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Actuarial Manager (Retirement)

Role Summary:

  • Graduate, numerate degree preferred such as Mathematics / Statistics / Economics / Engineering
  • Steady exam progress on your actuarial qualifications with a proven track record of applying actuarial techniques and should have cleared at-least two core technical actuarial exams
  • Ability to work well in a collaborative team environment by being respectful and supportive of others, communicating openly and constructively and being an active listener.

Role Overview:

  • Leverages junior colleagues to complete valuations
  • Full responsibilities for some larger valuations
  • Manages valuations independently and makes sure all deliverables are completed, timely and within scope
  • Helps junior colleagues prioritize valuations
  • Begins to have more technical discussions with the stakeholders
  • Prepares original materials (letters, reports, discussion guides) for the lead actuary including first draft of commentary on results
  • Peer reviews others
  • Answers many client questions without reliance on the lead actuary
  • Strong backup to lead actuary
  • Maintains some and develops other relationships with higher- level contacts
  • Tests results from client’s perspective
  • Comfortable checking work performed by others
  • Able to communicate results, options, pitfalls, questions
  • Ensures own work and work of junior colleagues is complete and thorough, requiring minimal review from lead actuary
  • Uses formal training as deeper dive in technical topics; leverages to client valuations
  • Trains less experienced colleagues; gives feedback; leads new hire sessions
  • Builds knowledge of valuations, interprets results and explains results to clients
  • Help to refine National Valuation Team standards and processes and develop training materials
  • Resource for more complex ProVal issues
  • Manages and improves recovery on own National Valuation Team projects
  • Begins to monitor broader National Valuation Team colleagues and process to measure efficiency
  • Starts to consider valuation budget and how time should be spent by whomIdentifies and implements improvements to the National Valuation Team valuation process
  • Act as role models for junior colleagues, adhere to all Aon policies

Skills & Knowledge Requirements:

  • A good level of computer literacy (including Microsoft Office)

Mandatory Skills (Behavioral):

Exhibits leadership skills, drives execution. Creates an environment that encourages a positive, open and effective team culture by identifying and acknowledging good ideas and achievements, encouraging teams to share successes and learn positively from each other, Understands and demonstrates the importance of achieving results through self and team to meet business goals, Accountable for making and implementing decisions impacting team.

Displays high levels of personal energy and commitment. Resolves any customer complaints or problems quickly and recommends actions to avoid re-occurrence. Plans and organizes work where the complexity or volume of activities requires considerable co-ordination

Mandatory Skills (Specialized):

  • Good communication & language skills in both written and verbal English with experience in operational management and improvement

Good To Have:

  • Knowledge in Financial industry

Works with: Small to large project teams and extensive interaction with internal and/or external clients.

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