Sr. Quantitative Analyst

Company Name:
Technology Professionals
Our client company has been in existence for over a century and was created from combining the resources of over 400 companies in the gas, electric, and transportation industries. The company's more recent history has been devoted to becoming one of the largest utility and energy providers in the Northeast. Honored with national acclaim for their outstanding storm management practices, such as communicating effectively with the public, the company is dedicated to the quality of service delivery it consistent provides to its customers and consumers. As electric and gas markets are deregulated by state and national governments, our client company is committed to identifying and seizing opportunities in energy
services
and related fields, while maintaining its high level of gas and electric service to its traditional residential and business customers.
The company has an immediate need for a Sr. Quantitative Analyst to be based in Newark, NJ. Ideal candidates would have the majority of the following qualifications and experience:
A Masters Degree in mathematics, statistics, physics or finance is required
A minimum of two years experience working in financial related products is required
Candidate must possess analytical and problem-solving skills, strong communication and interpersonal skills, be results oriented, creative and innovative, be a team player, show leadership and decision-making abilities
Must be conversant and hands on with state-of-the-art statistical techniques and the mathematics of option theory
Able to perform at sustained high energy and performance level and generate innovative and creative ideas/concepts
Successful candidate must demonstrate and value differences in others' strengths, perspectives, approaches, and personal choices
Desired Qualifications:
Excellent Excel skills and programming skills in VBA and Math-related packages such as SPLUS or Matlab
Power and Gas pricing experience
The salary is very competitive, and outstanding benefits are provided.

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