Job Description

Job Description : Responsibilities.
As an actuarial analyst, you'll be required to -
Compile statistical data and other information related to Energy usage
for analysis.
Understand and use complex mathematical formulas, particularly in the area of advanced
statistics and modelling in the trade of electricity business.
Use spreadsheets or other specialist software to complete data analysis tasks.
Monitor progress of doers to ensure that timelines are met
Write reports on your computations with results of your findings, and produce these
reports in a format that non-specialists can understand.
Developing new financial products with regards to Energy trade, OTC and on Electricity
based industry business,
Preparing presentations, reports, valuations and quarterly updates.
Prepare audit reports containing energy analysis results or recommendations for energy cost
of savings.
Presenting reports, explaining their implications to managers and directors and advising
on risk limitation.
Verify income eligibility of participants in publicly financed weatherization programs.
Working with IT professionals to develop systems to ensure compliance with the
requirements of regulatory bodies.
Working with mergers and acquisitions.
Involved in annual Profitability studies to support pricing decisions, and provide
recommendations to the business partners & Underwriters.
Design, test, and administer business strategies to minimize risk and maximize profitability
Qualifications and Requirements
Although this area of work is open to all graduates with strong numerical skills, the
following degree subjects may increase your chances:
Actuarial science or Actuarial mathematics
Electrical Engineering
Business or finance

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