Catastrophe Modelling Analyst (Property Treaty)

RISK · USA, East Coast (Remote), .
Department RISK
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Experienced
Compensation USD

We’re writing the future of risk.
 
Hamilton Insurance Group, Ltd. (“Hamilton”) is a Bermuda-headquartered company that underwrites specialty insurance and reinsurance risks on a global basis through its wholly-owned subsidiaries. Hamilton leverages analytics and research to create underwriting and investment value for its clients and shareholders.
 

We’re looking for a

Catastrophe Modelling Analyst (Property Treaty)


Based in the eastern and central time zones of the US, this professional will work closely with Hamilton Re’s underwriting teams in the US and Bermuda as well as the Risk and Analytics teams in London and Bermuda.


What you will do


  • Work closely with our underwriting teams to analyze catastrophe (re)insurance submissions
  • Help drive model evaluation and validation projects to shape the Hamilton view of risk
  • Work with our technology team to improve and automate catastrophe modelling, exposure analytics and portfolio rollup processes
  • Process and analyze natural catastrophe submissions using multiple catastrophe modelling software packages, including RMS, AIR and HARP, our proprietary modelling system
  • Articulate modelled results to our underwriting teams, providing pricing summaries along with detailed exposure evaluations
  • Provide data analytics and reporting as necessary to underwriting, risk and analytics teams
  • Assist with preparing reports and presentations on the company’s catastrophe exposures
  • Attend client meetings


What you require for the role


  • Knowledge and experience using AIR and RMS modelling platforms
  • Experience modelling property treaty contracts
  • Proficient with SQL, Visual Basic, Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office products
  • Enthusiasm for applying technology to solve problems and increase efficiencies
  • Highly collaborative, with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • A willingness to work outside normal working hours during peak periods


What you can expect from us


Join us, and we will ask you to Be smart, Be sensible, Be open and, above all else, Be more—strive harder, reach further, never give up. These First Principles are the intellectual and moral compass of everyone at Hamilton. They shape the way we build our team, the way we work and the way we will prosper.


We’re committed to creating an inclusive workspace where all employees thrive. We embrace all backgrounds, perspectives, experiences and talents – without discrimination. Whatever differences set you apart, whether visible or invisible, you will be welcome at Hamilton. 

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  • Location
    USA, East Coast (Remote), .
  • Department
    RISK
  • Employment Type
    Full-Time
  • Minimum Experience
    Experienced
  • Compensation
    USD