Associate Analyst, Credit Risk

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Location: WASHINGTON, DC, United States
Organization: Exelon Business Servcs Co, LLC
Job ID: 234483
Date Posted: Feb 3, 2022
Job: Accounting & Finance

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Exelon will provide you the tools and resources you need to design, build and enhance a successful career. We are also dedicated to motivating the success of our employees through competitive base salary, incentives, and health and retirement benefits.

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The Associate Credit Analyst is primarily responsible for both governing and oversight of the credit, collateral, and collection practices related to Commercial & Industrial (C&I) Customers and performing all credit and collateral related activities in the electric and gas default procurement and choice programs at the utilities.  Responsibilities will include assessing, analyzing, and mitigating utility credit matters as it relates to electric, renewable energy credit suppliers, and Commercial and Industrial customers.  A significant amount of the position’s time and responsibility will be focused on analyzing C&I customers’ creditworthiness in order to obtain deposits and to manage the daily margining process related to electric and gas procurement suppliers.


  1. Work directly with utility revenue management groups to ensure effective monitoring of the creditworthiness of all C&I customers through usage of a watchlist and obtain deposits, where applicable
  2. Perform the daily mark to market (MTM) and margining function at each of the respective utility’s energy procurements 
  3. Perform a lead role in aggregating exposure across utility C&I customers via PowerBi to generate various credit reports across the company
  4. Administer and support credit related activities associated with electric and gas procurements, customer choice programs, and extension projects
  5. Generate ideas and proposals to further automate current tasks within the enterprise team


In addition to the above, the  Associate Credit Analyst is responsible for: 
•    Perform the daily mark to market and margining function at each of the respective utility’s energy procurements.
•    Alert Risk and Utility operating company management of early warning signals of potential high-risk C&I counterparties / customers and assist in risk mitigation activities through maintaining utility watchlists
•    Provide firm C&I customer deposit recommendations to respective utility revenue management groups based on creditworthiness assessments and support in resulting customer calls.
•    Negotiate credit terms and conditions, participate in customer calls to assess counterparty creditworthiness, perform customer visits, where applicable.
•    Administer and support all credit and risk activities associated with wholesale electric and gas procurements, gas and electric choice programs, and extension projects.
•    Assist in the implementation of a unified utility margining platform.
•    Perform a lead role in the utilization of PowerBi to aggregate exposure across utility C&I customers and generate various credit reports across the company
•    Develop strong relationships between Enterprise Credit and the Utility operating companies.



•    BS in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, or a related degree 
•     1-2 years of experience in a finance or analytics role
•    Strong spreadsheet financial modeling skills
•    Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills with ability to handle multiple duties
•    Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with utility, corporate, and functional partners, external counterparties, vendors, and senior level executives within the organization  
•    Must be self-motivated and possess excellent time management skills
•    Ability to execute multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
•    Confidence in navigating ambiguous scenarios to arrive at thoughtful solutions.
•    Always curious, open minded, and pragmatic in assessing current processes and ideating innovation and process improvement efforts  


•    Understanding of credit and risk management fundamentals
•    Credit and Collections experience
•    Computer programming (i.e., R, Python,  SQL, PowerBi, Tableau) language experience or a desire to obtain these skills in year one
•    General knowledge of the electric/gas utility business
•    General understanding of Mark to Market calculations and valuations of forward contract positions


Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.

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