The Senior Data Analyst will be an integral part of the US Public Finance Group Data & Analytics Team (PFG D&A) and will provide ratings data, portfolio and operational support. PFG D&A is responsible for tracking, reporting, and analyzing data for a portfolio of over 13,000 issuers of municipal debt. The role contributes to an array of data driven reporting, tools and components in support of the ongoing monitoring of the ratings portfolio. The role offers the jobholder a central view into the US Public Finance Group’s rating activity, an opportunity to work with a range of people across the department, including credit analysts and managers, as well as the ability to showcase initiative and to make a difference by ensuring that capabilities are in place to help the team operate efficiently and effectively.
Monitors data management tools and reporting components within the team’s surveillance framework
Provides high level data and analytical support for the surveillance of a large ratings portfolio
Utilizes data management tools such as Excel, Access, R, SQL and Generative AI for purposes of querying and managing large and complex data sets
Develops dashboards and BI tools for the presentation of key insights and summary-level reporting to management
Manages workflow components of ratings progressing through surveillance processes
Monitors and audits ratings and portfolio metadata quality
Identifies, analyzes, and interprets trends or patterns in complex data sets
Manages the preparation and dissemination of management reports
Maintains the analytical integrity and accuracy of data components and makes suggestions to strengthen existing components and processes
Consults with managers and analysts to better understand analytic and data needs
Collaborates with IT teams and engineers to implement new functionality and to troubleshoot systems and data issues
Builds and maintains relationships with key contacts from other teams within the company such as Information Technology, Global Middle Office, and Data and Analytics
Serves as a resource for managers and analysts regarding core responsibilities
Contributes to special projects, methodology updates and publications
BA required in Management Information Systems, Data Analytics, Data Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Statistics, Business Administration, Finance, Economics, or Accounting with 3-5 years of relevant work experience or graduate degree (https://e.g, MBA, Master’s) with 1-3 years of experience
Proficient in Excel, Access, PowerPoint, R and Python
Experience in working with large and complex data sets
Aptitude for maintaining data accuracy and integrity
Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
Proactively seeks out challenges and is able to work effectively in a collaborative team environment.
Ability to adapt to a changing environment and prioritize tasks accordingly, independently balancing conflicting priorities.
Strong attention to detail
Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to adapt to a changing environment and to be able to prioritize tasks accordingly
US Public Finance Group
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For US-based roles only: the anticipated hiring base salary range for this position is $ [ 113,100 ] to $ [ 163,950 ], depending on factors such as experience, education, level, skills, and location. This range is based on a full-time position. In addition to base salary, this role is eligible for incentive compensation. Moody’s also offers a competitive benefits package, including not but limited to medical, dental, vision, parental leave, paid time off, a 401(k) plan with employee and company contribution opportunities, life, disability, and accident insurance, a discounted employee stock purchase plan, and tuition reimbursement.