Catastrophe Modeller

Life is full of risks, from unexpected hurricanes to earthquakes, terrorism to cybercrime, always ending up with financial impacts. They can't be controlled but can be managed. Join Aon to help our clients manage these risks in the world of reinsurance - the most stable financial industry, highly developed in global financial centres such as Zurich, London, Bermuda or Chicago.

We want you to make a difference. Being a part of Aon means having opportunities, working in an encouraging and friendly workplace environment. We value integrity, authenticity and a can-do approach. We are brokers and consultants. At Aon, everything starts with the client! We put listening to our client's needs and understanding their goals at the heart of everything we do.


Your main tasks will include:

  • Analysing the impact of natural catastrophes on clients’ property portfolios, using internally developed Aon models as well as externally licensed catastrophe models.
  • Analysing and processing clients’ portfolio data.
  • Testing and evaluation of the third-party catastrophe models.
  • Communication both with clients and colleagues from broking team.

What are we expecting from you?

  • University degree, ideally a background in natural sciences, mathematics or statistics. The role is also suitable for fresh graduates!
  • Advanced knowledge of MS Excel, familiarity with MS Access and SQL is welcomed
  • Proficient communication skills in English
  • Ability and willingness to learn and apply new methods, find own solutions
  • Flexibility and self-motivation, positive approach to work

What we can offer:

  • Opportunity to work for a market leader in the highly attractive reinsurance industry
  • Diverse and friendly team of experienced professionals - Aon is an equal opportunity employer
  • Modern offices in the very centre of Prague or Bratislava

Contact: If interested, please send your resume to lenka.hralova@aon.cz

Please note applications are available for candidates with work permit in
Czech Republic

published: 09 September 2021     Please mention EARTHWORKS when responding to this advertisement.