The Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) is seeking to fill the position of Associate Director in the Office of Investment Advisers and Investment Company Examinations (IA/IC). This position is located in Washington, DC.Learn more about this agency
The Associate Director (OCIE) supervises and directs OCIE's Headquarter IA/IC Exam Program under the immediate supervision of the Deputy Director(s). The incumbent advises the OCIE Deputy Director(s) and/or the OCIE Director with regard to the National Examination Program priorities and strategies and examinations, particularly those of off-shore registrants.
Typical duties include:
Developing, conceiving, planning and implementing policies and guidelines affecting the risk assessment and examination of registrants.
Implementing examination goals and addressing the impact of extraterritorial law and policy on implementation.
Actively participating in meetings involving all aspects of OCIE's examination responsibilities.
Overseeing and administering professional legal work involved in examinations; and rendering legal advice and services with respect to questions, regulations, practices, or other matters falling within the purview of a Federal Government agency.
Participating as a panelist on behalf of the OCIE and the Commission in collaborative law enforcement programs, bar association presentations, industry conferences and meetings, law school conferences held by similar groups and associations.
Counseling senior management staff and officials at multiple levels of SEC; senior staff of other Federal, state, local and government agencies; and private sector clients and vendors on agency matters.
Serving as an agency authority on examinations, particularly of investment advisers and investment companies.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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