Senior Analytics Manager - Credit Risk - FinTech StartUp

London
£75000 - £95000 per annum + strong benefits + bonus

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THE ROLE

As Senior Analytics Manager you will be leading a small team to build the analytics function up, the focus will on the most part be risk related, however, you will get involved in some marketing and wider commercial strategy as well. This will be a fast-paced, highly challenging position that will see you work closely with the CEO to drive your ideas and drive forward the business. The majority of your week will be focused on hands-on analysis, helping the business make the right decisions on strategy and driving that forward.

The rest of your time will be split between financial modelling and commercial strategy, such as new market entries, new products etc. Given the size and maturity of the current company, the role holder will be expected to challenge and drive change continuously, and be passionate about the potential of the business. If you're growing frustrated in a big corporate and feel like you're ready for the change, then this opportunity is hugely exciting.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

The successful candidate will likely have the following skills and experience:

  • Educated to a degree level in a numerate discipline (mathematics, statistics, economics)
  • Proven experience as an analytics leader
  • Strong Credit Risk experience, demonstrable time within portfolio and wider risk strategy throughout career
  • Proven hands on experience with SAS and SQL throughout career
  • Exposure to start-ups ideal
  • Passionate about data and it's ability to drive strategies

BENEFITS

On top of a strong basic salary, the company offer a yearly bonus, pension, life care as well. What makes the company interesting however, are the cultural benefits that form part of their business - completely flexible working, weekly personal training sessions, monthly away days, generous office parties, free breakfasts (the list could go on!).

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your profile to Sam Maughan via the 'Apply Now' button to discuss this role in more detail and move forward with an application.

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