Quantitative Analyst (climate risk) positions at the Philadelphia Fed
I am writing to share a job posting for two positions with the Retail Supervision and Research Team at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
The openings are for a Senior Quantitative Analyst, but we will consider applicants with slightly lower levels of experience and education for a Quantitative Analyst position. These positions may be of interest for graduating seniors, recent graduates, and masters students in Economics or other quantitative fields.
The analysts will support our team’s study of climate related risks for lenders and borrowers of retail loans. Depending on experience and interest, the applicant will either work on policy projects (such as memos and briefs shared with internal and external stakeholders) or economic research projects.
Quantitative Analyst III / Senior Quantitative Analyst (myworkdayjobs.com)
The Senior Quantitative Analyst/Analyst III will be an integral part of RADAR’s Retail Supervision and Research Team (RSR). You will perform data management and statistical analysis to support policy memos and research projects related to topics that lie in the intersection of climate change, physical risk, and bank holding companies’ retail credit risk. The Analyst should possess in-depth knowledge in retail loan products such as mortgages and quantitative modeling and statistical analysis in one or more bank supervisory areas including credit risk, model validation, and bank capital. You will apply statistical analysis to banking, financial, economic, and climate risk data. The Analyst should preferably have experience with data visualization, geospatial data and analysis tools, and methods used in applied microeconomic research (e.g., regression analysis, instrumental variables, difference-in-differences, regression discontinuity design). Knowledge of natural disaster assistance programs and/or experience with academic economic research is desirable, but not strictly required.