As an Assistant National Bank Examiner (ANBE) you will help the OCC achieve its mission by ensuring that banks operate in a safe and sound manner, provide fair access to financial services, treat customers fairly, and comply with applicable laws and regulations. You may spend approximately 20 to 70 percent of your career traveling to national banks/thrifts across the country, depending on your assigned field office location. Click here for available locations and estimated travel percentages.Learn more about this agency
You will serve as an entry-level professional employee in the Midsize and Community Bank Supervision (MCBS) organization. Work assignments will cover all areas of banking, including examining loans, interest rate risk, capital, liquidity, consumer compliance protection programs, and compliance with banking laws and regulations. We will provide developmental on-the-job and formal training and you will learn the basic procedures and practices used in national bank/thrift supervision. You will:
- Gather, organize and analyze selected data;
- Complete related bank supervision procedures;
- Check compliance with laws and regulations;
- Gather information through discussions with other employees and bank management;
- Draw conclusions and recommend corrective action;
- Perform offsite analyses, write memorandums and reports, and update or write examination comments under close supervision; and
- Conform to established business policy guidelines and safeguard equipment, sensitive data and resources.
This announcement is open for specified locations. You may select up to two (2) locations for a start date in either January 2022 or June 2022.
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05 - Promotion to the NB-V level is contingent upon passing the Uniform Commission Examination (UCE).
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