Assistant Vice President, Risk Analytics

Beecher Carlson Holdings, Inc.

Atlanta, GA

Job Category: Operations

Division: Retail

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Job Summary

Beecher Carlson is a large account risk management broker that delivers expertise by industry focus and product specialization. We strive to develop new and better technologies to support your business requirements and drive operational excellence. By leveraging our deep risk management expertise, we are able to help clients manage their business risks, protect and enhance their capital and fulfill their corporate mission. Insurance Business America named Beecher Carlson as a Top Insurance Workplace for 2018. Find out more about our team and expertise here: https://www.beechercarlson.com

Beecher Carlson is a subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc. Brown & Brown is headquartered in Daytona Beach, FL and is one of the nation’s leading independent insurance intermediaries with 10,000 employees and 200+ profit center locations in 38 states, London (UK), and Bermuda. Brown & Brown is ranked as the sixth largest insurance brokerage in the United States and the seventh largest brokerage worldwide by Business Insurance magazine. We are an equal opportunity employer.

We have an immediate opening for an Assistant Vice President, Risk Analytics with the National Risk Optimization Practice located in Atlanta, GA. The Assistant Vice President, Risk Analytics will help us to drive continuous innovation in the way that risk modeling is leveraged in the large account brokerage arena, and will aid in the delivery of actionable decision support content to our existing and prospective clients.

Essential Duties:

    • Perform data management and risk modeling tasks in an efficient and error-free manner
    • Provide thought leadership in the development of innovative financial risk models
    • Participate in and lead quantitative R&D projects related to a wide variety of hazards including: casualty, executive liability, cyber, weather, and natural catastrophes
    • Maintain working relationships with our key third-party analytics vendors (CAT modeling firms, data feed providers, etc.)
    • Work with risk managers and treasurers at our Fortune 1000 clients to develop cutting edge decision support solutions which facilitate the construction of optimal risk financing programs
    • Assist in the design and development of proprietary IT systems to improve the quality, and streamline the delivery, of analytical content provided to our brokerage teams
    • Develop and deliver clearly formulated communications explaining key business findings from the review of analytical and actuarial model outputs
    • Some client travel required (<20%) • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

• Significant data analysis and computational experience required
• A graduate degree in a quantitative field preferred (e.g., actuarial science, statistics, financial engineering)
• Ability to meet team needs in a timely and professional manner
• Highly Proficient in MS Office with strong Excel skills- VBA skills a strong plus
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to use discretion and understand confidentiality issues
• Experience programming in R, SAS, or SQL is a requirement
• Must have strong analytic and quantitative reasoning and enjoy problem solving
• Must be self-motivated and looking to thrive in a highly entrepreneurial environment
• CAS or SOA exam progress is a strong plus

Salary Range

Negotiable

Contact

Raven James - Human Resources Generalist at [email protected]

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We take pride in the diversity of our team and seek diversity in our applicants.