Positions are in the Division of insurance and Research, Center for Financial Research, HQ, of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and conducts economic research supporting the Corporation's efforts to identify, monitor and address critical existing and emerging aggregate risks to the FDIC's deposit insurance funds.
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- Plan and coordinate research projects and reports. Develop analytical techniques for economic research of major economic issues.
- Conduct policy oriented research to develop innovative approaches to identify and solve existing and new problems in economic trends. Prepare and present findings and recommendations.
- Monitor ongoing economics, financial and banking trends that influence risks to the insurance funds, including trends in the global economy, the U.S. macro-economy, key industry sectors, the markets for money, capital, commodities and foreign exchange, and economic and financial policy issues.
- Perform research, gather and analyze quantitative data from a variety of sources to identify particular problems to explore; assess the adequacy of existing programs; recommend and implement research based changes.
- Write descriptions of relevant risks and trends, incorporating accepted methods of economic, financial and statistical analysis, and input of other DIR management and staff to ensure written material reflects the collective judgment of the organization.
- Orally present analytical results to management and professional staff of the Division, the FDIC and other organizations with an interest in these topics.
Occasional travel - Some travel may be required.
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