|From||"Silk, James" <James.Silk@WillisTowersWatson.com>|
|Date||Tue, 28 Jan 2020 08:15:34 +0000|
We are recruiting for an open graduate catastrophe risk analyst position at our Willis Re office in Ipswich. To apply please see here: https://careers.willistowerswatson.com/job/10536242/catastrophe-risk-analyst-ipswich-ipswich-gb/
Catastrophe Risk Analyst – Ipswich
As one of the world’s leading risk advisors, we help ensure our clients have the right protection in place so when the unexpected happens it is not catastrophic for their business. We think of ourselves as enabling resilience in an uncertain world. We look at the world of risk from different perspectives, working with our clients at each stage of the risk identification, risk mitigation and risk transfer process. We make sure they have the capacity to react to extreme events and respond in a prepared, disciplined and organized fashion.
Modelling natural catastrophe exposure is an exciting and continually expanding area of our business. This opening would suit someone looking for a career within this challenging and ever evolving area. Working as an analyst within the Catastrophe Analytics team of EMEA West-South (Europe Middle East and Africa, which includes the territories UK, France, Belgium, Southern Europe, and Middle East and Africa), you will work very closely with brokers to analyse the risk to our clients’ business from all aspects of natural perils and catastrophes across this region. Whilst there will be a focus on MEA, the role is expected to support across the EMEA W/S team where needed:
At least a bachelor’s degree in an analytical subject; such as engineering, mathematics, economics, science or natural perils. Higher academic qualifications advantageous.
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