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SAS Data Analyst FTC

Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom, £10,000 , Permanent

Posted: 23 hours ago

Description:

SAS Data Analyst FTC

Compensation: £55,000 - £65,000 + bonus

Locations considered for this role are: London, Birmingham, Manchester Bristol or Darlington

About the Business

With this being a large-scale transformation programme, this particular role will be a 9 - 18 month fixed-term contract, however, if you are looking for a permanent role beyond this, there is no shortage of opportunities within this business as there are thousands of internal permanent roles at any one time to redeploy into.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work internal and "client-side" for a major Technology business, working within their credit risk, billing and technology portfolio, and being an integral part of an 10,000 strong workforce. They are described as one of the most monumental and exciting technology companies in the world and are not afraid to take risks and innovate. Blue sky thinking, with a nothing-off-limits philosophy is the type of atmosphere they promote.

This global brand is in its 2nd phase of a business-critical project which is situated within the credit risk function.

With a 10,000 people strong workforce within this specific business function, and over 30 million customers, their objective within Customer Billing and Assurance is to make it easy for their customers to pay on time. They're a global team, providing billing shared services to all lines of business.

With this function, they cover billing, collections & enquiries, payment services, credit risk & fraud and transformation.

About this role

This role will focus on delivering data within the SAS toolset to support the business in generating compelling insight and value, understanding how automation is built, working with nested macros.

An appreciation of a very dynamic and fluid workflow, looking at the situation as lots of nesting happening.

This role requires a technically strong SAS specialist. There is a need to understand SAS and nesting macros requirements as they are getting built via the programme / project, whilst having the ability to look back at the processes already built from analytics perspective and identify new data blocks regarding affordability. This data will need to come into analytics maps, and your role will be to provide this information into the programme and work with third party vendors such as Experian, Equifax, even from a proofing perspective.

It would be nice if you had:

SAS skills
Big data manipulation skills
High volume consumer credit risk experience
Good knowledge and understanding of Credit bureau data blocks, Experian PCO/FICO DMP (Blaze), Credit parameters and levers
Strong SQL, Python, R or
Third party Supplier management and engagement
Senior stakeholder engagement
Presentation of findings in a clear and inspiring manner
Understanding of Business acquisition, in-life and collections policies and processes.
Technical - Statistical Analysis Skills, Strong analytical skills, high level use of all MS Office applications, specialist analytical & data management tools and in depth understanding of CRM and Systems.
Agile - Can work across multiple projects and initiatives simultaneously. Delivers quickly and with a high level of quality and accuracy.Who we are looking for:

Working for a one of britians biggest and most adored brands, you will be part of a specialist team of analytics and data solutions professionals, responsible for the implementation of data solutions onto the SAS platform in support of a highly sensitive commercial project.

What you'll be doing

The evolution of our current analytics, analytical methodologies and processes to ensure it is in line with FCA regulatory requirements; whilst supporting the delivery of sustainable revenue growth by managing, optimising Acquisition, In Life and Collections policies and processes.
The analysis and insight of fraud and churn exposure across the product lines to optimise risk reward balance.
Providing actionable insights in support of specific business issues and opportunities, providing co-ordinated root cause analysis to drive continuous improvements to support responsible lending.
Reducing both bad debt cost and customer bad debt churn.
Leading and supporting the development of new risk monitoring, to ensure we are able to demonstrate adherence of policies and processes in line with FCA and JMLSG requirements for KYC and AML checks and exposure for all loan agreements.
Utilise the appropriate risk measurement data models, processes, standards and principles to make great quality and well understood new data available to drive cutting edge analytics and insights into Credit Risk strategies, policies and processes to support responsible lending, data governance and FCA regulations for Consumer credit.We know applying for jobs can sometimes feel like you're sending an application into a black hole. We review each application individually. So, it's a good idea to call out your most relevant experience on your application to give yourself the best chance.

The extras you'll get

There are all sorts of employee benefits available, including:

10% bonus.
Pension 10%
10x salary* life assurance cover
25 days' annual leave, plus bank holidays, and additional days for length of service
You'll enjoy access to 100s of instant discounts for restaurants, shops and the cinema. These include money off your weekly shop and discounts on gift/shopping vouchers
£500 worth of shares for free annually

Job Details

1356589257
Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Permanent
£10,000