JOE - April 2013

Board of Governors
Position Title/Short Description
Title: Economist
Section: 5 -- Full-Time Nonacademic
Location: Washing, DC, USA
JEL Classification: 00 -- Default: Any Field
Deadline Information: This position is open until filled.
Deadline Date: 04/2013

JOE ID Number: 201304_398674

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Manages the daily operations of one or more supervisory programs and sections. Provides leadership in the development of the section and staff. Schedules workload, establishes priorities, assigns projects, sets quality standards, and monitors progress. Leads, motivates, and coaches staff. Fosters teamwork ensures that current section programs meet the Board's and division's business
goals and recommends new programs. Identifies the needs and risks of the division and/or Board as they relate to the section(s). Directs research and analysis of significant issues relevant to the section(s). Serves as a member of the division's management team. Coordinates, reviews, and
recommends to senior management operational changes and personnel actions. Responsible for communicating section policies and procedures, and seeks advice from senior management when developing new policies and procedures. Embodies a strong customer service philosophy.

Requires managerial, analytical, and technical skills typically acquired through completion of a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in finance, economics, or other applicable areas, plus eight years of specialized experience in Board/System supervisory and examination processes, policies, and procedures. Demonstrates strong managerial and leadership skills necessary to direct
staff and assess performance, set priorities, and allocate resources. Strong knowledge about Federal Reserve supervisory reporting requirements and bank and bank holding company financial analysis techniques. Must be able to understand and manage the union of computerized systems and bank supervisory needs. In addition, must have well developed communications, administrative, and planning skills.

This job posting is being posted to recruit for managers in the following sections: Quantitative Risk and Stress Testing.Quantitative Risk: Expertise in risk management modelling as used in large banks preferred. Stress Testing: Demonstrated expertise in the area of trading and counterparty risk and related modeling techniques, through some combination of industry, regulatory, or academic
experience. Strong project management experience. Familiarity with stress testing models for
trading and counterparty risk would be preferred.
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