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  • Assistant Vice President, Catastrophe Risk Analytics

    Job Locations US-NJ-Jersey City
    Job ID
    2018-1772
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Ceded Reinsurance
  • Overview

     

     

    Department: Ceded Re

     

    The position-holder will help manage a team for the purposes of supporting all catastrophe modeling operations for Arch Insurance Group and Arch Re Facultative by providing the analytics needed to control the exposure to natural and man-made catastrophe risk. 

    Responsibilities

    • Catastrophe Modeling: Use external model (RMS) to assess catastrophe risk for commercial property, marine, onshore & offshore energy, and workers compensation lines of business.
    • An understanding of vendor catastrophe models is needed so that calibrations can be made based upon the company's own loss experience
    • Systems Support: Work with IT infrastructure and vendors to support the installation and maintenance of the company's RMS® RiskLinkT and RiskBrowserT systems
    • Work with IT developers to enhance the underwriting process
    • Data Controls Support: Implement controls for the purpose of data completeness and accuracy
    • This includes the auditing of data records

    Qualifications

    TECHNICAL SKILLS

    • GIS, VBA, and SQL skills are advantageous
    • Strong analytical, problem solving approach
    • Clear communicator, able to structure an argument and ability to explain complex issues in a simple way
    • Strong organizational and time management skills required
    • Ability to multi-task
    • Team player interested in sharing knowledge 

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    • Bachelor degree with majors in mathematics, statistics, engineering or related fields
    • At least 7 years experience with 3rd party catastrophe modeling software, RMS is preferred
    • Management experience is preferred, but not required

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