Aetna Assistant Actuary in Hartford, Connecticut
Req ID: 60050BR
Join a high-performing actuarial team supporting CVS Health and Aetna's government services pharmacy business.
This role supports the Medicare Part D business (MAPD and PDP, Individual and EGWP) by applying quantitative skills and analytical methods. Take full ownership of assigned projects, effectively communicate within and across teams, act as project team lead and subject matter expert. Demonstrate understanding of complex actuarial functions and industry related issues. Influence, recommend and implement actuarial policy and processes. Leverage technical skills and critical thinking to achieve business solutions. Areas of focus may include support of pricing, forecasting, bid/quote processes, formulary/clinical, network and model development.
Fundamental Components included but are not limited to:
Exciting opportunity with high visibility and upward
potential for the right candidate. Aetna is rapidly expanding their
Medicare Part D business and needs experience talent to help manage this
growing block. We are interested in candidates with pharmacy actuarial
experience. Open to candidates with PBM and/or managed care backgrounds. Responsibilities
include a subset of the following: Formulary Development, Pharmacy Network
Strategy, Pharmacy Utilization Management, Medicare Part D Bid Submission, and
Monthly and Quarterly Forecasting and Variance Analysis.
Qualifications Requirements and Preferences:
Bachelor's degree along with a minimum of 5+ years relevant experience
Minimum of ASA (FSA desired)
Previous experience w/pharmacy specific actuarial backgrounds, either from a PBM or managed care organizations
Medicare Part D experience ideal
Strong technical skills; Excel & SAS
Benefit eligibility may vary by position. Click here to review the benefits associated with this position.
Job Function: Actuarial
Aetna is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veterans status.