Liquidity Risk Specialist - Division of Supervision and Regulation
The Liquidity Risk Specialist performs in-depth analyses related to banking supervisory or regulatory activities involving complex and sensitive issues. Participates fully in, and may conduct, special studies and projects related to financial institution supervision and regulation, and identifies problems or potential problems in the banking system or individual banking organizations. Prepares memoranda to keep the Board, Division Management, and the Division Oversight Committee informed on developing trends and issues in the financial environment. Position Qualifications: Requires a bachelor s degree in finance, accounting, business administration, economics or other related fields; or equivalent experience. Must have demonstrated knowledge of and competence in the application of advanced analytical processes. Requires four years of specific experience in financial services industry, preferably in bank or bank holding companies and an in-depth background in the financial and management practices of banking organizations. Also required is a comprehensive knowledge of general financial theory and practices. Must possess considerable knowledge of the laws and regulations governing the operations of banks, bank holding companies, and all types of related nonbanking activities. Remarks: The Liquidity Risk Specialist will be responsible for the development and implementation of market risk and liquidity risk regulation. The selected candidate will join a team of subject matter experts that supports the Board and is available as a resource for Reserve Banks and international committees. The ideal candidate will have the following: supervisory or policy experience in liquidity risk or experience managing liquidity risk in private sector; they should have a good understanding of issues related to liquidity risk good working knowledge of recent Market and Liquidity risk regulation and guidance, including familiarity with the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR), the Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) and liquidity stress testing excellent written and verbal communication skills excellent presentation skills excellent analytical skills Full-time teleworkers may be accommodated.