Senior Actuarial Analyst - Reserving

Job Title: Senior Actuarial Analyst - Reserving
Department: Actuarial - Reserving
Reports: Assistant Actuary or above
Location: Dublin


Job Summary

Under general direction, implement various actuarial analysis, programs, and procedures to support the preparation of reports and assist in the formulation of recommendations regarding the reserves of Personal and/or Commercial lines.
Communicate findings to actuaries, management, and others.

Initial role will be in Reserving but successful candidate could get opportunity to rotate to pricing or capital roles as part of actuarial rotation program.


Key Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Maintain status in Actuarial Student Development Program
  • Provide support to actuaries and others by performing analysis within a designated business segment/s to assist business decision making, financial planning, and strategy development
  • Assist in the preparation of actuarial research and complex reports and studies; Presents findings and exhibits to peers and others
  • Ensure the accuracy and timeliness of all analysis and recommendations
  • Provide clear and concise communication of technical actuarial work to technical and non-technical audiences, and on cross functional teams
  • Retrieve, understand and manipulate data and perform rigorous validation as it relates to assigned and related projects
  • Maintain clear and concise documentation of methods and activities
  • Provide technical assistance and information to other departments
  • Provide guidance and training to less experienced staff
  • Provide recommendations for and assist in the creation, maintenance and improvement of actuarial tools and models
  • Attend internal actuarial meetings and regulatory meetings as necessary
  • Complete required training and ensure work is performed in line with policies, guidelines and procedures
  • Leads discussions with cross functional groups
  • Generates new ideas to improve current processes
  • Support the team in implementing best practice GI actuarial techniques, liaising with Liberty Group where required



  • Minimum 2.1 honours analytical degree ideally in actuarial or statistical studies
  • Part-qualified and demonstrates recent progress in passing Actuarial exams
  • Commitment to achieving qualification in the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries or equivalent


Experience & Knowledge

  • Minimum 2-4 years relevant experience required
  • Prior experience and solid knowledge of actuarial techniques and standards. Knowledge of GI market and other business operations including financial, underwriting, legal, statistics, claims, sales, etc



  • Proven math and analytical skills, as normally acquired through the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Actuarial Science, or related field
  • Strong computing skills and basic programming. Knowledge of SAS will be an advantage
  • Knowledge of GI actuarial modelling packages
  • Ability to exercise discretion, and apply independent judgment and well-developed critical thinking skills in execution of assignments and projects
  • Solid oral and written presentation communication skills and ability to interact effectively within and outside the organization
  • Solid interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment as well as independently
  • Personally motivated with the ability to motivate and mentor peers and motivate and train subordinates
  • Ability to balance multiple projects with minimal direction to ensure timely delivery of accurate results
  • Ability to build models of moderate complexity


Liberty Insurance is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Alternatively, if you require further information on this vacancy, please contact our
Human Resources Department on +353 (0)1 553 4060.