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    Summary

    As a Deputy Director and expert advisor for the Compliance Risk Analysis Division with primary responsibility for supervising a staff of professionals who support the mission of the division; assisting the Division Director and Deputy Comptroller in setting the Division's work agenda; managing resources towards the accomplishment of that agenda and advising the Director, Deputy Comptroller, and OCC executives and senior managers on issues related to the work of the division.

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    Responsibilities

    As the Deputy Director for the Compliance Risk Analysis Division, you will:

    • Supervise the design and conduct economic and policy research studies that identify and analyze current and expected key trends in bank performance, financial markets, laws and regulations.
    • Develop policy alternatives, make policy recommendations, and provides advice to senior management on economic and regulatory policy issues.
    • Represent the division in OCC and interagency working groups regarding regulatory policy and makes presentation to external groups regarding policies and regulatory issues affecting national banks.
    • Lead, motivate, and develop a staff of employees; evaluate performance in accordance with OCC guidelines; and make personnel decisions regarding hiring, promotions, adverse actions, etc.
    • Develop short and long-term plans; Establish objectives, goals and priorities in support of and alignment with the OCC strategic plan; Manage resources to ensure that unit activities support OCC objectives and goals.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May require occasional travel within and outside of the local commuting area.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    07

  • Job family (Series)

    0110 Economist

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