Credit Risk Analyst - SQL
Up to £45,000 plus competitive benefits package
Are you interested in a role as a Credit Risk analyst where you will be given the responsibility to assist in the design, implementation and monitoring using SQL of important credit management strategies? Your position will enable you to help the company control their lending risk as well as deliver sustainable growth and meet customer needs across its current products.
To be successful in this role, it is important that you have good analytical skills and the ability to work within a fast paced environment.
WHO WILL YOU BE WORKING FOR?
This company offers you the chance to work in a fast paced organisation with an important focus in putting their customers first and doing the right thing for them.
DAY TO DAY RESPONSIBILITIES
As a Risk Analyst for this company, you will be responsible for the design of new reporting through the use of various technical tools which include SQL. As well as this, you will also be expected to assist in helping the company improve their policy changes and assist in changes to ensure best practices through your recommendations. You will also carry out regular system auditing, research and evaluate new third party data and do regular Ad-Hoc analysis.
WHAT IS REQUIRED FROM YOU
- Proven ability in analysing trends and suggesting solutions to challenges that you or your company has faced.
- Working and experienced knowledge in using SQL and excel
- Excellent organisational skills partnered with strong communication and interpersonal skills
- An innovative mind supported by past experiences
- A bachelors degree at 2.1 level or higher
You should expect to earn up to £45,000 plus a competitive benefits package
HOW TO APPLY?
Please register your interest by sending your CV via the Apply link on this page.
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