National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (Commercial Credit), NB-570-V

As a National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (Commercial Credit), you will: o Assist in various credit examinations and ongoing supervision of federally chartered banks; assignments may involve problem credit cultures, various products, structures, accounting, and operations requiring extensive analysis and effective articulation of risks.o Evaluate the control and management of risks inherent in credit activities to assess the overall condition of various credit portfolios.o Plan, coordinate, and monitor credit supervisory activities, including assessing risk, developing supervisory strategies, determining the scope of supervisory activities and developing responses to address risks.o Serve as a credit consultant to employees and managers; participate in various field, district, and Washington Office assignments.o Conduct or participate in discussions with bank management on findings and recommendations. Prepare communications to foster positive changes with the bank and maintain effective communications with the OCC. You must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement: You must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the NB-IV band level or GS-11 grade level in the Federal service. Examples of specialized experience for this position include: Evaluating the credit risk of commercial loans in financial institutions; OR Examining or auditing commercial credit activities in financial institutions. The experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector, or through volunteer service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis. To ensure any credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week, on your resume.
  • Department: 0570 Financial Institution Examining
  • Salary Range: $72,525 to $135,027 per year

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