Partner - Leadership Hiring at Saaki Argus & Averil Consulting
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Leader - Data & Analytics - Loan/Lending Domain - NBFC (10-15 yrs)
Our client is a leading Non Banking Financial Services company, looking to hire Domain Lead for the Data and Analytics function for Two Wheeler Finance portfolio.
The Domain Leader (2-Wheelers) is a part individual contributor and a part manager role. The incumbent will manage a small team of data scientists (2-3) delivering sales and credit analytics for wheeler portfolio. In addition, the incumbent is also expected to be independent/hands on several key initiatives. A big part of the role is to produce compelling and concise summaries of the analytical recommendations and engage a diverse set of stakeholders to get their buy-in.
Key Responsibilities :
- Develops questions and hypotheses and translates them in to technical language amenable for analyses
- Builds advanced statistical models and determines their optimal application in business policies and practices
- Summarizes deep analytical insights and recommends changes to current business processes to further the 2-wheeler portfolio
- Mentors a team of data scientists, provides timely and relevant feedback
- Engages a diverse set of stakeholders and builds consensus to ensure the application of analytical recommendations
- Wears the project manager hat in setting expectations and directing analytical tasks in a fast-paced environment
Desired Profile :
- MTech / BE / BTech / MSc in CS or Stats or Maths, Operation Research, Statistics, Econometrics or in any quantitative field
- 10+ Years- experience in analytical domain, 4+ years analytical experience in Two-Wheeler, Auto Loan / Vehicle lending business.
- Excellent analytics, logical, problem solving and numerical skills
- Experience in using Python
- Experience in working with large data sets and big data systems (SQL, Hadoop, Hive, etc.)
- Keen aptitude for large-scale data analysis with a passion for identifying key insights from data