Analyst II

  • 34638
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • New York, United States
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  • Jan 29, 2019
  • 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 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.
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
  • BA/BS in Natural Sciences, Engineering, Insurance, Economics, or Mathematics plus 0 - 3 years of reinsurance and/or insurance industry experience, ideally with relevant experience/exposure in cat modeling.
  • Strong computer skills for using Microsoft Office.
  • Good interpersonal skills for establishing and maintaining client and internal relationships.
  • Excellent verbal and writing skills for complex communications with clients, markets and colleagues at many levels.
  • Ability to prioritize significant workload according to volume, urgency, etc.
  • Ability to maintain compliance with professional standards, where applicable, as well as company-wide quality initiatives.
  • SQL, Python, and/or R coding experience is desirable.
  • Exposure to technical expertise in AIR, RMS, and/or EQE vendor cat models, reinsurance terms and conditions, and data management including statistical plans and policy or exposure data warehousing; with risk management and property underwriting expertise is desirable.