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Catastrophe Risk Modeler

Tokio Marine HCC
Johns Creek, Georgia, US
Closing date
May 28, 2023

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Academic / Research
Informatics / GIS
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Position at Tokio Marine HCC

Tokio Marine HCC is a leading specialty insurance group with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe, transacting business in approximately 180 countries and underwriting more than 100 classes of specialty insurance. Tokio Marine HCC products and capabilities set the standard for the industry, and many of the Company's 4,000 + employees are industry-leading experts.

As a Catastrophe Risk Modeler, you will utilize your technical expertise in catastrophe risk modeling joining a bright team of experts in risk modeling, analytics, research and development. This position will be located in Metro Atlanta area (Duluth, GA).

Performance Objectives:
• Nat Cat Center of Excellence: Support Tokio Marine Group Nat Cat Center of Excellence proactively sharing expertise and research with the broader Tokio Marine Group Companies to foster risk culture, market intelligence, training, collaboration, data and ad-hoc requests.

• Catastrophe Model Development: Apply expertise in catastrophe risk modeling research and development for earthquake, flood, atmospheric and other peril models. Develop internal models and support solution development for Tokio Marine Holdings and Tokio Marine Group Companies' initiatives.

• Catastrophe Model Validation: Research and develop benchmarks to evaluate model performance overall and for detailed model components - hazard and vulnerability - and loss validations to support model development and validation of vendor models.

• Support Tokio Marine Holdings ERM: Support Tokio Marine Holdings ERM to define and review standard capital modeling assumptions, custom views of risk, and estimate PMLs for under-modeled region-perils. Support Tokio Marine Group enterprise exposure management and other risk analytics functions to define peril assumptions, support event response live event forecasting and post-event impact analysis. Apply expertise to support climate change research and impact assessment of physical risks.

• Bachelor's degree (Masters or Ph.D preferred) in Geophysics, Atmospheric Science, Engineering (Structural, Earthquake, Wind or Hydraulic), similar field or equivalent work experience.

• Relevant and progressive professional experience in Catastrophe Modeling exhibiting educational training in area of expertise and aptitude to adapt to other expertise.

• Strong technical skills in programming (Python or related), GIS, Excel, SQL.

• General knowledge of P&C (re)insurance industry and application of catastrophe modeling for risk management and underwriting use cases.

• Ability to produce accurate, clear, professional, and detailed results via reports, exhibits and presentations.

• Must be an exceptional communicator to present results to stakeholders and non-technical audiences with ability to make connections externally and internally.


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