The CAS Staff Actuary will support the implementation of CAS' long-term vision and strategic plan, and contribute to the CAS' ongoing efforts to deliver value to the casualty actuarial profession.
The Staff Actuary will work closely with executive leadership, volunteer members, and CAS staff to provide in-house advise to the organization's operations, offering the perspective of an experienced property-casualty actuary on issues related to thought leadership, content development, strategic planning, and communications.
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Research and Application:
Advise and support the CAS’s Senior Management team and the Chairs of CAS research committees, expanding the organization's intellectual capital by supporting and promoting the CAS research strategy. Related duties include:
Work to raise the profile of CAS and iCAS sponsored research both inside and outside the actuarial profession; coordinate PR efforts around research activities and
Assist CAS staff and volunteers in drafting RFPs, reviewing research proposals, monitoring research activities, and measuring the success of research
Coordinate with volunteers and staff of other actuarial organizations as needed to advance mutual research goals.
Advise and support the CAS staff, and the Chairs of CAS publications committees. Help to expand the organization's intellectual capital by supporting and promoting CAS publications. Related duties include:
Serve on the Variance Editorial
Assist volunteers and staff in developing content for the Actuarial Review, Future Fellows, E• Forum, etc.
Serve as a member of the Literature Management Board.
Advise and support the CAS senior management team and the Chairs of CAS marketing and communications committees. Help to raise the organization's profile with academia, employers, other stakeholders, related professions, and the general public. Related duties include:
Facilitate relationships together with the Executive Director and CAS volunteer leadership, with key stakeholders including members, candidates, employers, other professional organizations, and the general
Develop and strengthen relationships with other organizations such as RIMS, IAA, CIA, ISCM etc.
Contribute to CAS blogs and Roundtable
Act as spokesperson on technical matters in response to media
Basic and Continuing Education:
Advise and support the CAS senior management team to maintain the CAS as the gold standard for property- casualty actuarial education. Related duties include:
Serve as point person working with Syllabus and Examination Committees to implement IAA Syllabus
Assist in identifying areas in which the knowledge base of the profession can be deepened and/or expanded.
Provide practice-specific expertise on an as-needed basis, based on skills and
Attend and contribute/present at CAS meetings and
Represent the CAS at key external meetings such as GIRO, the Actuarial Research Conference, etc.
Participate in inter-organizational
Participate, contribute, and advise on item writing and item banking questions for CAS
Fully accredited undergraduate degree (Bachelor's degree) in an actuarial or related discipline, such as mathematics, statistic, or
ACAS required, FCAS
Minimum of 10 years' experience as a practicing actuary in insurance, reinsurance, consulting, broking, and/or regulation with a positive reputation within the actuarial
Previous CAS volunteer experience and international work experience are highly
Strong written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to deliver presentations comfortably and effectively in a public setting are
Ability to work effectively as part of a team and act as a leader, providing direction and motivation, delegating tasks effectively is
Proven track record of delivering results is
Familiarity/expertise in predictive analytics is required.
Additional Salary Information: CAS offers competitive salary, excellent benefits, flexible working, including the opportunity to work remotely and metro location. Minimum travel may be required.