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Spvr Business Analytics

Location: VA Vienna - Headquarters Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary: Regular

Job Description

Basic Purpose

To supervise the day-to-day activities, model development, compilations, correlation, reporting, studies, and detailed analyses of data to drive important business decisions, and mitigate risk/loss. Assist the Manager in planning and completing complex analyses, quantitative modeling, and reporting. Perform consultative support for modeling efforts for various business units across the department and credit union. Lead analysts and modelers in the development of predictive models to be used for loss forecasting, risk analysis, capital planning, budgeting and other strategic purposes. Identify and recommend solutions, practices, and innovative techniques that align with strategic business initiatives, anticipate market changes and trends, and meet financial goals.  Ensure modeling and analysis comply with company standards and employ industry best practices.


•    Supervise modeling efforts to ensure that specifications and constructs adhere to appropriate mathematical and statistical standards and answer particular analytic questions
•    Supervise business reporting and oversee necessary analytics and reporting tools are in place to achieve optimal results
•    Design and guide predictive modeling, complex multilevel regression and other techniques, as may be appropriate, to achieve support efforts in risk assessment, loss forecasting and budgeting 
•    Collaborate with business units and senior management to conduct needs assessment to support organization strategies, tactics, and learning solutions that support business unit objectives
•    Consult with stakeholders and business partners to effectively define KPIs and short/long-term goals and objectives, initiatives, and actions plans
•    Develop mathematical models to perform complex “what-if” scenarios and predictions to forecast various profit/loss scenarios, estimate and mitigate risk, and assess the impact on existing products and services
•    Drive continuous process improvement to increase member experience quality, reduce losses, minimize financial risk and maintain high operational efficiency
•    Produce complex and detailed reports, projections, and solutions to establish and strengthen system controls, facilitate process management and data reconciliation, and optimize methodologies
•    Monitor internal processes and perform quality control to ensure adherence to regulations, Navy Federal policies, and industry practices
•    Provide conclusions and recommendations to stakeholders based on results of analyses and business unit goals
•    Provide support in the implementation of proposed initiatives
•    Address and resolve internal/external audit questions and findings

Qualifications – All required unless otherwise noted:

•    Bachelor’s Degree in a related field or the equivalent combination of training, education, and experience
•    Extensive experience in financial modeling, mathematical techniques, statistical methods, forecasting and related analytical tools 
•    Demonstrated experience applying techniques used in analyzing and reporting financial information
•    Experience in multi-variable testing and analysis/interpretation
•    Advanced analytical/quantitative and deductive reasoning skills
•    Excellent programming knowledge in SAS, R, Python or other language
•    Working knowledge of Federal, NCUA and NAFCU rules, regulations, and legislation which govern the functions of the business unit
•    Experience in supervising and leading employees
•    Advanced skill in exercising initiative and using good judgment to make sound decisions
•    Advanced organizational, planning, time management, and problem solving skills
•    Ability to work independently and prioritize multiple duties to achieve results in a multi-tasked, time sensitive office environment
•    Advanced skill interacting tactfully and effectively in difficult situations
•    Advanced verbal and written communication skills
•    Ability to communicate highly complex technical concepts to non-technical and senior management staff
•    Skill in negotiation and persuasion
•    Skill in establishing and maintaining working relationships with all levels of employees, management, stakeholders, and vendors
•    Experience in project leadership and execution, including initiatives with technology, processes, cross-functional teams and external partner team members
•    Demonstrated skill in project management to include establishing and leading project teams; managing timelines/deadlines/resources; ensuring successful project implementation
•    Proficiency with PCs, including word processing, spreadsheet, database, reporting, automated controls, and presentation software
•    Desired – Advanced degree in quantitative discipline such as Statistics, Mathematics, Econometrics, Management, Auditing, or Finance
•    Desired – Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Economics, Computer Science, Engineering, Operations Research
•    Desired – Understanding of the financial services environment
•    Desired – Experience with IFRS 9, Basel, CCAR or CECL
•    Desired – Familiarity with Navy Federal products, services, programs, policies, and procedures

Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-4:30PM

Equal Employment Opportunity


Navy Federal values, celebrates, and enacts diversity in the workplace.  Navy Federal takes affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities, disabled veterans, Armed Forces service medal veterans, recently separated veterans, and other protected veterans.  EOE/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability