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Job Description & Summary
One thing we know about life is there’s no crystal ball telling businesses and government exactly what’s around the corner. And yet, both can benefit hugely by looking at the risks and quantifying the financial impact of what might happen. For that, they need the help of actuaries ‐ financial mathematicians specialising in measuring and identifying risk and outcomes to make financial sense of an uncertain future.
What you’ll be doing?
Actuarial Services at PwC is all about working with probability. With us, graduates with skills in maths, stats, computer science or economics can start their career to become a qualified actuary, developing skills, business experience and higher qualifications along the way.
PwC Graduates in Actuarial Services assist Kiwi businesses by analysing and modelling uncertain future events. One day you might be helping an insurance company calculate the risk of clients having an accident; the next, working with the public sector to find valuable interventions and ultimately improve lifetime outcomes for millions of Kiwis. We investigate new and proven ways of modelling and managing risks, even those that are around the corner and out of view, using cutting-edge technology and the skills and experience of our actuaries.
Why we think that PwC is a great place to work
Besides the opportunity to work on a wide range of interesting and high-profile clients, we also ensure you are provided with a range of benefits and support systems to ensure your PwC Experience is of the highest calibre. A few examples of how we achieve this include:
Highly supportive environment of sharing and collaboration, both within the digital practice and the wider firm environment;
Career development, coaching, and support –you can expect in depth involvement and investment in your career from Managers through to Partners, including a clearly outlined career pathway;
Excellent benefits provided to all staff – including discounted health insurance, discounts on gym memberships, paid volunteer leave, and the opportunity to purchase additional holidays!
We are recruiting now for a Graduate to start in February 2020, based in Auckland’s Commercial Bay building. If you are looking for an exciting and diverse career ahead of you; where you have the opportunity to be more than just a number, where you get to tackle complex and exciting business problems, where you have the opportunity to learn and grow then choose a career with PwC.
You must be legally entitled to live and work in New Zealand from the time of application to be considered. You will need your CV (word copy), cover letter and academic transcript to complete your application.
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