Associate Model Analysts hired into the Model Specialist team are responsible for supporting both RMS clients and colleagues across the globe in their successful usage and understanding of the full suite of RMS catastrophe models and associated data products.
This support includes :
Associate Model Analysts will be required to communicate with RMS clients over the telephone, via email, and by providing in-person presentations.
In addition, the role requires collaboration across a wide range of RMS teams to ensure the success of internal model-related projects and initiatives.
Applicants must be able to understand scientific topics, work well in a highly collaborative team as well as independently, and communicate effectively both with clients and with colleagues.
The multi-year learning curve comprises classroom training and frequent interactions with different teams and functions within the company.
The development path continues with the experience gained through ongoing and multi-faceted client support work and internal projects.
Once an Associate Model Analyst has mastered the domain knowledge of RMS products and services, they will have the opportunity to further specialize as a member of any part of the RMS organization according to their skills and interests.
Required Qualifications and Skills :
Possess a BS / MS / PhD or equivalent degree in one of the following disciplines or a related field :
Ability to demonstrate :
Desired skills :
There’s a 1% chance an earthquake will cause $50 billion of insured loss within the next 12 months and a 5% chance that a hurricane will cause $60 billion of insured losses next year.
At RMS, we turn risks into real numbers. How? By building simulation models that allow insurers and investors to understand and manage their global risks from hurricanes, quakes, and wildfires, to cyberattacks, terror attacks, and pandemics.
Why? We want to build a more resilient world, and we’re on a mission to help make every risk known.
Insurers, reinsurers, investors, financial institutions, governments, and NGOs trust RMS solutions to better understand and manage catastrophe risks.
RMS was founded in 1989 by Stanford scientists who created our first model for California Earthquake. Today, RMS has some 1,300 employees across 13 offices in the US, London, Bermuda, Zurich, India, China, Japan, Singapore, and Australia, and over 1,000 products and models now covering six continents.
RMS helped pioneer the natural catastrophe model market we now lead and we continue to innovate. In May 2019, we announced , an open-standard platform for strategic risk management.
Through this purpose-built platform, clients can tap into RMS HD models, rich data layers, intuitive applications and APIs that simply integrate into existing enterprise systems to support business decisions across underwriting, risk selection, mitigation, and portfolio management.
How we understand and manage risk affects everyone and our passion is nothing less than creating a more resilient world through a better understanding of catastrophic events.
Join our team of leading scientists, developers, industry experts, and world-class professionals. Together, RMSers make a difference on a truly global scale.
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