There is one vacancy that will be located in either Foxboro or Springfield, MA.
THIS IS A TEMPORARY PROMOTION FOR 6 MONTHS. This temporary promotion may be ended earlier or extended for up to 6 months based on management's needs. It may also be made permanent without further competition. If the temporary promotion is not made permanent and its duration is one year or less, the employee will be returned to a position that is comparable to his/her permanent position (i.e., same series, grade, and duty location) in the same or successor division/office. If, however, the temporary promotion is not made permanent, is to a position in a different division or office from the employee's permanent organization, and exceeds one year (including extensions beyond one year of initial temporary promotion appointments of one year or less), the employee will not be returned to his/her permanent position of record. Instead, the employee will be placed in a comparable permanent position (at the same grade, pay and duty station) in the organization where the temporary assignment has been located. Since an extension of a temporary promotion beyond one (1) year will directly impact the employee's return rights to his/her permanent organization, the employee must concur in advance with any extension of the temporary promotion beyond one (1) year.
At the end of the temporary promotion, the employee's basic pay will be set at the rate received prior to being temporarily promoted, regardless of length of the temporary promotion. Pay rate shall be increased to reflect pay increases (if any) received while temporarily promoted, as long as the resulting rate does not exceed the new range maximum.
The range of pay shown includes base pay plus supplemental locality adjustments. The locality rates for these duty locations range from a low of (22.59%) to a high of (25.20%). Pay will vary by grade level and the locality rate for the geographic location where the position is located. For more on FDIC locality rates, click here.
Incumbent may be relocated to any duty location to meet management needs.
This position requires occasional overnight travel.
- The incumbent serves as part of the Field Territory management team and is responsible for planning, developing, managing, directing and coordinating the work of a team of Examiners.
- As first line supervisor the incumbent determines employee training/developmental needs; (b) assists employees in preparing individual development plans; (c) monitors employee progress in meeting developmental goals; (d) evaluates employee performance; and (e) provides employees with ongoing feedback on their performance.
- Counsels Examiners on policy, procedure law, regulations, examination techniques, and other matters relating to the technical and administrative aspects of their work. Responsible for the quality of reports of examination produced by Examiners assigned to the team.
- Conducts compliance examinations and CRA evaluations of insured depository institutions, including examinations of insured depository institutions that exhibit problem characteristics. Assists in the completion of examinations. As circumstances dictate and as directed the Field Supervisor, maintains contact with Risk Management counterpart for the purpose of coordinating examinations and supervisory activities.
- Meets with insured depository institution officials and/or boards of directors to discuss the findings of examinations.
- Performs other related assignments as the needs of the Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection dictate. This may involve working on special projects or other activities and serving on temporary duty assignments in other offices of the FDIC.
To qualify at the CG-13 level a candidate must have 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the grade 12 level in the Federal service. Specialized experience is experience as a Commissioned Compliance Examiner that has provided the candidate with the knowledge and ability to perform consumer protection and CRA examinations of insured depository institutions as well as coach the development of a team of examiners performing consumer protection and CRA examinations.
To qualify at the CM-1 level a candidate must have 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the grade 13 level in the Federal service. Specialized experience is experience as a Commissioned Compliance Examiner that has provided the candidate with the knowledge and ability to plan, direct and manage consumer protection and CRA examinations of insured depository institutions as well as coach the development of a team of examiners performing consumer protection and CRA examinations of insured depository institutions.
There is no substitution of education for the required experience qualification requirements above.
Applicants must have met the qualification requirements (including selective placement factors - if any) for this position by the closing date OR within 30 calendar days of the closing date to be eligible for this position.
Applicants eligible for CTAP (Career Transition Assistance Program) or ICTAP (Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program) must achieve a score of 85 or higher in the online assessment to be determined "well qualified" for this position. For more information, click here .
Completion of Confidential Financial Disclosure may be required.
Moderate Risk Position - Minimum Background Investigation (MBI) required.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Your resume will be reviewed, including the online assessment questionnaire, to assess your ability to perform this job. Top ranked candidates will be referred to the selecting official for further review and consideration. If you rated yourself higher than what is supported by your resume, your overall qualifications assessment may be adversely affected.
The assessment questionnaire is designed to measure your ability in the following competencies/knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs):
1. Knowledge of regulatory banking theory and practice, banking and commercial law, economics, and consumer protection laws and regulations and guidance.
2. Knowledge of management, supervisory and administrative principles, policies and practices to supervise a compliance examination staff.
3. Ability to review and process Reports of Examination produced by examiners assigned to the team.
4. Knowledge of the Corporation's organization, rules, regulations, procedures, and administrative policies and laws relating to financial institution examinations and other financial institution supervisory matters.
5. Skill in directing, coordinating, and reviewing the work of others.
You do not need to respond separately to these KSAs. Your answers to the online questionnaire and resume will serve as responses to the KSAs.
To preview questions please click here .
Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) employees who have transferred from the OTS to the FDIC under the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act will retain their existing OTS benefits for a period of 12 months. Retirement benefits, to include participation in the OTS Savings Plan (if applicable), will be retained indefinitely.
In addition to the regular benefits offered by Federal agencies, the FDIC offers additional benefits to its employees. These benefits, some at minimal cost, are some of the best and most competitive in both the private and public sectors.
To find out more, click here .
Relocation benefits may be provided in accordance with FDIC's General Travel Regulations.
Additional selections may be made from this vacancy announcement to fill identical vacancies that occur subsequent to this announcement.
If selected, you may be required to serve a trial period.
If selected, you may be required to serve a supervisory/managerial probationary period.
To read about your rights and responsibilities as an applicant for Federal employment, click here .
Financial Institution Examiners must maintain the highest personal ethical standards as provided in Part 336 of the FDIC's Rules and Regulations, (Employee Responsibilities and Conduct). Financial Institution Examiners must comply with Section 3201.102 of SupplementalStandards of Ethical Conduct for FDIC Employees (5 CFR Part 3201), which, in part, prohibits them and their immediate families from accepting certain credit from State nonmember banks.
All Financial Institution Examiners are prohibited from the following:
1. Obtaining a loan or a line of credit from any insured state nonmember bank or its subsidiaries. Any extensions of credit held by the Examiner, the Examiner's spouse, or any dependent children are direct or indirect extensions of credit to the Examiner.
a. Loans for a primary residence are permissible. The Examiner must not participate in any examination of that institution with which he holds the primary residence loan, and a "cooling off" period is required before negotiating a loan for a primary residence from any institution the Examiner has examined.
b. No restrictions on obtaining credit cards issued under the same terms and conditions available to the public from an insured state nonmember bank either within or outside of their field office of assignment.
2. Participating in any examination, or other matter, involving an insured depository institution or any person with whom the Examiner has an outstanding loan or line of credit.
3. Performing any service for compensation with any bank, or for any officer, director, or employee thereof, or for any person connected therewith.
4. Disclosing any confidential information from a bank examination report except as authorized by law.
5. Soliciting or accepting any gift from a prohibited source or because of the Examiner's official position.
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