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Washington Department of Financial Institutions: Program Manager, Chief of Specialty Examinations
The Department of Financial Institutions is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and have a respectful, inclusive culture where everyone belongs. The DFI ranks #3 out of 46 (or in the top 6%) in state agencies for employing people of color based on fiscal year 2021 data from the Office of Financial Management (OFM). 5.9% of our workforce are veterans. We value the contributions of everyone on our team.
The Division of Credit Unions announces an immediate opening for the Program Manager (PM) of Specialty Examinations. SALARY: Up to *$128,856 annually depending on experience and qualifications. *Will increase by a 3.25% general wage increase, effective July 1.
The Program Manager – Chief of Specialty Examinations oversees all specialty examinations for the Division of Credit Unions, and the safety and soundness exams of the largest credit union in the state, ensuring that statutory examination mandates are met, coordination with federal and state agencies occurs, and that examination quality and consistency meet regulatory standards.
Examples of specialty examinations include information systems and technology (IS&T) exams and consumer protection law compliance exams of the 50 state chartered credit unions. Other specialty exams include credit union vendors, electronic payment systems, website compliance, credit union service organizations (CUSO), exams related to applications from credit unions, and limited scope exams of an out-of-state credit union with branches operating in Washington.
The Program Manager is responsible to oversee the work performed by a team, consisting of a supervisor and 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 Safety and Soundness 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.
Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions
The Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions is responsible for supervision of the Financial Services Industry and for chartering, licensing and registering various financial institutions, securities firms and professionals operating in Kentucky. To accomplish this mission, the Department of Financial Institutions conducts examinations of state regulated financial entities through its Division of Depository Institutions, Division of Non-Depository Institutions and Division of Securities.
This position will conduct examinations of Kentucky depository institutions to protect stakeholders from the adverse effects of unsafe and unsound practices. Following a traditional examiner career path, the chosen candidate will examine all areas related to the operations of banks and trust companies; however, the candidate may be given the opportunity to specialize in an information technology examination career path depending on the candidate’s background and areas of interest.
The examiner will spend the majority of his/her work time learning to examine regulated banks and trust companies and performing examination tasks. This work is completed at a state office, the examiner’s residence (through telework), or at regulated entities’ offices. A Kentucky residence is required for a residence work station. This position is assigned to the Louisville District, which is responsible for examining banks and trust companies throughout central Kentucky. Examiners receive extensive training in the first 24 months on the job, which includes on-the-job training and formal training courses.
The position offers a competitive compensation package, growth opportunities, retirement benefits, flexible work schedules, and learning opportunities.
- Learning to conduct safety and soundness and/or specialty area examinations of depository institutions.
- Learning how to gather and analyze data to determine and support examination findings.
- Learning to apply relevant state and federal regulations and guidance to examination tasks.
- Learning to write examination reports that comply with department requirements.
- Traveling to and conducting examinations at depository institutions within Kentucky and traveling to trainings outside of Kentucky.
- Training and onsite examination travel will comprise up to 50 percent of work time, all of which could be overnight travel. The remaining 50 percent of work time will be at the examiner’s work station (i.e. a state office or at home telework).
- Working closely with other team members to ensure the completion of all necessary tasks related to the scope of the examination.
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).
Interested parties should do both of the following:
If you are looking to make a difference and challenge yourself, you have come to the right place. We offer a comprehensive training program with growth and development opportunities to make your time with the DFI a career, not just a job. To learn more about our agency, please visit our website.
Approximate Start Date: June 1, 2022, or before.
- Examiner I – $4,640+/month depending on experience
- Examiner II – $5,725+/month depending on experience
- Examiner III – $6,400+/month depending on experience
We offer a competitive employee benefits package including a fully paid family health insurance plan, paid leave, retirement plan options, infant-at-work program, and more!
There are two positions available. One position will be based out of our Fargo office and the other out of our Grand Forks office. Please specify in your cover letter which location (or both) you are applying for.
Summary of Work
While every day will be different, you will analyze financial statements, loan portfolios, and policies against banking regulations. You will document gaps or areas of concern to be shared with institutional leadership. You will communicate findings both in meetings and in reports for bank leadership. You will also work with bank leadership on a plan of action to resolve the findings.
To thrive in this position you must be confident and not easily intimidated by highly experienced leaders. You must enjoy analyzing numbers and solving problems. You must be able to juggle multiple projects and be able to shift between projects frequently throughout the day.
Inclusiv is the CDFI intermediary and national association for community development credit unions. Inclusiv provides capital, makes connections, builds capacity, develops innovative products and services and advocates on behalf of credit unions that serve residents of low-income urban, rural, and reservation-based communities across the US. Inclusiv is hiring for a Senior Vice President of Policy and Communications.
The SVP of Policy and Communications will lead Inclusiv’s national policy, advocacy, and communications strategy. The Senior Vice President will design and execute the organization’s policy strategy overseeing a range of policy, advocacy and evaluation activities that advance the Inclusiv mission and the impact of its Network. On the communication front, the SVP will forge a communications strategy to advance the organization and movement, expanding awareness, reach and visibility of Inclusiv and its Network.
This position will report directly to the President\CEO and participate on the organization’s senior management team.
The Senior Vice President of Policy and Communications will be charged with building and expanding the Inclusiv policy agenda, driving mission-based messaging, organizing and building consensus and support among Inclusiv members and partners.
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