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Business Analyst
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Encore Capital | San Diego, CA
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Job Description

Here at MCM, we believe in excellence; our instinct to think differently, embrace new perspectives, and generate fresh ideas is relentless. Diversity fuels our innovation; we unite our talents and focus on breakthrough results through genuine, constructive and open collaboration. We're diverse, inclusive and open to new ideas. We set high expectations and consistently achieve them, which contributes to the company growth we've had in our challenging market. Are you ready to go the extra 1%? If so, we want you on our team! The Business Analyst is responsible for using data extraction tools to perform in-depth analysis of programs and opportunities in the business. The Business Analyst will recommend/implement methods for increasing the company's efficiency and profitability, analyze the company's business model and use the findings to make recommendations for improvement. In addition, this role is responsible for creating and monitoring reports to identify trends, issues and opportunities. Responsibilities: Act as a Consultant to the business by driving new strategies and ideas. Be part of a dynamic team that is central to all decisions which are made within the organization. Work on challenging and rewarding projects in a highly collaborative environment. Present data driven business recommendations to other team members as well as executive-level management. Collaborate with multiple departments to identify challenges and opportunities within the organization and ultimately provide solutions that help achieve the business' goals. Skills: Strong analytical, quantitative and communication skills are must-have traits. Ability to understand the importance of business issues and operations within the organization and the industry's competitive environment. The ability to work with, educate, and advise other teams. Self-starter looking for opportunities to lead others. Previous internship or full-time consultative experience to include business analysis and critical thinking a plus. Experience working with and persuading senior decision makers preferred. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in a Quantitative field. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, such as advanced Excel and PowerPoint. Experience in forecasting, budgeting and financial analysis combined with understanding of key performance indicators. MCM will consider applicants who need visa sponsorship for the position of Analyst. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brGI04Zokdw&feature=youtu.be Position StatusFull time Established in 1953, Midland Credit Management, Inc. (MCM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Encore Capital Group, Inc., is a specialty finance company providing debt recovery solutions for consumers across a broad range of assets. We are the market leader in portfolio purchasing and recovery in the United States, and we lead the industry with consumer-centric practices that drive results. We have operations in India, Costa Rica, and 35 US Sites.

About Encore Capital

Encore Capital Group, Inc. is a systems-driven purchaser and manager of charged-off consumer receivable portfolios and, through its wholly owned subsidiary Ascension Capital Group, Inc. (Ascension), a provider of bankruptcy services to the finance industry. The Company acquires receivable portfolios at deep discounts from their face values using its valuation process that is based upon an analysis of the individual consumer attributes of the underlying accounts. The receivable portfolios it purchases consist primarily of unsecured, charged-off domestic consumer credit card, auto loan deficiency and telecom receivables purchased from national financial institutions, retail credit corporations, telecom companies and resellers of such portfolios. Acquisitions of receivable portfolios are financed from operating cash flows and by borrowings from third parties. (Source: 10-K)