Actuarial Consultant Resume

The job of an actuarial consultant is to advise clients to choose a policy that best suits their needs and covers the risk factors involved. Apart from the insurance company, an actuarial consultant can work in an investment firm where he advises the clients to purchase stocks after a thorough research regarding the performance of stocks in the long run. Research and analysis form a major chunk of the job of an actuarial consultant, and he is largely dependent on mathematics, statistics, calculus, computer applications, and several theories that allow him to provide customized, cost efficient, and timely solutions to service seekers.

A perfect actuarial consultant resume is one that enlightens the employer and does not raise any doubt in his mind regarding the proficiency of an applicant. As a job seeker, you need to provide details of your experience and education. It will help the employer to measure your competency. Apart from both these sections, there is one more important section of a resume where you need to list down your skills, both technical and non-technical. Remember that the employer won't read your resume twice. So make sure that the information you provide in the resume is self-explanatory.

Sample Resume

Daniel J. Fischer
1166 Trails End Road
Tallahassee, Florida 25610

Career Objective:
I would like to work as an actuarial consultant for an organization that gives me a chance to put forth my knowledge and expertise and apply my thought process to derive and deliver excellent results.

Summary of Skills:

Details of Work Experience:

Actuarial Consultant at Edward Insurance Services, Tallahassee
Working since July 2011

Actuarial Consultant at Kennedy Insurance Services, Tallahassee
April 2001 to June 2011

Educational Qualifications:
Master's Degree in Actuarial Sciences
Leslie Academy of Actuarial Studies
Bachelor's Degree in Actuarial Sciences
Leslie Academy of Actuarial Studies

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