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Senior Actuarial Analyst - Non Life

Ref: 9222658

  • €60,000 - €70,000
  • 17 Feb 2021
  • Dublin (Central)
  • Perm

Senior Actuarial Analyst – Non-Life A leading, global player in the insurance sector who have over three thousand employees world-wide, over 10 locations and a significant Irish presence. They have built an enviable high-performance culture, who constantly develop and further the careers of those who work for it, with opportunities for growth both on and offshore. Following an internal promotion an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Actuarial Analyst to join their non-life business in a high-profile reporting function. Your role will be varied and challenging, with main responsibilities including: • Preparing Solvency II regulatory reports for central bank • Calculating premium and claim provisions • Preparation of non-life solvency capital requirement report • Assist in production of other governance reporting such as ARTP and ORSA • Play a key role in on-going process enhancement/automation where possible • Assist with ad-hoc reporting and analysis when required To be considered for this role you will be fully qualified or a significant way toward qualifying for your actuarial qualification. You will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the actuarial function of a non-life business and come with good understanding of Solvency II reporting requirements. In person you will be highly organised and detailed focused, able to carry out tasks within given deadlines and work well within a team setting. In return you will be given the chance to work for a leading, global organisation who will challenge you and provide endless growth opportunities and the chance to learn from some of the industry’s best. You will be placed in a high-profile team which offers you access to high-level stakeholders from around the business. Alongside this, a market leading salary and benefits package is on offer. For more information on this position please contact James O’Donnell on 01 662 1000 or [email protected]