Federal Reserve Bank of New York
IT Risk Examiner / Sr. Examiner
Performs risk-focused Information Technology risk assessments and examinations including assessments of IT strategy and execution, and evaluations of IT management and controls in financial institutions and technology service providers. Elements of these risk assessments and examinations include the analysis and evaluation of operational and technology risk management, systems of internal controls, the quality of the internal and external audit functions, the technology development and acquisition processes, and the technology support and delivery capabilities. Also provides support, technical expertise, and training, for the domestic safety and soundness examination teams, and foreign banking organization examination teams. This work is conducted within the overall risk based supervisory framework of these domestic and international institutions.
Performs examinations and inspections of financial institutions, ensures compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and produces a comprehensive report of findings. Conducts risk assessments and performs ongoing surveillance for a portfolio of institutions. Demonstrates balanced, well-reasoned judgement in decision making and is able to effectively communicate with senior management and directors of supervised institutions under potentially adversarial circumstances. Performs or assists in reviewing and editing work prepared by others for content, clarity and accuracy. Provides comments on regulatory proposals, develops procedures for use by field staff, reviews key financial reports and information from financial institutions and written communication to financial institutions. Provides guidance, training, and feedback to less experienced examiners. May serve as an instructor at formal schools and through on-the-job training. May serve in Examiner in Charge (EIC) role (possibly with focus on specialty function), which involves planning, coordinating, and monitoring supervisory activities. May prepare or assist in preparing schedules and budgets. Participates in a variety of continuing professional development programs. Maintains knowledge of current regulations and industry issues through communications and industry literature.
Bachelor's Degree or 4 years equivalent experience; Bachelor's Degree preferred
Two to Five years preferred
Knowledge Area/Technical Skills/Certifications and Licenses:
Accounting and Finance Bank Examination Credit Analysis Microsoft Office Examining Commission preferred
Financial Institution IT examination, IT audit, or bank operations experience required. Audit management, bank operations management a plus. Commercial bank or related financial institution examination/inspection, audit, or bank operations experience. At a minimum, academic exposure to banking, accounting, economics, and/or finance. Sound understanding of day-to-day operations of financial institutions and experience in evaluating the adequacy of operational control processes. Capable of effectively communicating (both written and verbal) examination results and related risks to senior management and directors of supervised institutions under potentially adversarial circumstances. Demonstrates excellent interpersonal skills (e.g., listening, motivating, enthusiasm, patience, consideration of others, etc.). Ability to accurately analyze situations and uncover root causes to problems concluding with an objective, well-reasoned decision. Strong technical and analytical skills, including the ability to interpret, apply, and explain complex regulatory concepts, and identify key issues and risks. Ability to plan and organize work, manage multiple assignments, meet due dates, prioritize tasks and manage time. Ability to function effectively both individually and collaboratively as a member of a team. CPT, CBA, CISA, CISSP, or CIA designation a plus.
Relocation may be considered.
Special Requirement regarding Citizenship Status
By law, this position requires that you fall within one of the following citizenship categories: United States Citizen United States National Lawful Permanent Resident Alien (green card holder) who plans to apply for citizenship when he/she becomes eligible and applies for citizenship within six months of becoming eligible.
Access to Confidential Supervisory Information
: Due to the Supervision & Regulation Division's access to confidential supervisory information concerning financial institutions, employees in this position will be required to disclose and address conflicts of interest within the financial industry. Examples include stock ownership and indebtedness.
Demonstrates Self-Awareness Problem Solving Action-Oriented Collaborates Communicates Effectively
is 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.
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