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Model Risk Review Specialist II in Columbus at Huntington

Date Posted: 4/13/2018

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Detailed Description

Review and validate models and quantitative frameworks spanning credit, interest rate, market risk, economic capital or capital market valuation, and other models as the need develops for our banking operations. Research and formulate potential remediation plans for any outstanding or potentially critical problems concerning strategy development, implementation, and usage of models. Provide critical analysis for models reviewed and validated by internal and external parties. Communicate to quantitative, regulatory, and business audiences through presentations describing the results of analysis and be able to recommend remediation strategies to address findings. Maintain independent model review and validation processes, while adhering to business and regulatory guidelines including SR 11-7 model risk management standards. Identify modeling gaps, errors, and oversights and recommend methods to address issues and analyze emerging model risk issues impacting the organization and communicate issues to model developers, senior management, and appropriate risk committees. May also mentor and supervise junior colleagues as needed.

 Job Requirements

  • Master's degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Econometrics, or a related quantitative field.
  • Expertise as demonstrated by six months experience or six hours of graduate credits in each of the following areas:
    • 1. Quantitative and/or Statistical modeling.
    • 2. Model diagnostics.
    • 3. Error analysis.
    • 4. Functional programming using SAS, R, or Python.

 Additional Details

Tobacco-Free Hiring Practice: To demonstrate our commitment to health and wellness, Huntington will not hire any candidate who uses tobacco or any nicotine product including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff or snus, nicotine gum, the nicotine patch or any other kind of nicotine replacement product (where permitted by applicable state law). Candidates applying for positions in those states will be notified of this practice during the recruitment process and, if offered a position, will be screened for cotinine (to check for use of tobacco and/or nicotine products and/or nicotine replacement therapy products) before they begin employment. If the position to which you're applying is covered by this practice, the job application will provide greater detail as to what constitutes tobacco use.

EEO/AA Employer/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Tobacco-Free Hiring Practice: Visit Huntington's Career Web Site for more details. Huntington does not accept solicitation from Third Party Recruiters for any position.
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