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Posted on: 15 February 2023
Job Title: Senior Pricing Analyst
Contract Type: Full-Time, Permanent, (Full Time/ Part Time/ Job Share/Flexible opportunities available)
Salary Range: £30,400.00 - £45,600.00, depending on experience
Location: Smart working - Remote/Hybrid
Senior Pricing Analyst
Ageas are currently looking for a Senior Pricing Analyst to join the wider Risk and Market Pricing department. The Senior Pricing Analyst will provide detailed analysis of data using sophisticated actuarial and statistical techniques that inform pricing actions to increase volume, income and profit.
The resulting pricing actions will have a direct and immediate impact on the future growth of the business, with key targets to increase conversion, retention and overall company income and profitability.
Main Responsibilities as Senior Pricing Analyst
Develop, validate and review predictive and machine learning models
Development and delivery of up to date and accurate datasets for modelling, pricing and monitoring
Development and maintenance of pricing models and support for their deployment
Carry out price optimisation and prepare options for senior stakeholders
Deploy rates into rate engine
Maintenance and application of models of customer and market behaviour
Develop a balanced view of current and future pricing performance by combining MI, modelling results and company targets
Maintenance of records to coordinate pricing decisions and implementation across teams, decision making bodies and implementation pathways
Execution and development across all stages of the price control cycle as required
Inform and influence peers in-team and across Ageas
Skills and experience you need as Senior Pricing Analyst
A quantitative degree in e.g. Statistics, Mathematics or Actuarial Science
Experience in a relevant role in a data-driven environment
Knowledge of insurance products and distribution channels (direct, intermediary, aggregators)
Experience of using statistics to explore and validate data, extract and manipulate large datasets for analysis
Experience in SOME of the following predictive modelling techniques e.g. Logistic Regression, Log-Gamma GLMs, GBMs, Elastic Net GLMs, GAMs, Decision Trees, Random Forests, Support Vector Machines and Neural Nets
Experienced in the use of a programming language (e.g. R, Matlab, Python or Octave)
Knowledge of Optimisation: Convex programming and/or Combinatorial
Experienced in the use of programming language (e.g. SAS) and / or statistical packages e.g. actuarial pricing software
Highly numerate with excellent attention to detail
Ability to prioritise and re-prioritise tasks to meet business requirements
Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy within the Facilities Technician role
At Ageas we offer a wide range of benefits to support you and your family inside and outside of work, which helped us achieve, Top Employer status in the UK.
Flexible Working - Smart Working @ Ageas gives employees flexibility around location (as long as it's within the UK) and, for many of our roles, flexibility within the working day to manage other commitments, such as school drop offs etc. We also offer all our vacancies part-time/jobshares . We also offer a minimum of 31 days holiday (inc. bank holidays) and you can buy and sell days.
Supporting your Health - Dental Insurance Health Cash Plan, Health Screening, Will Writing, Voluntary Critical Illness, Mental Health First Aiders, Well Being Activities - Yoga, Mindfulness.
Supporting your Wealth - Annual Bonus Schemes, Annual Salary Reviews, Competitive Pension, Employee Savings, Employee Loans.
Supporting you at Work - Well-being activities, yoga, mindfulness sessions, Sports and Social Club events and more.
Benefits for Them - Partner Life Assurance and Critical Illness cover
Getting Around - Car Salary Exchange, Cycle Scheme, Vehicle Breakdown Cover
Get some Tech - Deals on various gadgets including Wearables, Tablets and Laptops.
Supporting you back to work - Return to work programme after maternity leave
We're one of the largest car and home insurers in the UK. Our people help Ageas to be a thriving, creative and innovative place to work, which is echoed in the service we provide to over four million customers.
As an inclusive employer, we encourage anyone to apply. We're a signatory of the Race at Work Charter and Women in Finance Charter, a Stonewall diversity champion and a Disability Confident Employer (which means interviews are guaranteed for applicants with a disability who meet the minimum role criteria). For more information please see Ageas Everyone.
Our aim is to have great people everywhere in our business and we're always looking for outstanding people to join us. Most roles across Ageas allow a proportion of your time to be spent working from home and we're open to discussing flexible working, including full-time, part-time or job share arrangements.
To find out more about Ageas, see About Us.
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