Actuarial Analyst

Location UK / Northern Ireland

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary £25000 - 35000

Updated 6 days ago

Reference 1359924

 Job Description

At Just. we are recruiting for our future and we currently have an exciting opportunity to join our team as Actuarial Analysts on a permanent basis from our Belfast office.

At Just. we are recruiting for our future and we currently have an exciting opportunity to join our team as Actuarial Analysts on a permanent basis from our Belfast office.

The main purpose of the role is to provide support and expertise to the technical department of our new HUB Pension Solutions to ensure the provision of an efficient, professional and profitable service.

You will be required to deal with a variety of tasks to support HUB Pension Solutions objectives in respect of both existing services and planned future developments and this will be a great opportunity to get involved with our latest business as it offers great scope and variety to help shape the future direction.
 
This is an ideal role for a part qualified Actuary with a number of years’ experience within a Pensions/Life business and is looking to take on a lead role and gain further exposure across an exciting new business.

We are also able to provide a study package to the individuals within this role to become a qualified Actuary along with great exposure across a business with ambitions as large as your own.

Day to day as an Actuarial Analyst

• Undertake technical calculations, e.g. program actuarial valuation systems to calculate transfer values and benefit projections under different scenarios.
• Help to build internal actuarial functionality – develop and improve the actuarial modelling and reporting tools used.
• To operate a robust control framework for the production of results including maintaining appropriate documentation and compliance with relevant requirements (including TASs and FCA COBS rules)
• Produce neat, dated and fully referenced work which is easily checkable and can be followed up at a later date

Skills we are looking for

• A first class or upper second class degree in a quantitative subject or equivalent professional experience.
• Member of IFoA and progressing with the actuarial exams.
• An understanding of defined benefit pension schemes and associated actuarial calculations.
• Knowledge of the UK pensions landscape.
• Able to assess materiality of issues and determine appropriate course of action.
• Excellent commercial acumen and technical skillset.
• Understanding of actuarial principles and techniques.
• Strong IT skills, particularly excel.