Insurance & Actuarial Science

Insurance & Actuarial Science

Selby Jennings: Your Premier Talent Partner for Insurance and Actuarial Science in Hong Kong

Selby Jennings takes pride in being a leading specialist talent partner for financial sciences & services in Hong Kong, specializing in Insurance and Actuarial Science recruitment. With a global presence spanning three continents, our dedicated Insurance & Actuarial Science team offers comprehensive permanent, contract, and multi-hire solutions tailored to meet the unique demands of Hong Kong's dynamic market.

For over 15 years, clients and candidates in Hong Kong have entrusted their Insurance and Actuarial Science recruitment process to capable hands. As the era of automated machinery and innovative technology brings about new risks, the demand for insurance and protection has surged. To effectively develop risk management policies and analyze potential risks, businesses in Hong Kong must attract top-notch insurance and actuarial talent.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to secure top insurance and actuarial professionals for your team or to find a rewarding role. Rely on Selby Jennings' extensive portfolio, specialist knowledge, and expertise to be your dedicated talent partner for insurance and actuarial management jobs in Hong Kong. We are committed to connecting exceptional talent with industry-leading clients, helping businesses navigate evolving risks and challenges in Hong Kong's vibrant financial landscape.

Benefits of working with Selby Jennings team

We are a specialist talent partner. Among the many benefits of working with Selby Jennings’ global g team are:

Experience

We have nearly 20 years of experience as a leading recruiter in financial sciences & services.

​Network

A vast, global network of the best, in-demand professionals, working with the world’s largest financial institutions to innovative fintech start-ups and beyond.​

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Our award-winning talent specialists offer bespoke, tailored guidance on the latest hiring trends and industry news to help you achieve your goals.

At Selby Jennings, we believe in fostering long-term partnerships based on trust, integrity, and mutual success. We strive to provide personalized solutions tailored to your specific requirements, offering flexible options to accommodate your preferences. Whether you need to fill critical positions quickly or are seeking strategic talent acquisition solutions, we have the resources and expertise to deliver results. Submit your vacancy to us today.

Take the first step towards overcoming your talent shortage today by completing the form. Our team looks forward to speaking with you to explore how we can partner with your organization to meet your recruitment needs efficiently and effectively.

Insurance & Actuarial Science Jobs

Commercial Lines Underwriter

Commercial Lines Underwriter Salary: Starting At $70,000 Company Summary: A reputable Wholesale Insurance firm specializing in providing innovative insurance solutions is currently seeking a motivated, goal-oriented Commercial Lines Underwriter who is looking to build their career. You will play a pivotal role in providing their clients with a diverse portfolio of insurance products and ensuring them that they have the resources they need in order to be successful. Responsibilities: Comfortable writing admitted and non-admitted risks Develop and maintain strong relationships with brokers and independent insurance agencies. Making underwriting decisions based on established criteria, guidelines, and risk assessment models. Staying up-to-date on industry trends, regulations, and emerging risks to make informed decisions Qualifications: Strong knowledge of underwriting in the Property and Casualty space A minimum of two years of Property and Casualty Underwriting experience Advanced MS Word, Excel, and Outlook knowledge If you are interested in the Commercial Underwriter role, then please don't wait to apply.

Negotiable
New York
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AVP, Business Intelligence Developer

The Assistant Vice President of Business Intelligence will oversee and provide strategic direction for various critical BI systems and services, including Tableau Cloud, Alteryx, and SAP Business Object. In this role, the Assistant Vice President will offer leadership in both personnel and technology realms, aiming to enhance and optimize data visualization and analytics capabilities. The ideal candidate will possess extensive expertise in a wide range of Tableau products and functionalities, such as Tableau Data Sources, Extracts, Data Visualizations, Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server, Tableau Cloud, Tableau Mobile, Tableau Reader, Tableau Prep, and Tableau Bridge. Additionally, proficiency in SQL Query, SAP Business Objects administration, Alteryx Designer, Alteryx Intelligence suite, and Alteryx Server is essential. The AVP will collaborate closely with business stakeholders, data engineers, operations engineers, delivery managers, and IT teams throughout the organization to support the data visualization and analytics strategy. They will also be responsible for ensuring optimal system performance and architecture. Moreover, the Assistant Vice President will work with DevOps engineers to establish a CI/CD pipeline for Infrastructure as Code, facilitating automated deployment of BI systems and services. This role demands a highly motivated individual with robust leadership capabilities, technical proficiency, strong data acumen, excellent communication skills, and a collaborative mindset. The ability to address and troubleshoot a diverse range of problems is crucial for success in this role.

Negotiable
Boston
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VP Financial Planning & Analysis

Job Title: Vice President, Financial Planning & Analysis Location: Kansas City, MO About Us: One of our leading Health Insurers is seeking a Vice President of Financial Planning & Analysis to lead their division. The Vice President, of Financial Planning & Analysis will provide strategic leadership to the Financial Analysis and Planning Division. This role is responsible for managing and setting the strategic direction of the division, contributing to the management and strategic direction of the company, and developing the people and processes needed to meet and exceed the needs of the Financial Planning and Analysis customers. Responsibilities: Lead the Financial Analysis and Planning Division, setting strategic direction. Develop people and processes to exceed customer needs. Review, communicate, and present strategic plans, operating budgets, and forecasts. Provide financial plan for performance variances, operating alternatives, program and investment initiatives. Advance excellence in Financial Planning and Analysis through process improvements, standardization, and capability development. Develop long and short-range operating and capital budgets/forecasts aligned with business objectives. Determine targets and measures ensuring alignment with business unit functions regarding financial matters. Recommend budget modifications as required and develop action plans to address negative variances. Directly support activities and timely information related to sales and account management to drive profitability. Review monthly performance and financial results of all organizational business units and provide recommendations to senior management. Build financial, analytical, and project management skills within the team and across the organization. Identify risks, opportunities, and recommend actions. Hire, develop, and appraise staff effectively. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field. Experience working at a health Insurance Company Minimum 15 years of financial leadership experience. Experience using technology to improve processes and produce accurate information. Strong communication skills and ability to challenge the status quo. Decisive, action-oriented leader with excellent interpersonal skills. Additional Information: Most work is performed in an office setting with occasional travel.

US$275000 - US$285000 per year
United States of America
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VP Financial Planning & Analysis

Job Title: Vice President, Financial Planning & Analysis Location: Kansas City, MO About Us: One of our leading Health Insurers is seeking a Vice President of Financial Planning & Analysis to lead their division. The Vice President, of Financial Planning & Analysis will provide strategic leadership to the Financial Analysis and Planning Division. This role is responsible for managing and setting the strategic direction of the division, contributing to the management and strategic direction of the company, and developing the people and processes needed to meet and exceed the needs of the Financial Planning and Analysis customers. Responsibilities: Lead the Financial Analysis and Planning Division, setting strategic direction. Develop people and processes to exceed customer needs. Review, communicate, and present strategic plans, operating budgets, and forecasts. Provide financial plan for performance variances, operating alternatives, program and investment initiatives. Advance excellence in Financial Planning and Analysis through process improvements, standardization, and capability development. Develop long and short-range operating and capital budgets/forecasts aligned with business objectives. Determine targets and measures ensuring alignment with business unit functions regarding financial matters. Recommend budget modifications as required and develop action plans to address negative variances. Directly support activities and timely information related to sales and account management to drive profitability. Review monthly performance and financial results of all organizational business units and provide recommendations to senior management. Build financial, analytical, and project management skills within the team and across the organization. Identify risks, opportunities, and recommend actions. Hire, develop, and appraise staff effectively. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field. Experience working at a health Insurance Company Minimum 15 years of financial leadership experience. Experience using technology to improve processes and produce accurate information. Strong communication skills and ability to challenge the status quo. Decisive, action-oriented leader with excellent interpersonal skills. Additional Information: Most work is performed in an office setting with occasional travel.

US$275000 - US$285000 per year
United States of America
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Stop Loss Underwriter

Company Summary: A leading global life & health reinsurance firm is looking to add talent to its Senior Medical Stop Loss Underwriting team. They're ideally looking for someone who has medical stop loss experience or experience working across group life, accident, and ancillary underwriting. In this role, you will be helping to underwrite and price new & renewal medical stop loss. What you'll be responsible for… Growing the scope of the underwriting department to assist with the pricing for new and renewal business Overseeing the intern program and developing jr. underwriters' understanding of the industry Build new and existing client relationships to discuss stop-loss renewal business What you'll need to be successful… 4+ years within the underwriting industry, stop-loss underwriting preferred High level of technical experience using SQL, SAS, Python, R, or other similar software Strong attention to detail and the ability to communicate to internal and external stakeholders Actuarial experience is preferred What sets my client apart… You'll be working with one of the largest reinsurance firms in the world Flexible working hours, competitive compensation, and strong work-life balance Access to some of the most competitive benefits packages in the industry

£85000 - £110000 per year
United States of America
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Sr. Underwriter - Allied Health/Social Services

Position: Senior Underwriter - Allied Medical and Social Services Products Remote options available About Us: We are seeking a motivated Senior Underwriter to join our dedicated team, focused on underwriting Allied Medical and Social Services products. As a key contributor, you'll be responsible for managing both new and renewal business, cultivating relationships, and achieving collective objectives in a collaborative work environment. Responsibilities: Underwrite new and renewal business within the Allied Medical and Social Services Products portfolio. Develop and maintain relationships with key customers to enhance our market presence. Operate with minimal supervision, demonstrating a proactive approach in achieving individual and team goals. Ensure adherence to underwriting guidelines and compliance standards. Requirements: Bachelor's degree (BA/BS 3-5 years experience with Allied Health or Social Services underwriting. Don't hesitate to apply into the role if interested!

Negotiable
United States of America
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Head of Underwriting (m/w/d)

Are you an experienced Underwriter seeking a new challenge? We're looking for a dynamic individual to lead and manage our underwriting team, ensuring profitability and growth across various business lines. What You'll Be Doing: As the Head of Underwriting, your responsibilities will include: Managing our portfolio of key accounts and providing market insights to support our sales department. Collaborating with sales and marketing teams to ensure our products meet market demands. Participating in product development, contract design, and risk policy implementation. Analyzing product performance, claims experience, and associated risks to determine pricing strategies. Leading day-to-day operations and fostering team development. Your Profile: We're looking for someone with: A Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in economics, statistics, mathematics, law, or related fields. Extensive experience in the insurance or financial sector with people management skills. Strong analytical skills and proficiency in IT tools. Excellent communication skills and fluency in German and English. Proficiency in Office applications, especially Excel. What We Offer: Competitive salary and benefits package. Opportunities for career development and progression. A supportive and inclusive working environment dedicated to making a positive impact. About the Company: This opportunity is with one of the biggest insurance companies in Germany, a leading provider of assistance services, travel insurance, and credit protection. Ready for a New Challenge? Send your application

Negotiable
Cologne
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Manager of Actuarial Services

Job Title: Manager of Actuarial Services (Remote) About Us: A leading Employee Benefits provider dedicated to the health and well-being of federal employees and their families. With over two million members, including federal employees, retirees, military retirees, and their families, we're committed to inclusivity and diversity in everything we do. Our mission is clear: to empower federal workers to lead healthy lives. Role Overview: As the Manager of Actuarial Services, you'll be at the forefront of our commitment to health and wellness. You'll lead a team of certified and non-certified actuarial professionals, driving the development and delivery of essential actuarial work products across our diverse product portfolio. Key Responsibilities: Lead and manage actuarial staff to deliver high-quality work products across various initiatives and product offerings. Foster the professional growth of actuarial staff, balancing educational requirements, technical skill development, and project deliverables. Oversee performance management and evaluations for effective team operations. Independently develop complex actuarial models while ensuring accuracy and reliability. Provide peer review for actuarial work products and collaborate closely with cross-functional teams including Product Development, Finance, and Clinical Operations. Advocate for and uphold Data Governance and Data Architecture framework. Utilize advanced analytical techniques to ensure the quality and reliability of results. Document processes and assumptions in compliance with actuarial standards and regulations. Ensure confidentiality and privacy standards are upheld in handling all data in accordance with HIPAA and corporate guidelines. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or related quantitative discipline. 7+ years of experience in actuarial science within health insurance or consulting. ASA or FSA certification preferred. Demonstrated leadership ability, either through direct management experience or mentorship. Proficiency with data extraction technologies such as SQL. Strong multitasking skills with the ability to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to translate analytics into actionable insights. Preferences: Experience in people management. Familiarity with data visualization tools like Power BI, Tableau, or Qlik. Advanced knowledge of research and analytics methodologies. Expertise in advanced statistical techniques for analyzing large datasets. Benefits: Competitive salary with incentive plans. Comprehensive health, vision, and dental benefits from day one. Generous 401(k) retirement plan with company matching. Robust employee well-being program. Paid time off, including personal community enrichment time. Company-provided life and disability insurance. Tuition assistance program for continued education and professional development.

Negotiable
United States of America
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Sr. Actuarial Consultant

Key Responsibilities: This role involves performing high-level actuarial analysis to support decision-making in pricing and reserving. Here's how you can fulfill the responsibilities outlined: Actuarial Analysis and Key Driver Identification: Conduct in-depth actuarial analysis to understand key drivers of results in pricing and reserving. Utilize statistical and mathematical techniques to identify trends, patterns, and risk factors affecting profitability. Present findings in a clear and concise manner to support decision-making processes. Pricing Strategy Development: Develop and maintain pricing models to assist in determining pricing strategies. Conduct rate reviews, file rates when necessary, and estimate reserves accurately. Prepare valuation reports and presentations to communicate pricing strategies effectively. Candidate Qualifications: Qualified or Pursuing Actuary qualification from CAS with a minimum of 4 years of experience in the Property and Casualty insurance sector. Location: This position is based in Chicago. Candidates must reside in Chicago. This is a hybrid opportunity (2 days in office, 3 days from home).

US$110000 - US$150000 per year
Chicago
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Business Analyst III

Join a dynamic team to spearhead the development of a new function within a leading blue plan. Leverage your expertise to shape and build out this exciting initiative from the ground up. Explore innovative opportunities and strategies to drive success in this new venture. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure alignment and integration with existing processes. Take ownership of key responsibilities and contribute to the strategic direction of the function. Engage in networking opportunities to identify top talent and potential collaborators. Share insights and ideas to continuously improve and optimize the function's performance. Act as a leader and mentor, guiding team members towards achieving collective goals.

Negotiable
United States of America
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E&S Commercial Lines Underwriter

Position Overview: My client, a leading insurance brokerage, is looking for a highly skilled and motivated E&S (Excess and Surplus) Personal Lines Underwriter to join their dynamic team. The ideal candidate will possess a strong understanding of personal lines insurance products and underwriting principles, with a focus on Excess and Surplus lines. The E&S Personal Lines Underwriter will be responsible for evaluating insurance applications, assessing risks, and determining appropriate coverage and pricing for personal lines policies. Key Responsibilities: Evaluate insurance applications for personal lines coverage, including homeowners, dwelling fire, personal umbrella, and other specialty products. Assess risk factors associated with each application, including property value, location, occupancy, and loss history. Analyze underwriting data and make informed decisions on coverage eligibility, terms, and pricing. Collaborate with underwriting team members and other departments to ensure adherence to company underwriting guidelines and policies. Communicate with agents and brokers to gather additional information, clarify policy details, and negotiate terms when necessary. Stay informed about industry trends, regulatory changes, and emerging risks related to personal lines insurance. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in business, finance, risk management, actuarial science or a related field preferred. Minimum of 5 years of experience in personal lines underwriting, with a focus on Excess and Surplus lines preferred. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail, with the ability to interpret complex underwriting data and make sound decisions. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively interact with agents, brokers, and internal stakeholders. Proficiency in underwriting software and Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of insurance regulations, industry best practices, and underwriting principles. Professional designation such as CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter) or AU (Associate in Underwriting) a plus.

US$900000 - US$900001 per year
United States of America
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Advisor, Medical Economics

The opportunity is with one of the fastest-growing Medical Economics teams in the country, based in Nashville, TN. As an Advisor, Medical Economics, you will be working with both Medicare Advantage and ACO/VBC pricing and reserving, with a focus on HEDIS Measures and STAR ratings, amongst a broad catalog of other fields. The Advisor, Medical Economics will be responsible for: Data set creation, analysis, and reporting Financial forecasting & trend analysis The company's budgetary oversight Financial performance reviews The Advisor, Medical Economics should have the following qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Economics, Actuarial Studies, Mathematics, or a related field Ability to relocate to the greater Nashville area 4+ years of experience in Medical Economics, Medicare Advantage, HEDIS Measures Experience with Medicare Advantage, RAF Scores, Risk Adjustment, and ACO/VBC exposure Benefits: Ground-floor team buildout & direct mentorship from C-suite Competitive relocation and compensation packages Health, Dental, Vision, 401k matching programs If you are interested in the Advisor, Medical Economics role, please don't hesitate to apply.

£130000 - £150000 per year
Tennessee
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