HGI Homesite Group Incorporated is hiring
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Homesite Insurance was founded in 1997 and was one of the first companies to enable customers to purchase home insurance directly online, during a single visit. Since then, we've continued to innovate rapidly to meet the needs of our customers and their changing expectations.
One thing that's stayed the same since our founding: our commitment to our customers, partners and employees.
Join us on our journey as we continue to grow into a powerful contender in the field of insurance.
Compensation may vary based on the job level and your geographic work location.Compensation Minimum:$68,200Compensation Maximum:$125,600The Actuarial Analyst position will be part of the Property CoE, on the Accelerated Rollout Team. The Accelerated Rollout Team is a growing team within the American Family enterprise, that drives innovation, growth & profitability by bringing best in class products to the market quickly and efficiently. The Actuarial Analyst will work closely with other actuaries, state managers and product analysts, to review the pricing of our homeowner’s products & rollout new products and features into the market. This position also offers an excellent opportunity to interact with a variety of departments in the organization (Government Affairs, Compliance, IT Leadership, Partner Management, Operations, Claims, etc.) and the broader American Family community.
State Product Rollout: The Actuarial Analyst is responsible for partnering with relevant business partners to conduct reviews of rates, rules, underwriting, and product offerings in states where new products and features are being rolled out. These reviews consist of:
Use and suggest Actuarial methods to develop rate filings at a state level to ensure Homesite is priced appropriately across all products and segments;
Understand how new products and new product features may have to be adjusted to account for State specific requirements, working with the State Manager to ensure these differences are accounted for in the rollout process.
Contribute to the development of new products: The Actuarial Analyst may participate in the analysis and implementation of new products;
Functional Expertise: Gain knowledge in insurance content matters that cut across Homeowners products;
Eye for inefficiencies & process improvement: The Actuarial Analyst will regularly consider process inefficiencies and ways to improve the teams speed to market approach, while maintaining actuarially sound practices. This may include proposing and implementing new processes to improve the speed at which we can rollout new products and new product features.
Relevant Experience: A minimum of 1-3 years of professional experience, ideally including work in Property & Casualty insurance;
Exams: Passing grades on a minimum of 2-5 Casualty Actuarial exams and desire to achieve Fellowship in the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS)
Educational Credentials: A bachelor’s degree and quantitative analytical knowledge is required;
Structured & Logical Thinking: The ability to identify and define business problems and issues, and develop strategic, analytical, and financial frameworks to conduct analyses;
Analytical Rigor: Analyze state performance, identify additional areas of research, and recommend improvements;
Powerful Communication: The ability to communicate effectively and succinctly across a variety of media;
Software Experience: Knowledge of SQL, SAS, R, Python, Tableau, Microstrategy, and/or other programming/data query/reporting knowledge, in addition, intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Excel is required
Team Player: The candidate will need to work well with a team and provide guidance to new team members when needed.
Based upon the years and applicability of relevant professional experience including experience in both the insurance industry and product management, as well as level of education achieved, and demonstration of the requirements listed, the position may be offered as either an Actuarial Analyst or Sr. Actuarial Analyst, with differing job grades. Differentiation between job grades may also be determined by the complexity of the new product rollout(s) being worked on and the expected impact those new products will have on enterprise results.
When you work at Homesite you can expect benefits that support your physical, emotional, and financial wellbeing. You will have access to comprehensive medical, dental, vision and wellbeing benefits that enable you to take care of your health. We also offer a competitive 401(k) contribution, a pension plan, an annual incentive, and a paid-time off program. In addition, our student loan repayment program and paid-family leave are available to support our employees and their families. Interns and contingent workers are not eligible for American Family Enterprise benefits.
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