A multinational banking and financial services company is looking for a Credit Risk Modeller in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The bank strives on the idea of collaboration in a dynamic, positive way. Apart from being active in the Netherlands, it is present in many other countries worldwide. Importantly, social responsibility is one of the main objectives of the bank, which is reflected in their approach to making a substantial contribution towards achieving wealth and prosperity in the Netherlands and to resolving the food issue worldwide.
How will you make a difference?
As a part of the Credit Risk Modelling team, you are going to be responsible for building or validating the most effective models, putting your skills to test. The models that you have built will have a direct impact on bank business and the lives of millions of customers. Supporting the bank’s ambitions and safeguarding their customers would be your main objective. You need to be a true team player with excellent communication skills in English, the ability to consider other (non-analyst’s) interests. You will be expected to show your flexibility and adaptability in every challenge you take on.
Be a part of an innovative team
The bank is actively taking part in making the world a better place by:
- Protecting their clients by ensuring that the funds we lend and the mortgages we provide are well within acceptable risk levels
- Working toward a new generation of risk models that not only fulfil regulatory requirements but also allow us to expand our reach and help more people, communities and societies to thrive.
Do you have what it takes to be a part of a thriving and dynamic team?
An ideal applicant would have a Masters degree in a quantitative field, such as Econometrics, Mathematics, Physics, AI or Quantitative Finance. Experience with Risk Modelling is preferred. Besides that, experience with programming is a plus: Matlab, SQL or GIT. Around 3 years of practical experience in data modelling is a must.
What do they offer:
- A thirteenth month and holiday pay;
- An Employee Benefit Budget of your gross monthly salary. You decide how to spend this budget. This may include purchasing extra leave days, or making extra pension contributions;
- Flexible working times and location-independent working;
- 100% reimbursement of commuting costs if you travel by public transport. Do you still prefer to travel by car or motorbike? Then choose a home/work travel allowance;
- A pension scheme, to which your contribution is only 5%.