About Quantitative Analytics
The Quantitative Analytics group is responsible for the research, development and implementation of market leading quantitative models across all asset classes and areas (Interest Rates, Inflation, Credit, Equity, Foreign Exchange, Commodities, Emerging Markets, Market Risk, Counterparty Credit Risk, Banking Book, Asset and Liability Management and Financial Modelling).
About QA Market Risk The role is in the global Quantitative Analytics (QA) function, working in the Market Risk (MR) team. QA MR is responsible for the research, development, and documentation of the regulatory capital models for market-risk RWAs. The team is part of the QA Trading Book Risk (TBR) group in the investment bank.
We are an equal opportunity employer and we are opposed to discrimination on any grounds."
Overall purpose of role
The role requires a superior developer, with experience in C++ and Python, to facilitate the efficient development of our models library, and of our capital replication infrastructure and what-if tools. This includes prototyping, production implementation, testing, maintenance, and support; it requires understanding of large datasets, risk models, tail statistics, and computational performance.
Stakeholder Management and Leadership
Candidates must be able to, and to communicate effectively with stakeholders (Risk IT, Project Managers, Model Validation, Risk Managers) and colleagues in QA. .
Strong communication skills, including to non-technical audiences are essential
Risk and Control Objective [This section is mandatory for all role profiles and must not be deleted]
Ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy Standards.
A successful candidate must be proactive and detail-oriented, yet adaptable to changing requirements and flexible at the same time.
The candidate will be expected to show high level of initiative, motivation and drive; ability to work independently and to influence progress
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