Video Teller (Part Time)

BMC HealthNet Plan

Video Teller (Part Time)

2 locations
Charlestown, MA
Boston, MA
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    The Actuarial Analyst III is a key member of the Finance management team whose responsibility is to lead analyses to support Finance staff and the Chief Financial Officer in meeting corporate objectives.

    KEY FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Lead the rate development process by providing analyses and recommendation on benefit design, rating factors and projection of future claim cost
    • Lead the reviews of the rate filings to Department of Insurance and the preparation of data for additional inquiry and requirements of the DOI
    • Prepare analyses of regulatory mandate impacts on the projected claim cost
    • Support in the preparation of risk adjustment analyses
    • Participate in external and regulatory audits
    • Lead the analyses and provides recommendation on reserves for various block of business
    • Prepare monthly accruals and timely trend analyses for different block of business
    • Lead in the analyses for financial forecasting , reforecast and other financial projections
    • Responsible for adhoc analytics including modeling of benefit scenarios. Utilizes statistical applications as necessary
    • Responsible for supporting corporate initiatives/projects that require analysis of health plan data
    • Build financial and actuarial models and conduct statistical analyses such a risk sharing simulations
    • Serve as data expert for department. Advises Finance department on data warehouse design, requests and works with IT to establish priorities
    • Initiate and lead efforts to continually improve data quality and efficiency of various analyses and reporting
    • Share knowledge and provide training to new employees
    • Draw together various facts and inputs from various resources and summarizes and presents the information
    • Reconcile and validate data from warehouse with Corporate Finance
    • Develop Actuarial analysis concerning complex issues and understand different drivers of trends
    • Maintain and build rating and financial forecasting models and ensure consistency and accuracy of the model

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    EDUCATION:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Finance, Economics or related field required
    • Proficiency working with actuarial modeling, SAS and MS Excel
    • Master’s Degree preferred.
    • Successful completion of at least 4 or more Actuarial exams preferred

    EXPERIENCE:

    • At least 3-4 years of progressively responsible experience in actuarial analysis, data modeling, informatics and analysis. Commensurate educational experience in related field will be considered
    • A background in managed healthcare, insurance operations preferred

    COMPETENCIES, SKILLS, AND ATTRIBUTES:

    • The Actuarial Analyst III is an experienced user of claims and membership data
    • Working knowledge of MS tools, including MS Office products, MS Access, MS Project, SQL and SAS or other statistical software. Should be proficient in Microsoft Excel
    • Analyst integrates external grouping methodologies such as DRG, ETG and DxCG in analytics
    • Ability to meet deadlines, multi-task, problem solve and use appropriate technology to analyze business problems. Project management skills a plus
    • Ability to work collaboratively with other departments
    • Strong communications skills, both verbal and written, are required

    *Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

    Required Skills Required Experience

  • Qualifications

    Class 1A Mechanics who bid on the jobs will be given a test to measure basic knowledge necessary to successfully pass the required training.

    Employees who are awarded Electromechanic jobs will be subject to a 12-month lock-in period following the award during which the employee cannot bid or pick into another job classification.

    An employee who is awarded an Electromechanic job will be subject to a qualification period, which will end 45 actual workdays following completion of formal training. Such formal training period shall not exceed the actual formal period of classroom and practical training, or 12 weeks following job award, whichever period is the lesser. An employee may withdraw during the first 30 actual workdays following job award.

  • Locations
    Charlestown, MA • Boston, MA