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Jr Actuarial Analyst

Build your career here and experience the advantages that come with working for one of the most respected names in the Travel industry. CSA Travel Protection offers significant opportunities for growth and career advancement. The culture is truly collaborative. Everyone's input is valued. You'll be working with a visible and accessible management team.


This position is responsible for gathering and analyzing statistical data to help the company make wise sales and financial decisions.   The outcomes of this position help the company manage risk, determine cost structures, reduce costs and increase profits.  


  • Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in mathematics, actuarial science, economics, finance or similar degree from an accredited college or university required;
  • Minimum of one year work experience in a corporate environment preferred;
  • Completion of 1-2 actuarial exams preferred;
  • Minimum intermediate level experience using Microsoft Office Suite with an Excel emphasis;
  • Experience employing and understanding standard concepts, practices, regulations, and laws within the insurance and actuarial fields preferred.

KEY POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned): 

Pricing and Profitability:

  • Analyze and quantify rating parameters and pricing products and provide recommendations  when deviations and revisions from published standard assumptions are appropriate;
  • Research, compile and analyze historical actuarial data;
  • Perform competitive analysis and assessment;
  • Conduct due diligence, market analysis, statistical studies, production and cost forecast;
  • Support corporate and business financial planning by analyzing loss reserves, calculating/estimating IBNR & WBNR, and performing catastrophe/exposure studies;
  • Identify and propose actions to improve profitability of products and accounts;

Risk Management and Rate Compliance:

  • Prepare rate filings/exhibits and assist in developing pricing, underwriting and fraud prevention strategies;
  • Utilize actuarial tools and develop ad hoc tools as necessary to quantify risks presented by a product and account;
  • Build and improve actuarial files, models and algorithms;
  • Conduct periodic audits of underwriting files to determine if pricing models are appropriately employed.
  • Assist in reinsurance terms evaluation.

Product Development:

  • Assist with the development of new insurance products and advise underwriters in making profitable decisions regarding current and prospective business.

Analysis and Reporting:

  • Create appropriate measurements and reports including but not limited to monthly analysis of production, underwriting results, expenses, cash flow, and financial performance;
  • Determine deviation from target/projections and determine potential source of material deviations in results from expectation;
  • Participate in development of the annual budget.


CSA Travel Protection offers a full package of benefits including: medical, dental and vision insurance; prescription drug coverage; 401(k) plan with company matching; disability benefits; confidential employee assistance programs; pre-tax accounts for health and dependent care reimbursement; company-paid life insurance; a casual work environment; flexible hours; paid company holidays; paid sick time and up to 14 days of paid vacation annually.

*CSA Travel Protection is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V encouraged to apply. Local applicants encouraged to apply. Employment contingent upon successful completion of background investigation. No recruiters or agencies without a previously signed contract. Relocation costs not covered by employer. Must be eligible to work in this country.

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