Nat Cat Actuary / Actuarial Analyst

  • Location:

    Guernsey, Channel Isles

  • Sector:

    Actuarial – Non-Life

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  • Salary:

    £60000 - £85000 per annum + benefits

  • Contact:

    Bill Burton

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

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  • Start date:


  • Consultant:

    Bill Burton

Goodman Masson are working with a Reinsurance Company based in Guernsey who are searching for an Actuary or Actuarial Analyst to join their expanding team.

Much of your work will be concentrating on their property book where you will be involved in portfolio management, risk reporting, ORSA and general analytics of the portfolio. They are looking for someone who is comfortable analysing, manipulating and validating large data sets. Day to day your role will be CAT Modelling and Risk Modelling focused so experience using SQL, R or Python is important.

You will also need to be comfortable communicating and presenting to senior stakeholders including Chief Actuary and Senior Underwriters. In this role no two days will be the same so having a can-do attitude and ability to be flexible and pitch-in where needed are also traits that they will be looking for.

Although an actuarial role they are open at looking at candidates from a Catastrophe Modelling or Data Science background. As long as you have a good grounding in General Insurance. You will be joining a very experienced and talented team on the island and so can expect to learn a lot quickly.

If you are looking for a move away from London to somewhere you can hit the beach after work then this could be the ideal role for you. Guernsey also offers tax benefits with no higher rate tax bracket, so expect to increased earning potential from moving out here!


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