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Senior Programmer Analyst

Company Name:
American International Group
This position is within AIGPC Finance IT.and dedicated 100% to the Actuarial function. The systems staff supports Property and Casualty Actuarial applications. These are primarily monthly and quarterly cyclical reporting systems for reserve analysis, rate monitoring, and profitability analysis. Additionally, we respond to ad hoc requests which can originate from Actuaries or come to Actuarial from AIG, and AIGPC Management, AIG GAVM Profit Centers, Claims, or other departments.
You will work directly with Actuaries and have responsibility and ownership of current systems, provide full project life cycle on new system builds ,and convert legacy systems to meet today's standards. You will perform hands on coding and systems analysis. You will provide solutions for process improvements on large complex legacy systems working in a technical environment using a variety of languages, data bases, and platforms, with mainframe COBOL as primary. You are required to reconcile all end results and maintain Sox and complete audit trail documents as specified for each project. You will also be a point of contact to external departments representing Actuarial Systems by attending meetings, and responding to inquiries verbally and written. Technical Skills:
Proven developer skills in both working from an original ground up specification and ability to read and understand legacy systems for rewrites and modifications.
Strong skills in a Structured Programming Language (COBOL, JCL preferred)
Strong Math or Computer Science background
DB2, FOCUS, VSAM, SAS, COGNOS, , Endevor, Infopac, Access Database skills a plus
Strong analytical, troubleshooting and problem solving skills
Experience in researching data integrity and quality assurance issues
Strong written and verbal communication skills - A MUST
Ability to independently coalesce information into systems solutions
Practical experience with project life cycle and development standards
3+ years of work experience on Property & Casualty systems preferred
Personal Requirements:
Proven skills : attention to detail, accuracy, data reconciliation (MSExcel/spreadsheet skills a must)
Self motivated individual with the ability to contribute to a high performing group by taking initiative and strives to achieve.
Effective time management and organization skills, proven under pressure and tight deadlines
Adaptable and ability to learn quickly, requiring minimal supervision.
Ability to communicate information clearly and concisely both verbal and written.
Process oriented American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading international insurance organization serving customers in more than 130 countries and jurisdictions. AIG companies serve commercial, institutional, and individual customers through one of the most extensive worldwide property-casualty networks of any insurer. In addition, AIG companies are leading providers of life insurance and retirement services in the United States.
AIG Property Casualty is a global market leader, one of the few truly global property casualty franchises.
AIG Life and Retirement is one of the largest life insurance organizations in the U.S., and provides protection, investment and income solutions needed for financial and retirement security.
United Guaranty Corporation is the marketplace leader in mortgage insurance in the U.S.
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Job ID #: 102984
Employment Type: Full Time - Permanent
Location(s): NJ-Berkeley Heights
Education Preferred: Bachelors Degree (or equivalent)
Business Unit: AIG Property Casualty
Relocation Provided: No
Functional Area: Information Technology
Travel Percentage: 0%

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