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Senior Manager (Actuarial Development)

Salary range

£87,504 - £109,380

So what will you be doing? Reporting directly to the Chief Actuary, you'll lead on various projects and development activities to support our key priorities. By its nature the responsibilities of the role aren't fixed, but example areas you can expect to be involved in are:

  • Regulatory, professional or market change (e.g. Solvency II reform, climate change, response to regulatory or professional consultations).
  • Actuarial delivery of key business projects (e.g. business re-organisations, acquisition and disposals, capital management initiatives).
  • Support senior leaders in investigating, explaining and resolving issues arising.

By building from your broad base of technical knowledge and experience, we'll give you the opportunity to develop your technical, communication and stakeholder management skills through exciting and meaningful work that supports the development of the business. You'll be in close contact with senior management across actuarial and the wider business.

About you

To excel in this role, you’ll need to be a Qualified Actuary, or have equivalent qualifications and experience, with a broad range of life insurance experience. You'll have an in-depth understanding of insurance regulation and appreciation of wider financial regulation. Excellent written and verbal communication skills will enable you to engage a range of partners across technical fields (e.g. accountants, lawyers and project managers). You should be a self-starter, to identify a way forward and make progress in a new situation.

You'll also be:

  • Confident, proactive and flexible in your approach.
  • Curious in nature, and not afraid to ask questions to deepen your understanding.
  • Committed to continuous improvement.

What do we offer?

Competitive salary and bonus package, 30 days holiday per year (plus bank holidays) with the option to buy up to 5 more, private medical insurance, up to 15% pension contribution, death in service benefit, share plans and a wide variety of discounted financial products and colleague offers.

We're flexible on location: the role can be based out of our Edinburgh, London or Bristol offices. We're committed to hybrid working, combining the benefits of collaboration in offices with the flexibility of working from home.

We're an equal opportunity employer and deeply value diversity within our organisation.

We'll ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

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