National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (Compliance Training & Tools Specialist), NB-0570-VI
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As a National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner Bank Compliance Training & Tools Specialist, you will plan and direct activities associated with ensuring effective and consistent dissemination and implementation of compliance-related regulatory interpretations and supervisory philosophies, serving as a expert advisor in the implementation of compliance policy for compliance supervision and examination.
Compliance and Community Affairs, Compliance Risk
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- Occasional Travel
- Occasional travel is required.
- Relocation benefits will be paid in accordance with OCC's relocation policy. Free real estate information on job location is available by calling OCC's relocation management firm at 1-877-237-5068.
In order for your application to be considered, you must meet the following requirements within 60 calendar days after the closing date of this announcement: You must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the next lower level in the Federal service. To qualify for the NB-VI level, you must have specialized experience equivalent to the next lower level, NB-V or NB-V step 2. The experience may have been gained in either the public or private sector. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis. Specialized experience for this position includes:
- Experience implementing policy for supervision and examination regarding BSA/AML, Consumer Protection, Fair Lending, or Community Reinvestment Act laws and regulations.
- Experience developing examination policies, procedures, training, and technology and tools related to BSA/AML, Consumer Protection, or CRA/Fair Lending.
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As a National Bank Examiner/Bank Examiner (Compliance Training and Tools Specialist), you will:
- Create/lead the development of OCC examination procedures, training, technology and tools related to BSA/AML, Consumer Compliance, and CRA/Fair Lending risk with collaborative input from other areas of Compliance Risk, Compliance Supervision, other OCC supervisory offices, legal advisors and technical experts.
- Develop examiner tools and resources, such as examiner transaction testing worksheets and reference guides.
- Apply expert knowledge of compliance policy and supervision to develop and deliver “train-the-trainer” initiatives, and leads training assignments to ensure that OCC examiners are fully prepared to identify, assess and examine for compliance with consumer protection, fair lending, CRA, and BSA/AML laws and regulations in the full range of banks supervised by the OCC.
- Keeps abreast of emerging compliance risks and new laws to identify new laws and regulations to identify training needs.
- Work with counterpart policy specialists for BSA/AML, Consumer Compliance, and CRA/Fair Lending compliance policy to ensure the effective deployment of policy and guidance knowledge in these areas through technology, training, and other resources.
- Proactively coordinate with other OCC entities to monitor consistency of training and resource implementation related to compliance supervision activities.
- Collaborate regularly with other OCC senior managers and peers, both internal and external to OCC.
- Represent the OCC in meetings with other agencies, bankers and banker associates, and public interest organizations and other groups regarding examiner training, examiner tools, and related emerging compliance issues.
- Participate on interagency working groups and trade association committees and educational boards as a technical advisor for compliance-related issues.