The Property & Casualty Product Review Unit of the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (Office) is responsible for regulating property and casualty products used by admitted carriers in one of the largest insurance markets in the nation. We are seeking a self-motivated actuary interested in working with a dedicated team to assist in the regulation of the ever-changing and dynamic Florida insurance market.
The applicant must be willing to work in a fast-paced environment dealing with state and national insurance issues that affect Florida consumers. The position would be responsible for all aspects in the review of property rate filings, many of which include new and cutting-edge predictive modeling, to determine compliance with Florida Laws. In addition, the position would be responsible for advising the Office in the development of relevant rules and regulations governing insurance rates and disclosures to consumers and may be required to represent the Office at various local, state, and national conferences and meetings.
The Office also chairs several important NAIC Committees, having a national impact on the insurance market in this country. The applicant must be someone who desires the opportunity to work with the Office to formulate and shape these national initiatives.
Preferences: Experience in property ratemaking is required, while experience in Florida property ratemaking is preferred.
Requirements: Five years of professional actuarial experience. Must be a member of the Casualty Actuarial Society.
Additional Salary Information: Includes a comprehensive benefits package as a Select Exempt Services (SES) Employee. More information on the benefits package may be found at www.mybenefits.myflorida.com.
About Florida Office of Insurance Regulation
The Office serves Floridians through its responsibilities for regulation, compliance and enforcement of statutes related to the business of insurance. The Office is also entrusted with the duty of carefully monitoring statewide industry markets.