Analytics Manager (Data Science: Credit Risk)
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Analytics Manager based out of our Skipton or Crossflatts offices in Yorkshire (site to be determined).
This role will play a key part in the management of mixed team of Credit Analysts, Risk Modellers and IT Professionals, as well as assisting the Head of Analytics with balancing workload to resource.
The successful candidate will demonstrate strong leadership and analytical skills together with the ability to play an active role within the team during a time of strategic change.
What will you be doing?
Day-to-day, you will manage and/or undertaken a mixture of reporting, risk modelling, product development and ad-hoc analytical tasks. This includes things such as:
Producing monthly credit risk reporting.
Overseeing and contributing to the development, implementation and support of credit risk scorecards and other predictive modelling services. For example, CLS's BASEL and IFRS9 modelling solutions.
Developing strategic forecasting tools.
Designing and developing bespoke monthly portfolio analysis tools, tailored to client requirements.
Interpreting and deriving insightful conclusions from analysis and make recommendations for client strategies.
Developing, validating and implementing statistically derived portfolio segmentation strategies.
Managing ad hoc client requests for portfolio analysis and business insight.
Working on the development and roll out of new products and services.
Providing support on strategic initiatives and new client propositions.
Assisting in delivery of income targets from new and existing products for the Business Intelligence team within CLS.
Who are we looking for?
You will be educated to at least degree level in a numerate discipline, with considerable experience of working in financial services. You are someone who has broad experience of credit risk activities and can turn your hand to a variety of analytically driven tasks across reporting, modelling and IT areas. An ability to think "outside of the box", and to work in a flexible and adaptable way is a must.
You will also:
Have previous line management experience. Ideally, this will include overseeing the training and development of less experienced staff (e.g. new graduates).
Have had previous exposure to a range of risk modelling solutions such as scorecards, PD/EAD/LGD models for IRB, IFRS9 and forecasting.
Be flexible and adaptable to changing business requirements.
Be highly numerate and possess excellent analytical skills.
Demonstrate good working knowledge of tools such as Excel, SAS, R and SQL.
Show accuracy and attention to detail.
Have knowledge of credit data including Credit Bureau data and ideally mortgage data.
Demonstrate good communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal.
The opportunity to own a slice of Computershare through our employee share plan as well as taking advantage of a range of flexible employee benefits.
Who are we?
Computershare Loan Services is the UK’s largest third-party mortgage servicer, with 3,000 employees managing over £70bn of assets for over 60 clients across 500,000 customer accounts. Our outsourced mortgage servicing solutions include exceptional debt management and customer service capabilities, mortgage origination, asset trading, best-in-class analytics and much more.
As well as the UK and Ireland, Computershare Loan Services also services mortgages in the USA and manages more than a million residential mortgage accounts globally. Computershare is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and employs 16,000 people around the world, including over 4,000 in the UK.
Computershare’s UK headquarters are in Bristol, with their mortgage servicing operation based in Skipton and Crossflatts in Yorkshire, Doxford near Sunderland and Derry in Northern Ireland.
Computershare has also been recognised for its global environmental efforts and as a good employer for working families.