: Associate, U.S. Public Finance - Not-For-Profit Healthcare The Location:
Dallas, TX |San Francisco, CA | New York, NY| Centennial, CO Grade Level:
11 (for internal purposes only) The Team:
The Not-For-Profit Healthcare team maintains a strong culture of analytical excellence and customer service in a supportive and collegial environment. You will work collaboratively with a national team of analysts on a high-profile portfolio of hospital and health system credits. The Impact:
US Public Finance is an important sector of the capital markets and is a key funding source and growth driver for many areas of the US economy. If you are interested in helping to facilitate this growth while challenging yourself in a fast-paced environment, this is the right position for you. This position will give the successful candidate the opportunity to contribute to a strong talent development culture that values integrated and high-impact analysis, service excellence, diversity, and empowerment. What's in it for you:
- Build a career with a global company. This position is a mid-level position, but with expectations for upward mobility.
- You will work on a complex portfolio of credits that will allow you to learn new skill sets
- The Not-For-Profit Healthcare group will provide you with both a macro and micro view of the economy, healthcare landscape and municipal credit. As your career progresses you will have the chance to speak with the media and at conferences or write opinion pieces on the sector.
- We prepare our most successful Associates and Associate Directors to become our future senior analysts that act as spokespersons and senior analytical leaders in sector teams.
- Occasional travel to issuer locations and industry conferences.
What We're Looking For: Basic Qualifications:
- This position is key to maintaining our market relevance and meeting our transaction requirements.
- Review financial and operating statements, economic data, and strategic plans for hospitals, health systems and other healthcare related credits
- As an Associate, you are expected to be a thoughtful contributor to credit committee discussions in your role as either primary analyst, backup, or voter. You will act as the primary analyst for increasingly complex credits and transactions and be an active, vocal voting member of the committee who can synthesize analysis into well-reasoned and well-supported rating recommendations to the rating committee and write strong, concise reports supporting our credit opinion.
- The position requires you to interact with high level C-Suite executives, investors, intermediaries, members of the media, and representatives from industry groups, among others.
- You will be responsible for remaining informed and communicate developments and trends in the sector as a whole by delivering S&P's views and opinions on important issues affecting credit quality in the municipal bond market. You will be expected to publish timely and insightful credit reports as well as thought leadership pieces that are more specific to developments for credits in your portfolio or emerging trends in the sector.
- MBA, MPA, MPP, JD, and/or CFA preferred
- 2-5 years of relevant work experience, with experience in the Muni market a plus
- Ability to think independently and critically with strong analytical curiosity, problem-solving and research skills
- Strong interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills in front of internal and external audiences.
- Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently, with a willingness to expand, learn, and support on team initiatives
- Proactive and organized with excellent time management skills and ability to plan, prioritize, and meet numerous deadlines
- Strong understanding of financial reporting and markets including S&P's analytical products and services
- Proficient in Microsoft Office and aptitude for learning new applications/proprietary software
This role is limited to persons with indefinite right to work in the United States. Compensation/Benefits Information (US Applicants Only):
S&P Global states that the anticipated base salary range for this position is $85,700 to $145,040.
Base salary ranges may vary by geographic location.
This role is eligible to receive S&P Global benefits. For more information on the benefits, we provide to our employees, visit https://www.spgbenefitessentials.com/newhires Return to Work
Have you taken time out for caring responsibilities and are now looking to return to work? As part of our Return-to-Work initiative (link to career site page when available), we are encouraging enthusiastic and talented returners to apply, and will actively support your return to the workplace. About Company Statement: S&P Global Ratings
offers critical insights for credit, risk and sustainable finance solutions that are essential to translating complexity into clarity, so market participants can uncover opportunities.
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202 - Middle Professional (EEO Job Group) (inactive), 20 - Professional (EEO-2 Job Categories-United States of America), RATNGS202.2 - Middle Professional Tier II (EEO Job Group) Job ID:
276454 Posted On:
Dallas, Texas, United States