Actuarial Change Manager
Through our brands, Lloyds Banking Group has a relationship with just about every household and community in the UK. We underpin the lives of millions of individuals and businesses, and play a key role in helping to build a growing UK economy.
And we're changing. We're responding to rapid transformation of our sector by delivering new ideas and ways of working that will, ultimately, help us become the best bank for customers. As the pace of change accelerates, you can be part of our exciting future where together we'll embrace creative, agile and simple ways of working.
Our Insurance Finance function is a modern and highly successful part of Scottish Widows, our key insurance brand. Professional colleagues across this function provide statutory and regulatory reporting to meet external requirements as well as supports the business shape the financial strategy and implement systems and processes to deliver strong returns on capital. They also maintain and enhance financial controls to help us work cost effectively across the business.
Are you a nearly or newly qualified actuary? If the answer is yes, this role is an opportunity to join our highly collaborative Actuarial Change team, within Insurance Finance. This team is primarily responsible for understanding change requirements across Actuarial systems and processes, designing solutions to meet customer requirements, developing, testing and delivering solutions.
Joining as an Actuarial Change Manager, you'll be delivering change across all Actuarial systems and processes. You'll be involved in the whole project lifecycle and typical activities will include:
* Working closely with our customers to understand business requirements
* Planning and ongoing management of the change agenda
* Conducting Business Readiness activities prior to go-live
* Liaising with a wide range of stakeholders to successfully deliver the changes
* Reviewing work by your team colleagues, providing supportive and timely feedback, as appropriate
In addition to your nearly / newly qualified actuarial status, you'll need the ability to identify key or unexpected outputs and have the curiosity to investigate underlying issues. As there'll be plenty of stakeholder engagement, often at a senior level, we're also looking for excellent communication skills - both oral and written. You'll be proactive and confident in your dealings with stakeholders. And you'll need to have previous exposure to change activity in the actuarial space. You'll be familiar with the project lifecycle and direct previous involvement in activities such as requirements gathering, developing, testing and delivering solutions will be a definite advantage.
You'll be able to demonstrate well-honed interpersonal skills too; the ability to work collaboratively and manage relationships with business partners and other colleagues is essential. You'll enjoy working independently as well as contributing as part of a small team to achieve our goals.
Do you like to contribute to change? We're committed to continuous development too so if you have an inquisitive nature and strong desire to challenge and improve the way we do things, you'll love working here.
It is a very exciting time to join LBG. Together we'll continue our market leading, ground breaking transformation and you'll help us realise the Group's vision to become the Best Bank for Customers. Here, you'll grow as a person and develop your career.
As well as a competitive salary, this role offers:
* Flex cash sum of 4% of basic salary
* Annual Performance Share Plan
* 28 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
* Private Medical Benefit
Our total reward package offers discounted lifestyle, financial and protection benefits you can tailor to suit your lifestyle.
So if you have the skills we're looking for, we'd love to hear from you. We'll help you perform at your best today, so you can fulfil all your potential in the future. We know that success is built from the inside out through our people. Our customers' experience and success starts with yours.