Actuarial Analyst (Quebec City)
At Intact, our values guide everything that we do. We celebrate our differences and appreciate our similarities. That's why we are committed to building an inclusive and inspiring environment for all employees.
Attention analytical superstars! We're looking for an Actuarial Analyst to join our growing team.
Workplace: Québec (5700, boul. des Galeries)
Being Canada's largest leading provider of property and casualty insurance, there's a lot happening behind the scene. Our Technology teams reshape the way we do business. Our Claims teams are constantly improving how we help customers get back on track after a loss. Our product teams develop innovative products to better protect people and businesses, so they can focus on what matters to them most. And this transformation is fueled in large part from the contributions of our Actuarial workforce.
We need you. We rely on your expertise to find solutions to complex problems that only master critical-thinkers like yourselves can solve. We strive to offer an inspiring workplace with great opportunities to develop your skills, grow a rewarding career and enable you make your innovative ideas a reality.
If you want to join forces with a recognized Top Employer who is a leader in championing automated learning approaches, this could be your opportunity to enter our story.
The incumbent will join a team of P&C actuaries with a broad range of mandates ranging from product pricing to financial forecasting, and including many other analyses related to Intact's operations.
- Process, validate and analyze statistical data and produce reports to be used as a basis for actuarial work or for meeting specific business needs.
- Participate in the various activities specific to the work team (product pricing, production analyses, provisions, financial forecasting, etc.) by applying standard actuarial principles.
- Produce computer reports and make improvements as needed using various programs and software (SAS, R, Python, SQL, VBA, Excel and Access).
- Share knowledge and explain basic actuarial principles to peers.
- Bachelor's degree in actuarial services, mathematics, statistics, finance or economics.
- Having passed three CAS exams is an asset.
- Computer skills (SAS, VBA, R, Python) and good knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
- Good analytical and synthesis skills.
- Initiative and autonomy.
- Planning and organizational skills.
- Interpersonal communication and teamwork skills.
- Service quality and customer service orientation.
- Fluency in French and English (oral and written).
Here's what we offer:
- Stimulating, challenging projects to help you grow your skills and career
- Flexibility in how and where you want to work
- A comprehensive financial rewards program that recognizes your success
- An extensive, flexible benefits package
- An award-winning, inspiring workplace that supports its people and recognizes great work (Canada's Top 100 Employers, Aon Platinum Best Employers, LinkedIn Top Company, Glassdoor Best Place to Work & Top CEO, Indeed Top-Rated Workplaces)
- An industry leading Employee Share Purchase Plan where we match 50% of net shares purchased
- A casual 'dress for your day' culture that encourages you to be yourself
A career in Insurance has never been this exciting.
Evolving consumer expectations and technology have helped to shape a new vision for our industry - and we are leading the way. Our Technology teams are reshaping the way we do business and setting new industry benchmarks. Our Claims representatives are helping customers to get back on track after they experience a loss. Our product teams are developing products that protect people and businesses so they can focus on what matters to them most.
Our success story is written by our passion for living our values and creating a better tomorrow. We're re-writing the future of insurance - are you ready to be a part of the story?
This role is eligible for employee referral bonus. #RightPeopleRightRole
It's important that you are eligible to work in Canada at the time an offer of employment is made. Proof of eligibility can be a Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, Canadian citizenship certificate, permanent residence card or confirmation.
Prior to receiving a job offer, you may be asked to consent to background checks if it's a requirement for the role. These checks could include: work references, education and credential confirmation, employment verification, identity check, credit report, criminal offence and driver's license record.