The Risk Management Analyst position is to assist the Risk Management Lead in reserving & financial reporting, CAT modeling, reinsurance analytics, and Enterprise Risk Management. He / she will also work in close collaboration with Traditional Pricing, Predictive Analytics, Marketing, Legal, Underwriting, IT, and Finance.
Depending on the candidate’s work experience and preference, key responsibilities may include:
Conducting & automating the catastrophe modeling capabilities as regards aggregate management for Hamilton USA and in support of Hamilton Group.
Assisting in the quarterly and year-end reserving processes and development of the annual Statement of Actuarial Opinion.
Supporting reinsurance submission and analytics.
Supporting capital modeling and volatility benchmarking.
Supporting Risk Register, SOX, ORSA, Business Continuity Management, etc. for H-USA and in coordination with other Hamilton Group entities.
Key Factors for Success
Self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit and an ability to bring clear direction in the face of uncertainty / ambiguity
Excellent communication skills, especially as regards the ability to communicate technical actuarial and statistical issues in a fashion that can be readily digested and understood by others.
Collaborative, team-oriented work style
Willingness to learn in public
Highest standards of integrity and esprit de corps
Strong technical skills with an analytical background. Hands on experience with analytical tools such as statistical packages and database software will be very helpful. Programming skills are highly valued.
The ideal candidate will likely have some catastrophe modeling experience with major vendor models or reserving/financial reporting/reinsurance work experience. Capital modeling experience is highly valued as well.
Ability to personally perform the key responsibilities of the role while also being prepared to manage the work of others, to provide leadership with and to senior management, and to contribute to tactical and strategic planning efforts.
The ideal candidate will likely have 3+ years of diverse experience. Actuarial exams progress is preferred but not required.