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Actuarial Analyst

We are recruiting for an Actuarial Analyst to join our Bulk Purchase Annuity (BPA) team in Norwich. This is a great job for an enthusiastic individual with excellent organisational and communication skills who’s passionate about delivering first class service. You will join a supportive and growing team at an exciting time, as we shape our proposition and re-design how we work to achieve our goals.

A bit about the job:

The position holder will join our onboarding team. This team is responsible for the installation of a scheme from scheme win, to when it is ready to move in to the BAU administration team. You will be responsible for:

  • Interpreting scheme data and benefit structure details, building schemes within the Administration system, and testing outputs within set timescales
  • Understanding challenges as they come about and removing blockages for the team
  • Supporting the development of new system functionality
  • Challenging processes and helping to create improvements
  • First point resolution for scheme data and benefit structure queries
  • Supporting the team and implementation managers to help meet client milestones

Skills and experience we’re looking for:

  • Excellent mathematical skills with the ability to accurately handle large data sets.
  • Knowledge of Defined Benefit schemes and/or Bulk Purchase Annuities gained from working within the insurance or financial services sector would be desirable.
  • Enthusiasm to learn more about defined benefit scheme structures and variations.
  • Problem solving and data analysis skills with a high attention to detail.
  • Effective verbal & written communication skills, with good interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team.

What you’ll get for this role:

Our purpose - with you today, for a better tomorrow – is a promise we make to our colleagues too.  And one of the ways we live up to that promise is by investing in you.  We have so much to offer when it comes to being an Aviva colleague.

  • Starting salary between £25,000 and £28,000 (depending on location, skills, experience, and qualifications)
  • Bonus opportunity - 6% of annual salary; Actual amount depends on your performance and Aviva’s.
  • Generous pension scheme - Aviva will contribute up to 14%, depending on what you put in.
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, and you can choose to buy or sell up to 5 days
  • Make your money go further - Up to 40% discount on Aviva products , and other retailer discounts
  • Up to £1,200 of free Aviva shares per year through our Matching Share Plan and share in the success of Aviva with our Save As You Earn scheme
  • Brilliantly supportive policies including parental and carer’s leave
  • Flexible benefits to suit you, including sustainability options such as cycle to work
  • Make a difference, be part of our Aviva Communities and use your 3 paid volunteering days to help others
  • We take your wellbeing seriously with lots of support and tools

Aviva is for everyone:

We’re inclusive and welcome everyone – we want applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Excited but not sure you tick every box? Research tells us that women, particularly, feel this way.  So, regardless of gender, why not apply. And if you’re in a job share just apply as a pair.

We flex locations, hours and working patterns to suit our customers, business, and you. Most of our people are smart working –spending around 50% of their time in our offices every week - combining the benefits of flexibility, with time together with colleagues.

We interview every disabled applicant who meets the minimum criteria for the job. Once you’ve applied, please send us an email stating that you have a disclosed disability, and we’ll interview you.

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