Catastrophe Modeler

  • 34294
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • Florida, United States
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  • Sep 25, 2018
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  • Spanish
  • Assists in basic quantitative analysis projects under the guidance of senior project team members in order to calculate risk exposure and potential loss that may occur due to natural and man-made catastrophes.
  • Gathers, organizes and reviews raw exposure data from the client for accuracy and validity, and to identify abnormalities.
  • Performs basic analyses using existing catastrophe risk models to extract data sets that can be used to calculate the client’s risk exposure.
  • Assists senior project team members in preparing and formatting summaries, presentations and reports in order to summarize potential risk and loss results for the client.
  • Researches and summarizes industry publications and scientific papers of specific or regional perils in order to provide additional sources of information used for analyses and client reports.
  • Collects, validates and analyzes catastrophe exposure and hazard data from clients to forecast losses using both commercial catastrophe models as well as scientific judgement and methods developed internally, and make appropriate recommendations.
  • Gathers, understands and interprets scientific, meteorological and/or earthquake related data to test catastrophic models. Work closely with our cat risk studio team.
  • Analyzes and interprets changes in exposure and the associated impact of catastrophe model results for clients using CAT modeling tools.
  • Prepares, edits, and delivers client deliverables to present the results of catastrophe modeling analyses.
  • Monitors and analyzes organization product lines and industry conditions to identify significant considerations that insurers should address in designing reinsurance programs.
  • Collects data of interest to property underwriting and incorporates that data into spatial visualizations in client facing tools as well as implements that data into individual account underwriting and profitability analytics.
  • Assists clients in responding to rating agency and regulatory requests for information.
  • Acts as partner to clients for understanding, quantifying, visualizing and managing risk.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in data science, computer science or related quantitative field such as applied mathematics, statistics, engineering or operations research.
  • Fluent in Spanish - written and oral required.
  • Scientific background in meteorology and/or earthquake preferred.
  • Proactive mindset; a desire and ability to lead internal initiatives and research projects to completion.
  • Prior experience in relevant insurance / reinsurance field performing analytic analysis or experience in building model/software product for financial/insurance business preferred.
  • Prefer 2 to 3 years of experience in a technical related role at a reinsurance broker, sophisticated re/insurer or may have gained experience at a leading catastrophe model software vendor.
  • An understanding of the reinsurance industry and product lines preferred.
  • Technical expertise working with AIR and RMS catastrophe models preferred.
  • Superior data management skills. This individual must have the ability to manipulate, interpret, and extrapolate complex data.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills. An ability to translate complex technical analysis and concepts into easily understandable terms for brokers and clients.
  • Superior analytical, problem-solving skills, and attention to detail.
  • A collaborative, team-oriented individual.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.