The ideal candidate for this position would have a degree in accounting, business, or finance; skilled in using information systems and technology; skilled in preparing written communications; and have good interpersonal skills.
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This position receives on-the-job training as a field examiner. The training assignments prepare you to manage, supervise and conduct examinations for a district of federal and federally-insured state credit unions.
Multiple positions may be filled through this vacancy announcement.
Serves in a developmental position with assignments/training directed toward providing the capability of eventually performing the full scope of Credit Union Examiner duties. Works under close supervision of a Supervisory Examiner who oversees on-the-job training, furnishes advice and is available for consultation. On the job training and duties include:
- Overview of basic examination work methods, techniques, procedures, financial principles and operating practices;
- Reads assignments pertaining to the laws, regulations, policies and directives which govern the operation of federal and federally insured credit unions;
- Plans, conducts, and completes examinations of federally chartered and federally insured credit unions;
- Obtains and protects confidential credit union data; and,
- Analyzes credit union data prior to examination to identify areas of examination concentration and the persistency of previous problems.
- 50% or Greater
- Travel is required to visit assigned credit unions in the geographic area. In addition, travel is required to participate in regional team examinations, training events, and conferences.