Duties: Participate in the design, development, testing and quality management of Moody's Analytics Capital Risk Analyzer. Work closely with existing clients in the American region to understand their key business priorities and develop targeted solutions for client product implementation. Gather and consolidate regulatory, client and market requirements in order to develop solutions. Apply knowledge of stress testing and capital planning best practices and regulation of the Federal Reserve and other supervisors of the Northern and Southern American regions, such as Dodd-Frank and Basel III. Liaise with the Engineering team in order to assist in the development of new product functionalities. Participate in end-to-end testing activities including integration, inter-system, platform, parallel, stress and regression testing; system configuration, results and reports analysis, bug identification and correction. Provide expertise and support to key Risk and Finance Solutions stakeholders, such as Sales teams during Proof-of-concepts and Client Support teams.
Requirements: Master's degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, Business Analytics, Engineering, or related quantitative field plus 5 years of experience in software consulting, financial services or product management. Will accept pre- or post-Master's degree experience. Must have experience with the following: leading software implementation for financial institutions; writing business requirements to guide development teams to build and deliver new software functionalities; and participating in end-to-end functional and non-functional testing activities for the development of new software products - including integration, inter-system, platform, parallel, stress and regression testing, results and reports analysis, bug identification and resolution. Domestic and international travel required approximately 10% of the time. Destination and frequency impossible to predict
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