Application deadline

24/06

Aarhus, Denmark

Quantitative Analyst for Risk Analysis team

Would you like to use your quantitative skills in a job that gives you a lot of responsibility and exciting challenges in one of the best European companies within energy trading? As our new Quantitative Analyst in Risk Analysis, you will be responsible for our quantitative model library and contribute actively to various analyses within the team. 

In Risk Analysis, you will work alongside six dedicated specialists who co-operate with the rest of Risk Management on a daily basis to constantly support the organisation by managing and building models that calculate our business risks. As a person you thrive in an environment where a proactive approach is required, and great responsibility is given.     

Your overall responsibility will be to develop well-founded models and analyses, while also ensuring a high quality in our internal quantitative model library. Besides developing various models, e.g. valuation models, you will also be working on ad-hoc analysis to support business cases and our general risk management framework. 

When joining, you will get a profound introduction to Danske Commodities, your areas of responsibility as well as your primary stakeholders, so you are well-prepared as possible to start in the team. Apply now and be ready for a job where you have a great impact from the beginning.

Responsibilities

  • development and maintenance of the quantitative model library, including ensuring a high quality of the library
  • development of valuation models including:
    • data analysis
    • business analysis
    • model analysis and development
  • ad-hoc analysis to support e.g. business cases and risk management framework
  • ensure high performance of the models with regards to calculation and system resources  
  • ensure documentation of calculations, models and data according to standards
  • initiate improved workflows and processes

Qualifications

We expect that you:

  • have a relevant master’s or PhD degree within Mathematics, Economy, Finance or similar
  • preferably have experience from the energy industry or financial sector; however, not a requirement for applying
  • have experience with a programming language such as VBA, C#, SQL or similar
  • have strong analytical and quantitative skills and are able to analyse complex structures
  • have a good command of English both written and verbally

Personal Skills

We expect that you:

  • are not afraid to take responsibility and make a difference – you will be involved in various projects and take an active part in further developing the risk framework in Danske Commodities
  • are curious by nature and thrive in an international environment, where you are eager to understand the business and co-operate with various stakeholders
  • are dynamic and like varying tasks with both short and long-term deadlines   

We Offer

  • a company with best in class employee survey results on ‘cooperation’
  • professional and skilled colleagues, who set the bar high
  • great opportunities for individual development
  • flexible working hours
  • numerous social and professional events incl. sporting events and parties
  • an office in the heart of Aarhus, next to the central train station

JobStart & Type

  • As soon as possible. We will be screening candidates on an ongoing basis.
  • Full-time

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Jakob Soerensen VP, Head of Risk Management, CRO

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Jakob Soerensen

T: +45 8833 8027

E: jso@danskecommodities.com

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