Senior Associate

  • 39391
  • Non-Life - CAT Modeling
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  • Washington, United States
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  • Mar 3, 2021
  • Analyze client exposure value data and assess fitness for use for catastrophe modeling
  • Use commercial catastrophe modeling software to measure physical and economic loss from catastrophes for clients and prospects
  • Interpret and explain model physical, financial, and economic outputs to colleagues/brokers/clients/prospects/reinsurers
  • Present modeled output in various forms to colleagues/brokers/clients/prospects/reinsurers
  • Work closely with all stake holders on all aspects of the reinsurance financial placement process
  • Work with teams in a prospecting capacity to develop meaningful content targeting the needs of clients
  • Participate in creative problem solving of complex issues that face clients and prospective clients
  • Identify opportunities and potential solutions for increased efficiency within the analyst workflow
  • Train, groom and mentor junior staff
  • Bachelor’s degree from a credited four-year college or university - Concentration in fields such as mathematics, economic, and finance: Advanced degree a plus
  • Minimum of 5 years catastrophe modeling experience
  • Proven communication skills, coupled with an exceptional eye for detail
  • Ability to work in an unstructured environment
  • Ability to apply advanced mathematical, economical, and statistical concepts
  • Ability to process and understand data quickly and creatively
  • Ability to understand model input data and explain outputs
  • Skills in MS Excel, SQL Server and detailed commercial catastrophe models (RMS/AIR/EQE). Proven use of the model(s) is required.
  • Experience in using GIS Software
  • Ability to understand economic business context and regulatory context of catastrophe modeling
  • Proficient understanding of (re)insurance financial terms