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Actuarial Analyst (12M FTC)

Based in Bristol

Ref: SAN341

Background

Based in our offices in Bristol; we are currently looking for an Actuarial Analyst on a 12M FTC (maternity cover) basis to support a wide range of actuarial requirements, projects and initiatives.
 
The role
 
Reporting directly to our Actuarial Manager; your role will be to support and manage a variety of tasks that the Actuarial Department facilitates.
 
The role holder will have an opportunity to take an active role in re-shaping our approach and will be encouraged to form innovative ideas to improve the ways in which we work.
 
This is a fantastic opportunity (with great exposure within the business) for a part-qualified actuary who has the ability and desire to really make a difference. Considerations would also be given to candidates with relevant qualifications looking to enter the actuarial field within Financial Services.    
 
Skills and experience
 

Successful candidates are likely to demonstrate the following:

  • “A” Level Mathematics
  • Educated to Degree level with an aligned subject (i.e Maths / Finance)
  • Actuarial experience within a life insurance environment-Desireable
  • Part way through Institute and Faculty of Actuaries exams
  • Excellent Excel, Word and Access skills
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to manage own workload and meet deadlines
  • Ability to interact with other teams including internal and external advisers 
  • Candidates with experience of the following would be of particular interest:

 
Experience of Prophet, Visual Basic or SQL would be useful but not essential. In return; we will offer you a great place to work, great training and support.

If you think you're our sort of person, please email resourcing@sanlam.co.uk  with your details

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