Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
CAU Hourly Analyst','254377','Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco','CA-San Francisco','','Full-time','Temporary','Non-exempt','Non-exempt','Experienced','','','No','Day Job','','','Tier II - Credit Check','Tier II - Credit Check','','','','!*!SUMMARY OF THE JOB:
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is seeking a self-driven, team-oriented individual to serve as a part-time country/banking analyst for the Country Analysis Unit (CAU) to work on economic, financial sector, and banking supervisory issues related to the economies in Asia. CAU is responsible for evaluating the financial capacity of foreign banks operating within the 12th district, identifying regional and country risks within Asia, and focusing supervisory resources to mitigate the impact of such risks. CAU also assists the Federal Reserve System in developing and implementing effective supervisory strategies and policies relating to Asian banks. Additionally, CAU also engages the public by organizing conferences, symposia, and forums to address current events that may impact banking and regulatory policies. The Unit also publishes the Asia Focus, a periodical discussing a diverse range of topics pertaining to the Asian financial sector, and Pacific Exchange, a blog providing timely analysis of important banking and financial developments in the Asia Pacific. The part-time analyst is restricted to working only up to a maximum of 780 hours per year.
Analysts work collaboratively within CAU to monitor Asian financial systems and ensure that U.S. Foreign Banking Organization Supervisory Program mandates are met. This successful candidate also provides support to the Asia Program’s ongoing conference/seminar efforts, as well as other activities on an ad hoc basis.
Specific duties will include:
Preparing memos, reports, in-depth studies, briefing packages, and other written products on issues affecting the Asian financial markets and institutions.
Preparing analytical reports and products pertaining to the Foreign Banking Organization Supervisory Program for Asian economies with operations in the U.S.
Producing Asia Focus articles and blog posts for a public audience.
Assisting and working collaboratively with CAU team members on organizing high profile events, including the annual Asia Banking and Finance Conference/Symposium and the Asia Financial Forums.
An applicant for employment must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or hold a permanent resident/green card with intent to become a U.S. Citizen.
Familiarity with financial sector and economic issues in Asia.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to write for both a general and technical audience on financial sector developments.
Sound qualitative and quantitative analytical skills.
The ability to work independently without constant supervision.
The ability to identify and pursue multiple initiatives simultaneously and deliver superior results.
A demonstrated record of strategic thinking, sound judgment, and superior problem solving skills.
A proven ability to build solid working relationships with colleagues and other stakeholders. The candidate must also be a team player, a self-starter and innovative and demonstrate professionalism.
A Master’s degree with at least two years of work experience in a relevant field is preferred.','!*!DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Financial sector experience in Asia or experience covering the region.
Proficiency in an Asian language.
A pre-existing network of contacts in Asia.
Master’s degree in business, economics, or in a public policy field (e.g., international affairs).
Other professional designations (CFA, FRM, etc.).
Familiarity with statistical programming languages (e.g. R, SAS).
Candidates for the position must have demonstrated strong performance in core technical and behavioral competencies. Critical behavioral competencies include, but are not limited to, Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Influence, and Leadership.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our people proudly reflect the diversity and the ideas of the community we serve.','CAU Hourly Analyst
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.