As an Actuarial Property & Casualty Manager or Senior Consultant, you will lead project teams dedicated to developing and delivering reserving analyses with a focus on IFRS 17 implementation and technology solutions for our Canadian insurance company clients.
As a project manager, you will bring order and process to the client teams with whom you work, and you will serve as a resource to analysts as you help build their technical and client-facing expertise.
Note that visa employment-based non-immigrant visa sponsorship and/or assistance is not offered for this specific job opportunity.
- Deliver superior, consistent project management for assigned clients
- Serve as the day to day project lead, ensuring the progress of the team against established objectives, budget, timeline, deliverables and quality standards
- Develop a trusted advisor relationship with client contacts through effective communication and efficient, quality execution of projects
- Manage client expectations and raise appropriate issues to Client Relationship Managers
- Interface with colleagues from other practices and regions on assignments that reflect the client’s broader business issues
- Contribute to the development of intellectual capital (new tools and approaches) for IFRS 17
- Coordinate with colleagues within and outside of team to deepen team’s knowledge and application of IFRS 17
- Develop new business opportunities and enhance existing relationships
- Directly contribute to clients’ success through applying your technical expertise
- Build relationships internally and collaborate effectively on cross-functional teams
- FCIA/FCAS or ACIA/ACAS with 7+ years of experience in an insurance and/or actuarial environment involving IFRS 17 and reserving
- Strong analytical skills including ability to draw conclusions and identify trends from data in a logical, systematic way
- Proven experience successfully managing multiple projects and producing quality deliverables on time and within budget
- Flexibility and proven ability to diagnose and resolve issues
- Membership in the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and/or the Casualty Actuarial Society is required
Equal Opportunity Employer