Supvy Credit and Financial Programs Analyst, GS-0501-15
U.S. DOT/Federal Railroad Administration - Washington, DC

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The position is located in the Federal Railroad Administration†s (FRA), Office of Railroad Policy and Development, Office of Program Delivery, in Washington, DC. The Chief of the Credit and Financial Analysis Division is FRA†s expert in the area of public and private financing, including credit-based transportation capital investment financing. You will lead FRA's subject matter experts and contractors in analyzing financial components of passenger and freight railroad projects applying for funding through various FRA programs such as: Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF), rail-related financing under the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA), High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR), Rail Line Relocation and Rehabilitation, Amtrak Capital and Debt, Amtrak Operating, Disaster Assistance and rail-related projects under the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) program.DUTIES: The Superisory Credit and Financial Programs Analyst:
•Serves as FRA's point of contact for innovative and credit-based finance programs.
•Manages the implementation of FRA†s $35 billion dollar RRIF program including directing the monitoring of compliance and performance for existing loans; and overseeing the review of RRIF applications.
•Develops budgetary requests and supporting data as well as legislative initiatives regarding innovative finance, including credit-based financing, benefiting the rail industry.
•Directs the development of technical aspects of regulations, modifications to regulations, and implementing procedures for rail credit-based financial assistance programs.The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced professional who has an extensive background in financial analysis, project and program management, and is also considered a technical expert in the area of innovative finance and credit-based transportation capital investment financing for the purpose of improving rail transportation.