As a Data Analyst, you will have the opportunity to contribute to a team responsible for generating and delivering industry leading risk metrics to a variety of products offered by Moody’s Analytics. The Data Analyst may perform a variety of different data management job functions, including data acquisition, data processing, data operations. This position involves a blend of qualitative/quantitative financial research and technical skills to source and maintain credit risk data and models. This position is for you, if you are a quick learner, have a passion for data to identify trends, uncover patterns, solve problems and your favorite question is ‘why’.
The Data Management and Analytics group is responsible for managing the critical processes that ensure the accuracy and timely delivery of vital financial data that is linked to our industry-standard credit risk measurement tools and related software applications. This role will facilitate that process, working with the engineering, IT, support, and development teams to ensure the timely and seamless delivery of data to clients. Additionally, the role is responsible for gathering and inputting financial data from clients into the company’s credit risk measurement tools and software, as well as running the data processing and calculations that feed the company’s credit risk measurement and management products.
Lead data analysis, data profiling, and data mapping capabilities for new data sources.
Responsible for the maintenance of a Predictive Analytics data dictionary
Partners with the enterprise data governance team to ensure solution adhere to the organization’s data principles and guidelines.
Support and resolve data inquiries with accuracy and in a timely manner
Perform data analysis using a variety of methods including statistics and relational databases
Produce reports using Business Intelligence tools that describe data characteristics and highlight trends and issues
Contribute towards documentation of the processes/projects
Requires Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance, Accounting, or a related field.
Graduate degree and/or 3-5 years of work experience is required.
Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines
Superb analytical skills, persistence in problem solving, and ability to learn quickly and independently
Ability to correctly read and interpret financial statements such as 10K and 10Q; US GAAP, IFRS, and other regional accounting principles
Experience working with AWS (Glue, Athena)
Experience with Data Catalog tools (Collibra is preferred)
Proficiency in SQL (SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL)
Proficiency in a statistical package (R)
Experience with a scripting language (Python)
Proficiency in MS Office, especially MS Excel
Exposure to third-party BI Tools: Tableau, Qlik, Looker, R Shiny
Experience in data modeling and query optimization
Moody's Analytics (MA)
Line of Business
Predictive Analytics OU (EAAS OU)
Alpharetta, Atlanta, Boca Raton, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Hoboken, King of Prussia, Miami, New York, Newark, Omaha, San Francisco, South San Francisco, Tallahassee, Walnut Creek, Washington DC
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