Associate I - Catastrophe Advisory/R&D

Manages basic to moderately complex quantitative analysis projects (with input from senior project team members) in modeling/mapping client exposure and response to natural hazards, creating/ evaluating client-facing catastrophe models, and analyzing client catastrophe event responses in order to deliver natural peril expertise to colleagues and clients.

Gathers raw exposure data from the client and from natural hazard and geoscience data sources for use in analyses and organizes data subsets and attributes for use in performing basic to moderately complex analyses.

Performs basic to moderately complex analyses and develops increasingly sophisticated Arc GIS maps (e.g. spatial joins, geoprocessing tools, raster data) and models by processing and migrating data among Text, Dbase, Access, and SQL, and by developing or leveraging scripted code in R, Python, or SQL, in order to quantify risk and assist clients in portfolio management.

Prepares summaries, presentations and reports for basic or moderately complex client projects, with guidance from senior project team members, in order to communicate findings to internal and external clients.

Researches and summarizes industry and scientific data of specific or regional perils in order to use additional sources of information in basic to moderately complex analyses and client reports.

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