Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN, United States
Business Analyst, Research, Government
Business Analyst II/III, Research','258412','Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis','MN-Minneapolis','','Full-time','Regular','Exempt','Exempt','','','','Yes, 5 % of the Time','Day Job','','','Tier II - No Credit Check','Tier II - No Credit Check','','','','!*!One of the primary roles of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis as part of the Federal Reserve System, the nation's central bank, is to contribute to the System’s mandated goals of price stability and maximum employment.
The key missions of the Research Division are to support the Bank’s President in monetary policy and to conduct high quality economic research. The Division is composed of three research departments – Research, Opportunity and Inclusive Growth Institute, and Economic Analysis. They share their expertise with academia and policy makers through presentations, conferences, and publications. The Division is looking for a Business Analyst for the administrative support team to support daily operations, system workgroups, and department academic programs.
The Business Analyst interfaces with other members of the administrative staff, management, system peers, and staff economists on projects as well as:
· Leads, participates in, and performs intermediate to advanced analytic tasks for projects that have multifunctional or broad divisional impact in support of operational and business issues that include economist support, compliance or other business issues.
· Contributes to Division, Bank, or system project teams and work groups. Assists in completing special assignments and Research system work groups with managing officer.
· Participates in or leads analysis of business functions and operational process improvements and/or enhancements. Leads or assists in testing, training, and implementation and may support the coordination of activities assigned such as new systems implementations and enhancements, monitoring and reporting progress, and preparing necessary communications to internal and external customers.
· Assists in preparing and/or revising communications, reports, and presentations for all levels of management. Leads or assists in developing and revising procedures, defines processes, and delivers training to users.
· Provide oversight to academic program oversight and their daily operations.
· Provide excellent customer service to the departments visitor programs.
· Proficient in programs including but not limited to Word, Excel, Internet and e-mail applications, may also use Visio and PowerPoint.
· Monitors and verifies compliance with applicable new and existing policies, procedures, and standards.
May assist in FOMC, contract management, and accounts payable support.','!*!Qualifications:
Coursework in business administration and/or Bachelor’s degree in business administration preferred or an equivalent combination of educations and experience.
Minimum of three years of direct-related professional experience of a combination of graduate-level education and experience required for level II. Five years of direct work-related experience or equivalent combination of higher education and experience for level III.
Relates comfortably with people across levels, functions, culture, and geography.
Experience in a business operations or compliance environment is preferred. Project management skills or operations improvement experience are also preferred.
Provide excellent written and oral communication.
Exhibit excellent organizational, time management, analytical, and multi-tasking skills, and be detail-oriented.
Demonstrate the ability to work effectively independently or as part of a team.
Ability to troubleshoot and creatively resolve problems with minimal supervision
Requires sound business judgement and independent decision making skills
Demonstrates compliance and financial acumen, can-do attitude, and works collaboratively to get work done.
Ability to combine a big picture perspective with attention to detail
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System mandates that individuals authorized to access banking supervision and regulation confidential information (CSI) must be Protected Individuals, which covers three categories of persons: U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, and other non-citizens who are eligible for U.S. citizenship and are seeking such citizenship. This position is authorized to access CSI and as such requires the incumbent be a Protected Individual.
','Business Analyst II/III, Research
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Website : https://www.minneapolisfed.org/