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Associate Actuary

If you want to experience how things are done in the Group Risk Management, Dynamic Financial Analysis (GRM-DFA) team at our headquarters in Hannover/Germany, join us on a permanent, full-time basis commencing at the earliest possible date as an Associate Actuary.

Your Tasks

  • Overseeing the internal model for Hannover Re's market and credit risks
  • Regular calculation and analysis of the market and credit risks
  • Coordinating and handling inquiries from supervisory authorities regarding the internal model
  • Dealing with inquiries from internal and external stakeholders

Your Profile

  • Degree in (business) mathematics or related academic discipline with a quantitative orientation
  • Well-versed in using MS Office
  • Programming skills are an asset
  • Proficient user skills in German and English (at least level C1)
  • Strong organisational skills, a flair for problem solving and conceptual abilities

On a personal level, you can impress us with your capacity for analytical thinking and sharp perceptive faculties. If you also have an open and assured manner in interactions with internal and external customers, you have come to exactly the right place!

What We Offer

  • An international working environment with short decision channels, an open feedback culture and a sense of community shaped by mutual esteem and a readiness to help
  • Structured onboarding, flexible working hours, benefits superior to those of the collective agreement as well as modern offers for personal development, health management and work-life balance are just some of our benefits
  • You contribute your specialist and methodological expertise and we offer you fresh input and the opportunity to further develop your potential – including room to come up with innovative ideas and act on them!
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