PFS is an actuarial, risk, and regulatory affairs consultancy, seeking high-calibre actuarial graduates to help further grow our business beyond the already significant growth we have achieved over the past two years.
The roles are best suited for highly numerical and detail-oriented graduates, seeking to work with some of the best senior consultants across the Australian and global financial services industries, including newer areas such as Health and Regulatory Affairs.
Our Graduate intake is a great opportunity to build diverse skillsets that will advance your career development.
We are seeking actuarial analysts to support all areas of our consulting practice, accordingly, we require:
- A tertiary qualification in Actuarial studies, Mathematics, Statistics, or a similar discipline with an excellent academic record
- Completion (or approaching) of Part I and Part II actuarial exams is desirable, but not essential
- Advanced problem-solving and decision-making skills
- The ability to work in a team as well as autonomously
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, in particular, the ability to explain complex concepts in a clear and simple manner
- Proficiency in MS Excel and Access, and a working knowledge of other MS Office products
- Other software application knowledge (e.g., SQL, SAS, R, VBA, Python) would be an advantage
What is in it for you
- An opportunity to apply your actuarial skills and communicate to a diverse client base across a variety of sectors
- Great learning opportunities and exposure to various client meetings and projects
- PFS offers excellent benefits including flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and career development opportunities.
Your responsibilities will include assisting the team with the following:
- General insurance pricing and reserving valuations
- Supporting senior consultants in employee entitlement valuations
- Developing calculators for banks
- Data analysis and modelling
- Being responsible for the accuracy and quality of work completed
- Liaising with internal and external stakeholders