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Actuarial Technician Apprentice with PPF

Employer
BPP PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Location
CR0 2NA, Croydon
Salary
£21 000 per annum
Closing date
23 Jul 2022

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Specialism
Finance
Sector
Insurance
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
August
Duration
24 months+
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Job Details

This is a 2 years and 6 months Level 4 Apprenticeship giving you the opportunity to gain valuable hands on experience while working towards your Actuarial Technician qualification. You will join as part of the Investment 20/20 programme, which will introduce you to Investment Management and you will gain industry knowledge, skills and develop relationships enabling you to progress your career.  You will have opportunities to meet and network with over 300 trainees across the industry and participate in socials and insight events.

This is a 30-month programme paying £21,000 plus a discretionary bonus of up to 20%. You will receive a generous rewards package including private medical insurance, health cash plan, critical illness insurance, 26 days annual leave, volunteering leave and a choice of generous defined benefit (Civil Service) or defined contribution pension scheme. This role is from our Croydon Head Office and we have a flexible working environment allowing remote working, with typically at least 2 days per week in the office.

As an apprentice, you will spend 20% of your time working towards achieving your Level 4 Actuarial Technician qualification, the rest of your time will be spent working with your team and gaining the skills you need to build your expertise.

You will learn:

Actuarial Techniques - actuarial modelling techniques for the pensions industry

Processes and Principles - Technical know-how and general awareness of the impact of the various actuarial concepts, models and approaches, e.g. how changing the assumptions into a model (such as future rates of inflation) affects the output, such as the value of liabilities of a pension scheme

Technology - A good understanding of how actuarial software, technology and tools can be used to provide answers and solutions to clients, e.g. using Microsoft Excel to manipulate large data sets.

Industry regulation - A broad understanding of the structure of the Financial Services market, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and the professional requirements and regulatory environment in which they operate.

Some of the tasks and projects you’ll be involved in are:

Using Excel to prepare data for input into a model and checking the data for accuracy.

Using the output of spreadsheets and models to populate reports and presentations.

Drafting responses to internal and external queries and assist in the analysis underlying external publications related to levy.

Learning to use technical software and tools.

Skills and requirements

If you are interested in building your career as an actuary and have the following attributes, we are interested in hearing from you:

Enjoys working with maths and interpreting data

Has a curious, logical mind and enjoys problem-solving

Team player with a user-focused approach;

A ‘can do’ attitude to learning and enjoys developing new skills;

A good communicator, both oral and written.

Good working knowledge of the Microsoft suite especially Excel.

keen interest in technology and coding experience would be a bonus

To be eligible for this programme you will need to be at least 18 years old by 1st September 2022 and have, or be predicted to achieve, a minimum of 104 UCAS points including a B or above in A Level Maths.

Qualifications Required:

  • A Level (or equivalent) Mathematics B grade or above (predicted grades may be used)

Skills Required:

Essential:

  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills

Desirable:

  • Strong IT Skills (including a working knowledge of excel)
  • Experience of using VBA or other coding programmes

Personal Qualities:

Essential:

  • The ability to work as part of a team and also achieve individual tasks with little supervision
  • The ability to plan and organise workload, whilst incorporating suitable time for study

Desirable:

  • Ability to explain complex concepts in a simple way

Other Information:

Please ensure that you apply for the position as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. The closing date is a rough guideline as to when an advert will close. The advert may close before the given closing date if the employer has filled the position(s).

BPP have a dedicated team who support students with disabilities, learning difficulties, health conditions and wellbeing. Please contact us at apprenticeshipapplications@bpp.com if you have any queries or would like more details.

Company

About BPP Professional Apprenticeships

BPP is one of the UK’s largest providers of professional apprenticeship training. They work closely with some of the UK’s leading employers including RBS, EY and Starbucks to create unique opportunities for apprentices.

Who Are BPP Professional Apprenticeships?

BPP have been delivering professional qualifications for over 40 years. Training over 80,000 leaners each year, across areas including law, management, accountancy, insurance, banking, nursing, healthcare and more.

What BPP Professional Apprenticeships Offers

BPP's programmes are developed in partnership with employers and respected professionals. Their programmes offer recognised professional qualifications, with a clear pathway from one level to the next – all the way up to chartered status. Regardless of position, almost anyone can get involved. From entry-level talent, to the most senior leaders. Through an apprenticeship you’ll have the opportunity to develop a stronger, wider and deeper skill set. 

Training

Once you’re on your apprenticeship, you will be surrounded by BPP’s experts. Including dedicated Coaches who will support you through your journey, and Tutors who will provide their expertise on your chosen course. BPP’s flexible delivery blends digital learning with a face-to-face approach, and in some cases peer-to-peer learning, to help minimise disruption in your working environment.

Find Us
Website
Telephone
0161 244 6471
Location
BPP 5TH FLOOR, ST JAMES' BUILDING
79 OXFORD STREET
MANCHESTER
MANCHESTER
GREATER MANCHESTER
M1 6FQ
GB
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