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General Description:

The Defined Benefits Senior Actuarial Analyst performs analysis and calculations necessary to complete client pension projects for review by Actuaries and completes peer review of other Actuarial Analysts' work. He/she is involved in numerous client projects simultaneously and must manage their contribution to project time and budget effectively to ensure a correct and complete client deliverable. The Senior Actuarial Analyst at this level is expected to complete the assigned duties independently with limited instruction.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Draft and peer review the actuarial valuation and maintain plan record keeping for assigned clients and finalize after actuarial review. Maintain turnaround time to meet the client's requirements and the department's timing standards.
  • Review the participant annual funding notice and actuarial AFTAP certification completed by the Actuarial Analyst.
  • Review IRS Form 5500, along with appropriate schedules, completed by the Actuarial Analyst and deliver it in an appropriate timeframe to the client.
  • Review the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) Comprehensive Premium Form for determining premium payments to comply with PBGC regulations. This form should be completed in accordance with the Department's timing standards.
  • Draft and review the ASC 715 Pension Expense Calculation (including settlement transactions) and Disclosure Statement. Ensure timely delivery of this statement to assigned clients.
  • Formulate and review benefit calculations and projected benefit estimates, including QDROs.
  • Facilitate communication between the client and the actuary for assigned clients. Draft correspondence between USICG and the client.
  • Demonstrate competency with mortality and interest theory concepts.
  • Complete special project assignments as requested by the client or actuary.
  • Ability to work within various software applications to become efficient in completing client assignments.
  • Foster and maintain a friendly and collaborative atmosphere within the department and company.
 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Computer Science or Finance.
  • 3-5 years of post-education pension actuarial experience.
  • Completion of actuarial exams is not required.
  • Functional in MS Office software (Word, Excel).
  • Strong analytical and communication skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and juggle priorities.
  • Flexibility to work overtime to meet client demands.
  • Team orientated.

Job ID:

17550

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