Open to CFPB employees only (Competitive service permanent)
This position is located in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Office of Enforcement. Enforcement is responsible for investigating potential violations of federal consumer financial laws and bringing formal enforcement actions to enforce federal consumer financial laws in administrative proceedings before administrative law judges or civil actions in federal court.
Assist the Assistant Director and Chief of Staff in monitoring
the status of investigation, projects, and deliverables throughout the Office
and ensures deadlines are met and bringing issues of timeliness to management’s
attention. May lead or manage project teams in accomplishing program goals.
Conduct detailed assessments of program performance or related issues for
substantive programs that contribute to the accomplishment of the mission of
the Office. Work involves managing projects and deliverables to respond to
emerging policy or executive or external mandates or events. Assessments may
also include impact analyses of program changes on other offices, agencies, or
governments. Assessments may include proposals for new approaches for
monitoring, managing, or evaluating critical programs.
Manage multiple projects and tracks progress of a large number
of fast-moving projects. Study particular problems of a highly sensitive nature
and identifies areas of concern. Develops substantive recommendations for
changes in programs in accordance with the policies of the Assistant Directors,
CFPB and senior management. Coordinate sensitive project plans with other CFPB
components to implement changes, correct problems and enhance program
Assist the Assistant Director and Chief of Staff in program
planning and alignment activities. Constantly monitor all CFPB and Office of
Enforcement operating policies, procedures and guidelines to ensure alignment
with established and emerging goals and objectives, and recommends
organizational structures to optimize efficient decision-making, operations,
and accomplishment of stated goals and objectives. Research best practices from
other agencies and the private sector that are relevant to current
Participate in assessments of performance of the Office of
Enforcement by serving as primary Enforcement staff member charged with
tracking internal and external metrics. Use metrics to conduct assessments in
response to emerging policy or executive mandates or events.
preparation of written materials and data compilation for various internal and
external performance reviews and requested updates generated by the Office of
Enforcement. Assist in the preparation of documents to comply with these
responsibilities, including with preparation of the annual CFPB Strategic Plan,
Budget, and Performance Plan report. Communicate with members of the
Enforcement staff and other offices in the Bureau to ensure accurate and timely
submissions of relevant documents, collaborates to reconcile differences, and
elevates issues to appropriate personnel for decision.
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