Monday, December 01, 2014

Actuarial and Statistics Officer (ASO) (4)

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) which is the leading provider of social security services in Tanzania is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified, dynamic and motivated Tanzanians to immediately fill vacant positions currently existing in the Fund.

Position: Actuarial and Statistics Officer (ASO) (4) 

Report to: Senior Actuarial/Statistics Risk Officer

Key Duties and Responsibilities 
1. Collect, compile, analyze, and reconcile data in the required format for actuarial valuation, actuarial investigation into multiple decrements; social security performance indicators, and risk management performance monitoring;
2. Perform Asset-Liability Modelling to ensure proper Asset-Liability Matching;
3. Collect and analyze data from surveys and researches that are intended to either review or improve the existing scheme design;
4. Prepare reports for surveys and researches conducted by the department;
5. Perform analysis and modelling of national demographic and economic factors which influence the evolution of the scheme;
6. Perform actuarial analysis and develop key actuarial descriptors to assess scheme experience;
7. Participate in the actuarial valuation of the scheme;
8. Collect, compile, and analyze loss data, and data on Key Indicators;
9. Collect, compile, and analyze national demographic and economic data;
10. Prepare and produce the report on social security performance indicators for NSSF scheme and make comparison with other schemes within Tanzania and across the region and Africa;
11. Prepare and produce Risk Management Performance Index;
12. Prepares and produce statistical bulletin;
13. Provide ad hoc actuarial support and related fields; and
14. Any other duties as may be directed by the supervisor.

Competence Requirement 
· A bachelor degree in Actuarial Science, Statistics, or Mathematics;
· Ability to apply various data collection techniques;
· Demonstrate better understanding of actuarial data requirement for a pension scheme;
· Demonstrate better understanding of actuarial and statistical modeling;
· Excellent presentation skills-written, verbal and graphic communication;
· Demonstrated the right attitude in terms of the ability to work under minimum supervision;
· Keen attention to detail and highly organized;
· Strong analytic, arithmetic and problem solving skills;
· Fluency with Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint);
· Advanced skills in computing packages such as VBA, Minitab, SPSS; and
· Ability to perform computer programming is an added advantage.

Mode of application: 
Applications in writing enclosing detailed curriculum vitae, certified copies of relevant certificates, contact address including telephone numbers, email address and names and addresses of three referees to be addressed to the undersigned.
Please take note of the following;

Applications without latest CVs will not be considered;

Director, Human Resources and Administration
National Social Security Fund,
P.O. Box 1322,

The closing date for submission will be on 15th December, 2014.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.