Senior Analytics Consultant

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This position will play a leading role in developing control monitoring programs and performing independent reviews for the Company s regulatory reporting filings including CCAR FR-Y14 monthly and quarterly series reports, TIC SLT, SHLA and SHCA security reports to the Federal Reserve.
This position is a programming development position; the successful candidate must have 5 + years experience coding SAS on a UNIX platform. The ability to quickly learn and adapt to the fast-paced and ever-changing regulatory reporting environment is a must. The selected person will have a demonstrated history of being an independent self-starter and must be able to work to meet tight deadlines and adapt in a changing environment.
Responsibilities include:
- Develop and streamline production validation reports
- Optimize SAS codes to enhance programing run-time efficiency
- Establish GL and regulatory interseries reports reconcilement process (i.g. GL, Y9C, and Y14, etc)
- Plan, execute, and review the new report development
- Perform trend analysis and raise questions to ensure data quality
- Support ad-hoc report request for reporting analysis and issue investigation
- Provide technical assistance as a subject matter expert for less experienced staff, business line reporters, and other interested parties (e.g. auditors and regulatory examiners)
7+ years reporting and analytical experience or a minimum of a Masters degree in programs such as applied mathematics, statistics, engineering, physics, accounting, finance, economics or computer sciences with 5+ years related industry experience. CFA or CPA preferred.
- 5+ years experience in technical SAS programming / analytical / data mining
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Visio and Access
- 2+ year experience transforming data using XML
- Demonstrated ability to work with large data sets
- Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities and tasks simultaneously.
- Previous experience with Regulatory Reporting (Federal Reserve, OCC, SEC, etc.)
- Experience with the General Ledger and data reconcilement to regulatory reports (e.g. Y9C)
- Experience with credit risk associated with commercial and retail loan products

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