100-Mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians
Mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians
Apply mathematical principles to solve problems in all areas of sciences, technology, social sciences, business, industry and commerce or design and apply statistical techniques for collecting and analyzing data to produce useful information from areas such as science, technology, medicine, business, finance and government.
Mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians conduct research and improve or develop mathematical, actuarial and statistical concepts, theories and operational methods and techniques and advise on or engage in their practical application in such fields as engineering, business and social and other sciences.
Job activities and tasks include:
- studying, improving and developing mathematical, actuarial and statistical theories and techniques
- advising on or applying mathematical principles, models and techniques to a wide range of tasks in the fields of engineering, natural, social or life sciences
- conducting logical analyses of management problems, especially in terms of input-output effectiveness, and formulating mathematical models of each problem usually for programming and solution by computer
- designing and putting into operation pension schemes and life, health, social and other types of insurance systems
- applying mathematics, statistics, probability and risk theory to assess potential financial impacts of future events
- planning and organizing surveys and other statistical collections, and designing questionnaires
- evaluating, processing, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data and preparing them for publication
- advising on or applying various data collection methods and statistical methods and techniques, and determining reliability of findings, especially in such fields as business or medicine as well as in other areas of natural, social or life sciences
- preparing scientific papers and reports
- supervising the work of mathematical, actuarial and statistical assistants and statistical clerks.
Comprehensive and detailed knowledge of principles, concepts and techniques in field of work, discipline and/or professional practice
May work by themselves, but they usually work in a team. The team may include peer or research specialists as well as clerical and computing staff involved in data collection and analysis.
Bachelor of Science, Mathematics or Statistics, or relevant discipline, higher qualification or equivalent.
Required Work Experience:
5 - 7 years and above
SCAD, Institute of Applied Technology, Institute of Banking Studies, Etihad Rail
Less than 5,000
Higher than the industry average
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Source Of Info:
Occupations and Careers Handbook for UAE Nationals(Copyright NQA ). Referenced from New York University, Abu Dhabhi