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Good Company to work for
Business Analyst Sr (Current Employee), Los Angels, CAJune 10, 2015
Overall the FED is a great company to work for with good benefits, 401 and pension plan. Fast pace work environment to keep you very engaged.
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Good organization - good people
Police Technician (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CAJune 1, 2015
• Answer emergency and non-emergency telephone calls in the Police Communications Center; interview callers to obtain essential information; record data and critical information on incidents, as they develop
• Analyze calls for priority level of police or medical response; take or recommend an effective course of action to protect life and property
• Provide information to police field units; order services requested by field units; dispatch and/or cancel field unit backup assistance; monitor field units for service availability
• Operate sophisticated computer-aided dispatch radio and telephone systems; accurately enter information into the computer or police blotter of all incidents occurring during their shift
• Broadcast calls for service to police officers and civilian employees working in the field; carefully and simultaneously, track the activities of police officers and civilians to determine their status and ensure their safety
• Maintain composure and professionalism when dealing with hostile or frightened callers; during stressful or rapidly changing situations
• Assist in the daily operation of the security camera system
• Maintain various security logs and department records and perform other associated administrative tasks
• Monitor the movement of all personnel on premises to control restricted and sensitive area access, both directly and through the use of surveillance cameras and card access devices
• Adhere to System, District and Department Police Services policies and procedures
• Screen incoming personnel for appropriate entrance authorization
• Demonstrate knowledge of emergency response procedures for fire, earthquake and other disasters
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Secure job with great work life balance
Manager (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAMay 7, 2015
Pros: great benefits, large scale projects, stable employment
Cons: could have difficult management, not progressive
Your experience will largely depend on the area you work in and your management. The best part of the job is that you could be working on efforts that are very large in scale and make an enormous impact. It is a very traditional political organization and it could take time to implement new processes or technology.
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Ruthless mean management.
CASH (Former Employee), LAFebruary 7, 2015
Pros: benefits
Cons: management
I started working at the FRB on 1/1995 and got laid off 10/29/2012, what amazes me still is their coldness, my last day was also my birthday and during the day there was a party in the office for me, most bank officers including Janet Yellen send me a small greeting card, after lunch the same officers call me and tell me about the involuntary termination.
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high productive and fun place to work
Senior Consultant (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CADecember 26, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits
high productive and fun place to work

Oversaw three-shift Currency processing, and vault operations in a high-security environment, with currency and coin transactions for 500+ depository institutions (banks) in California, Nevada and Arizona.
Oversaw Administration function for Cash department, including daily settlement and statistical reporting to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Managed combined annual budget of $10.8M and staff of two assistant managers, six supervisor, 2 analysts and 120 operations employees
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Productive, challenging and wonderful work conditions.
Accounting Specialist III (Former Employee), San Francisco, CADecember 18, 2014
Pros: great benefits
The best benefits and the best co-workers to work with as team members or just to know by face. Upper management are wonderful and I enjoyed my career with the Federal Reserve Bank for 34 years.
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I miss this place, we have subsidized cafeteria, we get free transportation and most of all we have a gym.
Research & Adjustment Operation Specialist III (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAFebruary 24, 2014
i look forward in coming in to work.
i enjoyed every min of it
managements are very flexible and interacts with employees
hardest part is when i was notified that our department is moving to Portland.

Enjoyable is when we get freebies from the bank and lots more.
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Consistant job with growth opportunities
Check processor (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAJanuary 23, 2014
Pros: great benefits, gym on site
Cons: commute
Process checks on a day to day basis. Learned the banking industry and was recognized for hard work. Trained people and returned items. The hardest part of the job was working with people who were not motivated. The best part of the job was just working.
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great place to work
QA Lead (Former Employee), San Francisco, CANovember 19, 2013
great place to work
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Money money money
Cash Processor II (Former Employee), Seattle, WAOctober 25, 2013
Pros: salary
Cons: boring/ monotonous
Processed rooms full of money through machinery, checked for counterfeit notes, accounted for where each dollar went (shred, counterfeit, boxed up), boxed up good money to go back out to banks.

About Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco provides wholesale banking services to financial institutions in the nine western states – Read more

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