About the Role
We're disrupting the transportation space and growing rapidly in both the U.S. and internationally. This is an excellent opportunity for an intellectually curious actuarial candidate to gain valuable non-traditional actuarial experience, all while working in one of Uber's most critical and fastest-growing divisions. So if you're ready to go deep working on a rewarding set of challenges and if you've got the skills, experience, passion, and a strong team mentality - read on and get in touch!
What You'll Do
- Deploy traditional actuarial skills and training in new and innovative ways to support Uber's Commercial Auto insurance and other coverages through the estimation of unpaid claims liability and prospective loss costs
- Contribute to both the Corporate Pricing and Quarterly Reserving Processes, including data creation and validation, analysis and selections, internal and external communication, as well as financial implementation
- Build detailed claims analysis and data visualization tools to inform actuarial selections and to identify operational opportunities in Uber's business, litigation, and claims functions
- Work closely with various parties, including insurance finance, data science, claims analytics, and your actuarial peers in the development of analytic process and deliverables
- Communicate/present analysis findings to actuarial management
- Candidate with 3+ CAS Exams and a minimum of 1 year of Property & Casualty (P&C) actuarial experience
- BA/BS in Math, Statistics, Economics, or similar
- Personal or commercial auto insurance experience a plus
- Prior reserving, large account pricing, or reinsurance experience preferred
- Excellent Excel skills
- Strong with SQL, experience with VBA, R, or Python
- Balance attention to detail with swift and practical execution
- Great communication and organization skills, ability to multitask and be a team player
- Enthusiasm about Uber!
At Uber, we reimagine the way the world moves for the better. The idea was born on a snowy night in Paris in 2008, and ever since then, our DNA of reimagination and reinvention carries on. We've grown into a global platform moving people and things in ever-expanding ways, taking on big problems to help drivers, riders, delivery partners, and eaters make movement happen at the push of a button for everyone, everywhere.
We welcome people from all backgrounds who seek the opportunity to help build a future where everyone and everything can move independently. If you have the curiosity, passion, and collaborative spirit, work with us, and let's move the world forward, together.
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