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AVP, Senior Pricing Actuary, Specialty Insurance ( all SCOR US Locations)

Date: Jul 22, 2021

Location: Chicago, US

Company: SCOR


Chicago United States (US) 


AVP, Senior Pricing Actuary, Specialty Insurance 




Job Summary

Based in any SCOR location in the US, this position will be part of SCOR Specialty Global Pricing and Modelling team.  Dual reporting lines to Head of Single Risks Pricing & Modelling and Head of Portfolios. The role-holder will represent the Team in global projects supporting profitable growth of Single Risk Casualty portfolio. Strong commercial role supporting the production of technical rating tools and pricing analytics including contract pricing, portfolio analysis and management reporting. Provide Actuarial support to all Casualty Underwriting team globally


Key responsibilities and duties

  • Participate in model design, development, evaluation, sensitivity testing and calibration studies
  • Ensure pricing models are appropriately calibrated and used correctly by underwriters, including rate change calculation.
  • Evaluate profitability, exposure and loss data and provide technical pricing indications for key accounts
  • Being able to independently structure and complete more complex analyses using actuarial principles
  • The ability to work directly with other SCOR teams including Risk Management, Group Accumulation, Claims and Underwriting
  • Willingness to travel and represent SCOR in a professional way with both internal and external partners
  • Proactively support the team as a recognised center of excellence for Pricing within the Specialty Insurance Group


Required experience and education

  • Strong background in Umbrella and Excess Casualty, General Liability for all industries (inc. Energy)
  • London Market pricing experience and exposure to Directors and Officers (D&O), Errors & Omissions (E&O), Environmental Liability and other Professional Liability Lines of business is a plus.
  • 7-10 years of P&C Specialty or Treaty pricing experience
  • Degree in a quantitative discipline or related field required and Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (or any other recognised actuarial organisation)
  • Significant experience using R, Python or any other programming languages in commercial environment
  • Expert knowledge of Excel and ability to manipulate and format large data sets
  • Highly motivated and driven individual with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong organisational and time management skills required; ability to multi-task.
  • Clear communicator, able to structure an argument and ability to explain complex issues in a simple way
  • Self-Starting individual and excellent team player

Nearest Major Market: Chicago