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Karen Clark & Company (KCC) is the innovation and technology leader in weather, climate, and catastrophe risk modeling. KCC professionals are globally recognized experts in catastrophe modeling and risk management. From our headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts, we provide advanced models, innovative software, and comprehensive consulting services to enhance risk management strategies and climate resiliency. KCC modeling technology currently covers tropical cyclones, extratropical cyclones, severe convective storms, floods, earthquakes, winter storms, and wildfires in over 80 countries.

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Model Development

At KCC Model Developers not only work on the KCC Reference Models, they also interact with our clients to help them build their own bespoke models. This means you get immediate exposure to the business world while advancing the science in the technical areas you love.

Software Development

We are seeking smart, technically savvy, highly-motivated and well organized professionals to respond to the evolving needs and growing demand for our RiskInsight application. If you have the skills and drive to work in an entrepreneurial environment, join our development team and work with other thought leaders to redefine how a global industry manages catastrophic risk.