Senior Pricing Analysts - SAS/SQL

Aspire Data Recruitment Limited
£35000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus & benef
25 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Title: Senior Pricing Analysts - SAS/SQL Location: Leeds / Sheffield Salary: £35,000 - £45,000 + bonus & benefits The role is to responsible for developing forecasting, cut-off and pricing solutions by working both individually and by guiding / coaching analysts to enable a successful delivery, on budget, on time and with clear business / financial benefits. In addition, as a senior member of the team you will take full ownership of some of the most complex analytics projects by managing stakeholder communication, designing the approach and guiding subordinate resource to a successful delivery. Your responsibilities will include: - Developing, maintaining and interpreting forecast models, as well as pricing and cut-off models in order to maximise returns that achieve the agree hurdle criteria. - Developing and supporting the modelling team in the development of compliant regulatory models and stress tests for Basel 2. Formulating business problems and translating them into an actionable analytics plan. - Developing project plans and managing own projects. - Liaising with key business stakeholders, understanding the requirements and recommending appropriate analysis to drive projects to successful completion. - Working closely with colleagues within Global Analytics Centre and supporting offshore project work. - Accurately analysing trends, financial data and company status to make informed decisions regarding complex credit issues. Candidate Profile - At least 2 years` experience in a similar analytical role e.g. financial services, retail, energy etc. - Experience of using SAS and SQL. - A degree in a numerical subject (Desirable). However work experience equivalent will be considered. - Experience working in relevant environment/s, i.e. analytics experience in one or more of modelling, strategy design, cut-off / pricing optimisation
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