Rockland Trust is currently seeking a QuantitativeRisk Analyst. This position will provide analytical support withinthe portfolio risk department and will assist in the development, testing, andmaintenance of credit loss forecast models as well as various other detailedportfolio analytics. Methodologydocumentation, back-testing, and the build-out of challenger models will all bea part of this role.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities may include:
Queryingof large databases (SQL proficiency a plus)
Modelstrength and fit testing (Understanding of statistics and regressionanalysis)
Generalportfolio risk analysis
Required Skills and Experience:
Candidates for this role should have a generalunderstanding of financial theory and have a degree in a quantitative, business-orientedfield of study; i.e: Finance, Economics,Business Analytics, Statistics or related fields.
Masters degrees preferred.
Proficiency with data analysis and visualization software:
PowerPoint - Required
Tableau, Alteryx, SAS, R, SQL, Python skills strongly preferred
Candidates should have an aptitude foranalytical thinking and possess experience in working with large datasets.
Strong written and verbalcommunication skills are important.
Workexperience preferable; internships/co-ops considered.
Our goal is to offer our colleaguesthe most generous benefits package possible. We strive to provide colleagueswith a comprehensive benefits package and an environment that supports ahealthy work-life balance. Benefits include: Competitive compensation withperformance incentive awards, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, a 401K and DCPlan for your retirement, LTD & Life Insurance, Day Care Reimbursement,Tuition Assistance for graduate and undergraduate programs, an award winning Wellnessprogram and much more!
At Rockland Trust you'll find arespectful and inclusive environment where everyone is given the chance tosucceed. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants willreceive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion,sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin,disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristicprotected by law.
Reasonable accommodations may be madeto enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.