We are excited to announce that we will be attending both the GIS Leadership Symposium on Aug 11th -12th and the Annual International Conference on September 29th - October 1st! Swing by our booth to say hi!
Verisk is looking for actuarial talent to join the ISO Analytic Products team.
This unit produces analytical pricing information driven by predictive modeling, including the Risk Analyzer suite of products. Insurers throughout the industry leverage our insights for a sophisticated approach to rating and underwriting.
You will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing the Risk Analyzer rating products for commercial lines. You will also perform analyses on client books of business to quantify and communicate the actuarial/business value of our rating enhancements. The role provides the opportunity to work with modern pricing models and advance our capabilities in this space.
Maintain high-performing rating products
Perform analyses on insurer portfolios and concisely communicate the demonstrated value of the pricing enhancements
Contextualize Risk Analyzer models for use within existing ISO rating plans
Ensure that our GLMs and machine learning models reflect the best available information across many data sources
Lead efficient update cycles for accurate and timely product releases that reflect the latest predictor data, trends, and rate levels
Collaborate with the data and modeling teams to develop useful models that you will then 'productize' into insurer-focused rating products
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in quantitative discipline such as statistics, actuarial science, math, economics, etc.
3+ years of P&C insurance experience is required. Familiarity with insurer pricing approaches or ISO loss costs and manuals is a plus
Near ACAS or FCAS candidates are preferred
Must be adaptable to programming languages (e.g., R, Python, SAS, SQL) and have strong Excel skills
Should be generally familiar statistical modeling techniques such as linear regression, GLMs, tree models, cluster analysis, and model validation
A good candidate will be proactive and customer focused. The role will utilize communication and collaboration skills, and the candidate should aspire to be a natural presenter of information for internal and external audiences.
You will be part of a culture that embraces learning and innovation, values teamwork, recognizes and rewards achievements and excellence, and provides personal and professional enrichment opportunities.
With a history of impressive growth, an innovative culture, and industry-leading solutions, Verisk is an exciting and dynamic place to work where you can make a difference and discover opportunity. As a testament to our outstanding workplace culture, we received the Great Place to Work® for the fifth year in a row.
When you join our growing company, you’ll be part of an organization that’s creating new products and services for our customers and developing engaging experiences for our employees. Every year, we sponsor Verisk Volunteer Week, which provides an outstanding way to encourage teamwork and promote workplace volunteerism and employee engagement. Our employees can also join and form new and inspiring Employee Networks, which are groups formed by employees to help support diversity-related programs and events and promote an inclusive community at Verisk.
Our 9,000 employees around the world include actuaries, chemists, commercial bankers, data scientists, engineers, insurance analysts, natural resources specialists, physicist, predictive modeling experts, and supply chain analysts.
We offer many exciting opportunities in a variety of career paths, including:
· da...ta science and analytics
· risk and compliance
· information technology
· sales and marketing
· finance, law, and human resources
The most important qualifications for a career with Verisk are your own values: a commitment to excellence and professional growth, personal integrity, enthusiasm for hard work, and a desire to contribute to a winning team.