Senior Model Validation Analyst

€50k - €70k
Permanent
Dublin City Centre
16 Oct 2019
BBBH744199

Senior Model Validation Analyst - Permanent FTC

The Company

They are one of Ireland's leading providers of personal financial products and services on the brink of something wonderful! They are currently looking for a passionate, enthusiastic and creative Senior Model Validation Analyst to join their thriving Dublin based team. This is an exciting time to join this progressive and forward thinking organisation.

The Role

The main objective of the Senior Model Validation Analyst, is to provide an objective and seasoned review and oversight of all risk models across departments of the company, including all IRB approach models. It will be your responsibility to consistently produce the required analysis to the highest level of accuracy.

About You

This a highly technical role where you will be required to simplify complex findings to clients and stakeholders at all levels, so having the ability to back yourself technically is imperative. You will be qualified in a highly numerate oriented subject such as mathematics, statistics, physics, econometrics', quantitative finance, engineering or science, along with proven skills in manipulating data. This is a collaborative environment, so you will need to be a team player! SAS experience would be advantageous.

If this sounds like you, get in touch today for a confidential discussion.

Thanks & have a great day,

Fay - M3S Morgan McKinley

fallen@morganmckinley.ie 014321555

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.

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