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-1510-7/9 some of your typical work assignments may include:
- Following established procedures, making actuarial calculations to be used, for example, in preparing cost estimates of proposed changes in retirement or medical programs.
- Deriving and applying routine actuarial formulas to obtain rates and values for various plans such as medical and retirement.
- Conducting supplementary studies of limited scope related to broad studies being conducted by higher-level professional staff.
- Assisting in actuarial studies, analyses, and computations in support of DoD military retirement, survivor, and benefit programs.
- Investigating specialized areas of actuarial science such as determination of normal costs, amortization schedules, and unfunded liabilities for military post-retirement benefits following general guidelines set by actuarial supervisors.
- Analyzing actuarial data from military benefits to assure validity, accuracy, and correctness and recommending methods of applying the data to obtain desired results.
- Assisting in the preparation of special studies involving the calculation of actuarial present values, projections of future flows of funds, or interpretations of laws affecting military fringe benefits.
- Participating in the preparation of DoD financial statements and assists Chief Actuary in liaisons with DoD Inspector General and U.S. General Accounting Office.
- The incumbent is expected to attain a knowledge of the data files and computer programs used by the actuarial staff.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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