Working for APR
Since its inception in 2006 APR has had the good fortune to have recruited and worked with many truly exceptional people, who have given great value to our clients and helped our business to thrive.
Whichever route they join us by, APR staff have in common outstanding technical ability, strong business sense, a drive to succeed within the actuarial profession and a desire to make the most of the opportunities the actuarial world has to offer.
Our staff appreciate the combination of a relaxed, friendly and informal culture, with a strong drive to deliver something innovative and valuable to our clients, and all of our recruits enjoy the opportunities for early responsibility within our flat company structure.
If you think you have the ability and personality to join our growing team, follow the links below to find out what roles are currently available.
APR has a well-established track record of identifying and recruiting the brightest numerate graduates entering the actuarial profession. Our market-leading training programme and the prospect of a wide range of challenging client projects make APR's graduate scheme an excellent place to start your actuarial career.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries introduce the Certified Actuarial Analyst qualification in 2015 as a means of increasing access for bright, technically able people to the actuarial profession. APR's Actuarial Analyst Scheme offers employees the chance to study for the CAA qualification, while enjoying the excellent training and challenging client opportunities for which APR is renowned.
Although historically most of our staff have joined APR at the outset of their actuarial career, we welcome applicants at all stages, whether they are part way through the actuarial exams or already qualified. Frequently more experienced actuarial associates join us to gain exposure to different areas of actuarial work, or as a means of experiencing more of a contract-type environment while retaining the security of permanent employment.
The majority of APR's work takes place on site at our clients' offices, which means that we have limited scope to offer longer-term internship opportunities. However, we run an annual Mini Actuarial Academy, an intensive, week-long introduction to actuarial work, the markets in which actuaries operate and some of the key techniques actuaries require.
To support our growing business we are now looking to recruit a Resourcing Manager to add to our team. The Resourcing Manager will primarily be responsible for managing relationships with our growing pool of actuarial contractors and supporting clients in finding suitable actuarial resources to meet their requirements. Follow the link for more details, a full role profile and how to apply – deadline for applications is 31 December 2017.