Area Overview: The Supervisory Policy and Strategy (SPS) Function within the Bank Supervision Group is comprised of the following departments: Accounting Policy; Capital Policy and Analysis; Consumer Compliance; Cybersecurity Policy; Global Banking Policy and Analysis (GBPA); Payments and Markets Infrastructure Policy; and Recovery and Resolution Policy. Staff across the function contribute to policy development, financial analysis and the development and execution of supervisory programs.
GBPA is comprised of three teams:
Global Banking Analysis (GBA), responsible for monitoring and reporting on key global banking developments and trends and producing deep-dive analyses on global bank developments to inform policymaking and on-site supervision;
Global Banking Policy (GBP), responsible for overseeing the Bank's international banking policy efforts through the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision; and
Financial Sector Risk, responsible for assessing financial sector risk issues between banks and non-banks.
The posting is for the Team Lead position for GBA.
Set the team's strategic direction and analytical priorities.
Present to senior stakeholders across the Bank, FRS management groups and other relevant fora (e.g., Policy Forum).
Continue to build the team's collaboration with analysts from across portfolios (LISCC, LFBO, RCFI, FMI) and the Bank.
Oversee the team's work products and manage all aspects of team members' performance management and career development.
Provide subject matter expertise in banking analysis and apply that expertise in setting the team's analytical priorities and overseeing the team's work products.
Collaborate closely with colleagues across the GBPA Department and SPS to contribute policy-relevant quantitative analysis.
Actively support the Bank`s diversity agenda and hold self and others accountable for making the Bank an inclusive workplace.
Qualifications: Job Requirements: The successful candidate should possess the following:
Bachelor's Degree is required. Masters or relevant work experience is preferable;
Minimum 8 years of relevant work experience;
Experience monitoring and analyzing global banking issues and systemic risks; background knowledge of global macroeconomic and market developments a plus;
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills demonstrated by the ability to assimilate information, understand new and complex topics and integrate data and technical details;
Prior people or project management experience;
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to explain complex topics for differing audiences;
Strong experience with data maintenance, manipulation, analysis and visualization;
Ability to build collaborative working relationships with all levels of staff and management and across organizations;
Solid organizational skills, including the ability to coordinate among, and communicate with, various stakeholders and to adapt to changing priorities effectively; and
Strong attention to detail.
T his position requires access to confidential supervisory information, which is limited to "Protected Individuals" as defined in the U.S. federal immigration law. Protected Individuals include, but are not limited to, U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, U.S. permanent residents who are not yet eligible to apply for naturalization, and U.S. permanent residents who have applied for naturalization within six months of being eligible to do so.
To Apply: All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample through the Bank's FedCareers website and apply to req Job # 260464.
Application Deadline: Monday July 22nd, 2019 Cover Letters highlighting how your background aligns to the position is preferred.
Internal Number: 6085533
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