Salary: Up to £60,000 per annum ( dependent on experience)
We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Credit Risk Modeller to play a pivotal role in transforming our regulatory and strategic models.
The role sits in the Model Development team within our Credit Risk department and the successful individual will embark on the redevelopment of our application and behavioural scorecards and the design and development of our next generation IFRS 9 models.
Day to Day:
You will use your knowledge and experience of advanced analytics and statistical modelling techniques to enhance the business and build on our proactive relationships with our regulators. In the future the team will expand into developing new strategic models and models for use in the business. As part of this role, you will be expected to build strong, working relationships within Credit Risk and across the business, communicating results to senior stakeholders through a combination of presentations and technical papers.
Essential skills and experience you’ll need:
- A degree level (or higher) qualification with particular emphasis on a numerate discipline (ideally, statistics, finance or mathematics related).
- Proven experience and knowledge of developing statistical models using techniques such as linear/logistic regression, decision trees, advanced analytics etc.
- Comfortable taking on technically challenging problems and be able to demonstrate creativity in solving them
- Outstanding inter-personal skills, including the ability to build strong working relationships with stakeholders.
- A proven track record of communicating the results of their analysis, both in writing and verbally, with peers, executives, external parties, and regulators
Is choosing the best location for you to carry out your role – this could be in the office or it could be at home. You can be flexible in your approach, for example coming into the office when you need to collaborate with colleagues in person, or working from home if you have a lot of Teams meetings to go to. We’re taking a team-led approach, so how you manage your working week and place of work is down to your preferences and how you and your team work best.
We offer flexibility that counts – and we recognise that will look different for different people. We’ll consider a range of flexible working, and where we can we’ll make it happen. So whether it’s part time hours, job sharing or other flexible working patterns, have a chat with us before you apply to see what the possibilities are.
We’re proud to be a building society and we’re focused on our purpose of giving people the power to be better off through life. We’re the 2nd largest building society in the UK.
We’ve got a simple business model, where savers and borrowers join together to get what they need. That’s the mutual benefit – it’s the way we’ve done things since 1884 and the way we plan to keep doing things.
We’re building and nurturing teams where difference is valued, creating an inclusive and inspiring workplace. We think discrimination of any sort has no place in a modern society, including ours.
Diversity brings unique ideas and perspectives, helping us to deliver better performance. We’ve made clear commitments to increase gender and race diversity in our senior teams over time, and an overall ambition to improve the representation of different sexual orientations, gender identities, disability, backgrounds and thinking styles in our workforce.
Location: Coventry-Binley Business Park