Manages small repeat projects or provides guidance and project management to junior project team members in running analyses associated with underwriting health and welfare insurance, brokering contracts, or projecting health care related costs. Reviews data analyses that are conducted by junior staff members, in order to ensure actuarial soundness, correct use of models or products, and to assist in the development of junior staff members. Performs and reviews moderately complex analyses and cost projections by using or modifying existing products, tools, and pricing models in Excel, SAS, and other software, with minimal input from senior project team members. Drafts client reports or presentations, with input from senior project team members, to summarize findings and implications, and to recommend a strategy, solution, or plan design to the client. Assists senior project team members with day-to-day client contact/management to resolve project-related questions and chall
enges. Participates in development of intellectual capital in order to further develop the company's offerings, as well as knowledge of health insurance actuarial services and products. Assists senior project team members in the development of business by identifying potential areas of business growth in existing projects and by providing assistance during proposal efforts or in responding to requests for information.
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