Health Actuary

New York, NY 10022

Post Date: 07/10/2018 Job ID: 6129 Industry: Other Area(s)

Mitchell Actuarial Recruiting, a division of McGrath Systems, currently has an opening for an Health Actuary in New York City.    

Responsabilities
  • Develop and lead the rate pricing and filing processes
  • Maintain good relationships and open lines of communication with our regulatory agencies.
  • Leading or playing a key role in projects and growth initiatives.
  • Responsible for technical pricing standards and processes for all lines of business
  • Reporting for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Build and maintain pricing models and methodologies, perform various trend analyses, and experience monitoring
  • Development of forecasts for line of business as well as other analyses associated with new product lines, new business, vendors/partners, provider contracts, etc.

 

About you:
  • You' re a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries or on track to become one
  • You have 5-10 years of relevant actuarial experience in healthcare
  • You have mastered foundational actuarial principles, including but not limited to pricing, valuation, modeling, and product development
  • You’ re have familiarity with the Affordable Care Act and related financial & regulatory reporting
  • You have strong Business acumen and knowledge of the healthcare industry, products, and business cycles/trends
  • You have excellent technical, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • You have outstanding communication, facilitation, negotiation, and presentation skills
  • You' re able to work well with a smart, passionate, and growing team
  • You have a preference for working in a dynamic startup environment where every day offers new challenges

 

For immediate consideration please call Kenn Mitchell at   215-390-1015 or email kmittchel@mcgrathsystems.com

 

McGrath Systems is an Equal Opportunity Employer and embraces diversity in the workplace .

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