Catastrophe Modeling Analyst

  • 35633
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • Texas, United States
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  • 5 days ago
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Develop, enhance and support implementation of statistical and other quantitative models to support forecasting, member behavior based scoring and other business applications.
  • Understand technical issues in econometric and statistical modeling and apply these skills toward solving business problems.
  • Proficient in the model development process and builds relationships with the business customer: from conceptualization through data exploration, model selection and validation, implementation, business user training and support.
  • Understands the model lifecycle management process with ability to apply to models.
  • Monitor statistical model performance and provide technical guidance to business leadership.
  • Communicate technical subject matter clearly and concisely to individuals from various backgrounds.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor's degree in Statistics, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences or related field.
  • 4 additional years of related experience beyond the minimum required may be substituted in lieu of a degree. OR
  • A Master's Degree in Statistics, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences or related field. OR
  • A PhD in Statistics, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences or related field.
  • Proficient knowledge of data analysis tools and industry data sources.
  • Proficient knowledge in developing analysis queries and procedures in SQL, SAS, BI tools or other analysis software.
  • Proficient knowledge in 2 or more statistical techniques.
  • Successful completion of a job-related assessment may be required.
  • Develop, enhance and support implementation of statistical and other quantitative models to support forecasting, member behavior based scoring and other business applications.
  • Understand technical issues in econometric and statistical modeling and apply these skills toward solving business problems.
  • Proficient in the model development process and builds relationships with the business customer: from conceptualization through data exploration, model selection and validation, implementation, business user training and support.
  • Understands the model lifecycle management process with ability to apply to models.
  • Monitor statistical model performance and provide technical guidance to business leadership.
  • Communicate technical subject matter clearly and concisely to individuals from various backgrounds
  • Preferred:
  • 4+ years prior experience using catastrophe modeling software, such as RMS, KCC or AIR.
  • RMS Certified Catastrophe Risk Analyst and/or AIR Certified Extreme Event Modeler certifications are highly preferred.
  • Advanced degree in one of the following areas is preferred: Atmospheric Science, Meteorology, Climatology, Environmental Science, Physics, Geosciences, Statistics, or other related field
  • The ideal candidate will exhibit strong learning agility, creativity, initiative and strong communication skills.
  • Prior programming experience or predictive modeling experience is a benefit.