[Nfbc-info] Fwd: Help Spread the Word: Executive Job Opening at Social Security

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From: "Xavier, Joe at DOR" <Joe.Xavier at dor.ca.gov>
Date: August 12, 2018 at 4:21:58 PM PDT
To: "Xavier, Joe at DOR" <Joe.Xavier at dor.ca.gov>
Subject: Help Spread the Word: Executive Job Opening at Social Security


The Social Security Administration (SSA) is looking for an executive to serve in a leadership role within its Office of the Chief Actuary (OCACT) as the Deputy Chief Actuary for Short-Range Actuarial Estimates.  The complete vacancy announcement can be found on USAJOBS at SSA-EX-504.  The Deputy Chief Actuary will report directly to the Chief Actuary in Woodlawn, MD. The vacancy is open now through September 4, 2018.

The OCACT has agency-wide responsibility for:

Actuarial estimates for SSA programs and projected changes;
Evaluating operations and estimating future operations of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund;
Conducting studies of program financing; and
Performing actuarial and demographic research on social insurance and related program issues.
The Deputy Chief Actuary has responsibility for:

Planning, directing, and coordinating the development of short-range cost estimates;
Developing special cost analyses involving technical actuarial issues;
Projecting short range operations of the Trust Funds;
Projecting expenditures under the Supplemental Security Income program;
Providing a variety of data services including data collection and statistical support; and
Advising the Chief Actuary on all matters of concern and serves as an actuarial consultant to the Commissioner of Social Security.
Candidates for the position must have professional experience at a senior level (equivalent to the GS-15 in either the General Schedule or a comparable pay plan) and provide evidence of meeting the educational requirement for the 1510 Actuarial Science Series.  Applicants must demonstrate via their resume and application their level of experience for each of the executive core qualifications that are included in the job posting, as well as address each of the mandatory technical qualifications to substantiate their technical knowledge and abilities.

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