Government Actuary’s Department

Profile

GAD is responsible for the provision of actuarial advice to the UK Government and a range of public service departments regarding their pension provisions and risk management. GAD operates with a number of internal teams with responsibility for specific areas of advice. 


As a Junior Actuarial Technician you will provide support to your team and GAD, in the production of client advice, providing accurate, high quality and timely actuarial and specialist analysis, advice and assistance.
 

Apprenticeships

As a Junior Actuarial Technician you will provide support to your team / GAD, in the production of client advice, providing accurate, high quality and timely actuarial and specialist analysis, advice and assistance. 

Junior Actuarial Technicians may be employed within any of following teams and would be expected to rotate through various teams during their career: 

Specialist Actuarial (Advice to Government, Staff Transfers and Funded Pension Schemes) 
Insurance & Investment 
Public Sector Pension Schemes 
Actuarial Services 

Salary & benefits

Civil Service pension schemes may be available for successful candidates.

Benefits

• Commitment to professional development as well as support to achieve a Certified Actuarial Analyst membership 
• Flexible working arrangements to support and maintain work/life balance 
• 25 days annual leave increasing to 30 with service, plus 8 public holidays and a privilege day 
• Access to season ticket loan, plus cycle to work scheme 

Requirements

High level of general education; A level Mathematics at grade B or above

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