Quantitative Risk Analyst Senior

SAN ANTONIO (SAT)

Brief Summary

                            Quantitative Risk Analyst Senior

Conducts and develops quantitative and analytic models, assessments and/or applications in support of risk management efforts that assess the market and identify risks and gaps in existing or proposed processes. Applies diverse methodologies and deep experience in a variety of disciplines to identify and solve complex and/or undefined risk problems. Works with leadership to remediate gaps and improvements identified between existing practices and regulatory requirements.

Requirements:
•	Utilizes advanced analytics to assess future risk, opportunities, and effectiveness.
•	Translates results into meaningful solutions to enhance decision making.
•	May present findings to various levels of leadership.
•	Applies advanced knowledge and industry best practices to quantify risk and aggregate exposures.
•	Develops complex systems and programs that measure aggregate risk exposures.
•	Engages in model validation and produces model validation reports Applies innovative and scientific/quantitative analytical approaches to draw conclusions and make recommendations to answer business objectives and drive change.
•	Translates recommendations into communication materials to effectively present to colleagues for peer review and management.
•	Applies advanced knowledge to produce advanced analytical material for discussions with cross functional teams to understand complex business objectives and influence solution strategies.

Minimum Education:
•	Bachelor's degree in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences, or other quantitative discipline required.
•	4 additional years of related experience beyond the minimum required may be substituted in lieu of a degree.

Minimum Experience:
•	6 or more years related quantitative analysis experience in a discipline relevant to risk management to include statistical analysis, modeling, mathematics or other quantitative discipline
•	Or advanced degree/designation in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences, or other quantitative discipline and 4 or more years work experience in a quantitative discipline relevant to risk management
•	Or PhD in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics, or other quantitative discipline and up to 2 years work experience in a quantitative discipline relevant to risk management