Part of the Knowledge team, the Biometric Risk Modelling chapter focuses on biometric risks. Chapter core members goals are to contribute to key projects, train, share knowledge and know-how with chapter members, promote knowledge both internally and externally, and finally, develop knowledge via high level internships and academic partnerships.
The Biometric Risk Modelling core members analyze biometric risks with the objective of improving the expertise of teams on this topic and of participating in the growth and profitability of the SCOR group. It provides technical assistance and support to the operating entities of SCOR Global Life, as well as to the Management, regarding risk analysis and pricing at a Group-wide level.
With this in mind, the team analyses general statistical or insurance data and develops the scientific methods and tools necessary to estimate these risks. To improve its techniques and estimates, it works in partnership with high-level university researchers. The results of its work are made available to the Biometric Risk Modelling community.
More generally, you’ll contribute to animate the community by sharing knowledge on biometric risk related topics.
Despite SCOR covers a large variety Biometric Risk you’ll have a strong focus on Critical Illness risk as it is the principal risk covered in Asia.
This internship in the Biometric Risk Modelling chapter of SCOR Global Life will give you the opportunity to be involved in actuarial duties with a strong focus on tools for deriving actuarial assumptions and projections of the underlying morbidity (e.g., cancer morbidity) for critical illness insurance products.
As the scope of the team is world-wide, you will be working on many different countries with a strong focus on Asia Pacific.
What You Will Do
The Research Intern will have the opportunity to work with experienced actuaries at SCOR Global Life and will be responsible for:
- Parametric and non-parametric modelling of morbidity assumptions.
- Adapting or developing models based on available tools for mortality and morbidity estimation.
- Interpret and analysis of available claims experience and population data and fitting of the tools to this data.
- Assisting on best estimate validation of critical illness insurance products.
These opportunities will provide you with a very good start for the development of your analytic skillsets and into the actuarial modelling of best estimate assumptions for biometric products. It will also provide inside into thinking, strategy and collaboration of a multinational corporation like SCOR.
Required Skills and Abilities
- Previous working experience or internship in a similar environment is not required but will be advantageous.
- Strong mathematical and analytic skills.
- First experience in statistical analysis and programming.
- Previously worked on similar analytical university/work projects.
- Motivated and optimistic.
- Creative and dynamic.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Proactive and autonomous.
- Result oriented.
- Microsoft suite office.
- Experience with statistical tools like SAS and R.
- Excellent oral and written skills in English.
- 2nd or final year pursuing BBA with a major in Actuarial, Mathematics, Statistics, etc.
- With a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
- Job type:Internships
Actuary, Mathematics, Statistics
- Closing Date:22nd Dec 2021, 6:00 pm