Quantitative Risk Analyst- Intern

Purpose of Job

USAA’s 10-week, summer internship program offers college students the chance to discover what it’s like to work at a Fortune 100 company and leading financial services organization. Our interns deliver innovative solutions to real business challenges, and build enduring relationships with their manager and an assigned mentor. While gaining insight into the service of the military community and USAA’s noble mission, interns are immediately part of USAA’s collaborative culture. Spend your summer at USAA and gain a career where you can make a difference!

Provides risk management support for a line of business or staff agency in key risk identification, measurement and aggregation, and the understanding and management of risk through appropriate practices and processes. Assesses and mitigates enterprise and business un exposures through the identification of key and emerging risks and evaluates alignment with risk strategy and appetite. Monitors the risk and control environment to ensure that exposures are kept at acceptable levels and may consult on risk mitigation plans.

Job Requirements

Applies foundational knowledge to support the assessment of future risk, opportunities, and effectiveness.
Applies foundational learning to help support the team in producing best practices that quantify risk and aggregate exposures.
May assist with model validation activities and model validation reporting.
Participates in the production of analytical material needed for discussions with cross functional teams to understand complex business objectives and influence solution strategies.
Compiles communication materials pertaining to analytical results, findings and solutions for governance committees and business process owners to influence business analysis.
Supports internal/external audits, regulatory reviews and rating agency requests.
Performs all other tasks as assigned.

Minimum Education:

Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences, or other quantitative discipline at an accredited university.

Minimum Experience:

Up to 2 years related quantitative analysis experience in a discipline relevant to risk management to include statistical analysis, modeling, mathematics or other quantitative discipline Strong problem solving abilities and research skills.

Preferred Education:

Currently pursuing a Master's degree in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences, or other quantitative discipline at an accredited university.