Assistant Director, Senior Product Analyst - San Francisco - 9370BR

Duties: Lead large-scale data analysis and product analysis in the credit risk management industry and develop effective statistical models for segmentation, classification, optimization, and time series. Establish scalable, efficient, automated processes for large scale data analyses, model development, model validation and model implementation. Provide high-quality data analysis and analytical solutions that support business objectives. Develop business cases and draft product requirements specifications for risk measurement software products and features development. Use statistical techniques to create scalable solutions for real business problems. Suggest improvements to the tools and techniques to help scale the team. Perform data visualizations and presentations. Conduct custom and market research to identify client’s unique business needs.
ERS Risk Measurement

Requirements: Must have a Master’s degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, Financial Engineering, Computer Engineering, or related quantitative field plus 2 years of experience as an Associate or Assistant Director or related in data analytics, financial services, or product management in the credit risk industry. Alternatively, employer will accept a Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in an acceptable field as stated above plus 5 years of progressively responsible experience as stated above. Must have experience creating new and revamping existing credit risk measurement products including devising testing strategies and designing new data quality control systems for multiple types of databases including Sybase, SQL Server, Postgres and Amazon Cloud Server Databases. Must have experience conducting complex data visualization and statistic reports using big data tools such as Spotfire or Tableau and optimizing data for use in product development and management. Must have experience with analytical programming languages including R, Matlab, and SAS.


To apply please submit resume through www.moodys.jobs, via e-mail at hrbox28@moodys.com, or by mail to: Moody’s Analytics, Inc., Attn: HR Box 28, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10007. Please refer to Job Ref. 9370BR.

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