This position is located in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Supervision, Enforcement and Fair Lending Division.
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As a Commissioned Compliance Examiner, you will:
- Conduct and lead the most complex supervisory work. The employee evaluates adequacy of compliance management systems and programs at regulated entities, assesses compliance with applicable laws and regulations and potential impact on consumers, and conducting reviews to determine that the regulated entity does not have unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices. Identify very complex and/or novel potential violations, issues, or discriminatory acts or practices and linkages between practices and consumer protection statutes. The incumbent develops, presents and discusses examination and supervisory activity findings, recommendations, and required corrective actions with regulated entities senior management or board of directors, as well as Bureau senior leaders. Conduct necessary follow-up activities.
- Serve as a technical expert. The employee applies an expert knowledge of regulated entity operations, the regulations under the Bureau’s jurisdiction, accounting and finance principles, and the financial industry landscape. The incumbent nimbly and frequently transitions from one assignment to another, bringing technical expertise to whatever supervisory activity is a priority for the organization. Review regulations, policies, and procedures, as needed, to ensure the development, implementation and potential revision meet the needs of the Office.
- Train, mentor and coach other staff, sharing technical knowledge and experience in on-the-job and instructional settings with others who are learning the work. Share deep and unique subject matter expertise that comes with extensive experience in particular product lines or supervisory processes. The employee functions as a team lead, dividing out assignments for a particular effort and ensuring a successful outcome for the team.
- Proactively assist Field Managers with the communication needs stemming from supervisory activities. The incumbent maintains effective communication within the Bureau and with our external partners, such as other regulators at the state and Federal levels. S/he coordinates appropriately and collaboratively to ensure the best possible outcome and that necessary follow-up activities take place. The incumbent may represent the Bureau at internal speaking engagements.
- Assess risk of regulated entities. The incumbent evaluates and reviews various product lines, information technology programs, audit reports, institution training materials and records, other key institution documents, and consumer complaint data to assess risk levels at regulated entities. Through monitoring and other strategic supervisory enhancements, prepares entity profiles and risk assessments that strengthen the Office’s data used for Field Market Intelligence to ensure effective prioritization and scheduling each year.
76% or greater - All examiners will be required to perform extensive overnight travel. It is expected that examiners may travel outside of their regular duty location for 76% or more of their regular work schedule.