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Our Midwestern client has an immediate need for an Enrolled Actuary in their growing consulting practice. This is an excellent opportunity for an actuary to join a dynamic, tight knit group, and gain a wide breadth of experience working with a variety of plans and clients. Must be able to sign, but continued exam progress is not required. Experience with small DB plans, and familiarity with DC and profit sharing plans is a plus. Compensation will start around $100,000 a year. (#48693)
Midwest insurance client is seeking a student actuary or ASA with some pension consulting experience. Strong interpersonal and communications skills required, as well as the ability to successfully manage multiple work streams at the same time. Candidate must be able to communicate with clients, work in a team setting, and mentor junior staff. A background with PBGC, defined benefits, and defined contribution preferred. (#48659)
Our industry leading UK client is looking for an experienced pension actuary to spearhead the expansion of their leading edge pension software platform to the US. This is an unmatched opportunity for a technically competent actuary to put their solid communication and consultative skills to work. Experience with ALM and investment modeling and management is preferred. The growth potential for the individual in this role and the company as a whole cannot be overstated. This could be for an FSA or a fast-track or career ASA who has deep experience and ties to the pension field. Compensation and benefits are commensurate with the key strategic value of this role. Incentive compensation will be extremely generous for the successful candidate. (48568)
Connecticut insurer is in need of an ASA or EA with at least 3+ years of experience in Pension insurance or Universal Life. This individual must possess a solid understanding of DB Pension plans, member optionality and ERISA guidelines. Superior technical skills and ability to understand complex quantitative concepts and actuarial models is required. (#48565)
Our consulting client in Illinois is looking for an FSA with at least 8 years of actuarial experience, preferably with a consulting firm. Ideally this individual would have a background serving the public sector market and open to limited travel. (#48232)
Actuarial Consulting Firm seeks student level actuary with 3+ years of experience in OPEB or Defined Benefits, along with knowledge of actuarial valuation software. Must be proficient in Excel and have strong communication skills. This position can also be based in Indiana, Illinois, Georgia or California. (#48128)
A well known international client is in need of an EA, ASA, or FSA with at least 5 years of experience, and proficiency in IRS funding valuations, as well as the ability to oversee actuarial analysts in the preparation of benefit calculations, government forms, etc. Must have strong management skills. (HPJ #47847)
Client seeks pension actuary student or ASA with 5+ years of experience with a consulting firm or insurance company. Must have solid project management skills, along with the ability to effectively present information to a diverse audience. Programming skills are a plus, but not required. (#47422)
Growing pension consulting firm seeks FSA / EA pension actuary with 7+ years of employee benefits and/or retirement benefits experience. Proficiency in ProVal a big plus, as well as strong public speaking skills. Must be available to travel, multi-task, and meet deadlines. (HPJ #47805)
Our client seeks an ASA in pursuit of FSA designation, or preferably an EA with a minimum of 5 years of experience working with Defined Benefits. This role will work with multiple projects such as private, public and special retirement projects. Project management and consulting experience are required. This role can be located in Indiana (preferred), Illinois, Missouri or Georgia. (#51206)
Our client in Indiana seeks a pension student actuary with 3+ years of experience who has passed at least 2+ exams, and is currently working towards an ASA designation. A new / near ASA or EA is strongly preferred, but not required. This role can also be located in Illinois, Missouri or Georgia. (#51195)
Leading global Actuarial Software Company is looking for an actuary with German Pension experience to expand their presence in Germany. Ideally this person will be designated by the German Actuarial Association (DAV) and have at least 5 years' experience at a German pension consulting firm. This role will be based in the NE with occasional travel to Germany. This is a remarkable opportunity to drive the entry of the company's flagship product into a brand new international market. Must be fluent in both German and English, and possess a high degree of technical aptitude with experience using pension software. Programming skills are a plus. (#51191)
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