The Actuarial Analyst is responsible for supporting research projects by extracting data, identifying and analyzing data anomalies, and creating exhibits to support various analyses. The analyst will also work to resolve any discovered data anomalies with data team personnel and handle complicated telephone, email, and written inquiries from customers/carriers as necessary. Analysis will involve critical thinking and problem solving, resulting in the production of clearly labeled output and well documented conclusions. Further, the Actuarial Analyst will assist senior staff as required in analyzing legislative proposals, as well as assisting in the training of other staff members, as needed.
Supporting research projects by extracting data, creating exhibits, and providing analysis of the results.
Identifying and analyzing data anomalies and working with data personnel to resolve them.
Helping advance actuarial methods employed by the department.
Analyzing legislative proposals.
Handling technical phone, email, and written inquiries from various parties.
Assist senior staff as required to accomplish divisional goals.
Assist in the training of junior staff members, as needed.
Other duties as assigned and deemed necessary by management.
Some actuarial or workers’ compensation actuarial experience preferred.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access.
Familiarity with SAS preferred.
Data and Statistical analysis skills are a must, as well as attention to detail.
Familiarity with Statistical Models.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Internal Number: 499
About The New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board
The New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board (NYCIRB) is a non-profit, unincorporated association of insurance carriers. NYCIRB is licensed by the New York State Department of Financial Services as the official workers’ compensation rate service organization in the State. In this capacity, NYCIRB provides a variety of services to the workers’ compensation industry, including data collection and analysis, and the development of loss costs and rating values. These activities, along with analytical tools, research, and customer focused services, are intended to foster a stable and healthy workers’ compensation system in the State of New York.