Welcoming, mission-driven, and prestigious are adjectives employees use to describe the workplace culture of the Minneapolis Fed. Become part of an organization that is committed to diversity and inclusion, to sustaining a vibrant and thriving economy, and to making a real difference in people's lives. One important element of the Minneapolis Fed's mission involves participating in the supervision and regulation of the nation's banking, financial, and payments systems to promote a safe, sound and accessible banking system and stable financial markets. The Minneapolis Fed also works with other federal and state agencies and regulators to promote safety and soundness in the operation of the financial industry and fair and equitable treatment of consumers in financial transactions.
We strive to represent the communities we serve, and are looking for talent interested in serving the mission of the Minneapolis Fed. We currently have an open position in our Supervision, Regulation and Credit (SRC) department for a Business Analyst. This critical role involves working closely with our supervision staff and management across several safety and soundness and consumer protection supervision areas, including community, regional, and large banking organization supervision. The focus of this position is administration of our supervision training program.
Serve as central liaison to the broader Federal Reserve System bank and holding company supervision training function. This includes actively participating as the Minneapolis representative in supervision training matters and communicating training information across various local supervision areas.
Administration over onboarding training for SRC business lines. This includes enrolling new hires in required online training and learning programs as appropriate and tracking to ensure completion or progression as applicable.
Work with staff and management to ensure participants are progressing through the various examiner training programs and continuing professional development coursework, as applicable. This includes ensuring appropriate registrations, providing technical support, discussing requirements with staff and management, coordinating on-the-job training needs and assignments, and serving as administrator for automated training records systems.
Coordinate/lead SRC annual training conference planning and participate in planning for other SRC training events.
Work with managers to provide periodic updates of training status and discuss potential changes/enhancements to local procedures.