Actuarial Analyst

Although the word "insurance" isn't beyond exciting, we know you'll find Pekin Insurance is truly "Beyond the expected?" when it comes to your next career move. If you're ready to work with a team of professionals who actually live a core set of values?and go home each night knowing you've made a difference, you've landed at the right place.
Position Objective:
This position is responsible for performing actuarial analysis in the Property and Casualty pricing area. Primary responsibility will be to complete rate reviews on assigned lines.
Complete rate indications for both personal and commercial lines
Prepare data for reinsurance submissions
Complete quarterly reserve reviews
Provide filing support if necessary on rate changes
Recommend reserving, reinsurance, and economic capital modelling strategies to Management
Continue progress with the CAS exams
Assist with statistical reporting
All other duties and projects as assigned by Actuarial Manager
The ability to create and maintain accuracy of actuarial reports and analysis
Ability to meet established guidelines
Excellent reasoning abilities
Ability to organize and reason in a logical manner
Ability to synthesize, write, diagnose, collect, extrapolate and review data
Ability to handle pressure and stress in a dynamic and changing environment
Ability to manage time and complete multiple tasks while continually meeting deadlines
Must have strong computer skills, including advanced Microsoft Excel user
Must have advanced problem solving and analytical skills
Must be self-directed and effective working independently, yet equally comfortable contributing in a team environment
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science, or related business field
Completed 1 CAS Exam
Experience using R, Python or other statistical software
Experience querying databases is preferred

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