having an impact on all the models that affect all of our clients. As a Data Scientist Credit Risk , you will be analysing data and credit risk models across all portfolios of Rabobank. You’ll have a hand in monitoring the entire range of models that serve our business, clients and risk management, such as IRB credit risk and IFRS9 models.
Making a difference
With each other
Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do. Our Credit Strategic Model Unit (CSMU) team brings diverse and talented people together to monitor and backtest the most important models of Rabobank. Your experience with modelling will be your guide as you analyse the performance of a variety of models and ensure that they meet ever-changing market and regulatory requirements. As a Data Scientist Credit Risk , you will practice intelligent ways of analysis with your CSMU team colleagues and dealing with stakeholders such as model validation and model developers.
Reinhardt, Team Lead Monitoring & Backtesting: “We are uniquely positioned within Risk analytics. We are involved in the whole model chain, from the monitoring aspect, and policy and methodology aspect that also impact model development and the strategy of the bank. From the monitoring specifically, what I appreciate is being able to propose solutions that contribute to strengthening the models in collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders, being the data, the business or even the regulatory side. All of this in a truly multicultural, diverse, and passionate team.”
Jeroen, Advanced Analytics Young Professional: "For me CSMU has been a great starting point in getting to know the bank. In CSMU we work together with many other teams and face a wide variety of challenges. And because we focus on three aspects of credit models (strategy, methodology & backtesting) there is always plenty to learn!"
If we were to ask your friends to describe you in a few key words, the answer would be: customer-focused, pro-active, accommodating, positive, empathetic and eager to learn. For the position of Data Scientist Credit Risk , you should also have:
Growing a better world together
Rabobank is a financial services provider for 8,5 million customers in 40 countries. But did you know that we are also working to make the world a better place? We do so in countless ways, such as:
Do you want to become the ideal version of yourself? We would love to help you achieve this by focusing firmly on your growth, development, and investing in an environment where you keep learning every day. We give you the space to innovate and initiate. In this way, we offer you numerous opportunities to grow and help you exceed your expectations, to do the right thing exceptionally well, and to therefore grow as a professional. In addition, with us (on the basis of a 36 hour working week), you can expect:
Are you the person we're looking for? Are you ready to join Rabobank as a Data Scientist Credit Risk and to make a difference to yourself, our customers and to society? We look forward to receiving your application for this vacancy in Utrecht.
Rabobank is a bank that works for its customers and members. We are one of the largest financial institutions in the world, but we're still very involved at the local level. Our goal is to help customers achieve their goals. In addition, we aim to make a substantial contribution to the well-being and prosperity of people in the Netherlands and to a sustainable global food supply. We are a bank with cooperative roots. Everything we do, we do together.
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