Senior International Consulting Analyst

The Senior International Consulting Analyst is responsible for liaising with local Mercer specialists and senior international consultants to deliver advice to US-headquartered multinational clients on wealth and health issues that arise outside the US. To fulfill this role, the Senior Analyst will:

  • Be the day to day contact and liaison for accounting consolidation project;communicate timeline and deliverables; consolidate information for review by more senior consultants; provide list of queries on local actuaries' input for discussion with more senior consultants
  • Draft technical reports and other communications based on input from local Mercer consultants;liaise with Mercer consultants globally in order to provide initial draft responses to client questions on non-US retirement and benefit issues
  • Act as project manager for significant multi-country projects
  • Coordinate the delivery of services related to global offerings, such as global actuary and global benefits management
  • Develop actuarial calculations and other benefit analyses as necessary for review by more senior consultants

  • Bachelors degree in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science, finance, business or related field
  • Minimumtwo years of actuarial experience in the pension or employee benefits field
  • Actuarial exam progress and commitment to achieving actuarial designations, e.g., Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office
  • Excellent communication, analytical, organizational, planning, and interpersonal skills

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