I applied through college or university - interviewed at California Department of Insurance in January 2014.
Interview Details – Well organized interview. Frist is a forty five minutes paper test that covers all the knowledge about accounting, auditing. There are questions about logical, critical thinking. Interview questions are not hard, almost all behavior questions.
This is the entry and development class for the Insurance Examiner series. Incumbents are assigned duties and responsibilities commensurate with their respective background and training. Positions are permanently allocated to this classification when a major portion of the duties performed does not include the more responsible, varied and difficult assignments found in the Insurance Examiner series.
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at California Department of Insurance in October 2010.
Interview Details – 1. Academic Performance: major fit, GPA, Writing cources
2. Extracurricular Activities and leader ship experiences
3. Commitment to Actuarial Career: Why do you want to become an actuary?
4. Actuarial Exam plans and future career development
5. Personality and Characters: attention to detail, easy going person
6. Some behaviol questions such as how do you solve conflicts in a team?
All the interviewer are senior actuaries in the actuarial office, they are smart, attentive and also easy going. Many of them were previously professors.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work here? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at California Department of Insurance in June 2011.
Interview Details – Very welcoming and pretty straightforward behavioral questions but with 5 people. It went on for about an hour and it went well.
Interview Question – What did you do in high school Answer Question
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