Job Overview

Summary

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is a small, dynamic, fast-paced federal agency whose work has far-reaching impact. If selected, you will be part of an integrated team playing a key role in the current and future U.S. housing market. 

At FHFA, every employee is critical in meeting our mission. Our team primarily consists of examiners, accountants, economists, financial analysts, information technology specialists, and attorneys – which make up our Mission Critical Occupations (MCO).  However, we also employ budget and procurement specialists, human resources specialists, administrative, facilities and space management professionals and student interns.

This position is located in the Division of Supervision Policy and Support, Examiner Development Branch.

We offer competitive salaries and a great benefits package.

FHFA:  MORE THAN A JOB - MAKING A DIFFERENCE!

Duties

The Examiner Development Branch is responsible for designing and administering the FHFA commissioning program, designing and delivering in-house examination training curriculum, facilitating examiner training opportunities provided by outside parties, and planning supervision conferences, among other related duties.

The Examination Manager will be responsible for the following:

Managing a professional staff of examination training specialists.

Overseeing the development and delivery of examination training curriculum using various media. Administering outsourced examiner training programs.

Serving as instructor for topics related to supervision and examinations.

Staying apprised of changes in the regulatory environment that require adjustments to the examination training program.

Coordinating implementation of the FHFA examiner commissioning program. Managing and administering the commissioning program on a going-forward basis.

Planning and facilitating FHFA supervision conferences.

Participating in meetings with FHFA executives and counterparts to collaborate on matters related to examiner training, examiner commissioning, and other professional development initiatives for supervision divisions.

Managing complex and multi-phase projects. These projects include those specific to the supervision divisions but with agency-wide import.

Contributing to division and agency documents and budgets on matters related to examiner training and development.