Location: Columbus, Georgia
Job Type: Full time
Salary Range: $35,000 - $80,000
We’ve Got You Under Our Wing
We are the duck. We develop and empower our people, cultivate relationships, give back to our community, and celebrate every success along the way. We do it all…The Aflac Way.
Aflac, a Fortune 500 company, is an industry leader in voluntary insurance products that pay cash directly to policyholders and one of America's best-known brands. Aflac has been recognized as Fortune’s 50 Best Workplaces for Diversity and as one of World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere.com.
Our business is about being there for people in need. So, ask yourself, are you the duck? If so, there’s a home, and a flourishing career for you at Aflac.
What does it take to be successful at Aflac?
- Acting with Integrity
- Communicating Effectively
- Pursuing Self-Development
- Serving Customers
- Supporting Change
- Supporting Organizational Goals
- Working with Diverse Populations
What will you be doing in this role?
- Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with all levels of the organization
- Excellent attention to detail to ensure accuracy
- Knowledge of insurance and actuarial terminology preferred
- Basic knowledge of accounting principles
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Intermediate skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Teradata
- Para-Actuary Competencies
- Technical Knowledge & Skill - Intermediate Performs data analysis, synthesizes it into something meaningful, and develops materials and presentation of findings. Understands data limitations and considers influence of business processes, market segmentation strategies, and industry factors on analysis. Identify, set, and defend actuarial and financial assumptions; develop, enhance, and deliver actuarial and financial models that effectively evaluate risk.
- Project Management - Intermediate Can effectively lead projects, including those with crossfunctional accountabilities. Highly responsive to dynamic business needs while partnering with other functional or operational areas. Identifies and initiates projects suggested by business needs or strategies and reprioritizes work/seeks resources as necessary.
- Communication - Intermediate Understands, listens and explains business issues and potential solutions in a way that results in informed decision making. Proactively and routinely seeks out business partners to provide timely summary of practice area results. Has clear examples of delivering
Education & Experience Required
- Bachelor's Degree mathematics, business administration, statistics, computer science, or a related field
- two years of professional job-related work experience
Or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Principal Duties & Responsibilities
- Principal Duties and Responsibilities may include (varies by functional area, i.e. pricing, valuation):
- Provides support to the actuarial team by coordinating, preparing reports and serving as a liaison related to special requests
- Gathers information, prepares experience reports and coordinates responses for special requests
- Serves as the primary contact for inquiries pertaining to special requests, various initiatives and test cases; communicates Actuarial decisions to various business partners in a timely, proactive and customer-friendly fashion
- Assists in collecting data for various types of ad hoc requests
- Tracks and reports progress of standard and non-standard initiatives
- Gathers competitor research
- Maintains and continuously improves effective and accurate online records, databases, or manual filing systems that provide a quick-reference database for information on special request activity and document/correspondence status
- Builds models for new financial reports and continues to improve existing processes
- Sets up financial controls to make checks and balances for the works of your own and others
- Works with internal and external auditors and state examiners to ensure successful audits and examinations
- Performs other duties as required
This compensation range is specific to the job level and takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including, but not limited to: education, experience, licensure, certifications, geographic location, and internal equity. The range has been created in good faith based on information known to Aflac at the time of the posting. Compensation decisions are dependent on the circumstances of each case. This salary range does not include any potential incentive pay or benefits, however, such information will be provided separately when appropriate. The salary range for this position is $35,000 - $80,000.
In addition to the base salary, we offer an array of benefits to meet your needs including medical, dental, and vision coverage, prescription drug coverage, health care flexible spending, dependent care flexible spending, Aflac supplemental policies (Accident, Cancer, Critical Illness and Hospital Indemnity offered at no costs to employee), 401(k) plans, annual bonuses, and an opportunity to purchase company stock. On an annual basis, you’ll also be offered 11 paid holidays, at least 10 days of prorated PTO to be used for any reason, and, if eligible, state mandated sick leave (Washington employees accrue 1 hour sick leave for every 40 hours worked) and other leaves of absence, if eligible, when needed to support your physical, financial, and emotional well-being. Aflac complies with all applicable leave laws, including, but not limited to sick and safe leave, and adoption and parental leave, in all states and localities.