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       Warranty Model Lead

  •    Irvine, CA

Job ID#: 1209

Category: Finance

Position Type

Contractor (W-2)

Positions Available

3

Job Description

Location: 100% Remote

Schedule: 8 hours per day on average (in MT, PT, ET, CT) with flexibility but depending on business needs (as early as 8 PT and late as 8 PM PT) Monday-Friday

The Warranty Model, Lead performs the following functions for the Commercial Finance team:

  • Acts as a liaison between our client's Reliability Data Scientist and Commercial Finance team to refine and enhance our client's vehicle Warranty Model, which is built in Databricks and coded in Python.
  • Scales the Warranty Model to include new cohorts, vehicle variants, and other products.
  • Maintains fidelity of the Warranty Model inputs and assumptions.
  • Ensures that the warranty model complies with accounting standards, SOX controls, and is actuarially sound.
  • Performs and coordinates Warranty Model updates.
  • Reviews and monitors warranty data through automated reports and dashboards.
  • Prepares and presents insightful analyses to support leadership in decision-making.
  • Supports internal and external audit requests.
  • Supports SEC financial reporting requirement requests.

Job Requirements

The following credentials are required for this role:

  • Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Statistics, or related field
  • 6+ years of warranty experience
  • Proficiency with data mining, mathematics, and statistical analysis
  • Experience with Excel, PowerPoint, Tableau, SQL, and programming languages (ex: Java/Python)
  • Analytical mind with strong conceptual and critical thinking skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
Top Skills/Responsibilities:

  • Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Data Science, Statistics, or related field
  • 6+ years of warranty experience
  • Experience with Excel, PowerPoint, Tableau, SQL, and programming languages (Python)
  • Experience with Actuarial concepts and usage

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