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Consumer Financial Protection Analyst (RAMPS Analyst)

Division/Office:
Supervision, Enforcement, & Fair Lending - Supervision Examinations
Closing date:
Location:
Washington, DC
Grades:
51, 52, 53 See information on grades and base pay ranges
Salary:
$82,573–169,108
Who may apply:
Open to All US Citizens (Competitive service – Permanent), Open to status candidates (Competitive service - Permanent)

Summary

This job will close when we have received 150 applications which may be sooner than the closing date.

This position is located at Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. As a Consumer Financial Protection Analyst (RAMPS Analyst), you will be responsible for conducting examinations of large bank and nonbank financial services companies to assess compliance with the requirements of Federal consumer financial law; obtaining information about the activities and compliance systems or procedures of these entities; and detecting and assessing risks to consumers & to markets.

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Responsibilities

The following are the duties of the Reporting, Analytics, Monitoring, Prioritization and Scheduling (RAMPS) Analyst position at the CN-53, broadly equivalent to the GS-13. If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position.

  1. Lead in the development, implementation, and operation of tools and systems to support the CFPB's supervisory reporting, risk analytics, monitoring, prioritization, and scheduling processes. Participate and lead in cross functional working groups with internal and external partners to develop policies and procedures.
  2. Lead in the development and delivery of reporting and analytics on supervisory activities for senior CFPB leadership and externally reported performance metrics.
  3. Lead in the production and development of reports based on data analytics that promote efficient use of Bureau resources and close adherence to examinations policy and provides technical data structure and analysis assistance to Supervision stakeholders.
  4. Apply comprehensive knowledge of consumer financial protection issues and the federal consumer protection laws and regulations governing these issues to, among other things, develop and implement policies, procedures, and training programs to provide strategic and analytical support regarding key systems and projects on system analytics; exam reporting; and entity monitoring, prioritization, and exam scheduling.
  5. Lead in the development and delivery of in-person and web-based trainings to examination and Headquarters staff as needed.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required (1-5 travel nights a month)

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Open to All US Citizens (Competitive service – Permanent)

Applications will be accepted from all U.S. citizens.

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Open to status candidates (Competitive service - Permanent)

Current Federal employees on career or career-conditional appointments and reinstatement eligible. Current federal employees on permanent competitive service appointments (including current CFPB employees on such appointments), or former federal employees with reinstatement eligibility; or ICTAP Eligibles; or Eligible under special hiring authorities (e.g., individuals with disabilities, covered by an interchange agreement, or Eligible under the Veterans Employment Opportunity Act). Current CFPB employee should check their appointment type before applying to an announcement.

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