Credit Risk Analyst (FTC)
Salary £27,000 - £37,280 per annum
Consultant Kayte Short
Date posted 10 October 2018UK Robert Walters United Kingdom
An excellent opportunity is available with a most respected financial services business based in Gloucester who require a Credit Risk Analyst on a fixed term contract basis initially.
You will join the portfolio management team and the role will involve you manipulating and interrogating large data sets to provide analyses and insight into the portfolio. You will work closely with the Credit Risk Manager in reviewing, developing and monitoring Credit Risk strategies and policies for existing customers.
- Responsible for providing high-quality analysis and insight into the credit risk profile and performance of the portfolio
- Assisting Manager to develop and evolve credit risk strategies
- Producing periodic management information in a timely and accurate manner
- Taking a lead in briefings for team members/stakeholders on progress of work, sharing insights, successes and opportunities
- Act as a point of reference on all data aspects of credit risk
- Mentoring of junior analysts, assisting in their development
The Credit Risk Analyst will ideally hold a degree or higher in a numeric discipline (e.g. Mathematics, Statistics, Economics) and have experience of programming to manipulate and interrogate large data sets. SAS (including SQL) is preferred, but candidates with any programming language experience will be considered. Additionally you will possess excellent Microsoft Excel skills. Given the analytical nature of the role, the successful candidate will need to be highly numerate, have experience of working within an analytical function and an understanding of the Credit Risk life cycle. Ideally you will also have a good knowledge of the mortgage industry, a keen eye for detail and a proven ability to deliver results.
This is an excellent opportunity for growth and development, please apply now of for further information contact Kayte Short at firstname.lastname@example.org