Supervisory examiners are an integral part of the Safety and Soundness management team and have direct responsibility for examination field staff (from P1 to P6) in terms of daily performance and career development. Their responsibilities include coordinating staff development for direct reports and less experienced examiners and oversee administrative responsibilities related to their assigned team. In addition, supervisory examiners are generally subject matter experts and provide technical support and expertise as needed.
-Lead and serve on field examinations.
-Manage conflicts that arise on field assignments and promote a team atmosphere and an environment of inclusion, trust, and respect.
-Serve as a mentor/coach for assigned staff members by providing timely feedback and candid advice.
-Oversee the performance management process for assigned staff members and assess ongoing performance throughout the year that includes:
Developing personal performance plans,
Identifying key core competencies,
Setting developmental objectives,
Providing and receiving feedback on assigned staff members, and
Documenting the status and final performance reviews.
-Hold a minimum of three face-to-face meetings with direct reports during the PMP cycle (more interaction on an informal basis is expected), which will include business planning, mid-year status, and the final performance assessment for the year.
-Work with the Training Coordinator and the Safety and Soundness Scheduler to schedule schools and outside training opportunities for assigned staff.
-Regularly interact with other supervisory examiners to improve communication and the dissemination of information to Department staff.
-Routinely attend and actively participate in Field Management Group meetings to discuss staff development, scheduling, personnel, and other Department issues.
-Communicate material personnel issues to the Field Management Group to ensure appropriate action is taken and that all supervisory examiners and Bank officers are informed of material personnel issues that may require disciplinary action.
-Participate in salary administration including: merit increases, performance recognition awards and promotions.
-Participate in Officer and Manager meetings to discuss Department and Division issues.
-Participate in Supervisory Risk Committee meetings to discuss issues facing financial institutions.
-Participate in Bank-wide management meetings and training opportunities when available.
-Look for process improvements to enhance effectiveness and efficiency where appropriate.
-Participate in occasional special projects, including System projects when available.
-Foster an environment in which employees are actively encouraged to identify and implement departmental and Bank-wide quality improvement initiatives.
-Perform other relevant job duties as assigned.
-Bachelor's degree required, graduate degree preferred. Must be a Commissioned Examiner.
-Minimum of 10 years of experience supervising banks and/or bank holding companies in a regulatory environment; acting as an Examiner In Charge on complex assignments; and managing and developing examination staff.
-Ability to analyze financial and business information and to draw conclusions supported by analysis.
-Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
-Strong critical thinking skills, including sound judgment, conflict resolution, and the ability to juggle multiple tasks and priorities.
-Demonstrated interest in coaching and mentoring peers.
-Experience with Microsoft Office Products.
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