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Risk Analyst

Company Name:
eBay Inc. HQ
Bill Me Later, Inc., an eBay company seeks, Risk Analyst in Timonium, Maryland.
Job Duties: Build statistical models and leverage statistical processes to support the broader teams efforts. Create datasets, develop MIS, and automate processes used to drive Credit Risk. Build analytical datasets utilized across PayPal. Perform ad hoc analysis as needed to understand portfolio dynamics. Extract, manipulate, and transform data from a variety of databases using SAS, SQL, and other tools. Create actionable MIS used to assist in running day to day credit business. Implement creative solutions to meet the business needs and challenges such as create automated alerts or graphical reports. Work in a team environment.
Minimum Requirements: Masters degree, or foreign equivalent, in Mathematics, Statistics, or closely related quantitative discipline and one (1) year of experience in the job offered or one (1) year of experience as a data analyst or risk analyst or Bachelors degree, or foreign equivalent, in Mathematics, statistics or closely related quantitative discipline and five (5) years of experience in the job offered or five (5) years of progressively responsible experience as a data analyst or risk analyst.
Special Skill Requirements: Experience must include the following: SQL; SAS (Base and Advance SAS certified); ad hoc analysis and analytical skills; creating reports using languages like SAS (proc report, porc tabulate, proc compare) and data visualization tools including Tableau and SAS graph. Experience with Statistical and Mathematical methods like ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) used in data analysis. Able to write complex Unix Shell Scripts (ksh, bash). Any suitable combination of education, training and experience is acceptable.
Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S without sponsorship. Submit resume with references to: REQ. #: LG775(JV) at: HR (CUBE 4120B), eBay Inc. HQ, 2065 Hamilton Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125. EOE

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