Manager, Quantitative Modeling

Company Name:
Numeric Recruiting and Staffing
This position is part of our Risk Management division. Successful candidates will partner cross-functionally with business throughout the company to deliver breakthrough analytical solutions to support a winning strategy in a continually changing business environment.

Responsibilities:
? Lead the development, enhancement and implementation of statistical and other quantitative models to support loss forecasting, Basel and economic capital calculations, and other business applications
? Understand technical issues in econometric and statistical modeling and apply these skills toward solving business problems
? Full ownership of the model development process and relationship with the business customer: from conceptualization through data exploration, model selection and validation, implementation, business user training and support
? Develop model monitoring plan, monitor statistical model performance, and provide technical guidance to business leadership
? Identify opportunities to apply quantitative methods to improve business performance
? Communicate technical subject matter clearly and concisely to individuals from various backgrounds
? Develop quantitative modeling competencies of others within the same line of business. Teach and Mentor quantitative modelers
? May manage a team of 1-3 modelers

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:
? Master?s Degree in Statistics, Economics, Mathematics, Industrial Engineering, Operations Research, or another related field of study
? 4 years? experience in Statistical or Econometrics hands-on work (can include Graduate School Research work)
? 1 year experience with credit risk modeling or consumer behavior modeling
? 2 years? experience using SAS

Preferred Qualifications:
? Doctorate in Economics, Statistics, or Mathematics
? 5+ years? experience in Statistical hands-on work
? 5+ years? experience using SAS
? 2+ years? experience manipulating and performing analysis with large databases
? 2+ years? experience in Credit Card Risk Modeling or Mortgage Risk Modeling



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