This position is located in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Supervision, Enforcement and Fair Lending Division. The Regional Supervision Analyst assists regional management and field staff in a variety of very complex activities and functions necessary to monitor and carry out the Bureau’s supervisory responsibilities and reports to an Assistant Regional Director.
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The following are the duties of this 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.
- Provide leadership for and conduct very complex analysis of the financial marketplace, regulations and entities and diverse analytical projects. Work across managerial and functional lines of authority, frequently leading novel analytical projects.
- Conduct research and use quantitative and qualitative data analysis regarding the status of specific entities, institutional product lines, or developing trends and emerging issues in the financial services environment. Use advanced qualitative research and quantitative analysis methods, as appropriate, to draft deliverables that keep staff informed of trends and issues. Prepare issue papers, memoranda, correspondence, and other materials for senior regional leadership decision making regarding the oversight of depository and non-depository financial institutions (“regulated entities”).
- Provide authoritative advice and recommend courses of action and related risks and benefits. Such recommendations may involve novel, sensitive, and very complex topics related to financial consumer protection issues, the Bureau’s supervisory strategy to respond to them, and the Bureau’s overarching supervision priorities.
- May participate on- and off-site in complex reviews and supervisory activities, as needed, such as reviewing responses on Matters Requiring Attention and formulating recommendations for regional management.
- Provide leadership in identifying gaps, emerging needs, and proposed improvements in tracking and reporting on the regional supervisory process (e.g., prioritization, monitoring).
Occasional travel - 6-10 nights per month