In order to basically qualify for this position, applicants must have at least one year of Specialized Experience which is defined as experience in leading or playing a significant role in a government or financial sector organization’s international/cross-border financial regulatory coordination, negotiation and communication efforts. This specialized experience must have been at or above the GS/CG-15 level or equivalent in the federal service (e.g., agency or corporate level expert).
There is no substitution of education for the experience required for this position.
Completion of Confidential Financial Disclosure may be required. High Risk Position - Background Investigation (BI) required.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Your resume will be reviewed to determine whether or not you meet the qualification requirements included in this vacancy announcement; therefore, your resume must contain sufficiently detailed information upon which to make the qualification determination. Resumes should contain specific information such as position titles, beginning and ending dates of employment for each position, average number of hours worked per week (and if the position is/was in the Federal government, include the position series and grade level). If you are determined to be basically qualified, your resume will be evaluated by an executive panel of subject matter experts to measure the degree to which your background matches the competencies, knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) listed below. Top ranked candidates by the panel will be referred to the selecting official for further consideration. You do not need to respond separately to these KSAs because your resume will serve as documentation in this regard. The KSAs are not listed in any order of importance.
1. Ability to plan, manage and execute international mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures in the financial industry, and to negotiate and document transactions related to cross-border resolutions, acquisitions and dispositions.
2. Skill in negotiating with senior officials in government and the financial sector on matters of policy, regulation and legislation.
3. Knowledge of laws, rules, regulations, programs, policies and procedures related to financial institution supervision, examination, resolution and receivership, and the evaluation, management and structured sale of large, complex financial institutions with nationwide or international operations.
4. Knowledge of domestic and international financial institutions and international banking practices, the structure of the financial services industry, and understanding of the relationship between the U. S. banking (and broader financial) system and economic conditions (internationally, nationally and regionally).
5. Ability to plan, implement and direct communication, coordination and outreach activities across international organizations and international banking entities.
6. Skill in serving as a spokesperson and representing the FDIC in promoting, supporting and articulating the Corporation’s positions on key policy matters in various internal and external forums, including discussions and the development of Memoranda of Understanding.
7. Ability to develop and deliver speeches, position papers, and other written and oral presentations on complex, controversial or problematic financial industry issues for the Director, senior agency management and other regulatory authorities.
8. Skill in managing teams and executing project plans in the financial sector.
9. Knowledge of management, supervisory and administrative policies and procedures, and the ability to manage programs, operations and a highly-trained multi-disciplinary staff. To preview questions please click here.