Credit Reporting Analyst


Credit Business Analyst
is responsible for researching, compiling, analyzing, and reporting operational data from multiple sources, including unit production, productivity, and/or quality statistics. This position creates and maintains databases, develops and performs queries both independently and at direction of management. The position assists in defining user requirements, performs user acceptance testing, and/or troubleshooting systems-related operational issues, assists ongoing production and workflow improvement efforts, and manages small and/or small segments of larger projects. Additionally this position assists in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and training materials to maximize efficiency and customer service, analyzes and provides reports for department quality metrics on an ad hoc and regular basis (daily, weekly, monthly), ensures the delivery of adequate information to drive business initiatives. Identifies trends and, in a moderate capacity, serves on projects aimed at improving divisional and departmental productivity and quality.

  • Conducts research, analyzes data, and prepares reports to develop and shape business strategies
  • Analyzes business problems, and compiles, analyzes, and reports data as part of research and analysis based on new and existing data
  • Performs statistical and other quantitative and qualitative analyses utilizing tools and applications, statistical modeling, and analysis to develop strategic business insights
  • Communicates with a wide variety of individuals including senior management
  • Provides support in order to assist in the overall decision making process
  • Assists with ad hoc analytical projects including impact assessments


  • Bachelor s degree or equivalent educational/work experience
  • 3+ years business analysis experience


  • Ability to analyze and communicate detailed work and financial situations; present/communicate with diverse groups of people throughout the organization including executive management
  • Ability to understand and problem solve technical processes and ask questions to produce results
  • Conducts analysis and evaluation of business data to identify solutions to moderate to complex business problems within assigned project or operational area
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and MS Word
  • Work occasionally requires more than 40 hours per week to perform the essential functions of the position
  • Lifting in an office setting may be required up to 30lbs.

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