Assistant National Bank Examiner

Classification: 
Full-time
Company: 
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency,
Louisville Field Office,
10200 Forest Green Blvd, Suite 501
Lousville,
Kentucky
40223
Contact Person: 
Ian K. Lasoi, NBE/CRE
Contact E-mail Address: 
ivan.lasoi@occ.treas.gov
Contact Phone Number: 
(502) 4293422
Description/Responsibilities: 
Assistant National Bank examiners fill a very dynamic role within the Midsize Community Bank Supervision team, and their responsibilities can vary greatly from day to day. Assistant National Bank Examniers spend approximately 15-95% of their early careers traveling to national banks and federal savings associations (collectively, banks) across the country, depending on work location. They work in one of the OCC's 70 field offices, at banks, or bank branches. -Assist or conduct bank examinations under the supervision and guidance of experienced national bank examiners -Work with a team to gather, organize, and analyze bank data. Assess bank compliance with laws and regulations, and prepare written reports- including conclusions and recommendations- for bank executives and senior OCC examiners. -Participate in on-the-job and formal training to learn bank examination procedures and practices. Areas of training include concepts of bank supervision, fundamentals of bank accounting, bank systems and controls, computer applications, and banking law.
Requirements/Qualifications: 
-A four-year course of study leading to a bachelor's degree with major study in accounting, banking, business administration, comercial or banking law, economics, finance, marketing, or other field closely relate to the position, OR -Three years of work experience that provided you with knowledge of accounting or auditing principles. Such work could include reviewing, analyzing, recommending or approving loan applications, investments, or other actions involving the properties or monies of others held in trust by or for a financial institution; internal accounting or auditing work for a financial institution that required understanding of debits and credits, balance sheets, and operating statements, OR -Equivalent combinations of education and experience, OR -A certified Public Accountant (CPA) Certificate obtained through written examination in a State, territory, or District of Columbia, -AND you must successfully pass the examiner entry-level knowledge test and written communication skills test. -The position is only open to US Citizens
Application Instructions: 
The OCC offers competitive salaries under a performance-based pay plan. The entry-level examiner starting salary is a non-negotiable $48,500 per year, plus additional geographical pay in certain areas and benefits. -We will be accepting online applications ONLY from January 28-Feburary 7, 2013. To apply please use the online address given. The deadline for submitting a completed application online is 11:59pm (EST) February 7, 2013. The hiring start date is planned for June 2013.