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Actuarial Operations Analyst

Vacancy Details

  • Legal and General

  • Hove

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We have an incrediblly exciting opportunity for you to join our Financial Reporting Centre as an Actuarial Operations Analyst at Legal & General.

The role is based in Hove with the option for agile working, and you will be part of a blended actuarial team providing financial reporting services to our Retirement division, covering both IFRS and SII metrics for our annuity products.


  • Financial Reporting: To perform, with some guidance, tasks and processes to enable an effective and efficient financial reporting service. Provide regular and reliable updates to management to enable the team to disseminate financial information in an effective and informative manner, ensuring its presentation and analysis meet the wide background and experience of the customer base.
  • Monitor and manage ad-hoc requests and developments: Ensure that ad-hoc requests and improvements are appropriately triaged, prioritised, and dealt with in a timely manner.
  • Planning and Change: Contribute to planning of both BAU and Change activities. Support the test and implementation of new financial reporting tools and ways of working.
  • Controls: Ensure that strong audit trails, documentation, testing governance, and best practice data management techniques are implemented consistently.
  • Stakeholder management: Establishing and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders. Capable to confidently liaise with stakeholders at various levels including qualified actuaries and IT change professionals.

You will be:

  • A delivery focussed self-starter with a positive collaborative attitude.
  • Highly numerate and able to understand complex finance or actuarial applications.
  • An advanced user of Excel with an appetite to introduce new IT solutions.
  • Organised, able to manage your time efficiently, and escalate issues.

Beneficial experience:

  • Techniques and governance in order to support the delivery of robust business change.
  • Familiarity with programming languages as used in an actuarial context, such as VBA, SQL or Prophet/DCS.
  • Working in a financial reporting environment.
  • Managing multiple deadlines, stakeholders or projects.
  • This is not an actuarial student role, but might suit a previous student who has stopped exams.

Whatever your role, we reward ability, performance and attitude with a package that looks after all the things that are important to you. Our employees have a wide range of benefits including a generous pension scheme, life assurance, 25 days’ holiday, private medical insurance, discretionary performance related bonuses, paid overtime, a variety of share schemes, discounts at both a huge range of high street stores and our own great products. Your hard work will be rewarded when you join us.