Financial and Actuarial Mathematics  
TU Wien, Austria  



Are you open to new ideas, do you value creative freedom and live for cultural diversity? Do you desire mutual trust and responsibility? Would you like to work in a bank that has grown over 125 years and is active as a leading commercial and investment bank in Austria and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)? Then you've found just the right place at Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI).

Junior Quantitative Analyst - Risk Methods and Analytics (f/m)

We are offering an opportunity for motivated university graduates to take a first step in their career as Quantitative Analyst within different teams of our department.

The department Risk Methods and Analytics uses statistical and mathematical methods to develop predictive models used primarily in credit risk management. Team members have diverse numerical backgrounds ranging from mathematics and statistics to business with a strong quantitative focus. Typical applications are development of credit rating models, macro-economic stress testing models or economic capital models. Additionally, we use our predictive modelling competence on a number of (big) datasets to develop decision models for a wider range of business problems. Key success factors in our modelling projects are analytical skills, fast understanding of the business context and project execution.

Your tasks:

  • Join model development projects embedded in a team of quants
  • Use your modelling skills and learn fast about applications
  • Work with big datasets
  • Interface with various business areas and IT
  • Develop sound understanding of relevant business areas
  • Learn about the regulatory context of modelling projects in banks (e.g. Basel, IFRS 9)
  • Improve your programming skills and write code implementing analytical models in high level programming languages such as SAS, R, Python, Matlab
  • Write clear and concise documentation of your models
  • Train and consult model end users
  • Maintain state of the art knowledge on relevant modelling issues

Your qualifications:

  • University degree in mathematics, statistics, econometrics or business/economics with strong quantitative focus (Master, PhD)
  • Previous work (e.g. internships) or academic experience with analyzing and manipulating large datasets and application of statistical techniques to real life problems is a plus
  • Programming skills in at least one high level programming language like SAS, R, Python, Matlab and willingness to learn more.
  • Very good command of English, knowledge of German language is an advantage
  • Ability to communicate complex matters in an understandable manner
  • Self-motivated, focused, result-oriented, resilient, good mood is a plus

Your benefits:

  • Join our dynamic and motivated team in one of the leading banking groups in Austria and Central and Eastern Europe
  • EUR 38.000 gross salary excl. overtime - additional payment according to skills and experience
  • Work-Life balance due to variable working hours
  • State of the art learning and development opportunities

We are looking forward to receiving your online application!

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