The Chubb Corporation
Actuarial Analyst','315970','!*!About Chubb’s Early Career Development Program
Chubb is looking for professionals with a Bachelor’s Degree to join our Early Career Development Program. This is a permanent full-time position and a compelling opportunity to join a global, growing, financially stable and successful company. As the industry leader, Chubb is an employer of choice for students aspiring to develop a meaningful career in a fast-paced, diverse company with offices in most major US cities.
At Chubb, we have designed our Early Career Development Program to hone your skills and talents, to help you reach your career goals. By joining the Chubb Early Career Development Program, you will be part of an experience that supports the well-rounded development of critical business skills which in turn contributes to the future success of our company. Our blended program is designed to include hands-on business assignments in a variety of disciplines, interactive classroom instruction, team assignments and direct interaction with many of our senior executives. As part of this program you will receive:
Business training unique to a career at Chubb;
Technical training to deepen your skill level within your chosen discipline; and an understanding of our broader industry;
Interpersonal effectiveness training to help you gain strong communication and interactive skills;
Access to additional training to compliment your professional development.
You, along with your program peers, form a unique community of achievers who we believe will become the future leaders of Chubb.
Who are we looking for?
Successful professionals at Chubb come from many backgrounds and experiences and bring that rich diversity with them to our company. They also have some things in common and these attributes will lead to your success at Chubb:
Results orientation: a demonstrated ability to meet commitments under pressure
Practical intellectual adaptability: capable and successful at adapting to new knowledge
Personal capacity: accepting and welcoming of additional responsibility over time
Communication skills: an ability to communicate successfully in various settings
Interpersonal/team skills: works effectively with colleagues at all levels
Self-leadership: an ability to take full ownership of work and show initiative as needed
Client focused: understanding of the needs of customers and clients
Work ethic: a commitment to hard work and a high ethical conduct
How to apply?
Bachelor’s degree in many majors will be considered, with a slight preference to Risk Management or Business majors
Some knowledge of insurance concepts, practices, and procedures is desirable
MS Office experience, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
Oral and written communication skills, negotiation skills
Geographic flexibility and a willingness to work in most major US regions
For roles in Finance: up to 2 years of accounting or auditing experience or related coursework & familiarity with U.S. /Intl Accounting Rules is also greatly valued
As a member of Chubb's Actuarial Team, you will help evaluate business opportunities in a given market by analyzing data to identify the potential profitability and possible pitfalls. Armed with this data, we advise top management on ways to balance the anticipated with the unexpected. Typically, our actuaries base their analysis on the demand the business may create, the price required to deliver a reasonable rate of return, and the potential effect of claims on the company's profitability. As your career progresses at Chubb, projects will include extensive statistical analysis, pricing, loss reserving, research, forecasting, and predictive analytics. Actuarial Analysts are primarily located in Philadelphia, PA and Whitehouse Station, NJ. The position combines on-the-job learning with seminars and formal training, rotational opportunity, and time off to study for the Casualty Actuarial Society's series of exams.We are looking for individuals who can successfully work as part of a team, are sophisticated communicators, able to manage time effectively, and enjoy finding creative solutions to problems. Qualified candidates should possess a degree in Math, Statistics, Economics, Finance, Actuarial Science, or a related field. Math and analytical skills and proficiency in Excel is essential. A minimum of one Actuarial Exam is preferred.','','','','Philadelphia','19106','Actuarial','No','Sep 27, 2017','Actuarial Analyst
For more than 130 years, the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies has been delivering exceptional property and casualty insurance products and services to businesses and individuals around the world. Today, we are the 12th largest property and casualty insurer in the United States and have a worldwide network of some 120 offices in 26 countries staffed by 10,200 employees. The Chubb Corporation reported $52.2 billion in assets and $13.6 billion in revenues in 2012. According to Fortune magazine, Chubb is the 202nd largest U.S.-based corporation.