Who we are Zurich is one of the world's leading insurance groups, and one of the few to operate on a global basis. Our mission is to help our customers understand and protect themselves from risk. With about 55,000 employees serving customers in more than 170 countries, we aspire to become the best global insurer as measured by our shareholders, customers and employees. We help individuals, small and medium sized companies and global corporations around the world understand and protect themselves from risk by offering a wide range of insurance products, solutions and advisory services. “We are actually living a cultural and business transformation process and that is the reason why we need to hire people completely different. We are looking for some unique person, creative and exceptional who might want to be a part of this changes and assume new and completely different challenges” Our opportunity The Risk Management team is seeking an actuary or an economist to assist in the governance, internal control, risk assessments and production of the Solvency II capital requirements and Solvency II reporting. We have a clear objective to achieve a high degree of automation and to make all of our processes efficient while allowing the required flexibility. It is a very transversal function, working closely with the assurance functions and with most of the areas of the company. We are looking for a motivated and committed individual with robust technical skills who is eager to learn about Risk Management and Solvency II. The role is focused on all the main risk management activities, including governance, internal control, supporting the conduct of risk assessments and the preparation of risk management documentation for Audit Committees and Boards, and also on the production of the capital requirements. Therefore, the role offers the possibility to learn, contribute to and expand on most of the main risk management activities. Your role Your main responsibilities will be: Assist in the preparation of risk and control documentation for Audit Committees and Boards.Contribute to the preparation of risk assessments for ZIP Spanish Branch (including Commercial Insurance) and Zurich Vida Entity.Contribute to the preparation of project risk assessments.Assist in the preparation of internal and external reportings, including Solvency II reports (Risk Committees, ORSA, SFCR, RSR and other reporting requirements) Business Accountabilities Zurich Risk Policy is broadly recognized as the foundation for all risk management activities across the organizationGroup Risk Management Framework is sufficiently understood and implemented in the organizationConsistent, reliable and timely delivery of risk information to relevant decision-making bodies Your Skills and Experience Your skills and qualifications will ideally include: QualificationFully qualified actuary/qualified economist.Experience3 to 5 years of experience in underwriting, investments or capital.Experience in Solvency II regulation. Experience in governance LanguagesAdvanced level of Spanish and English. Software skills:Advanced knowledge of spreadsheet software (Excel).Basic knowledge of statistical tools (e.g. Microstrategy, SAS Enterprise Guide). Interpersonal skills:Self-motivation and drive.Professional, enthusiastic and positive attitude.Able to meet deadlines and work under pressure.Technical and analytical skills.Ability to seek out available resources and sources of information.Positive and flexible attitude.Ability to think creatively to solve problems.Customer focused.Constructive and supportive working style.Good communication skills. If you are an enthusiastic learner, a team builder, proactive, open-minder and target-driven, then we are looking for you! Additional Information Work location is in Barcelona and you will get the chance to develop your professional career with a great team and a very good work environment. Zurich Insurance has the policy to be an equal opportunity employer. We aim to attract and retain the best qualified individuals available, without regard to criteria such as race/ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.