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Actuarial Analyst

San Francisco, CA 94108

Posted: 06/16/2022 Category: Actuarial Science Job Number: 281976-3_1 Salary: $60,000-80,000

Job Description

Title: Actuarial Analyst
Lcoation: Orange County, CA and Tampa
Salary" $60-80k


Developing spreadsheets
Inputting and manipulating data
Performing predictive modeling using GLM and non-linear methods using mostly SAS and R, that support rate analyses
Preparing and submitting state regulatory filing support
Checking work for technical accuracy
Qualifications
Required:

A college degree
At least two actuarial exams passed
Technically proficient in Excel
SAS, R, SQL or Python programming experience required
Experience in property/casualty actuarial ratemaking and/or state regulatory filing a plus
Predictive modeling experience is helpful but not required
Desired:

The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:

Service oriented
Quick learner
Team player
Good with detail
Excellent written and oral communication skills


Meet Your Recruiter

Rory Hauser
Principal

After finishing his MBA at the John Welch College of Business, Rory joined Smith Hanley in 2015 to recruit in the actuarial and analytics space. He specializes in the placement of actuaries and statistical analytics candidates nationwide. 

Rory has over 15 years business experience in both recruiting and operations providing him the tools necessary to assist both clients and candidates. In his spare time Rory enjoys skiing, mountain biking, and fishing. 

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