Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Full-time \/ Part-time Full-time Employee Status Regular Overtime Status Exempt Job Type Experienced Travel Yes, 5 % of the Time Shift Day JobJob SensitivityTier II - No Credit Check TheSt Louis Fed is one of 12 Reserve Banks serving all or parts of Missouri,Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas with branchesin Little Rock, Louisville and Memphis. The St. Louis Fed\u2019s most criticalfunctions include: promoting stable prices and economic growth, fostering asound financial system, providing payment services to financial institutions,supporting the U.S. Treasury's financial operations, and advancing economiceducation, community development and fair access to credit. Overview The Outreach Specialist will support theBank\u2019s Industry Relations and Outreach programs and activities by planning andexecuting on a variety of events and initiatives. The Outreach Specialist willmanage the Bank\u2019s speakers bureau and produce the Bank\u2019s weekly At A Glance andIndustry Councils Members in the News reports. The Outreach Specialist willmonitor, analyze and report on the effectiveness of these programs andactivities. In addition, the Outreach Specialist will interact and coordinatewith a number of business areas within the Bank, including the Office of thePresident, Branches, Research, Bank Supervision, Financial Management and LegalDivisions. The Outreach Specialist will work under the direction of the PublicAffairs manager who is responsible for District Industry Relations andOutreach. Responsibilities ManageBank\u2019s Speakers Bureau database. Producethe weekly At A Glance report. Producethe weekly Industry Councils Members in the News report. Assistin the planning and execution of president\u2019s outreach events and programs. Assistin the planning and execution of the Bank\u2019s external outreach events andprograms. Assistin the planning and execution of the Industry Councils meetings. ManageIndustry Councils members\u2019 on-boarding and exit process. Helpdevelop strategic outreach opportunities in the District. Helpdetermine appropriate tools, methods and technologies that can be employed tohelp staff effectively monitor, manage and report on strategic outreach and issues. Provideproject support for Branches. Assistwith other projects and events, as necessary. Qualifications Bachelor\u2019sdegree or commensurate experience. 5 years of practical experience in an industry or institution involved inindustry or community relations; public outreach; or corporate communicationsactivities. Demonstratedexperience in managing events. Abilityto work independently. Ability to set priorities and meet tight deadlines. Strongattention to detail. Abilityto interpret, manage and analyze both quantitative and qualitative data. Demonstratedexcellent written, analytical and oral communications skills. Ability to engage with senior management. Workscooperatively and collaboratively among individuals and teams that have diverseprogram objectives, as well as the ability to work across the organization andbusiness functions. Demonstratedadvanced user of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of Tableau is a plus. Candidateswith less education or experience may be considered at a lower pay grade and\/orsalary. Travel(5%) Rankedas a Top Workplace, the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis is committed tobuilding an inclusive workplace, where employees\u2019 diversity\u2014in age, gender,race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,disability, as well as cultural traditions, religion, life experiences,education and socioeconomic backgrounds\u2014are recognized as a strength. Embracingour diversity encourages employees to bring their valued perspectives to thetable when generating ideas and solving problems, and promotes an environmentwhere innovation and excellence thrive. Learn more about the Bank and its culture;check out our Careers Site. TheFederal Reserve Bank of St Louis is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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.