The DoD Office of the Actuary provides actuarial expertise on all matters relating to military compensation and benefits.Learn more about this agency
As a ACTUARY at the GS-1510-15 some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Providing expert advice and assistance to the DoD Chief Actuary in support of the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness) on all actuarial matters bearing on current, proposed, or alternative DoD military personnel benefit programs, to include the military retiree health benefits and program costs.
- Conducting actuarial analysis and research in a number of highly significant areas including: the cost of current or proposed military benefit plans; the areas of current and alternative post-retirement health care for military members, dependents, and survivors.
- Serving as a principal advisor to the Chief Actuary on actuarial science as well as assisting in personnel hiring decisions, including recruiting.
- Reviewing and evaluating literature and legislative proposals, from an actuarial point of view, to modify the present military retirement health care system.
- Working closely with attorneys in drafting proposed legislative changes to insure proper interpretation and implementation of their actuarial recommendations.
- Working closely with the regulation writers on the implementation of proposals that are enacted into law.
- Preparing reports, briefings, conference presentation, etc., of analyses and research completed for professional journals as well as in laymen terms.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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