5 days, 30-35 hrs/wk. Eastminster Presbyterian Church in East Liberty. Welcoming spirit with excellent communication, organization and computer skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office and social media. College education and/or church experience preferred. Current ACT 33/34 and FBI fingerprint clearances required. If you are BEST candidate, email resume to:
POISE Foundation is hiring a full time Administrative Assistant to provide administrative and clerical support. Incumbent must have professional demeanor, the ability to set and change priorities as needed, and interact effectively with boards, committees, community groups and outside vendors. Proficiency and accuracy in MS Office Suite and Advanced Google Suite is required. Knowledge of SalesForce and QuickBooks software is preferred. For information about POISE Foundation and the full job description, visit http://www.poisefoundation.org. To apply, email cover letter and resume to Karris M. Jackson at email@example.com or mail via USPS to POISE Foundation 603 Stanwix Street, Suite 1700 Two Gateway Center Pittsburgh, PA 15222. No phone inquiries please.
BANK INVESTMENT RISK SPECIALIST
The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. has multiple openings for Bank Investment Risk Specialist in Pittsburgh, PA. Work within the Market Risk Management department and provide advanced quantitative and financial analyses utilizing financial risk modeling software programs and modeling tools in support of monitoring market risk. Specific duties include: (i) operating financial models related to market risk, liquidity risk, capital adequacy, regulatory reporting requirements and/or credit/counterparty exposures; (ii) maintaining risk management models including review and validation of data sources, documentation, outputs; (iii) analyzing results of various processes such as VaR models, Potential Future Exposure (PFE) models, economic capital models, liquidity stress tests, backtesting and/or P&L attribution to support current regulatory requirements; (iv) assessing and understanding movements in risk parameters and their impact on risk; (v) leading and executing analytical projects, from solution design and data integrity evaluation through documentation and implementation; (vi) partnering with model developers to design and user acceptance test new market risk models; and (vii) developing reporting infrastructure, including databases, for financial products, leveraging knowledge of computational methodologies and assisting other business groups to better utilize system capabilities and meet requirements.
Master’s degree in Computational Finance, Financial Engineering, Statistics, or Applied Mathematics is required. Must know (from any completed university-level coursework, seminars, workshops, or real-world, hands-on experience) the following: (i) market and credit risk management concepts including VaR (Value-at-Risk), CVA, and the Basel Accords; (ii) markets and valuation for financial products including derivatives and fixed income securities; (iii) statistical methods for financial data including regression, statistical inference, time series and forecasting; (iv) stochastic calculus for finance; (v) numerical methods for finance including options pricing by Monte Carlo simulation, Optimization Methods, Finite Difference Methods for Partial Differential Equations; and (vi) financial computing using languages including SQL, R, C++, Python.
40 hours/week, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Interested individuals apply online at http://www.pnc.com using keyword 246372BR. 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.