Associate Insurance Rate Analyst
Under the direction of the Bureau Chief or senior staff of the Rate Specialist Bureau, the Associate Insurance Rate Analyst (AIRA) works with more complex data from large databases or financial reports, conducts data analysis and compiles data to generate rate component determination (RCD) generic factors, and prepares other mandated reports. Reviews and analyzes the more complex rate filings containing rates, rating plans, ratings systems, manual rules and policy forms for property casualty lines of business. The analyst communicates with insurers to conduct data calls and prepares summary reports and provides consultation to other departmental staff on technical issues. The analyst performs individual or group projects as assigned by the Bureau Chief and performs other duties as required.
IMPORTANT EXAMINATION INFORMATION:
PLEASE NOTE: Submitting your application for this job control, does not automatically grant you eligibility status. You MUST take and pass the ASSOCIATE INSURANCE RATE ANALYST examination to be eligible for appointment to this classification. To take the examination, please click the link provided below to access the examination bulletin. Please read the entire examination bulletin for detailed information and examination instructions.
List Eligibilty is required to be considered for the Associate Insurance Rate Analyst vacancy position.
- Apply for this vacancy using your CalCareer account.
- Obtain list eligibility by taking the Associate Insurance Rate Analyst examination, please read the examination information bulletin link https://www.jobs.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/6IN98.PDF and refer to the "Filing Instruction" section of the bulletin for information and instructions on how to apply to the examination. A separate State Employment Application (STD 678) will need to be mailed/emailed to the address listed on the bulletin.
Please contact our Classifications & Examinations Unit at CDIJobInquiries@insurance.ca.gov with any questions regarding the minimum qualifications, applying for the examination, being scheduled for the examination, reasonable accommodations, the examination components, scoring, etc.