We are seeking a dynamic and highly-motivated recent graduate to join our Life and Financial Services practice in the UK.
Milliman’s Life and Financial Services practice in the UK offers a high standard of consulting services to financial services providers such as life insurance companies, asset managers, investment banks and regulatory bodies.
Our consulting services for our clients include merger and acquisition services, restructuring advice and implementation, independent review, Chief Actuary and With-
Profits Actuary roles, and risk management services. Our client base includes firms in the UK, Europe and the US.
You will be working as part of a team, focusing on delivering actuarial and analytical solutions to our clients. You should be deadline-
driven with the ability to juggle multiple, competing priorities.
Milliman offers a competitive study package to support you in qualifying as an actuary.
To manage the technical aspects of specific client assignments (including running analytics tools and building models), within the agreed budgets and timeframes;
To process and handle data;
To manage relationships with, and expectations of, specific clients;
To attend client meetings as required;
To assist in the timely production of reports to clients;
To understand and comply with the Life and Financial Services practice’s risk management processes and procedures;
To ensure that, for the assignments being managed, compliance is fully documented;
To assist in the development and implementation of the practice’s marketing plan;
To deliver presentations and produce articles in collaboration with other members of the team;
To maintain high standards of technical knowledge and understanding, through reading of technical papers, participation in appropriate seminars, conferences, etc.;
To disseminate this knowledge and understanding amongst colleagues and, where appropriate, clients;
To provide assistance as and when needed to other team members;
To work towards timely qualification as a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries; and
To carry out all tasks within the job holder’s level of skill and ability.
An undergraduate degree in a numerical subject;
Good knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
Interest in issues affecting our client base;
Good communication skills;
Highly technical good analytical skills;
Flexible with workloads and priorities;
Happy to work as part of a team, but able to also work independently;
Good organisational skills; and
A commitment to an actuarial career and qualification as an actuary.
Programming skills (VBA, R or similar);
Knowledge of SAS or similar statistical software and / or experience working with large datasets.
Licences & certifications