Job Description

Job Description:

PMO Analyst - Actuarial

PMO Analyst is primarily responsible to assist in coordinating, planning, maintaining, tracking, and reporting project deliverables, activities, and milestones for Finance and Risk initiatives. In addition, this person will help define, implement and manage various key operations in support of the overall Finance and Risk program agenda and provide updates using key metrics to ensure the success of projects. The PMO Analyst will also actively support one or more key Finance and Risk initiatives as needed.


• Update Program Manager on the status of key deliverables and financial and resource plans and provide support to ensure Finance and Risk projects are on track by working with individual project managers.
o Assist in the management of the overall project management scope
o Assist in the tracking and reporting of interdependencies with internal and external projects that are under development or in-flight
o Administer a defined quality assurance program for projects as they prepare to launch
o Support the PMO to coordinate the delivery of Finance and Risk work orders from vendors and ensure necessary content has been provided for sign-off
o Maintain and update the program project portfolio
o Assist in the administration of the weekly status reporting process
o Help administer the acceptance review process for project work products and milestones
o Track project team resources
• Assist the PMO to oversee progress and report status of key deliverables to achieve business goals and objectives.
• Support the coordination of program logistics and the creation of project work plans
• Assist in the administration of the document management process
o Maintain and update the balanced score card and project dashboards
o Assist in the review and validation of the content, timing and resource requirements necessary to meet the project objectives
• Manage, track, and assist in the mitigation of identified project risks and issues


• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to deliver high-impact, concise presentations for senior managers
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills
• Basic understanding of finance transformation roadmap
• Good project management skills with ability to develop work plans, risk management and scope/change control
• Ability to manage project budgets and build business cases
• Attention to detail
• Ability to effectively coordinate multiple projects at once and meet tight deadlines
• Ability to influence and manage relationships with business partners and stakeholders within the Arch entity the the resource will be assigned to support.
• Strong skills in developing project reporting tools with proficiency in Microsoft Programs
• Exposure to insurance finance and risk functions, knowledge of insurance industry
• 3-5 years of professional experience, consulting experience preferred


• Bachelor's degree with concentration in quantitative discipline such as Actuarial Science, Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Economics, or Operations Research.


Actuarial Reserving knowledge - Familiarity with actuarial reserving concepts and methodologies: e.g. Claim triangles, LDFs, Chain-ladder method, Bornhuetter-Ferguson, etc.
Capital Modeling knowledge – Familiarity with capital modeling concepts: e.g. risk types and charges, diversification credit, etc.
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

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