Injury Schemes / Health and Disability
We help business and government leaders see a clear way forward.
Taylor Fry’s actuarial and analytics consultants support our clients in making strategic decisions to enhance the financial health of their organisations, and benefit communities, people and society.
We are creative problem solvers – from physicists and engineers to mathematicians and computer scientists. This variety strengthens our advice to meet the needs of our clients and their customers.
Our innovations have led to changes in government policy in Australia and New Zealand, and continue to break new ground, particularly in the social sector. Qantas liked our approaches in analytics so much, it bought a 51 per cent stake in our business in 2015.
About the opportunity
We’re seeking a qualified actuarial consultant with experience managing projects in the accident compensation, or public health and disability sectors.
In this role, you’ll interpret and analyse complex technical data, and provide tailored commercial solutions and advice to our clients. The work is varied, involving projects for schemes such as workers compensation, compulsory third party (CTP) and catastrophic injuries, as well as for public health and disability organisations.
Working closely with senior stakeholders, you’ll use your deep knowledge of actuarial techniques to lead small and medium-size projects. You’ll also play a support role on large projects, providing hands-on technical support, and managing client expectations and enquiries. This will include contributing to, and on occasion leading, client meetings and presentations providing insights and results.
As a Manager, you can expect to contribute to business development. You’ll participate in pitch and tender processes, write articles and present at industry events to help raise our profile and build on your own client network. Additionally, you’ll invest time in the development of others, coaching and training junior consultants to equip them with the skills they’ll need for success.
About the practice areas
Our Injury Schemes practice offers client-focused solutions to government insurers and regulators across Australia and New Zealand. We provide a full range of services, from liability valuations to advanced predictive analytics. The team works on projects such as scheme design, claims triage, claim pathways analysis, valuations, pricing, and other services that give insurers insights into scheme dynamics.
Our work in the Health sector makes a difference. The team collaborates with clients in the public and private sectors, helping them to make data-driven decisions to improve their systems and services, and ultimately make a positive impact for communities. We assist our clients in their commitment to balance financial sustainability, meet community expectations and achieve better outcomes for people.
You’re a creative thinker with a keen commercial sense. You also enjoy being part of and contributing to a supportive working environment, recognising the value each person brings.
To be successful in this role, you’ll have the following skills and attributes:
- Be a qualified Actuary with a minimum of 7 years’ experience gained in a consulting environment, and at least 3 years’ experience operating at a Manager level
- Experience working on projects covering one (or more) of the following: schemes, such as workers compensation, CTP or catastrophic injury; or public health and disability analytics
- Demonstrated understanding of predictive modelling, statistics and/or machine learning, with experience using scripting languages such as SAS, R and Python
- Strong organisational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects and client lines of enquiry under pressure or within tight timeframes
- An ability to interpret and analyse complex technical data with high attention to detail
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the confidence to liaise with clients and diverse stakeholder audiences
- An interest in training and mentoring junior team members
- A passion for making a difference using data
About our culture
Our firm was established so staff would be recognised for their individual value and rewarded for collaboration. We nurture our employees’ interests, and support their growth and development. We’re known for doing great work, and for doing work that breaks new ground. Our people particularly love immersing themselves in the technical detail.
Taking an active interest in our people and their careers, we promote work practices that support wellbeing, mental wellness and work/life balance. We offer a range of benefits, such as flexible work hours, remote working, life and salary protection insurance, 12 weeks’ paid parental leave, bonuses based on profit share, and many social activities.
How to apply
Please send a cover letter and CV to email@example.com to the attention of the HR Manager.