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Pryor Associates
NY, United States
13 days ago
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Chicago, United States
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Pryor Associates
New York, United States
13 days ago

Description

Health Assistant Actuary opening in Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, or New York City. Help provide actuarial, business, and strategic consulting services to health insurance companies, governments, prescription drug programs, hospitals, etc.; design health programs; conduct modeling to price health benefit changes; review Medicare bid submissions; model retention and lapse rates; conduct trend forecasting; participate in predictive analytics; perform reserve analysis; prepare client presentations. 



Requirements

Ideal candidate is near ASA, ASA, or new FSA with 4+ years of Health actuarial experience, including either product design, product strategy, Accountable Care Organization analysis/modeling, risk adjustment methodology, pharmaceutical pricing, merger & acquisition analysis, healthcare reform, Medicare, or Medicaid; willingness for extensive potential future travel. Salary $open. (PR11464)

Job Information

  • Job ID: 54771793
  • Location:
    New York, United States
    Chicago, United States
    Minneapolis/St. Paul, United States
  • Position Title: Health Assistant Actuary (PR11464)
  • Company Name: Pryor Associates
  • Industry: Insurance - Health
  • Job Function: ASA
  • Job Type: Full-Time

Named one of the top local 25 recruiting firms by Dun & Bradstreet, Pryor Associates has 48 years of experience in the insurance industry (P&C, Life, Health and Pensions). Pauline Reimer, ASA, MAAA, affiliate member of the CAS, affiliate member of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, and member of the International Society of Catastrophe Managers (ISCM), has served as Director of the Actuarial, Modeling, and Risk Division since 1986, and previously had a near decade of actuarial experience in insurance and consulting firm...

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