RBO Examination Manager
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
CompanyFederal Reserve Bank of Kansas CityThe Regional Banking Organization (RBO) Examination Manager has oversight of the Reserve Bank’s supervision of the regional banking organizations (those with total assets between $10B and $100B) in the tenth Federal Reserve District. The RBO manager is responsible for directing the supervisory activities of RBOs, including examinations/inspections, ongoing monitoring, assessments of key risk areas, supervisory planning, and relationship management. The RBO manager oversees and provides leadership to a team of dedicated professionals that carry out the Reserve Bank’s RBO supervision responsibilities in a manner that is in alignment with Federal Reserve System expectations. These team members include senior level examination staff that serve as central points of contact and subject matter experts that serve risk specialists in specific areas. The individual will regularly interact and collaborate with key stakeholders at the Board of Governors and across the system in support of RBO supervision. The position is in the Supervision and Risk Management Division and can be filled in Oklahoma City, Omaha, Denver, or Kansas City offices.
Consistently demonstrates leadership competencies across the business. Builds leadership competency in direct team and others in the business. Develops relationships and trust across the business, stakeholders, and customers through effective leadership. Supports people strategy and practices.
Encourages creativity and inclusion, supporting innovative approaches to work processes, while considering the Bank’s existing culture and risk tolerance. Provides strategic input to execute department results. Leads across teams to implement creative solutions that advance the goals of the department.
Applies supervisory perspective and technical knowledge to manage workflows and the tactical execution of core supervisory responsibilities in alignment with department, division, and Federal Reserve System programs.
Effectively collaborates with department and division colleagues to ensure integrated examination findings, conclusions, and work products.
Identifies and understands a variety of broad, complex supervisory issues and determines their impact in resolving problems decisively and taking timely and appropriate action.
Reviews a variety of written supervisory correspondence for accuracy, consistency, quality, and clarity.
Oversees the establishment and execution of department goals and objectives to maintain high-performing department functions that support achievement of the Reserve Bank’s strategic plan.
Accountable for day-to-day oversight of department responsibilities, prioritization of work, and attainment of strategic objectives and operational goals, including productivity, quality, and efficiency measures.
Provides project management or other support for District, Federal Reserve System, or interagency task forces and committees, often handling diverse stakeholder groups.
Represents the Reserve Bank’s official position on supervisory matters and fosters productive relationships with outside parties, including bankers, regulators, Federal Reserve System colleagues, industry professionals, and the public.
Bachelor’s degree in business or related field from an accredited college or university, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Master’s degree preferred.
Active or dormant examiner commission
Typically requires at least 6 or more years in a formal leadership role or relevant information leadership experiences. Experience with banking and regulatory activities, which includes demonstrated leadership experience, or equivalent relevant regulatory/supervisory leadership experience in another organization, or an equivalent combination.
Accomplished supervisory perspective, problem solving and analytical skills, including ability to demonstrate influence and well-reasoned decision making in situations that involve complex or problematic issues, public scrutiny, market reactions, and potentially adversarial circumstances is strongly preferred.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future.
In some cases, positions require access to confidential supervisory information, access to which is limited to "Protected Individuals" as defined by regulation of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 12 CFR 268.205. Protected Individuals include, but are not limited to, U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, and lawful permanent resident aliens (also known as "green card holders") who are eligible for and seeking United States citizenship within the requisite timeframes.
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Market-leading Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts
Vacation & Personal Time
Onsite Fitness Center (Kansas City location)
Onsite Garage Parking at No Cost
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Full Time / Part TimeFull time
Regular / TemporaryRegular
Job Exempt (Yes / No)Yes
Work ShiftFirst (United States of America)
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