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Health Actuarial Analyst (Remote)
Aon is looking for an Actuarial Analyst to serve clients within our private healthcare exchange, the Aon Active Health Exchange (AAHE). The AAHE is growing and it is an exciting time to be part of the team dedicated to serving our clients and partners in this industry leading solution. We’re looking for someone who is passionate about actuarial work. As part of an industry-leading team, you will help empower results for our clients by delivering innovative and effective solutions as part of our Exchanges business group within Aon. Candidates can be based out of their home or any of Aon's US offices.
- Data collection and review: feasibility studies; annual RFP process
- Checking and quality control
- Data & presentation formatting
- Risk Adjustment calculations and checking
- Financial modeling (including quality review) of medical and dental quoted rates vs. self-insured projections
- Initial bid analysis (including actuarial value modeling) to assist with the negotiation process
- Data analytics support
- Assistance with Defined Contribution modeling
- Implementation support to benefits administration teams
- Miscellaneous support
- Participation in Health & Benefits practice sponsored and external training, to grow consulting acumen
- Bachelor’s degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics & Business, or related fields
- Progress towards FSA/ASA designation (Fellow of the Society of Actuaries or Associate of the Society of Actuaries)
- At least one year of health and welfare experience (carrier or employer consulting) preferred
- General understanding of the health insurance field and the healthcare reform legislation
How we support our colleagues
In addition to our comprehensive benefits package, we encourage a diverse workforce. Plus, our agile, inclusive environment allows you to manage your wellbeing and work/life balance, ensuring you can be your best self at Aon. Furthermore, all colleagues enjoy two “Global Wellbeing Days” each year, encouraging you to take time to focus on yourself. We offer a variety of working style solutions, but we also recognize that flexibility goes beyond just the place of work... and we are all for it. We call this Smart Working!
Our continuous learning culture inspires and equips you to learn, share and grow, helping you achieve your fullest potential. As a result, at Aon, you are more connected, more relevant, and more valued.
Aon values an innovative, diverse workplace where all colleagues feel empowered to be their authentic selves. Aon is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.
Aon provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran, marital, domestic partner status, or other legally protected status.
We welcome applications from all and provide individuals with disabilities with reasonable adjustments to participate in the job application, interview process and to perform essential job functions once onboard. If you would like to learn more about the reasonable accommodations we provide, email ReasonableAccommodations@Aon.com
Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
The salary range for this position (intended for U.S. applicants) is $70,000-$102,000 annually. The actual salary will vary based on applicant’s education, experience, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity and alignment with market data. The salary may also be adjusted based on applicant’s geographic location. The salary range reflected is based on a primary work location. The actual salary may vary for applicants in a different geographic location.
Aon offers a comprehensive package of benefits for full-time and regular part-time colleagues, including, but not limited to: a 401(k) savings plan with employer contributions; an employee stock purchase plan; consideration for long-term incentive awards at Aon’s discretion; medical, dental and vision insurance, various types of leaves of absence, paid time off, including 12 paid holidays throughout the calendar year, 15 days of paid vacation per year, paid sick leave as provided under state and local paid sick leave laws, short-term disability and optional long-term disability, health savings account, health care and dependent care reimbursement accounts,employee and dependent life insurance and supplemental life and AD&D insurance; optional personal insurance policies, adoption assistance, tuition assistance, commuter benefits, and an employee assistance program that includes free counseling sessions. Eligibility for benefits is governed by the applicable plan documents and policies.
Aon offers a benefits package for temporary and seasonal employees who will work 20 or more hours per week including: medical, dental, and vision insurance at the employee’s expense, critical illness insurance,10 Company holidays per calendar year (paid, if eligible), paid sick leave as provided under state and local law, and a 401(k) savings plan with employer contributions. Eligibility for benefits are governed by the applicable plan documents and policies.
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