Catastrophe Risk Analyst

  • 38904
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • Florida, United States
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  • Jan 20, 2021
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Compiles and prepares monthly exposure and actuarial data from multiple sources.
  • Verifies data quality, data validity, and data completeness and recommends improvements to reduce uncertainty.
  • Assists in the calculation of both probabilistic and deterministic loss projections as needed, but not less than monthly.
  • Analyzes model generated output, including differences between multiple models and sources of uncertainty.
  • Analyzes monthly output for trends including clustering risk assessments.
  • Documents processes to ensure data integrity.
  • Prepares regular management reports, including modeling results, exposure analysis, and mapping.
  • Evaluates alternative reinsurance cessions, and retentions and model financial impact.
  • Assists in the underwriting and evaluation of certain individual risks.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s Degree required - preferably in related field of study as actuarial science, math/applied math, statistics/applied statistics or economics.
  • Experience in catastrophe modeling within an insurance setting.
  • Excellent proficiency in Excel (VBA, macros, scripts, formulas, data visualization, etc.) and Access.
  • Knowledge of other Microsoft programs a plus.
  • Must have strong planning, analytical, decision-making and communication skills.
  • Experience with statistical analysis tools and modeling
  • Experience working with and querying databases.
  • Strong willingness to learn new concepts and adapt to change.
  • Demonstrated ability to use hard data and metrics to back up assumptions.