Deadline: 2 January 2017
Global Climate Fund (GCF) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Credit Risk Specialist in Songdo, South Korea. The duration of this post is 3 years.
The Credit Risk Specialist will conduct financial analysis on public and private-side organizations to assess their creditworthiness and ability to honor their financial obligations.
The mission of the Green Climate Fund is to expand collective human action to respond to climate change – the defining challenge of our time.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Credit Risk Specialist will perform the following functions-
- Assess external and internal credit information and assign internal risk ratings to entities, projects and programmes.
- Engage the business functions to provide inputs on credit risk to be utilized for structuring projects.
- Supporting the GCF team that includes the Board, Risk Management Committee and Senior Management for them to effectively fulfill their duties.
- Conduct annual or as needed reviews of credit ratings and provide updates to management and business teams.
- Responsible for continuous updates of credit assessment templates and metrics used to assess risk.
- Maintain and store credit documents in IT systems.
- Other tasks as needed.
Applicants must have-
- Master’s degree in a technical or related field (engineering, econometrics, actuarial science etc.) complemented by an MBA / CFA / CPA / FRM or other Professional Designation preferred.
- Minimum 11 years of experience in financial risk management, with a minimum of 8 years in credit analysis, preferably in financial institution/corporate complemented with experience in different asset classes (debt, equities, guarantees, derivatives).
- Exceptional analytical skills complemented by strong writing skills, ability to work in multi-cultural environments and strong political sensitivity.
- Accounting, Finance, Ratio analysis, Statistics, Economics, Financial statement analysis and Risk assessment skills.
- Experience with credit scoring models.
- Experience with assessing cross-border transactions into developing markets.
- Experience dealing with multilateral institutions, regulators, managing risk policies and international funds is a plus.
- Fluency in English is essential and knowledge of another United Nations language is an advantage.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their CV and a letter of interest in a single PDF file via email given on the website.
For more information, please download the PDF GCF.