunity parental leave program with paid Keeping in Touch days to allow you to stay engaged with the team through your leave, as it suits you An inclusive culture with a range of colleague networks such as PRIDE, Women Mercer and Mercer Cares A dedicated 'buddy' to help you kick start your career at Mercer through daily support, mentoring, and training Exam and study assistance so you can pursue your actuarial qualification 'Dress to suit' your day, whether you're in the office or working remotely One day of paid volunteer leave a year with matching of donations through our Social Impact platform About us: Mercer believes in building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer's approximately 25,000 employees are based in 43 countries and the firm operates in 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 85,000 colleagues and annual revenue of over $20 billion. Through its market-leading businesses including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit mercer.com. Follow Mercer on LinkedIn and Twitter Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. Note: the changes to our hybrid work policy do not apply to officially designated remote workers and are subject to any works council or local legal requirement. • Sun, 19 MayClark Insurance
Associate, Actuarial Consulting » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company: Mercer Description: Mercer is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne or Sydney office: Associate, Actuarial Consulting What can you expect? Join our Actuarial Consulting team If you have a passion for delivering industry-leading strategic solutions, high quality comprehensive advice and a great client experience, then we need you on our team as we help superannuation funds, defined benefit trustees and sponsoring employers and insurers navigate some of the biggest challenges of our time. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Mercer's talented, supportive, global team of investment consultants, managers, researchers and thought leaders to bring some of the best investment ideas and solutions to the Australian market. In this fast-paced environment, we actively support you to craft a career that's meaningful for you whether that's more focus or exposure to aspects of our complex business that are of interest, building a professional profile in the market, more flexibility for family or interests outside work, or support for ongoing study and development. We want you to be your best self, to help us create better lives for our clients and each other. What we offer is a chance to join a company that is not only winning, but is transforming in the most exciting way possible. Our CEO, David Bryant, is dedicated to Mercer Australia being a "people first" culture. This means that great performers are greatly rewarded. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding career development, learning opportunities, financial rewards and we are committed to making your journey with us FUN. Voted 1 HR Consulting Company Globally Prestigious Sydney (Barangaroo) office or Melbourne CBD (Docklands) office Great Package Great time to join this global organisation in Growth Phase What is in it for you? At Mercer, we recognise that our most important asset is our people. We offer benefits and programs that support career development such as professional development support, exam and study assistance which will support and nurture you with every opportunity to reach your full potential. We also recognise the value of healthy, happy colleagues and promote a culture of care and wellbeing, offering benefits such as flexible working and much more Leading training and development program Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organisation Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues Genuine work life balance We will count on you to: The primary focus for the role is the delivery and project management of solutions to clients on a range of projects across the actuarial service offering. Core activities include understanding client issues and developing practical solutions particularly in relation to defined benefit superannuation, driving the delivery of client solutions, project managing client facing teams, working with and involving other team members, monitoring progress and peer reviewing outcomes. Responsibilities include: Apply consulting skills, technical expertise, relevant methodologies and professional judgement to client projects Demonstrate intellectual leadership and consistently test final deliverables for completeness, relevance, and high impact against client issues and needs Plan, design, resource and manage client projects and direct staff in executing the plan to deliver projects on time and within budget Nurture key client relationships, identify opportunities to broaden or deepen these relationships in partnership with senior consultants, anticipate and respond to future client needs Support business development initiatives and proposals Develop own and other's capability through informal and formal learning opportunities (may include formal people supervisor responsibility) Participate in projects to improve Mercer, in particular talent, quality, service delivery, internal efficiency / effectiveness and intellectual capital Pursue actuarial professional qualification What you need to have: An actuarial professional qualification (e.g. Associate or Fellowship) or be working towards one 5 years' work experience in financial services, business analysis and / or professional services is valuable. Defined benefit superannuation experience essential Strong analytical skills and the capacity to interpret qualitative and quantitative data Capability to think, articulate and write logically Aptitude and passion for problem solving and creative thinking with the ability to structure analyses and undertake them in a logical and efficient manner Detail orientation and high quality outputs Client centric mindset Uses initiative and drives to outcomes Excellent written and oral communication skills Well organised with the ability to run multiple pieces of work in a timely and organised manner Experience in working autonomously Benefits and perks include: Active mentoring and coaching to support your journey to senior consultant Collaborative, supporting team environment with regular social activities Initiatives and financial reimbursements to help you manage your health and wellness Ad hoc and formal flexible working arrangements to support commitments outside of work Equal opportunity parental leave program with paid Keeping in Touch days to allow you to stay engaged with the team through your leave, as it suits you An inclusive culture with a range of colleague networks such as PRIDE, Women Mercer and Mercer Cares A dedicated 'buddy' to help you kick start your career at Mercer through daily support, mentoring, and training Exam and study assistance so you can pursue your actuarial qualification 'Dress to suit' your day, whether you're in the office or working remotely One day of paid volunteer leave a year with matching of donations through our Social Impact platform About us: Mercer believes in building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer's approximately 25,000 employees are based in 43 countries and the firm operates in 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 85,000 colleagues and annual revenue of over $20 billion. Through its market-leading businesses including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit mercer.com. Follow Mercer on LinkedIn and Twitter Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. Note: the changes to our hybrid work policy do not apply to officially designated remote workers and are subject to any works council or local legal requirement. • Sun, 19 MayClark Insurance
Actuarial Consultant » The Rocks, Sydney - Job Requisition ID: 35816 Mentoring programs - receive support and coaching to progress your career Learn from the best in the business Flexible work arrangements - work in a way that suits you best Join a high performing culture of talented people, who are motivated and passionate about building and implementing information-based solutions What will your typical day look like? We provide quality advice that improves business outcomes for our clients and enables them to achieve their strategic goals. The diversity of work available across the firm ensures the activities of each consultant are interesting and challenging. The role includes the full range of actuarial responsibilities within insurance including valuation and pricing, capital management and optimisation strategic advice, merger & acquisition due diligence and valuations, actuarial model builds and testing, and optimising data and reporting processes. On a day to day basis, you will support the delivery of client engagements through performing analyses, technical review, preparing reports and presentations, attending client meetings and helping the team stay informed on industry updates. About the team Deloitte Actuaries is recognised for providing clients with a full range of advisory, consulting and business algorithmic services across insurance (life, general and health), superannuation and investments, banking and public sector. We are growing and this has created opportunities within our team. Enough about us, let's talk about you. You will be developing knowledge and experience as follows: For our consultants, we typically expect up to 3 years of industry experience. For our senior consultant roles and above, we typically expect 3 years of industry experience. Understanding of actuarial methodologies, financial modelling and sector regulations. Hands-on experience with modelling tools e.g. Prophet, SQL, R etc Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to work effectively within a team environment. Time management skills - prioritisation of work without supervision. Adaptable and responsive to a continuously changing environment. Willingness and desire to work on client projects across multiple sectors as needed. Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we focus our energy on interesting and impactful work. We're always learning, innovating and setting the standard; making a positive difference to our clients and our society. We put coaching at the heart of what we do, helping our people grow their careers in any direction - whether it be up, moving into something new, or even moving across the world. We embrace diversity, equity and inclusion. We have a diverse collection of people from different backgrounds, with different experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. What binds us together is a shared commitment to value everyone's perspective and to cultivate inclusion; so that our work environment is a safe space we can all belong. We prioritise flexibility and choice. At Deloitte, you get trust on Day 1. We know our people get their best work done when they're in control of where and how they work, designing their work week around their client, team and personal commitments. We help you live and work well. To support your personal and professional life, we offer a range of perks and benefits, including retail discounts, wellbeing leave, paid volunteering days, twelve flexible working options, market-leading parental leave and return to work support package. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now, we'd love to hear from you By applying for this job, you'll be assessed against the Deloitte Talent Standards. We've designed these standards so that you can grow in your career, and we can provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provider. LI-DNI • Sun, 19 MayDeloitte
Senior Manager, Actuarial and Analytics » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - A new adventure awaits… How does 5 weeks leave per year, an impactful career that you’ll truly love, and working for a great organisation that empowers wellbeing sound like to you? At Zurich we’re on a journey towards a brighter future… A brighter future for you - focused on your career, your wellbeing, and your community - as well as our customers and the planet. This exciting adventure will drive positive impact. So, if you want to be part of a values led organisation, that is a leader in the insurance industry with a track record of making a real difference and continuously taking steps toward a sustainable future for our people, customers, communities, and our planet…read on Let’s create a brighter future together, let’s make a difference Work is something you do, not only somewhere you go. The way we work continues to evolve and at Zurich we are committed to creating ways of working that ensure you are helping to create a brighter future. It’s important to know, what you do matters. A unique opportunity exists to join Zurich’s Life & Investments Finance team as Senior Manager Actuarial & Analytics. In this key role, you will provide strategic advice and insights using your strong data/analytics skills to drive innovation relating to Life Actuarial matters. Through the use of data and automation you will drive business in new areas, and have an in depth understanding of finance needs to ensure optimum utilisation of Zurich’s business assets and resources. You will support project teams within an agile framework to enhance capabilities in advanced analytics, predictive modelling, and AI, delivering insights on performance, risks and implications for the business. Liaising with a range of senior stakeholders, you will be instrumental in chartering the continued roadmap of Zurich’s Life Insurance offering and journey to become Australia’s leading digital insurer. Important to your success - let's grow together Relevant tertiary qualifications; Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia or equivalent body Demonstrated knowledge and experience of Australian insurance and financial services market, including market structure, product, distribution, regulation, and governance processes. Advanced proficiency in programming language, either in R or Python. Strong knowledge of statistical modelling and machine learning, including GLM, GAM, Decision Trees, GBM. Strong knowledge of database technology, such as SQL, Snowflake. Proficiency in agile methodologies, MLOps, Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), CI/CD Experience in R Shiny or Python Dash. An analytical mindset and ability to interpret complex information Demonstrated knowledge of statistical and actuarial modelling techniques Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills Ability to demonstrate change management in an agile environment Belong. Zurich is here to support you There are so many reasons why Zurich is a great place to be, but here are just a few: 5 weeks leave per year for permanent staff through our new Z leave initiative, as well as 15 days personal/carer’s leave (as we empower our people to manage their own wellbeing); Grow, and thrive in your career (we support and encourage it) with award winning training programs; Work with global, diverse, and inclusive teams; Explore your passions, fuel innovation, drive equity, collaborate and make a positive difference beyond your role; Access programs to stay healthy and feel healthier along with receiving a AUD$500 wellbeing payment per year, plus a AUD$295 new starter e-voucher for your WFH set up (flex work - hybrid working), and other great benefits through our Shine portal; Access to Family Care (parental leave); Volunteer; Work in our state-of-the-art Green Star rated offices (when you are in the office); and dress for your day. We also plant a tree for every new employee – one of many local initiatives driving our contribution to ambitious global sustainability targets… …We could go on, but the main point is that Zurich is a great place to be, where you can truly belong and thrive. Zurich is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to ensuring that our recruitment process is fair and accessible for all candidates. If you require any special accommodations to participate in our recruitment process, we encourage you to please let us know at the time of your application. So, if you want to come on an adventure that will build a brighter future together, and feel a sense of togetherness, then please apply today to start your adventure • Sat, 18 MayZurich
Actuarial Consultant Job Details | Deloitte Services Pty Ltd » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Requisition ID: 35816 Mentoring programs – receive support and coaching to progress your career Learn from the best in the business Flexible work arrangements – work in a way that suits you best Join a high performing culture of talented people, who are motivated and passionate about building and implementing information-based solutions What will your typical day look like? We provide quality advice that improves business outcomes for our clients and enables them to achieve their strategic goals. The diversity of work available across the firm ensures the activities of each consultant are interesting and challenging. The role includes the full range of actuarial responsibilities within insurance including valuation and pricing, capital management and optimisation strategic advice, merger & acquisition due diligence and valuations, actuarial model builds and testing, and optimising data and reporting processes. On a day to day basis, you will support the delivery of client engagements through performing analyses, technical review, preparing reports and presentations, attending client meetings and helping the team stay informed on industry updates. About the team Deloitte Actuaries is recognised for providing clients with a full range of advisory, consulting and business algorithmic services across insurance (life, general and health), superannuation and investments, banking and public sector. We are growing and this has created opportunities within our team. Enough about us, let’s talk about you. You will be developing knowledge and experience as follows: For our consultants, we typically expect up to 3 years of industry experience. For our senior consultant roles and above, we typically expect 3 years of industry experience. Understanding of actuarial methodologies, financial modelling and sector regulations. Hands-on experience with modelling tools e.g. Prophet, SQL, R etc Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to work effectively within a team environment. Time management skills – prioritisation of work without supervision. Adaptable and responsive to a continuously changing environment. Willingness and desire to work on client projects across multiple sectors as needed. Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we focus our energy on interesting and impactful work. We’re always learning, innovating and setting the standard; making a positive difference to our clients and our society. We put coaching at the heart of what we do, helping our people grow their careers in any direction – whether it be up, moving into something new, or even moving across the world. We embrace diversity, equity and inclusion. We have a diverse collection of people from different backgrounds, with different experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. What binds us together is a shared commitment to value everyone’s perspective and to cultivate inclusion; so that our work environment is a safe space we can all belong. We prioritise flexibility and choice. At Deloitte, you get trust on Day 1. We know our people get their best work done when they’re in control of where and how they work, designing their work week around their client, team and personal commitments. We help you live and work well. To support your personal and professional life, we offer a range of perks and benefits , including retail discounts, wellbeing leave, paid volunteering days, twelve flexible working options, market-leading parental leave and return to work support package. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now, we’d love to hear from you By applying for this job, you’ll be assessed against the Deloitte Talent Standards. We’ve designed these standards so that you can grow in your career, and we can provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provider. LI-DNI • Fri, 17 MayDeloitte
Senior Manager, Direct Product » Australia - This role will have key responsibility for driving direct product development, implementation and performance and effective management of the in-force portfolio. This role is pivotal in maintaining NobleOak’s competitive positioning. This role will play a lead role in strategic projects, and growth initiatives in the direct space; be a key contributor in the Growth forum and working closely with colleagues in the actuarial, strategy, marketing and sales distribution. Working with members of the Product and Insurance team, this role may also provide support for other product lines as needed to balance capacity throughout the year. Job Description Key Accountabilities Direct Product Development and Delivery: Drive the product development cycle, including ideation, planning, development, launch, and post-launch analysis. Responsible for the successful delivery of new direct product initiatives, including coordination with technical delivery teams. Lead product development and changes, including benefit fund rules, legal and risk review sign off and management and Board approvals. Conduct ongoing reviews of product and pricing competitiveness, making recommendations to maximise revenue and growth. Manage the reinsurance relationship in respect of product development and management. Educate the NobleOak team on key product/pricing information provide support as needed. Portfolio Management Regularly review analysis across the in-force portfolio (provided by data and actuarial teams) to ensure performance is in line with NobleOak’s targets. Make recommendations to the SLT in respect of the in-force portfolio. Once recommendations are approved, manage the development and implementation of changes in conjunction with the wider team. Project Management/Delivery Drive implementation of a critical project related to product updates, ensuring timely delivery and adherence to quality standards. Work closely with IT, Marketing, and Sales/Service teams to align project goals with overall business objectives. Responsible for delivering the end-to-end project deliverables including technical requirements, internal education, and product management. Key Responsibilities Deep life insurance product expertise – Provide expertise in respect of the product life cycle, direct products, portfolio management, and data analytics. Project Execution – Ensure quality on time, on budget, end to end delivery of project milestones. Use your technical delivery and stakeholder management skills to ensure the milestones are achieved and requirements, actions and outcomes are promptly communicated. Wider team support – Support the wider team with product expertise. Teamwork and Culture - Actively contribute to a positive environment and position NobleOak for ongoing success, with a high-performance culture and strong leadership through acting as a cultural champion. Writing and Reporting – Write reports and papers as required for audiences including the SLT, Board, and regulators. Provide progress updates to the GM Strategy and Deputy Chief Finance Officer and other senior management on project delivery, reporting, control framework and other ad hoc needs. High Quality and Accurate Communication - Communication with internal and external stakeholders, monitoring information and providing general help across the Insurance team when required. Process Improvement – Contribute to d rive process improvement and automation in the Insurance department. Planning and Execution – Provide input to company-wide planning and issue resolution and help drive the execution of our NobleOak operational plan, including key business initiatives. Quality Control - Operate as an important quality controller for the business, ensuring all product project processes are delivered in a timely manner ensuring continued high satisfaction rates. Delivery focus – Strive to exceed all metrics and KPIs while providing excellent consistent customer service. Desired Skills and Experience Capabilities Strong understanding of the Australian Life insurance industry and market, including competitors’ products in the direct life insurance market. Good understanding of the legal and compliance environment of the Life insurance industry. Strong negotiation skills and commercial aptitude. Strong implementation skills, particularly time and project management. Strong technical product knowledge, including understanding of interaction of product terms and conditions, pricing, underwriting and claims in managing overall insurance risk. Good ability to interpret and analyse relevant data to diagnose issues, trends and emerging problems Good problem-solving capabilities, including lateral thinking, to provide advice and recommended solutions to complex issues. Strong communication and stakeholder engagement skills, both written and verbal. Positive, team-focused, driven, and engaging personality. Experience & Qualifications Developed experience in and knowledge of retail life insurance within the Australian marketplace. Exposure to product development over a number of years, ideally 10 years relevant experience including 5 years within Australian Life Insurance. Strong communication and presentation skills and experience working with senior stakeholders including at Board and C-Suite level. Strong understanding of the principles of life insurance from first principles and inclination to get involved in commercial decision-making process. • Fri, 17 MayNobleoak
Catastrophe Analyst » The Rocks, Sydney - Unique opportunity with Aon's Reinsurance team to support the comprehensive approach to risk assessment, risk transfer and risk mitigation Effective catastrophe management is an essential component of an insurer's risk management program. Open to applicants Australia wide, Aon offers flexible working Aon is in the business of better decisions At Aon, we shape decisions for the better to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. As an organization, we are united through trust as one inclusive, diverse team, and we are passionate about helping our colleagues and clients succeed. What the day will look like Using significant expertise of all major catastrophe models, our analysts overcome data and model limitations to provide clients with a comprehensive view of their portfolio. The team is in regular dialogue with all major modelling firms and provides clients with detailed explanations for model changes and interpreting their potential effect on results. Key responsibilities include - Collecting, manipulating and interrogating client exposure and claim data in MS Excel or SQL to support analyses; Utilising catastrophe modelling software to determine clients' exposure to catastrophe hazards such as earthquake, cyclone and bushfire; Analysing clients' historical data to assess their exposure to future large non-catastrophe losses; Using reinsurance optimisation techniques to determine reinsurance strategies that maximise the likelihood that clients can meet their financial goals; Effectively communicating results to internal and external stakeholders using written reports and/or presentations; Developing effective working relationships with internal and external clients; and Actively contributing to research and development ideas. How this opportunity is different Our catastrophe management team assesses client catastrophe exposure, models loss estimates and, alongside our actuaries and brokers, designs reinsurance programs to efficiently manage net risks. In addition, we leverage that knowledge into improvements in catastrophe reinsurance cost recovery and overall portfolio optimization. Skills and experience that will lead to success The ability to work well within a team, a curious mindset and strong problem solving and analytical skills Tertiary qualifications in relevant field of study - actuarial studies, mathematics or statistics Knowledge of catastrophe modelling software (preferred) Advanced Excel skills and strong a working knowledge of MS Word, SQL and PowerPoint Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) Tableau or PowerBI experience Insurance or reinsurance experience Experience with VBA, Python, R an advantage but not essential Excellent organisation skills and ability to work under pressure Self-discipline to manage own workflow and deadlines How we support our colleagues In addition to our comprehensive benefits package, we encourage a diverse workforce. Plus, our agile, inclusive environment allows you to manage your wellbeing and work/life balance, ensuring you can be your best self at Aon. Furthermore, all colleagues enjoy two "Global Wellbeing Days" each year, encouraging you to take time to focus on yourself. We offer a variety of working style solutions, but we also recognise that flexibility goes beyond just the place of work and we are all for it. We call this Smart Working Our continuous learning culture inspires and equips you to learn, share and grow, helping you achieve your fullest potential. As a result, at Aon, you are more connected, more relevant, and more valued. Aon values an innovative, diverse workplace where all colleagues feel empowered to be their authentic selves. Aon is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. Aon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran, marital, domestic partner status, or other legally protected status. We welcome applications from all and provide individuals with disabilities with reasonable adjustments to participate in the job application, interview process and to perform essential job functions once onboard. If you would like to learn more about the reasonable accommodations we provide, email ReasonableAccommodationsAon.com Reinsurance CatastropheAnalyst 2543784 • Fri, 17 MayAon Corporation
Associate, Actuarial Consulting » The Rocks, Sydney - Mercer is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne or Sydney office: Associate, Actuarial Consulting What can you expect? Join our Actuarial Consulting team If you have a passion for delivering industry-leading strategic solutions, high quality comprehensive advice and a great client experience, then we need you on our team as we help superannuation funds, defined benefit trustees and sponsoring employers and insurers navigate some of the biggest challenges of our time. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Mercer's talented, supportive, global team of investment consultants, managers, researchers and thought leaders to bring some of the best investment ideas and solutions to the Australian market. In this fast-paced environment, we actively support you to craft a career that's meaningful for you whether that's more focus or exposure to aspects of our complex business that are of interest, building a professional profile in the market, more flexibility for family or interests outside work, or support for ongoing study and development. We want you to be your best self, to help us create better lives for our clients and each other. What we offer is a chance to join a company that is not only winning, but is transforming in the most exciting way possible. Our CEO, David Bryant, is dedicated to Mercer Australia being a "people first" culture. This means that great performers are greatly rewarded. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding career development, learning opportunities, financial rewards and we are committed to making your journey with us FUN. Voted 1 HR Consulting Company Globally Prestigious Sydney (Barangaroo) office or Melbourne CBD (Docklands) office Great Package Great time to join this global organisation in Growth Phase What is in it for you? At Mercer, we recognise that our most important asset is our people. We offer benefits and programs that support career development such as professional development support, exam and study assistance which will support and nurture you with every opportunity to reach your full potential. We also recognise the value of healthy, happy colleagues and promote a culture of care and wellbeing, offering benefits such as flexible working and much more Leading training and development program Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organisation Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues Genuine work life balance We will count on you to: The primary focus for the role is the delivery and project management of solutions to clients on a range of projects across the actuarial service offering. Core activities include understanding client issues and developing practical solutions particularly in relation to defined benefit superannuation, driving the delivery of client solutions, project managing client facing teams, working with and involving other team members, monitoring progress and peer reviewing outcomes. Responsibilities include: Apply consulting skills, technical expertise, relevant methodologies and professional judgement to client projects Demonstrate intellectual leadership and consistently test final deliverables for completeness, relevance, and high impact against client issues and needs Plan, design, resource and manage client projects and direct staff in executing the plan to deliver projects on time and within budget Nurture key client relationships, identify opportunities to broaden or deepen these relationships in partnership with senior consultants, anticipate and respond to future client needs Support business development initiatives and proposals Develop own and other's capability through informal and formal learning opportunities (may include formal people supervisor responsibility) Participate in projects to improve Mercer, in particular talent, quality, service delivery, internal efficiency / effectiveness and intellectual capital Pursue actuarial professional qualification What you need to have: An actuarial professional qualification (e.g. Associate or Fellowship) or be working towards one 5 years' work experience in financial services, business analysis and / or professional services is valuable. Defined benefit superannuation experience essential Strong analytical skills and the capacity to interpret qualitative and quantitative data Capability to think, articulate and write logically Aptitude and passion for problem solving and creative thinking with the ability to structure analyses and undertake them in a logical and efficient manner Detail orientation and high quality outputs Client centric mindset Uses initiative and drives to outcomes Excellent written and oral communication skills Well organised with the ability to run multiple pieces of work in a timely and organised manner Experience in working autonomously Benefits and perks include: Active mentoring and coaching to support your journey to senior consultant Collaborative, supporting team environment with regular social activities Initiatives and financial reimbursements to help you manage your health and wellness Ad hoc and formal flexible working arrangements to support commitments outside of work Equal opportunity parental leave program with paid Keeping in Touch days to allow you to stay engaged with the team through your leave, as it suits you An inclusive culture with a range of colleague networks such as PRIDE, Women Mercer and Mercer Cares A dedicated 'buddy' to help you kick start your career at Mercer through daily support, mentoring, and training Exam and study assistance so you can pursue your actuarial qualification 'Dress to suit' your day, whether you're in the office or working remotely One day of paid volunteer leave a year with matching of donations through our Social Impact platform About us: Mercer believes in building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer's approximately 25,000 employees are based in 43 countries and the firm operates in 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 85,000 colleagues and annual revenue of over $20 billion. Through its market-leading businesses including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit mercer.com. Follow Mercer on LinkedIn and Twitter Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. Note: the changes to our hybrid work policy do not apply to officially designated remote workers and are subject to any works council or local legal requirement. • Fri, 17 MayMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Associate, Actuarial Consulting » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Mercer is seeking candidates for the following position based in the Melbourne or Sydney office: Associate, Actuarial Consulting What can you expect? Join our Actuarial Consulting team If you have a passion for delivering industry-leading strategic solutions, high quality comprehensive advice and a great client experience, then we need you on our team as we help superannuation funds, defined benefit trustees and sponsoring employers and insurers navigate some of the biggest challenges of our time. You will have the opportunity to work alongside Mercer's talented, supportive, global team of investment consultants, managers, researchers and thought leaders to bring some of the best investment ideas and solutions to the Australian market. In this fast-paced environment, we actively support you to craft a career that's meaningful for you whether that's more focus or exposure to aspects of our complex business that are of interest, building a professional profile in the market, more flexibility for family or interests outside work, or support for ongoing study and development. We want you to be your best self, to help us create better lives for our clients and each other. What we offer is a chance to join a company that is not only winning, but is transforming in the most exciting way possible. Our CEO, David Bryant, is dedicated to Mercer Australia being a "people first" culture. This means that great performers are greatly rewarded. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding career development, learning opportunities, financial rewards and we are committed to making your journey with us FUN. Voted 1 HR Consulting Company Globally Prestigious Sydney (Barangaroo) office or Melbourne CBD (Docklands) office Great Package Great time to join this global organisation in Growth Phase What is in it for you? At Mercer, we recognise that our most important asset is our people. We offer benefits and programs that support career development such as professional development support, exam and study assistance which will support and nurture you with every opportunity to reach your full potential. We also recognise the value of healthy, happy colleagues and promote a culture of care and wellbeing, offering benefits such as flexible working and much more Leading training and development program Professional environment where your career path really matters and is supported in our global organisation Great team environment with energetic and supportive colleagues Genuine work life balance We will count on you to: The primary focus for the role is the delivery and project management of solutions to clients on a range of projects across the actuarial service offering. Core activities include understanding client issues and developing practical solutions particularly in relation to defined benefit superannuation, driving the delivery of client solutions, project managing client facing teams, working with and involving other team members, monitoring progress and peer reviewing outcomes. Responsibilities include: Apply consulting skills, technical expertise, relevant methodologies and professional judgement to client projects Demonstrate intellectual leadership and consistently test final deliverables for completeness, relevance, and high impact against client issues and needs Plan, design, resource and manage client projects and direct staff in executing the plan to deliver projects on time and within budget Nurture key client relationships, identify opportunities to broaden or deepen these relationships in partnership with senior consultants, anticipate and respond to future client needs Support business development initiatives and proposals Develop own and other's capability through informal and formal learning opportunities (may include formal people supervisor responsibility) Participate in projects to improve Mercer, in particular talent, quality, service delivery, internal efficiency / effectiveness and intellectual capital Pursue actuarial professional qualification What you need to have: An actuarial professional qualification (e.g. Associate or Fellowship) or be working towards one 5 years' work experience in financial services, business analysis and / or professional services is valuable. Defined benefit superannuation experience essential Strong analytical skills and the capacity to interpret qualitative and quantitative data Capability to think, articulate and write logically Aptitude and passion for problem solving and creative thinking with the ability to structure analyses and undertake them in a logical and efficient manner Detail orientation and high quality outputs Client centric mindset Uses initiative and drives to outcomes Excellent written and oral communication skills Well organised with the ability to run multiple pieces of work in a timely and organised manner Experience in working autonomously Benefits and perks include: Active mentoring and coaching to support your journey to senior consultant Collaborative, supporting team environment with regular social activities Initiatives and financial reimbursements to help you manage your health and wellness Ad hoc and formal flexible working arrangements to support commitments outside of work Equal opportunity parental leave program with paid Keeping in Touch days to allow you to stay engaged with the team through your leave, as it suits you An inclusive culture with a range of colleague networks such as PRIDE, Women Mercer and Mercer Cares A dedicated 'buddy' to help you kick start your career at Mercer through daily support, mentoring, and training Exam and study assistance so you can pursue your actuarial qualification 'Dress to suit' your day, whether you're in the office or working remotely One day of paid volunteer leave a year with matching of donations through our Social Impact platform About us: Mercer believes in building brighter futures by redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer's approximately 25,000 employees are based in 43 countries and the firm operates in 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world's leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 85,000 colleagues and annual revenue of over $20 billion. Through its market-leading businesses including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. For more information, visit mercer.com. Follow Mercer on LinkedIn and Twitter Marsh McLennan is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible work environment. We aim to attract and retain the best people and embrace diversity of age, background, disability, ethnic origin, family duties, gender orientation or expression, marital status, nationality, parental status, personal or social status, political affiliation, race, religion and beliefs, sex/gender, sexual orientation or expression, skin color, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Marsh McLennan is committed to hybrid work, which includes the flexibility of working remotely and the collaboration, connections and professional development benefits of working together in the office. All Marsh McLennan colleagues are expected to be in their local office or working onsite with clients at least three days per week. Office-based teams will identify at least one "anchor day" per week on which their full team will be together in person. Note: the changes to our hybrid work policy do not apply to officially designated remote workers and are subject to any works council or local legal requirement. • Fri, 17 MayMarsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Catastrophe Analyst » Sydney, Sydney Region - - Unique opportunity with Aon's Reinsurance team to support the comprehensive approach to risk assessment, risk transfer and risk mitigation - Effective catastrophe management is an essential component of an insurer's risk management program. - Open to applicants Australia wide, Aon offers flexible working Aon is in the business of better decisions At Aon, we shape decisions for the better to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. As an organization, we are united through trust as one inclusive, diverse team, and we are passionate about helping our colleagues and clients succeed. What the day will look like Using significant expertise of all major catastrophe models, our analysts overcome data and model limitations to provide clients with a comprehensive view of their portfolio. The team is in regular dialogue with all major modelling firms and provides clients with detailed explanations for model changes and interpreting their potential effect on results. Key responsibilities include - - Collecting, manipulating and interrogating client exposure and claim data in MS Excel or SQL to support analyses; - Utilising catastrophe modelling software to determine clients' exposure to catastrophe hazards such as earthquake, cyclone and bushfire; - Analysing clients' historical data to assess their exposure to future large non-catastrophe losses; - Using reinsurance optimisation techniques to determine reinsurance strategies that maximise the likelihood that clients can meet their financial goals; - Effectively communicating results to internal and external stakeholders using written reports and/or presentations; - Developing effective working relationships with internal and external clients; and - Actively contributing to research and development ideas. How this opportunity is different Our catastrophe management team assesses client catastrophe exposure, models loss estimates and, alongside our actuaries and brokers, designs reinsurance programs to efficiently manage net risks. In addition, we leverage that knowledge into improvements in catastrophe reinsurance cost recovery and overall portfolio optimization. Skills and experience that will lead to success - The ability to work well within a team, a curious mindset and strong problem solving and analytical skills - Tertiary qualifications in relevant field of study - actuarial studies, mathematics or statistics - Knowledge of catastrophe modelling software (preferred) - Advanced Excel skills and strong a working knowledge of MS Word, SQL and PowerPoint - Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) - Tableau or PowerBI experience - Insurance or reinsurance experience - Experience with VBA, Python, R an advantage but not essential - Excellent organisation skills and ability to work under pressure - Self-discipline to manage own workflow and deadlines How we support our colleagues In addition to our comprehensive benefits package, we encourage a diverse workforce. Plus, our agile, inclusive environment allows you to manage your wellbeing and work/life balance, ensuring you can be your best self at Aon. Furthermore, all colleagues enjoy two "Global Wellbeing Days" each year, encouraging you to take time to focus on yourself. We offer a variety of working style solutions, but we also recognise that flexibility goes beyond just the place of work and we are all for it. We call this Smart Working Our continuous learning culture inspires and equips you to learn, share and grow, helping you achieve your fullest potential. As a result, at Aon, you are more connected, more relevant, and more valued. Aon values an innovative, diverse workplace where all colleagues feel empowered to be their authentic selves. Aon is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. Aon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran, marital, domestic partner status, or other legally protected status. We welcome applications from all and provide individuals with disabilities with reasonable adjustments to participate in the job application, interview process and to perform essential job functions once onboard. If you would like to learn more about the reasonable accommodations we provide, email ReasonableAccommodationsAon.com Reinsurance CatastropheAnalyst 2543784 - Unique opportunity with Aon's Reinsurance team to support the comprehensive approach to risk assessment, risk transfer and risk mitigation - Effective catastrophe management is an essential component of an insurer's risk management program. - Open to applicants Australia wide, Aon offers flexible working Aon is in the business of better decisions At Aon, we shape decisions for the better to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. As an organization, we are united through trust as one inclusive, diverse team, and we are passionate about helping our colleagues and clients succeed. What the day will look like Using significant expertise of all major catastrophe models, our analysts overcome data and model limitations to provide clients with a comprehensive view of their portfolio. The team is in regular dialogue with all major modelling firms and provides clients with detailed explanations for model changes and interpreting their potential effect on results. Key responsibilities include - - Collecting, manipulating and interrogating client exposure and claim data in MS Excel or SQL to support analyses; - Utilising catastrophe modelling software to determine clients' exposure to catastrophe hazards such as earthquake, cyclone and bushfire; - Analysing clients' historical data to assess their exposure to future large non-catastrophe losses; - Using reinsurance optimisation techniques to determine reinsurance strategies that maximise the likelihood that clients can meet their financial goals; - Effectively communicating results to internal and external stakeholders using written reports and/or presentations; - Developing effective working relationships with internal and external clients; and - Actively contributing to research and development ideas. How this opportunity is different Our catastrophe management team assesses client catastrophe exposure, models loss estimates and, alongside our actuaries and brokers, designs reinsurance programs to efficiently manage net risks. In addition, we leverage that knowledge into improvements in catastrophe reinsurance cost recovery and overall portfolio optimization. Skills and experience that will lead to success - The ability to work well within a team, a curious mindset and strong problem solving and analytical skills - Tertiary qualifications in relevant field of study - actuarial studies, mathematics or statistics - Knowledge of catastrophe modelling software (preferred) - Advanced Excel skills and strong a working knowledge of MS Word, SQL and PowerPoint - Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) - Tableau or PowerBI experience - Insurance or reinsurance experience - Experience with VBA, Python, R an advantage but not essential - Excellent organisation skills and ability to work under pressure - Self-discipline to manage own workflow and deadlines How we support our colleagues In addition to our comprehensive benefits package, we encourage a diverse workforce. Plus, our agile, inclusive environment allows you to manage your wellbeing and work/life balance, ensuring you can be your best self at Aon. Furthermore, all colleagues enjoy two "Global Wellbeing Days" each year, encouraging you to take time to focus on yourself. We offer a variety of working style solutions, but we also recognise that flexibility goes beyond just the place of work and we are all for it. We call this Smart Working Our continuous learning culture inspires and equips you to learn, share and grow, helping you achieve your fullest potential. As a result, at Aon, you are more connected, more relevant, and more valued. Aon values an innovative, diverse workplace where all colleagues feel empowered to be their authentic selves. Aon is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. Aon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran, marital, domestic partner status, or other legally protected status. We welcome applications from all and provide individuals with disabilities with reasonable adjustments to participate in the job application, interview process and to perform essential job functions once onboard. If you would like to learn more about the reasonable accommodations we provide, email ReasonableAccommodationsAon.com Reinsurance CatastropheAnalyst • Wed, 15 MayAON
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