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Quantitative Analyst II – new

Citizens Financial Group Glen Allen, VA

Responsible for organizing, analyzing, compiling, interpreting and reporting data to improve operating procedures and/or related systems relative to… Citizens Financial Group


10 days ago

Sr Quantitative Analyst - Model Validation

Citizens Financial Group Boston, MA

The successful candidate will join the Model Risk Management and Validation Group (MRM&V). MRM&V performs analytical independent reviews and… Citizens Financial Group


10 days ago

Quantitative Analyst, CCAR Model Validation

Citizens Financial Group Boston, MA

The successful candidate will join the Model Risk Management and Validation Group (MRM&V). MRM&V performs analytical independent reviews and… Citizens Financial Group


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    Good, not great yet.

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    Current Employee - Assistant Vice President in Cranston, RI
    Current Employee - Assistant Vice President in Cranston, RI

    I have been working at Citizens Bank full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Strong employee culture -- colleagues believe in and value the Credo. Autonomous work environment. Ability to balance work needs and family needs. Great benefits -- PTO is so good, many colleagues stay just for that.

    Cons

    Amorphous goals. Lack of long-term thinking -- executive leadership moves from one emergency to another. Cutting costs to hit revenue goals. Managers are unable to get rid of negative employees who are poisoning an otherwise healthy team. Using contractors in the place of permanent employees for non-project work that lasts in excess of 2-years. Annual pay increases at or below inflation -- good employees are leaving because other companies are willing to pay them what they're worth. Internal promotions will get only the minimum of the pay range for that role, whereas new hires for the same position will be paid at the middle or top of the range.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Realize that you can't cut your way to long-term growth. Free up managers to enact positive effects on their teams.

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