Sorry that I don't have any names to offer, but I can comment on the position description, since closed.
- According to LinkedIn, there are 130K open "data scientist" positions. That's bigger than pipeline pushing former intakes into the level of responsibility you're looking for. You have to poach from the competition.
- The position describes a sill set on the implementation end of the spectrum, more of a Data Engineer, plus project management, and some mainframe experience would be nice?
- With the EDA/ETL model development/validation of the job, you're looking for someone able to handle three jobs while picking up domain expertise in the credit space on the side?
- From a career perspective, there are high-value places to get a job in terms of the potential to make the connection leading to career advances and there are places off the mainline. I had a very hard time recruiting finance lawyers from Wall Street to Seattle for just that reason.
It's been a long time since there has been a job seller's market. While it lasts employers are going to have to rethink their strategies.