Allianz logo

Allianz

Share this job:

View all jobs at Allianz

⛔️ Allianz are no longer taking applications for this job.

Actuarial Analyst (Life)

About Us

Allianz Life is a company that cares for its employees, customers, and community. They create new products to help customers protect their families and pursue their retirement goals. Allianz Life is an equal opportunity employer that promotes an inclusive culture where everyone has the opportunity to grow and be rewarded for their success.

Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America has been keeping its promises since 1896. Today, it helps families achieve their retirement income and protection goals with a variety of annuities and life insurance products. Allianz Life is part of Allianz SE, a global leader in the financial services industry with 142,000 employees worldwide.

About the role

As a starting actuary, you will gain real employee experiences from a top FORTUNE’S "100 Best Companies to Work For" corporation. This includes analyzing annuity and life insurance products, participating in the development and pricing of new products, preparing financial statements, hedging investments, producing analysis and reports for senior leaders, performing Excel spreadsheet automation, and developing complex financial models. With exceptional opportunities and benefits such as presentation opportunities, access to senior and executive level leaders, financial education workshops, and a professional development series, Allianz Life is the place to get started as an actuary.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in preparation of financial reports, memorandums and other required actuarial supporting analyses including:
  • New product and filings and rollouts
  • Product management actions
  • Requests from external auditors, state regulators and rating agencies
  • Parent company requests and requirements
  • Experience studies and assistance in development of pricing, projection or valuation assumptions
  • Design and develop sophisticated modeling techniques in an Actuarial projection software
  • Communicate actuarial results to cross-functional areas including:
  • Business unit and other Support unit personnel and documentation of the actuarial analysis performed

Requirements

Allianz Life is looking for candidates with superior communication, programming, and math skills, the ability to translate results into words, experience using Excel, VBA and/or other programming languages, a 4-year degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics or related field, completion of 1-2 SOA exams, and leadership experience is a plus. Preference will be given to candidates that also have previous actuarial internship experience, successful completion of more than one SOA exam, and programming or database management experience.

Benefits

Allianz Life offers a benefits package that supports the True Balance of its employees and their families. They offer a choice of comprehensive medical and dental plan options, a generous time off plan, and an outstanding 401(k) company match. Plus, employees enjoy an award-winning campus with an array of discounted amenities, including an onsite health center, child development center, fitness facility, convenience store, and two cafeterias.

Allianz Life employees and leaders take an active role in shaping the culture through Employee Resource Groups, whose activities and advocacy contribute to an environment that welcomes, includes, and celebrates diversity.

Allianz Group is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. They encourage you to bring your whole self to work, no matter where you are from, what you look like, who you love, or what you believe in. They welcome applications regardless of ethnicity or cultural background, age, gender, nationality, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.

View all jobs at Allianz

⛔️ Allianz are no longer taking applications for this job.

From the blog

Expert tips on actuarial career growth and development.

7 ways to avoid burnout as an actuary

Being an actuary isn’t the 9-5 job that everyone thinks it is. At some point in your career, you'll probably feel like you're approaching burnout.