Predictive Modeler

Company Name:
Dun & Bradstreet
D&B offers exciting career opportunities and we are currently hiring a Predictive Modeler for our Short Hills, NJ location.
Specific responsibilities include:
Solve complex business problems by formulating, developing, and interpreting statistical models and analysis.
Develop prototypes of new solutions.
Conduct R&D for methodology improvement.
Communicate complex analytical results via documentation and presentations.
Work closely with the sales team and clients to make value-added analytical services available to customers.
Identify and evaluate innovative new sources of commercial data and new processes for US data collection to drive evolution of D&B strategy for US data, insight and analytics
As background, this candidate should also possess:
Ph.D. in quantitative disciplines such as Statistics, Economics, Operations Research, and Mathematics.
3+ years of working experiences.
SAS programming skills. Familiarities with other software, such as R, are a plus.
Proven track record of independent thinking & innovative approaches to problem solving
Ability to work in a team environment ability to brainstorm and exchange ideas
Ability to demonstrate strong communication and project management skills
We want you on our team!
At Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), we recognize and reward our employees, and offer them world-class compensation and exceptional benefits packages.
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EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
D&B is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability

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