Job Opportunity; Graduate Trainee Actuary Programme with the Government Actuary’s Department

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Job Opportunity; Graduate Trainee Actuary Programme with the Government Actuary’s Department

Post by Admin on Mon Oct 12, 2015 9:14 pm



At the Government Actuary’s Department we are renowned for the quality of our advice. This is
because we select only the most promising recruits.

Providing actuarial support to some of the largest pension schemes in the UK, our work is crucial to the welfare of millions of people. Our graduates are the actuaries of the future.

As a trainee actuary you will work as part of a team with qualified actuaries in our London office, to deliver advice across a broad range of areas such as valuations, modelling, benefit design, investment strategy and government policy. There may also be opportunities to work on social security, long-term care, health, risk and insurance. As your experience grows you can expect to have regular client contact.

To help you qualify as quickly as possible we offer substantial study support with study leave, discussion classes, and paid for tutorials, courses, exam entry and exam counselling. We also provide one of the finest training programs in the industry with a range of professional briefings, management and business courses to enable you to develop your full potential.

To apply
Visit for details of how to apply. Closing date for completing the on-line application is midnight on 1st November 2015.

Further information
For further information about working at GAD please see our Graduate Trainee Actuary Brochure and profiles of some of our current staff. For enquiries or if you require the application in an alternative format, please contact Kelly Roberts via

Your rewards
The rewards package includes a competitive salary, excellent training and support, a defined benefit pension scheme, flexible working hours, study leave and annual leave and our commitment to your continuing professional development.

At GAD we are committed to equal opportunities. Accordingly, we recruit, train and promote people in all job roles regardless of their race, colour, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation or disability or any other grounds which are unjustifiable in terms of equality. The Department’s recruitment processes are underpinned by the principle of selection for appointment on merit on the basis of fair and open competition as outlined in the Recruitment Principles issued by the Civil Service Commission, which can be found at
Civil Service Nationality Rules apply.


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