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As a Bank Examiner (LB BIT), you will spend a majority of time in more challenging bank environments conducting and assisting in the supervision of Bank Information Technology activities in banks and/or large financial institutions to carry out bank supervision objections.
Large Bank Supervision
San Francisco, CA
New York, NY
Los Angeles, CA
The following are the duties of this position at the NB-V.2 level. If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position. As a Bank Examiner (LB BIT), you will:
•Spend a majority of time working in a supervision environment which is challenging due to a combination of characteristics.
•Plan, coordinate, and monitor BIT supervisory activities.
•Conduct or participate in discussions with bank management on findings and recommendations.
•Prepare communications to foster positive changes within the bank. Maintain effective communications within the OCC and ensures that appropriate coordination and follow-up activities take place.
How to Apply
Go to the Office of the Comptroller's Career website: Careers.occ.gov
Click on the Yellow Button, "View Openings"
External Candidates who have no current or prior Federal Government experience should apply to Job Vacancy Announcements with EXT (External)
Candidates with current or prior Federal Government experience can also apply to MP (Merit Promotion) Job Vacancy Announcements
You will submit your details through USAJOBs but start at the OCC website
Please submit COMPLETE and THOROUGH details in your resume. Usually a 1-2 page resume is not enough.
Complete details are in the job announcement.