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Willis Towers Watson

Senior Consulting Actuary

The Role

Responsible for the delivery of outstanding client service and support for new and existing business.

Principal Responsibilities

Manager of People:
  • Responsible for managing, motivating and developing the skills, competencies and knowledge of team members in line with Willis Towers Watson UK HR policies and procedures, including overseeing and managing of staff appraisals and objective setting
  • Maintain staff competence by ensuring that staff skills or knowledge gaps are met with appropriate training and development so they are able to perform to their maximum capability and fulfil their potential and the requirements of the business
  • Establish an environment that promotes respect for the individual employee and adheres to the policies and guidelines of the company
  • Work with Human Resources to recruit staff with the correct level of skills and competencies, adhering to the company’s recruitment procedures and best practices
  • Manage the performance of your team ensuring staff have clear pre-set objectives and get regular feedback on their performance, ensure performance appraisals are conducted in line with the firms’ standards
  • Provide leadership, direction, advice and guidance to the team maintaining high levels of integrity, motivation and morale
Conduct Risk: 
  • To put the interests of clients and the integrity of the market at the heart of the way you do business.
  • To ensure that all Associates that he/she manages are adequately trained and competent to enable them to be successful in putting the interests of clients and the integrity of the market at the heart of the way they do business
Revenue Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the revenues of those clients within your portfolio.
  • Principle Duties / Responsibilities:
  • Representing Willis Towers Watson in client meetings
  • Manage complex actuarial projects
  • Manage the work of analysts and consultants
  • Mentor and be a role model for analysts and consultants
  • Material contribution to the relationship with more than one major client
  • Significant contribution to the development of new products
  • Significant contribution to process improvement
  • Significant contribution to the development of new revenue
  • Review client data and conduct exploratory data analysis
  • Identify appropriate probability models for future risk
  • Model, quantify, and value insurable risks faced by our corporate clients.
  • Produce presentations in PowerPoint and formal reports in Word
  • Maintain a comprehensive audit trail for all analytical work
The Requirements


  • Mathematics or related discipline degree level
  • Advanced computer modelling skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries or equivalent with recognizable post qualification experience
  • Intellectual curiosity to deliver insightful analysis to tight deadlines
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Ability to manage resources
  • Subject matter expert
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • General Insurance experience
  • Demonstrable and proven industry or relevant experience
Equal Opportunity Employer

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