- New York, NY, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- 20 Sep 17
Assoc Dir - Sr. Actuarial Programmer
Location: New York, NY, USAThe Role / Responsibilities:
The Associate Director - Senior Actuarial Programmer will work closely with other actuaries and actuarial programmers and will collaborate with our client support, system design and marketing professionals. They will design and implement new features for AXIS and solve actuarial issues posed by our clients. At this level, the actuarial programmers are working on complex code and designing features that have a broad scope and implication.
- Interpret business requirements and take ownership of code across an entire module.
- Provide feedback on client requirements from a technical perspective
- Analyze and implement solutions and program complex new features in AXIS. Participate in meetings with clients to discuss specifications
- Design and implement various features that have wide implication and scope
- Investigate and find the root cause for bugs reported by clients
- Provide client support for end users.
- Ensure compliance with coding standards.
- Review code of less senior team members, provide guidance from technical perspective.
- Research and review new technologies.
- Specialize and develop expertise in multiple areas of actuarial practice.
- Participate and provide leadership for Interest Groups and Working Groups.
- Train actuarial programmers
GGY a Moody's Analytics Company is an actuarial software company located in Toronto, Ontario, devoted to developing, maintaining, and supporting GGY AXIS. This is an integrated, full-featured actuarial software product used in Canada, US and around the world.
- A degree in actuarial science with a minor in computer science preferred.
- At least 10 years of actuarial programming experience.
- FSA or equivalent actuarial designation(s)
- Expert understanding of object oriented design & programming,
- Expert in Programming Languages: C++ a requirement
- Known to be an expert in one or more area; sought out for advice.
- Expert in development tools and platforms: Visual Studio
- Ability to lead a team, but focus is on programming rather than line management
- Strong analytical & technical skills - excellent research capabilities.
- Good communications skills.
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