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Actuarial Risk Manager (6 Month FTC)

Salary: National starting salary - circa £70,000, London starting salary - circa £85,000

This is a 6 month Fixed Term Contract role.

In this role, you will support the execution of risk and control assessment activity within the UK Finance function, looking at all aspects of the control environment in Finance, not limited to those associated with financial reporting. Specific focus will be on actuarial processes, with targeted activity on Model Risk, End User Computing testing and review of Solvency II basis risks. The role also incorporates performance of quality assurance activity in looking to improve the quality of information recorded in our risk management system (iCARE).

Ensuring effective and embedded risk management is imperative at Aviva and as part of this role you will be responsible for encouraging an appropriate culture is in place to support and improve the risk and control environment. The role provides an opportunity to help upskill the Finance community in understanding what a good control environment looks like and to clarify the role that they have to play in this regard.

Skills and experience we’re looking for:

  • Actuarial skills are essential, including SII experience, implementation of SCR, production of best estimate liabilities, model review/ migration, analysis of change, review of assumptions and SII model validation experience
  • Non-Life background experience
  • Audit experience of GI companies is essential
  • Risk and Controls delivery experience, including SOX and internal risk and control management
  • Knowledge of risk and financial reporting controls specific to actuarial processes

What you’ll get for this role:

  • National starting salary circa £70,000, London starting salary circa £85,000 (depending on location, skills, experience, and qualifications)
  • Bonus opportunity - 10% 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/29 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:

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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.

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