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Climate Risk Specialist
Gro Intelligence The Climate team works to build a suite of physical climate risk measures. The Climate Risk Specialist will be responsible for developing high-quality, market-competitive climate risk analytics.
What You’ll Do •Develop climate impact models, analytics and cost functions that can support market-pricing of climate-related physical risk of assets and portfolios world-wide. •Work closely with climate research, product and engineering teams on the selection and sourcing of hazard, exposure, vulnerability, and emission data and on the design and implementation of new risk assessment features and products •Collaborate with the business development team on client-specific projects involving sector- and site-specific climate risk analysis •Write analytical insights on topics related to climate-related risk including risk discovery and pricing
What We’re Looking For •5+ years of experience in climate risk or impact modeling research and development in academia or industry •Strong organizational, problem solving, and analytical skills •Exceptional written, oral, and presentation abilities •Proficiency with data analysis using interpreted language such as Python •Familiarity working with GIS platforms (e.g. QGIS, ArcDesktop, ArcOnline) •Comfort with working with large volumes of data •Ability to work independently against tight deadlines •Ability to work collaboratively with team members across functional roles and strong communication skills •Advanced degree (Masters or PhD) in a quantitative field
Nice to Have •Experience / Interest in “Big Data” and associated tooling •Passion for climate science, climate risk modeling, and developing climate solutions •Experience with leading ESG and climate-related disclosure frameworks such as GRI, SASB, TCFD, and CDP
Compensation The salary range for this role is expected to be $120,000-$185,000. Other compensation for the role includes equity, a generous PTO policy and health, vision & dental insurance.
Enterprise Catastrophe Actuarial – Sr Manager
Travelers The Travelers Catastrophe Risk Management Group is seeking a Manager to join our Actuarial and Analytics team. You will be joining a group of dedicated professionals charged with leading Travelers to be in a position to successfully endure catastrophic loss from natural and man-made perils.
The Actuarial and Analytics team is responsible for providing governance and perspective on decisions related to CAT peril pricing across the Enterprise. The Actuarial and Analytics team uses a variety of tools including 3rd party CAT models, loss experience, industry data, and advanced analytics techniques (including Multi-Variate Analysis). The Actuarial and Analytics team is looking for a motivated individual to help us achieve these goals within the team, including leading various projects, running workstreams (i.e., Business Plan, View of Risk by Peril, Ratemaking exercises), and providing analytical insights and recommendations to Leadership and Business partners.
Background in advanced analytics and ratemaking a plus. A background with CAT modeling would be a plus, but not required. The position requires an individual who can succeed in a collaborative, innovation-driven environment, in tune with business needs and deadlines.
Primary Responsibilities may include:
Establish and update peril views of risk Build CAT peril pricing for next gen by-peril products Create and refine business unit benchmark pricing tools incorporating multivariate GLM analyses Evaluate vendor CAT model changes and assess materiality to currently filed products Participate in other CAT advanced analytic projects Refine CAT loss experience trending methodologies to incorporate pertinent environmental factors Create Enterprise and business unit regional risk/reward analyses and pro forma profitability studies Enhance and facilitate CAT business planning across the Enterprise
CAT Risk Consultant
Travelers At Travelers, we work to ensure our customers are covered when it matters most. To provide the best coverage possible, our Enterprise Catastrophe Risk Management team assesses the risk of financial loss due to natural and manmade catastrophes and risk reward analytics. As the Consultant, Catastrophe (CAT) Risk, you will contribute within assigned team and on assigned projects, while developing your risk and insurance industry knowledge and building professional relationships across the enterprise.
Enterprise Catastrophe Strategy and Analysis team has an opening for a CAT consultant. This role will be responsible for assisting with the build of a new data repository and analytics platform. The ideal candidate would possess excellent data architecture and data management skills. This skillset includes an solid understanding of querying data in AWS Athena, MS SQL, and a mastery of MS Excel and office products to assist with data analytics. Having a solid understanding of Insurance coverages, and insurance principles is a must. The candidate must be capable of working collaboratively with our Technology partners to translate business strategies and initiatives into requirements and see the work through the lifecycle to implementation.
Primary responsibilities include: • Collaborate to provide data analysis and clear requirements to the technology team to assist with the build of the new data repository and analytics platform. • Understanding CAT modeling concepts, and CAT model inputs and outputs. • Possess basic knowledge of coverage application for both personal and commercial insurance, and understand the various financial structures and terms associated with these coverages. • Understanding and applying basic data auditing and data controls to ensure audit compliance and data accuracy. • Provide support for reinsurance placement through data analytics, working with brokers to provide exposure data, and validate CAT model results.
GIS - Associate Director
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US Flood Model Development Director
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Senior Scientist - Earthquake Vulnerability Development
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Catastrophe Insight Associate Director
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Flood Vulnerability Developer
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Senior Risk Analyst
Karen Clark & Company Responsibilities
Foster and maintain client relationships through calls, emails, and work products Identify client needs and determine how best to accomplish their goals Represent KCC at conferences, industry events, media opportunities, client interactions, and other activities Direct the efforts of project teams and ensure the timely delivery of work products Work with our business development team to provide technical support both in pre-sales and onboarding initiatives
Perform a wide range of advanced risk analyses to aid in client support and further the development of consulting and internal projects Communicate the outcome of risk analyses to clients through presentations, emails, and detailed reports Use client data and industry losses to perform model validation processes that enhance KCC’s latest catastrophe models Software Analytics
Act as technical support for clients; aid in configuring their RiskInsight® environment and troubleshooting any issues that arise in collaboration with the software and IT teams Participate in product development and testing of new releases of RiskInsight® software Qualifications
2-5 years relevant work experience in data analysis and/or consulting Bachelor’s or master’s STEM degree – data science, economics, mathematics, actuarial sciences, engineering, or physics preferred Excellent problem solving and analytical skills Experience supporting multiple clients and projects simultaneously Familiarity with using data-intensive computer models Experience with Microsoft tools – PowerPoint, Excel, Word Strong interpersonal, writing, and organizational skills Experience in property insurance or catastrophe modeling industry a plus Experience in programming languages such as SQL, Python, R, and C# a plus
Senior Analyst, Flood Model Development
Aon Impact Forecasting https://jobs.aon.com/jobs/45008?lang=en-us&previousLocale=en-US