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Post Data Analytics Lead ? Audit (Michigan #49110)

DW Simpson Global Actuarial Recruitment | Non-Traditional Actuary Jobs

Michigan based insurer has a great opportunity for a student actuary, ACAS, or Data Scientist with 5+ years in an analytics or business intelligence setting, including experience using one or more of the following analytic tools: SAS, SQL, R, Python, SPSS. The ideal individual would have an insurance or banking background, be able to work with internal audit or an audit data analytics team, and complete advanced statistical analysis. Candidate should be familiar with dashboard design and development, IBM Cognos TM1 or PeopleSoft, and extracting/manipulating large data sets in Oracle databases. Salary $90 – 95K. (#49110)

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