Head of Renewable Energy Property Insurance - Remote
San Francisco, CA
Feb 23, 2021
What you can look forward to:
Working closely with the CEO and COO of a fast-growing insurtech to build a new product line
Owning your work, from strategic inception to successful execution, in a low-bureaucracy environment
Cross-functional interactions with senior management, business development, and data scientists
Collaborating with a team of experienced solar veterans committed to helping you succeed
Solving a critical bottleneck that is holding back the adoption of renewable energy
What you likely need to do the job well:
Critical thinker: You can quickly synthesize large volumes of (often conflicting) information, and develop a thesis. You can clearly articulate your proposal with supporting data.
Operational Capability: We are a startup and need people who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and are biased towards action.
Self-starter: You can independently lead and manage projects. You know when to ask for help, but also trust your analytical frameworks.
Insurance experience: You’re familiar with the ins and outs of insurance, having worked at an insurer, reinsurer, broker, MGA, or a similar company. You’re unfazed by terms like “retrocession” and “binder.” Property & Casualty, renewable energy, or natural catastrophe experience a plus.
Infrastructure experience: You are conversant in the dynamics of energy, power, real estate, natcat, or infrastructure. Renewable energy industry expertise a plus.
A thinker and a doer: You can hold multiple stakeholders’ perspectives in your head, devise a solution, and then rapidly build consensus around that solution.
About kWh Analytics
kWh Analytics is the market leader for solar risk management. We invented the Solar Revenue Put to help solar investors to reduce their biggest cost: the cost of capital. The credit enhancement has been valued by the leading project finance banks (such as MUFG and Nomura) and implemented by top investors (such as AES and Ares) on $500MM+ of solar projects. We wrote the book to define risk management