Looking for a challenge?

Do you have a strong interest in mathematics; enjoy problem solving and data analysis? If you’re a school leaver or a graduate interested in actuarial modelling and analysis, then this role is perfect for you.

Being an analyst means you are able to work through the Certified Actuarial Analyst (CAA) exams, which will give you a range of financial, analytical and modelling skills. Our Analysts work closely with the actuarial teams to provide ongoing support, including processing individual member calculations, assisting with the data and calculation work for actuarial valuations, and helping to prepare draft reports.


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So, what's in it for you?

We offer our Actuarial Analysts a competitive salary, along with a flexible benefits package, a full induction and an on-going training programme.

Working with our specialist software, you’ll have the opportunity to get involved with a broad range of exciting projects and to get stuck in with plenty of problem-solving. For example, you could assist with checking and analysing data, preparing reports and producing the pension scheme figures required to be disclosed in company accounts – all in a relaxed and friendly environment. Read our blogs by our staff and see what they have to say.



Our actuarial analyst programme supports the CAA (Certified Actuarial Analyst) qualification, this is a new membership qualification for those wanting to work in a technical actuarial support role.

The qualification is internationally recognised and gives the opportunity to decide which actuarial association you would like to join, it also equips professionals with financial business, analytical and modelling skills. The minimum requirements to be considered for the Actuarial Analyst role are: C in English language GCSE as a minimum, B at A level maths.

Any questions?

The application system is open from July to November for candidates to apply for all positions. We run Assessment Days throughout November to January, which is a great opportunity to get a feel for Barnett Waddingham.

If you have any queries or concerns about the application process, then please do not hesitate to get in touch - we'd love to hear from you. You might also find some helpful advice on our FAQ page.


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