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Finance
Portfolio Analytics & Strategy Analyst Senior (Multiple Openings)

The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. has multiple openings for Portfolio Analytics & Strategy Analyst Senior in Pittsburgh, PA. Responsible for participating in the Decision Analytics team supporting strategy initiatives and execution. Specific duties include: (i) identify opportunities to improve strategies and processes through sound data- based analyses; (ii) design and implement initiatives utilizing segmentation strategies based on customer behavior and transactional profile analysis; (iii) provide analytics for transactional fraud authorization decisioning and optimization to mitigate fraud losses; (iv) conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis and deliver presentations with sound recommendations and insights to business partners and management team; and (v) establish and maintain effective fraud mitigation strategy development and performance tracking to ensure that strategies are performing as expected.

Master’s degree in Economics/Applied Economics, Engineering, Statistics, Mathematics or Finance plus 1 year of experience conducting data analysis for the financial services industry is required. Experience must include: (i) handling, manipulation and analysis of datasets; (ii) credit risk or fraud risk analysis; (iii) statistical data analysis and statistical decision tree; (iv) utilizing data query tools including SQL and SAS to manipulate, analyze and interpret credit bureau and other financial databases; (v) writing and implementing SAS programs and macros for reporting, automation and data analysis for portfolio performance monitoring; and (vi) advanced database management (writing complex SQL queries), advanced tools and software including SQL, SAS Enterprise Miner, advanced Excel (pivot tables) and PowerPoint.

40 hours/week, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Interested individuals apply online at http://www.pnc.com using keyword 252548BR. PNC provides equal opportunity to qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or other categories protected by law.

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