The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) is a state agency that regulates the insurance industry, administers the Texas workers’ compensation system, and works to educate and protect consumers.
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Property & Casualty Actuary
The Property & Casualty Actuary performs advanced actuarial work and complex actuarial duties. Work involves providing actuarial advice and consultation and performing actuarial analysis and examination of P&C company loss reserves and other actuarial matters.
-performs actuarial examinations of property/casualty insurance companies and other related entities and prepares examination reports and work papers;
-performs reviews of actuarial opinions, supporting actuarial reports, and other related actuarial analysis;
-performs actuarial analysis as needed for the Financial Regulation Division and the agency;
-participates in special projects as assigned which may include participating in development of rules, legislation, and requirements; and
-performs other duties as assigned.
This position requires:
-graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in statistics, mathematics or actuarial science, insurance, or related field.
Additionally, this position requires:
-a minimum of five years of actuarial work experience in P&C insurance loss reserves; and
-Associate or Fellow with the Casualty Actuarial Society and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries in good standing including maintaining required continuing education credits.
RESUME AND COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT REQUIRED WITH SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
This position requires demonstrated knowledge of:
-property & casualty (P&C) loss reserve actuarial analysis, formulas, methods and procedures;
-reserve requirements and methods for P&C loss reserves; and
-actuarial practices and procedures.
This position requires demonstrated skill in:
-problem solving, decision making and planning;
-developing, maintaining and applying actuarial methods and formulas;
-conceptualizing particular actuarial and statistical methodologies;
-managing multiple projects; and
-using computer applications to perform actuarial work.
This position requires the demonstrated ability to:
-apply critical thinking to analyze and solve problems;
-communicate and work effectively with all levels of employees and public;
-prepare and present comprehensive actuarial examination reports;
-interpret insurance laws, regulations and actuarial guidelines;
-analyze complex issues and make sound recommendations;
-communicate complex subjects clearly and concisely; and
-satisfy the conditions required to maintain fully-qualified driving status.
Applicable Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) codes are included, but not limited to one of the following: Military Occupational Specialty codes are not available at this time.
Veterans: Click or copy and paste the following link into your browser: www.texasskillstowork.com for assistance with translating your military work experience and training courses into civilian job terms, qualifications/requirements and skill sets.
How to apply:
All applications must contain complete job histories, which includes job title, dates of employment, name of employer, supervisor's name and phone number and a description of duties performed. If this information is not submitted, your application may be rejected because it is incomplete. Resumes do not take the place of this required information.
SUBMITTED THROUGH WORK IN TEXAS: Work In Texas (WIT) applicants must complete the supplemental questions to be considered for the posting.