Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Business Analyst I/II/Sr.','254345','Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta','FL-Miami','','Full-time','Regular','Non-exempt','Non-exempt','Experienced','','','No','Day Job','','','Tier I - Non Security Sensitive','Tier I - Non Security Sensitive','Feb 12, 2018','Mar 16, 2018','Mar 16, 2018','!*!Position Summary:
Under direct supervision, provides a range of services and activities that align analytical support with business initiatives, which may include assisting with the following: basic database input and management; creation of MIS and operations metrics reports of limited complexity; and basic budget data input, management, and reporting. Assists with the information flow among business lines to achieve desired outcomes. Where applicable, supports management of production functions.
Works on problems or projects of limited scope under close supervision. Exercises sound judgment within defined procedures and practices. Follows standard procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained. Receives detailed instructions on routine work and on new projects or assignments.
Conducts a range of activities, such as: basic database input and management; producing basic MIS reports and operations metrics; basic budget data input, management, and reporting; and basic customer service. Analyzes problems with appropriate logic and fact finding; identifies irregularities or issues in work activities before major problems appear; organizes data and information in a manner that effectively communicates issues and underlying cause/effect relationships. Performs basic research and analysis and develops sound recommendations.
Draws on experience to resolve non-complex issues. Engages other stakeholders in collecting feedback and input to complete work activities. Adheres to team guidelines and fulfills own responsibilities to accomplish team goals. Demonstrates flexibility to make adjustments, as needed.
Identifies critical activities and adjust priorities to prevent irrelevant issues and distractions from inhibiting completion of assignments. Prioritizes own work so that the most important work is completed first; coordinates work with others in group projects to support overall work plans and schedules. Brings competing priorities or issues to management’s attention for resolution.
Where applicable, provides support for lower level production systems, including maintaining daily processes, identifying problems, and proposing alternatives.
Identifies best practices and suggests how to improve current business practices. Assists in studies to improve operations efficiency, and department services. Working with other analysts, prepares reports and documentation to support proposed recommendations
Under close supervision, produces written products that are clear and concise, grammatically correct and in a tone and format befitting the message, audience and objective of the writer. Verbally expresses thoughts and opinions to others in a clear and concise manner and engages in productive verbal dialogue with others.
Associate's Degree or 2 years equivalent experience; Bachelor's Degree or 4 years equivalent experience preferred
Less than two years
Knowledge Area/Technical Skills/Certifications and Licenses:
Proficient in Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint
This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, performance standards or requirements, efforts, skills or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g. emergencies, rush jobs, change in workload or technological developments).
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is an equal opportunity employer. ','!*!Individual Competencies
Communicates Effectively','Business Analyst I/II/Sr.
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.