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Associate Actuary, Experience Studies

New York, NY 10001

Posted: 12/13/2022 Category: Actuarial Science Job Number: 282991-1_1 Salary: $90,000-$115,000

Job Description

Title: Associate Actuary, Experience Studies
Location: Remote

Actuarial Summary:
Associate Actuary needed to join a growing Inforce & Experience Studies Life team. You will help build, maintain, and improve on experience models and analysis.

Actuarial Work & Qualifications:
-Build, peer review, and maintain experience studies and tools
-Analyze experience for trends, anomalies, and assessing risk
-3+ years relevant actuarial experience & Near Associate of Society of Actuaries (ASA)
-Strong proficiency in a programming language such as Python, SAS, R, Power BI, Tableau

Smith Hanley Associates takes pride in being the premier recruiting agency serving the actuarial industry. For over 30 years, we have served both clients and candidates with specialization in analytics and actuarial science. For more information, please visit our website at

Meet Your Recruiter

Rory Hauser

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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