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Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions | Multiple Positions

The applicants must apply on the State Civil Service Website: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/louisiana

  • Administrative Program Specialist A – Mailroom – Position closes 7.20.22, 11:59pm Central
  • Administrative Program Specialist A – Position closes 7.20.22, 11:59pm Central
  • Compliance Examiner Deputy Chief – Position closes 7.21.22, 11:59pm Central
  • Compliance Examiner Assistant Manager – Position closes 7.21.22, 11:59pm Central
  • Compliance Examiner 1 – 4 – Continuous
  • Compliance Examiner 1, 2, or 3 – Continuous

View Job Descriptions Below

LA – ADMIN PROGRAM SPECIALIST A-MAILROOM

LA – ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM SPECIALIST A_ 

LA – COMPLIANCE EXAMINER DEPUTY CHIEF 2

LA – COMPLIANCE EXAMINER ASSISTANT MGR

LA – COMPLIANCE EXAMINER 1-4

LA – COMPLIANCE EXAMINER 1-3 

 

 

Texas Credit Union Department Open Positions

Financial Examiner I and II Positions and Commissioner Position


State Application Process


Financial Examiner I

Position Description: Serves in a developmental position with assignments/training directed toward providing the capability of eventually performing the full scope of Credit Union Examiner duties. The examiner works under the close supervision of the Field Manager who oversees on- the-job training, furnishes advice, and is available for consultation. On the job training includes an initial overview of basic examination work methods, techniques and procedures, the financial principals and operating practices normally used, reading assignments pertaining to the laws, regulations, policies and directives which govern the operation of Texas state-chartered credit unions. Upon completion of training, the examiner plans, conducts, and completes examinations of Texas state-chartered credit unions. The examiner obtains and protects confidential credit union data analyzing it prior to examination to identify areas of examination concentration and the persistency of previous problems.

Financial Examiner II

Position Description: Professional examining position, responsible for reviewing and analyzing the records of state-chartered credit unions; specifically those with average complexity and/or a limited degree of problems. The examiner will evaluate the credit union’s financial condition and its compliance with state and federal laws, regulations, sound business practices, supervisory guidance, and internal policies and procedures. Knowledge and experience permit assignment as Examiner-In-Charge of small to medium size institutions or oversight responsibility for the analysis of specific risk areas on team examinations of larger credit unions. The examiner obtains and protects confidential credit union data, analyzing it prior to examination to identify areas of examination concentration and the persistency of previous problems, where applicable.


Texas Credit Union Commissioner 

Position Description:  The Credit Union Commissioner serves as the top executive, managing the Credit Union Department in accordance with both legislative mandates and policies established by the Credit Union Commission. The Department is authorized to have 33 employees and has an annual budget of approximately $5 million. The Credit Union Commissioner ensures that the Department carries out its mission cost-effectively and in compliance with all applicable laws. Other responsibilities include representing the Department with the Legislature, other state officials, the federal government and its agencies, regulated credit unions, regulators from other states, and the public; developing rules and internal procedures; managing staff recruitment, performance, and career development; and overseeing development of the annual budget and strategic plan. The Credit Union Commissioner is appointed by, reports to, and serves at the will of the Credit Union Commission.

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SUBMIT COMMISSIONER APPLICATIONS TO: Isabel Velasquez, Executive Assistant, Credit Union Department, 914 East Anderson Lane, Austin, TX 78752-1699 or fax to (512) 832-0278, or email to cudmail@cud.texas.gov or via WorkinTexas.com. Applications must be received by 5:00 pm. on the closing date. A State application may be obtained from the Credit Union Department Website or WorkinTexas.com

 

 

Massachusetts Division of Banks Multiple Positions

Office Support Specialist I (posted 6/27)

Consumer Protection Examiner I (posted 6/24)

Licensing Examiner I (posted 6/23)

Risk Management Examiner I (posted 6/10)

Non-Depository Institution Supervision Manager

Information Technology Examiner I (3 vacancies)

Consumer Protection Examiner I (Depository Institutions) (2 vacancies)

The mission of the Division of Banks is to ensure a sound, competitive, and accessible financial services environment throughout the Commonwealth. The Division maintains public confidence in Massachusetts financial institutions through the oversight of state-chartered banks and credit unions and the licensing and supervision of mortgage, servicing, money services business, sales finance, and debt collection industries operating in Massachusetts.

In addition to the competitive Commonwealth employee benefits which include generous leave policies and tuition remission at state colleges, the Division is proud to offer training programs and career advancement opportunities within the agency.

The Division of Banks is committed to ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace where all employees feel respected, valued, and empowered to maximize their skills and talents to serve our citizens.

The Division of Banks is committed to creating and sustaining a work culture that is welcoming, inclusive, and mutually respectful to all its employees regardless of race, color, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran or disability status. We strive to reflect diversity in all facets and levels of our agency. The Operations Unit values inclusiveness and diversity within their examination and management teams. Within our community we strive to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable, and welcoming.

 


Program Manager, Chief of Safety and Soundness Examinations description image

Program Manager, Chief of Safety and Soundness Examinations

Salary: $123,000.00 – $128,856.00 Annually
Location: Thurston County – Tumwater, WA
Job Type: Full Time – Permanent
Remote Employment: Flexible/Hybrid
Department: Dept. of Financial Institutions
Job Number: 2206CUPMS&S(21)
Closing: 7/10/2022 11:55 PM Pacific

The Program Manager – Chief of Safety and Soundness Examinations oversees all safety and soundness examination activities of approximately 50 state-chartered credit unions for the Division of Credit Unions, ensuring that statutory examination mandates are met, coordination with federal and state agencies occurs, and that examination quality and consistency meet regulatory standards. The Program Manager is also the principal contact with federal regulators from the National Credit Union Administration’s Western Region.

The Program Manager is responsible to oversee the work performed by a team, consisting of three supervisors and approximately 15 examiners to ensure appropriate and optimum use of the organization’s resources. A Program Manager must maintain the highest standards of personal, professional and ethical conduct and support a diverse and inclusive workforce.

This position works closely with the Program Manager of Specialty Exams and the division management team to directly contribute to fulfilling the mission and goals of the agency to protect the public, promote economic vitality, and preserve integrity in the marketplace. As a member of agency’s Program Managers’ team, the position is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of strategic plans, operational goals and budgets for the department and for the division, and for ensuring that adequate resources are available to meet DFI and Division mission, goals, and objectives.

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California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI)

Deputy Commissioner, Credit Unions.
Act as the DFPI’s credit union program administrator and policy advisor. A Governor’s appointee, the credit unions deputy commissioner will oversee a team of 55 staff, including one chief examiner and 10 financial institutions managers. Desirable candidates will have leadership-level experience in the credit union industry and an ability to bring stakeholders together to consider public policy issues including the unbanked, financing affordable housing, and community reinvestment. Salary approx. $132-148K. Applicants encouraged by May 2, 2022. Interested candidates can contact Chief Deputy Commissioner Chris Shultz at 916-576-8562 with questions. For more information, see job description (PDF).

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