Senior Actuarial Consultant

Join a Growing Actuarial Firm

Dixon Actuarial Services Inc. is an independent actuarial consulting firm established in 2013 and based in London, Ontario.  We focus exclusively on the valuation of non-pension post-retirement and post-employment benefit plans for public sector organizations. 

We are looking for a qualified (or near qualified) actuary with expertise in the valuation of non-pension post-retirement benefits to join our growing team.  We need someone who is highly motivated with strong actuarial skills to assist in the management of the firm’s actuarial practice.  This is a unique leadership opportunity to manage the valuation deliverables and actuarial staff for a wide range of public sector organizations and benefit arrangements and be a key contributor in the growth of our firm.  This opportunity is available as a full-time remote position. 

Qualifications and Experience:

  • University degree (e.g. majoring in actuarial science, statistics or mathematics)
  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience in the valuation of non-pension post-retirement benefits and plus if also have experience in the valuation of other non-pension post-employment benefits including continuation of benefits while on disability, accumulated sick leave, self-insured LTD income benefits, self-insured WSIB benefits and top-up income on WSIB benefits
  • Actuarial designation (ACIA, ASA, FCIA, FSA, or similar)
  • Personable, ambitious, and looking for a career path opportunity
  • Adept at meeting challenging client requirements and deadlines
  • Self-driven, organized, and able to manage multiple projects with a high degree of accuracy
  • Strong knowledge of valuation methods and actuarial techniques
  • Detail focused and driven to achieve high standards
  • Efficient use of Microsoft products including Word and Excel programming
  • Prior experience with Pro Val is a plus but not required
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to confidently and clearly communicate and present complex issues to a variety of audiences.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Reporting to Karen Dixon (President and Actuary), this role is responsible for managing the firm’s valuation deliverables and actuarial staff for a wide range of public sector clients and benefit arrangements
  • Manage the actuarial valuation workflow and process including data validation, setting assumptions, analyzing plan gains and losses, preparing and signing valuation reports
  • Communicate with clients through participation in client calls, meetings, and presentations
  • Participate in new business development opportunities within the practice and be an active contributor on actuarial committees outside of the firm
  • Develop new policies and strategies to improve processes and efficiencies
  • Mentor and train actuarial staff and perform technical review of valuation results prepared by actuarial staff
  • Participate in other ad hoc actuarial projects, as needed


If you are looking for excitement, challenges and rewards that come with being part of a growing independent actuarial firm, this may be the opportunity for you.  Reach out to Karen Dixon at with your resume on or before February 2, 2023.

We will recruit and select the most qualified candidate and thank all applicants for their interest. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

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