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Willis Towers Watson

Actuarial Service Center Analyst

This role is for candidates that have received their degree and would be available to start immediately.


Flexible Work

Willis Towers Watson is committed to finding opportunities to foster flexibility in the workplace, whenever business and client demands allow. As part of the unprecedented response to coronavirus and to ensure the safety of all our employees we request that your initial employment with us be done remotely. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and inform you when it is safe to begin working onsite in our office. For specific details, please discuss with your Recruiter

The Role

The Actuarial Service Centre (ASC) is a growing group of colleagues within the North American Retirement Line of Business who focus on operational excellence and systems expertise. As integrated members of client teams in a variety of offices, ASC colleagues provide high quality and efficient work for defined benefit, defined contribution and retiree benefits plans served by the client teams. Work performed by ASC colleagues includes annual actuarial funding and accounting valuations, accounting disclosures and preparation of disclosure government forms, and a wide range of special projects.

As an Analyst within the ASC, you will contribute to a range of special projects, and retirement and benefits plans valuation. You will have the opportunity to learn about various aspects of these plans and the typical actuarial work we do. You will employ the most cutting-edge tools and resources to complete required projects involving valuation data, government filing and pension benefit calculations. In addition, you will participate in our systematic training program for entry level full-time analysts. Actuarial credentials are not required for colleagues in the ASC, and as a result, ASC colleagues are not eligible for the exam program.

Partner with team members on the following performance objectives:

  • Follow set process and accomplish detailed tasks and steps to produce quality projects
  • Complete actuarial valuations and prepare valuation reports for consulting offices
  • Complete analysis and reconciliations of plan participant data
  • Reconcile plan assets
  • Prepare government reporting forms
  • Work with the project manager to ensure that each project is completed on time and meets quality standards
  • Manage and prioritize own workload efficiently to fulfill commitments in a timely manner
  • Contribute to profitability by setting a budget for projects, monitoring own time spent on the project and maintaining accurate time records
  • Participate and actively engage in training sessions
  • Contribute to the development of intellectual capital and the implementation of new tools and approaches

The Requirements

• Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in a program with heavy emphasis on mathematics, statistics or engineering
• We are looking for candidates who are not interested in writing actuarial exams
• Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
• Proven mathematical aptitude and analytical skills
• Ability to ask the right questions and seek help where appropriate; good problem-solving ability
• Sense of accountability; owning one’s work and taking pride in it
• Ability to organize, set priorities and complete multiple projects within established deadlines
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, in French and English
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team

Please include a resume, cover letter as well as your most updated transcript to have your application considered.


Equal opportunity employer


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