Risk analysis firm RMS gives job candidates top-notch treatment


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Risk analysis firm RMS gives job candidates top-notch treatment

Superstorm Sandy slammed into the northeastern United States in 2012 leaving a trail of damage as rain and powerful winds flooded cities, cut electric power to millions of people and destroyed populated coastlines.

The hurricane caused an insured loss of about $25 billion out of the total $65 billion in losses worldwide, according to the world’s biggest reinsurer Munich Re. Overall, losses from natural catastrophes reached $160 billion in 2012, the firm reported.

With the stakes so high for financial institutions trying to mitigate the cost of disasters, award winning global risk analysis firm RMS knows the importance of hiring first-class employees.

The company builds simulation models to quantify the risks of unexpected catastrophic events such as earthquakes, hurricanes, terrorism and infectious diseases.

“RMS was founded to solve problems no one thought could be solved,” said chief executive Hemant Shah. “Today, the problems are exponentially more complex.”

The company puts a premium on treating its job candidates exceptionally well - a trait that was recognised with a UK CandEs Award in February.

“We’ve built a robust recruitment process with the candidate experience in mind delivered by a team of recruitment professionals who go above and beyond the call of duty - a team of true brand advocates,” said Bethan Davies, RMS international talent acquisition manager.

RMS is currently advertising to hire an Account Manager with a science, mathematics or engineering degree to fill an account manager role in its London office. 

In 2014, the company plans to release RMS(one), a new risk management platform.

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