Intern- Credit Risk Analyst

Location
Salt Lake City, Utah
Salary
Open
Posted
Feb 01, 2024
Closes
Feb 01, 2025

Intern - Credit Risk Analyst

2024 Paid Summer Intern

May thru mid-August

 

Zions Bank recognizes that its strength comes from the dedication, experience and talents of its diverse employee base. As we usher in the next generation of banking, we're committed to being the premier employer of choice. We're proud to have ranked among American Banker magazine's "Best Banks to Work For" every year since 2013, as Best Employer from Utah's Best of State and among the Best Places to Work in Idaho. Make the leap into a new era of banking. Let us transform your career.

 The intern will work on or be exposed to the following:

·   Query and validate data from various sources in the Bancorporation's data environment

·   Use analytic techniques to assess risk in credit portfolios

·   Assist in comparing the credit portfolio to that of peer banks

·   Maintain framework used to manage credit risk (evaluate credit metrics)

·   Various clean-up/data projects

Qualifications:

·    Currently working on a Bachelor's degree in Finance, Economics, Computer Science or a related degree

·    Exposure to statistical programming software (SAS, R, Python)

·    Experience working with large data sets

·    Basic understanding of SQL

·    Interest in portfolio risk management and statistical analysis

·    Requires strong interpersonal and customer service skills.

·    Good communication skills, both verbal and written. 

·    Detail oriented with strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills

·    Ability to make sound decisions and be inquisitive - not afraid to ask questions or make recommendations.

·    Working knowledge of computer software programs including spreadsheets, word processing, etc.

This internship is not eligible for relocation assistance. Local candidates preferred.

Zions Bancorporation's Internship and Banker Development Program positions are not eligible for employment visa sponsorship (e.g., H-1B visa). This includes, for example, situations where a candidate may have temporary work authorization while enrolled in school or upon graduation (e.g., CPT, OPT) but would need H-1B visa sponsorship within a few years of employment in order to maintain employment eligibility.



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