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KPMG is currently seeking a Manager/Director to join our Advisory Services practice.
Manage healthcare payer and health insurance audits; Lead advisory projects for health industry clients
Lead, delegate to and develop staff level personnel in the execution of audit and advisory projects
Support national healthcare service lines addressing client needs, especially regarding government healthcare programs
Assist in healthcare merger and acquisition related projects including valuation, due diligence and actuarial value calculations
Provide business-results oriented analysis of technical data and perform reserve and/or other valuation-based services; Assist with project planning, development of deliverables and other technical writing exercises
Develop, monitor and manage project timelines and support budget analysis; Help shape the delivery of services to provider and payer clients
Additional Responsibilities for Director:
Lead actuarial business development efforts for primary target clients and provide leadership on identified business development efforts
Produce a defined business development credit either through independent efforts or teaming efforts with others at KPMG
Provide a leadership role on KPMG thought leadership efforts
Participate in speaking engagements at industry meetings
Minimum five years of work experience in actuarial services and certification as an Associate of the Society of Actuaries, with strong understanding of health insurance products, markets and the various constituents in the healthcare market
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university with a strong academic background in actuarial science, applied statistics, financial analysis and insurance
Financial Reporting background with short duration health experience; Audit experience and knowledge of government healthcare programs
Experience working with healthcare payers and health insurers, especially as regards large data sets, working with actuarial models to evaluate trends or contract provisions, evaluating experience periods and performing modeling or predictive modeling
Familiarity with statistical applications or other software that may be used for analytic purposes
Ability to work on multiple projects and/or with multiple supervisors and be able to prioritize work without intensive direction from supervisors, Strong technical writing skills and verbal communication skills
Travel may be up to 20-50%
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
Additional Qualifications for Director:
Minimum eight years of applicable recent work experience and certification as a fellow in the Society of Actuaries
Strong business development experience
Member of the American Academy of Actuaries of Actuaries
Colorado Salary Statement:
The salary range displayed is specifically for those potential hires who will work or reside in the state of Colorado if selected for the role. Any offered salary is determined based on internal equity, internal salary ranges, market data/ranges, applicant's skills and prior relevant experience, certain degrees and certifications (e.g. JD/technology), for example.
Colorado Salary Range: Low: $107300 - High: $217700
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