Our very competitive package of Employee Benefits includes
everything from tuition reimbursement to 401(k) savings plans.
Position Specific Requirements:
1. Exhibit the mathematical skills and statistical analysis capabilities necessary to support and complete the workload assigned.2. Exhibit above average oral and written communication skills.3. Exhibit basic knowledge of personal computer hardware and software operation, and the ability to satisfactorily utilize the desktop computer work tools present within the Actuarial Division (i.e., Spreadsheet, Word Processing, Database, Application Development, etc.).4. Exhibit acceptable performance relative to the following dimensions, and the ability to apply them to interpersonal environments: Oral Communication AnalysisWritten Communication DecisivenessJob Motivation JudgmentInitiative Organizational VisionTolerance for Stress Technical/Professional KnowledgeSensitivity5. Possess basic knowledge of the health insurance industry, managed care, and computer programming. Possess good problem solving skills and good interpersonal skills.6. Have the ability to work with minimal supervision.
1. A Bachelor's degree required with preference given to the following majors: Computer Science, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Statistics, or other mathematics or financial related field from an accredited college or university. Successful completion of two or more actuarial exams may be considered for substitution for the degree, if the candidate's degree is not in one of the fields listed.2. One or more successfully completed SOA exams. Actuarial statistics experience may be substituted for the exam credits.
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