Actuarial Analyst, Experienced - ALDP at MassMutual
Why should I consider MassMutual?
MassMutual values Actuaries and their key leadership role in helping MassMutual achieve its strategic goals. The Actuarial Leadership Development Program provides you with all the benefits needed to not only successfully pass actuarial exams, but to prepare you for leadership roles throughout the organization. The rotational design of the program exposes students to a broad breadth of experiences as well as technical and industry knowledge. You will experience working in a diverse and established Fortune 100 Company while having fun and building relationships that will last a lifetime.
ACTUARIAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
•Rotations: Engage in meaningful work that supports the success of the company as you are exposed to various business lines and actuarial functions through our rotational program.
•Mentors: Learn from a mentor who will work closely with you to provide career and exam guidance, development, coaching and support.
•Meaningful Projects: Apply your knowledge and skills by participating in high profile projects in a respected and highly rated company.
•Networking Lunches with Senior Actuaries: Attend networking lunches that allow you to interact with senior actuaries at MassMutual, including the Chief Actuary and Chief Investment Officer.
•Executive Speaker Series: Attend education forums presented by company leaders that will educate you on a variety of possible topics, including industry issues, line of business initiatives, and major projects. Past speakers have included the President & CEO, the CFO, and leaders of various lines of business.
•External Seminars & Meetings: Attend actuarial seminars and meetings to enhance your understanding of industry issues and network with other industry professionals.
•Corporate Learning & Development Programs: Participate in internal programs that allow you to develop leadership competencies in areas such as interpersonal relations, presentation skills, business acumen, and the like.
•Community Volunteer Opportunities: Embrace the regular opportunities to give back to the local community alongside other MassMutual employees.
•Social & Networking Events: Attend actuarial networking events with other students and company actuaries, such as mini-golf, bowling, softball, and exam recognition nights
Program participants will receive competitive compensation and benefits, reimbursement for exam fees, study materials, and seminars. They will also be paid for exam preparation. Bonuses and salary increases can be earned based on work performance, exam completion and advancement in professional designation. This current opening would be located in Boston, MA in our Marina Park Seaport location. The targeted start date would be January 2020.
*Minimum of 1 year of post undergraduate full time actuarial work experience
*BA or BS with a quantitative focus (e.g., Mathematics, Actuarial, Finance, Economics or related major)
*Must have had a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher (3.5 or higher preferred)
*Completion of 1 or more actuarial exams
*Commitment to pursue Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries
*Demonstrated leadership skills
*Demonstrated proficiency in oral and written communication
*Must be authorized to work in the United States without requiring visa sponsorship, both now and in the future
* 2 years of full time actuarial work experience
*Strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Excel, VBA, R or Python)
*Strong analytical skills
*Project management skills
*Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects
*Demonstration of MassMutual’s Core Values: Act With Integrity, Focus on the Customer, Value People, Work Collaboratively, and Achieve Results