Employees enjoy unlimited paid time off for vacation, personal, and sick time, as long as work is done well.
Matches 50% of employee’s contribution (up to 4%).
100% company-sponsored health insurance, Health Savings Account, vision plan, and dental reimbursement.
Enjoy 12 weeks of paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child.
Onsite gym and BlueBikes Gold membership sponsorship is available for employees.
Up to $3,000.
A professional development stipend is provided for all employees to develop skills and knowledge to enhance their career.
Growth opportunities abound with the help of our tenured leaders who make themselves available for 1:1 mentoring.
We observe the holidays of the NYSE.
REsurety’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Team promotes the building of a diverse, inclusive team and provides forums for education and open discussion.
We promote and foster a strong, supportive and inclusive network for the women of REsurety. This forum allows for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and mentoring.
“We’re working on things that roll up to tangible benefits for the clean energy sector. Not only am I challenged to grow and continue to learn, but the big picture is that our work is making an impact on more lives than just my own.” “I grew up on the south shore of Boston and… Read more »
“I decided to lean back into my love for the environment and found that I could apply my expertise in meteorology to support the fight against climate change.” “I grew up in a northwest suburb of Chicago called Crystal Lake. As a child, I always had an interest in science, especially natural and physical science… Read more »
“The weather had the fun, sciency things going on, and I always had an interest in it.” “I was born and raised in the Chicago suburbs. I’m a very proud Chicagoan, always will be. Growing up I always had an interest in science in general, in various forms. I watched a lot of PBS documentaries,… Read more »
“With the work that I do, it’s a means to an end for something that’s much greater than myself and will constantly be moving in a positive direction.” “I’m from Long Island, around the North Shore area. My sister and my dad would say that I was a cute kid, and my brother would say… Read more »
“I love music and food, which relates to my love of cooking. But then when I’m able to grab some time for painting, that’s a different kind of vibe.” “I grew up around Boston on the South Shore. I would say as a kid, I loved learning and meeting new people. I was kind of… Read more »
“Where I grew up in India was a huge inspiration to me and shaped who I am today. So being able to incorporate parts of that in my music and my creative process is rewarding.” “I grew up all over the place. I was born in Pennsylvania, but I only lived there for two or… Read more »
“I remember in high school, people were often surprised that I was interested in STEM and art, but I think they’re super connected and that a lot of engineering is creative.” “I liked math and science but I also danced very seriously growing up, doing ballet, tap, and jazz. I remember in high school, people… Read more »
“I found anecdotally that a lot of meteorologists also play instruments.” “I grew up in the Boston area, and my dad was a sportswriter and my mom works in medical book publishing. So not really all that science-related. But I’ve always loved blizzards and snowstorms and thunderstorms. I still absolutely love snow. Growing up in… Read more »
“For me engineers were heroes changing the world with pencil and paper.” “Middle school science class kicked off my dream to become an engineer. I grew up listening to my dad talk about my great-uncle George Philbrick, who pioneered operational amplifiers in early computers in the 1950s. For me engineers were heroes changing the world… Read more »
“I was very science and math oriented. And my favorite time of the year was the science fair.” “The first memories I have of wanting to pursue a degree in engineering are from third grade. They gave us a huge book of career opportunities, and I was like, ‘Oh, chemical engineering sounds like a cool… Read more »
“I used to get home from school and instead of turning on cartoons, I’d watch the Weather Channel.” “I think it’s pretty typical in the meteorology community to have a weather event when you’re very young that was either very memorable, like a big snowstorm, or very scary, like a hurricane or a tornado. And… Read more »
“There really is going to be no aspect of our lives that will not be touched by climate change in the next 25-50 years. So it was important to me to find work that could somehow try to mitigate some of those impacts.” Lauren Ransohoff, of Providence, Rhode Island, trained as a mechanical engineer at… Read more »
Work with some of the best talent in the industry and build strong networks with them.
Enjoy a hybrid work model where you work in our office Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday with Wednesday and Friday being remote optional.
Our office is centrally located in downtown Boston close to all MBTA rail lines.
Lenovo or Mac laptops, standing desks and dual-monitors.
Our office offers a state of the art gym and a secure area to lock up your bike.
Enjoy coffee for breakfast? Or is an afternoon cup of tea more your style? We have you covered. Along with free snacks, breakfast every Tuesday, monthly lunch, and celebratory treats.
We share information openly, broadly, and deliberately with each other. Everyone has insight into our financials and what products we are prioritizing and why.
Enjoy bagels or quiche on Tuesday mornings.
With an open floor plan there are no doors. Team members are always available to ask questions to gain clarity on projects and initiatives. We hold regular company Q&A sessions, weekly standups, and monthly updates from departments.
Both onsite and virtual opportunities to informally get to know each other.
Warm fresh baked cookies and conversation every Monday at 4.
Want to know what time to leave to beat the rain? We have you covered with our on-site meteorologists.
Onsite and virtual opportunities to have fun and challenge each other.