If you are a highly engaged and motivated person with skills that cover our key requirements we are looking forward to receiving your application online. We can offer you a modern working environment easy to reach by public transport in Wallisellen.
At least 3-5 years of work experience in a quantitative role, either within consulting, investments, risk management, actuarial or related function
University degree on Master level, PhD or MBA
Deep understanding and market knowledge of either life insurance, investments or preferably both
Strong technical skills including knowledge of capital models (SST, SII), liability or asset valuation, and proficiency in at least one programming language (ideally R and SQL)
Capability to understand and communicate complex regulatory topics in German
Desire and ambition to continuously challenge and improve existing structures, strong can-do attitude, ambitious and outgoing personality with leadership capabilities
Experience in interaction with senior management and ability to navigate effectively within a matrix organisation
Strong collaboration and communication skills (fluency in German & English), ability to quickly develop and foster relationships
Continuous enhancement and steering of the portfolio and SAA under consideration of the Swiss Solvency Test (SST), Solvency II (SII), return ambitions, and regulatory constraints
Close collaboration with the risk management, actuarial teams, and various Group functions
Drive innovation and take on responsibility for projects with respect to operational issues, data management, and new investments
Follow and communicate the development of relevant regulatory requirements and take action as needed to ensure full compliance
This position has a leading role for all topics related to Asset Liability Management (ALM) and innovation within the investment management department of AZ Suisse. The position encompasses a wide variety of tasks including Strategic Asset Allocation and risk based steering but also change management in close collaboration with Group functions and other departments.