Recently posted credit analyst jobs
- Total Aerospace Services
- Southlake, TX
They are currently seeking an experienced analyst to support risk management, credit , and pricing functions. This will be an excellent opportunity for an experienced analyst with two or more years of ...
Bilingual Credit Analyst
- First Help Financial
- Phoenix, AZ
Credit Analyst Your Location: Anywhere within the USA - MST time zone only You Report To: Underwriting Manager Your Schedule: 4 days a week 10 hours a day flexibility! Saturday and Monday 10am - 8 ...
- First Savings_Beresford
- Henderson, NV
To learn more about us, visit www.firstsavingsbanks.bank About the role The Credit Analyst role is key in making data-backed recommendations through research and analysis of customer financial ...
Sr. Commercial Credit Analyst
- Unitus Community Credit Union
- Portland, OR
The Sr. Credit Analyst is responsible for underwriting all business purpose loan requests, especially complex and larger loan requests. In addition, this position is responsible for completing annual ...
Commercial Credit Analyst
- MRINetwork Jobs
- Everett, WA
The credit analyst position is capable of handling moderate aspects of the job that are defined within existing policies and procedures. The People: At this bank they know every organization has ...
Credit Analyst- HYBRID- Torrance, CA
- Techlink Systems
- Torrance, CA
Their primary focus of this position will be credit bureau reporting and FCRA compliance. The primary objectives include data validation and auditing, process maintenance and advancement, policy ...
What Credit analysts Do
Analyze credit data and financial statements of individuals or firms to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit or lending money. Prepare reports with credit information for use in decisionmaking. Excludes Financial Risk Specialists.
Credit analyst Salaries
- 2020 employment: 73,000
- May 2021 median annual wage: $77,440
Job Outlook for Credit analysts
Projected employment change, 2020-30:
- Number of new jobs: -4,300
- Growth rate: -6 percent (Decline)
How to Become a Credit analyst
Education and training:
- Typical entry-level education: Bachelor's degree
- Work experience in a related occupation: None
- Typical on-the-job training: None
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