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Investment, Risk and Reinsurance
Our sophisticated approach to risk helps clients free up capital. We work in close concert with investors, reinsurers, and insurers to manage the equation between risk and return. Blending advanced analytics with deep institutional knowledge, we reveal new opportunities to maximize performance.
As a growing, entrepreneurial company in a niche industry, Willis Re offers true career opportunity to qualified applicants, and we are currently recruiting exceptional individuals for Catastrophe Modeling Specialist positions in several of our offices. These positions will be responsible for manipulating large databases of insurance data, running natural disaster computer simulation models, analyzing loss estimates, and presenting the results to internal and external clients via reports, exhibits, maps, graphs, and formal presentations. A strong aptitude for analysis, database management and programming skills, especially SQL, are preferred.
Our team-oriented culture will promote your development, enabling you to gain a balanced skill set, including acumen in analysis, negotiations, and sales. As a new Associate, you will benefit from a tailored training program facilitated by our industry-leading Willis Re Academy. This program encompasses formal internal technical instruction, trade association programs, as well as mentoring from senior personnel. This program supplements the on-the job experience and oversight that you will receive on a day-to-day basis working closely with our experienced professionals in managing the needs of our clients and reinsurers.
As you gain experience and demonstrate your capabilities, we provide you with increased client interaction and more responsibility. Continued strong performance creates substantial opportunity within our firm, such as management of client accounts and the international business relationships that support them.
Bachelor's Degree from a Four-Year College or University Concentration in fields such as Mathematics, Finance, Sciences, Engineering, Economics, Business, etc. with a minimum GPA of 3.0
Actuarial Exam(s), GIS, and familiarity with data manipulation software such as SQL and Microsoft Office products a Plus
Computer Programming skills a Plus
Diverse, well-rounded background
Ability to Apply Basic Mathematical Concepts - (Higher Quantitative Skills a Plus)
Excellent Work Ethic and Organizational Skills
Strong Interpersonal Skills and Team Orientation
Innovative Thinker and Creative Problem Solver
Highly Motivated and Takes Initiative
Solid Written and Verbal Communication Skills (Proven Public Speaking and Presentation Skills a Plus)
Proficient with Information Technology, particularly Microsoft Office Products
Authorized to work in the country to which you are applying on a permanent full-time basis
Willis Towers Watson