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Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
Senior Financial Institution and Policy Analysts work under regular guidance to design and conduct in-depth analyses on quantitative and qualitative data. Serve as the primary contributor and may lead projects and teams and often represent the Section or Division on projects and task forces. Prepare and deliver communications including presentations and recommendations to others in the Section/Division and/or to external stakeholders. Some travel may be required. About the Team The Federal Reserve Board’s Technology Lab (TechLab) researches and analyzes novel technologies broadly relevant to payment, clearing, and settlement activities. The team conducts hands-on research to further the Division of Reserve Bank Operations and Payment Systems’ understanding of specific technologies, such as distributed ledger technologies and crypto assets, and broaden technical expertise across the Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve System. The TechLab’s work supports the development of policy views and oversight frameworks for new payments technologies.  Separately, the team also contributes to oversight of the Federal Reserve System’s digital assets experimentation work. About the Role TechLab Senior Financial Institution and Policy Analysts (FIPA) are curious and adaptable subject matter experts on a range of technology or payment-related issues. FIPAs support hands-on technology research and experimentation. Ideally, Analysts have previous professional or academic experience in payments, banking, computer science, data analysis or a related field. Senior Analysts help to thoughtfully develop and implement the TechLab’s research strategy, oversee the product development of coded research projects, write internal reports and publishable papers, support technology policy analysis, and represent the Federal Reserve in various domestic and international groups, among other responsibilities. Senior Analysts must be strong writers, adaptable multitaskers, and strategic thinkers. All TechLab Senior Analysts must have excellent communication skills to speak effectively to a broad range of stakeholders. Position requirements include, but are not limited to: •    Ability to understand how specific innovative technology implementations work, such as stablecoins, digital currencies, or distributed ledger technologies •    Experience with an innovation lab or research setting •    Ability to simplify complex technical topics into plain language, written deliverables for policymakers and the public •    Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with a variety of subject matter experts, such as engineers, economists, policy analysts, lawyers, and other stakeholders •    Ability to contribute effectively to Agile and Scrum projects and deliverables Additionally, knowledge of payments, clearing, and settlement technologies is highly desirable. An understanding of the technology industry, crypto assets, and data analysis is also desirable. Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration, public policy, economics, or another related field and a minimum of 5 years of related experience, or a master’s degree in a related field and 4 years of related experience.      * A writing sample is required.      * This hybrid position is located in Washington, D.C. with an in-office monthly requirement.
Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
Financial Institution and Policy Analysts work under regular supervision to conduct in-depth analyses on quantitative and qualitative data. Perform assigned project tasks while developing domain expertise. Share information and ideas regarding projects and work primarily for their Project Team, Section, or Division. Prepare and deliver communications including presentations and recommendations to others in the Section/Division and/or to external stakeholders. Some travel may be required. About the Team The Federal Reserve Board’s Technology Lab (TechLab) delivers collaborative expertise on payment innovations to Federal Reserve decision makers by conducting and overseeing hands-on research of technologies broadly relevant to payments, clearance, and settlement. The team conducts hands-on technical research, such as open-source code analysis, data set analysis, and unbiased product assessments, to further the organization’s understanding of specific technologies, broaden technical expertise across the Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve System, and support development of policy views and oversight frameworks for new payments technologies. Additionally, the team contributes to the oversight of the Federal Reserve System’s fintech and digital innovations experimentation work. About the Role TechLab’s Financial Institution and Policy Analysts (FIPA) are curious and adaptable contributors to technology-related research projects, supporting hands-on technology research and experimentation. Ideally, Analysts have previous professional or academic experience in payments, banking, computer science, data analysis or a related field. Analysts help to implement the TechLab’s research strategy, contribute to coded or data analysis research projects, draft internal reports, support technology analysis, and represent the TechLab in various Federal Reserve groups, among other responsibilities. Analysts must be strong writers and adaptable multitaskers. All TechLab Analysts must have strong communication skills to speak effectively to a broad range of stakeholders. Position requirements include, but are not limited to:      * Ability to learn about and inform others on innovative technology implementations, such as stablecoins, digital currencies, or distributed ledger technologies      * Experience with an innovation lab or research setting      * Ability to simplify complex technical topics into plain language, written deliverables      * Ability to contribute clean code or verifiable data analysis to research projects      * Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with a variety of subject matter experts, such as engineers, economists, policy analysts, lawyers, and other stakeholders      * Ability to contribute effectively to Agile and Scrum projects and deliverables Additionally, knowledge of the financial technology industry, crypto assets, or data analysis is desirable. Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration, public policy, economics, or another related field and a minimum of 1 year of related experience, or a master’s degree in a related field.      * A writing sample may be required.      * This hybrid position is located in Washington D.C. with an in-office monthly requirement.
Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
Quantitative Analysts work under regular supervision to perform quantitative analysis including statistical modeling and data analysis in support of the Board's mission, Division goals, and Section objectives. Quantitative Analysts perform assigned project tasks while developing increased domain expertise and may lead well-defined tasks within a project. Quantitative Analysts share information and ideas regarding projects and work for their Project Team, Section, Division. Quantitative Analysts prepare and deliver communications including presentations and recommendations to others in the Section/Division and/or to external stakeholders. Some travel may be required. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Quantitative Analysts perform the following responsibilities under regular supervision: 1. Perform quantitative analysis including statistical modeling and data analysis in support of FRB mission, Division goals, and Section objectives. 2. Assist senior staff by providing support, information or analysis. 3. Prepare and deliver clear, accurate and concise communication orally and in writing. 4. Share information and ideas regarding projects and work for Section/Project Teams/Division or external stakeholders. 5. Perform assigned project tasks and lead well-defined tasks within a project. 6. Develop areas of expertise and technical skills. 7. Statistical Modeling:       •  Exhibit a strong understanding of statistical modeling techniques       •  Carry out a variety of aspects of the model life cycle including design, implementation, testing, production, validation, and assessment of models       •  Analyze and interpret results from models or a system of models       •  Document model features, assumptions, operational processes, and results 8. Data Analysis:       •  Implement efforts related to data analytics       •  Perform data extraction, cleaning, and organization       •  Produce charts, graphs, and other visualization techniques to analyze data       •  Identify relevant issues, trends, relationships between key variables, and draw conclusions 9. Quantitative Implementation:       •  Implement processes for scaling and automating modeling and production frameworks       •  Manage, construct, and query data sets       •  Follow systems and guidelines for ensuring reproducibility of model results and analysis 10. Financial Analysis:       •  Exhibit domain-specific knowledge to inform data-driven policy decisions       •  Conduct research related to the financial sector, institutions, and regulation       •  Respond to requests from senior management related to data, model results, operational processes, policy, and emerging risks in financial   institutions and markets 11. Knowledge sharing and training of others:       •  Present work at forums within and across Divisions to share knowledge with others Bachelor's degree in quantitative subject such as computer science, statistics, mathematics, physics, engineering, or degree in another subject such as finance, economics or relevant quantitative background. Minimum of 2 years of related experience or a master’s degree in a related field and 1 year of relevant experience (FR-24) or minimum of 3 years of related experience or a master’s degree in a related field and 2 years of related experience. (FR-25). Proficiency in computational/statistical programming. Experience working with large and complex data sets, including the ability to query databases. Remarks: This Quantitative Analyst role in the Stress Testing Production & Analysis section in Supervision and Regulation will support the quantitative stress tests of bank portfolios related to the Federal Reserve’s responsibilities under the Dodd-Frank Act and ongoing bank supervision. The analyst will be assigned to perform the following duties: •    Implement, modify, test, and document models and systems used in the stress test; •    Execute stress test models and conduct analysis of model outputs to better inform ongoing bank supervision; and/or •    Assess and analyze regulatory collections and other data used in the stress test. The ideal candidate has strong analytical and communication skills; a high level of intellectual curiosity; a demonstrated potential to conduct analysis of banks using large datasets; a solid conceptual understanding of statistical and econometric concepts; and knowledge of or interest in bank regulatory capital. The position will require flexibility to work extended hours to meet deadlines, especially during the stress test production quarter (currently April - June).   Specifically, the ideal candidate will meet several of the following: •    Demonstrated experience in data management or statistical modeling, with knowledge of statistical and econometric modeling techniques and approaches •    Experience with database management tools (such as Microsoft SQL Server) •    Proficiency in one or more statistical programming languages (especially R and/or SAS) is required, and the ideal candidate will have experience using scripting languages (such as Python), Linux, and a version control system (such as Git) •    Ability to write and communicate clearly, deliver effective presentations, and conduct research •    Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work in a group setting in a matrix environment while accomplishing multiple goals within established and changing deadlines •    Familiarity with bank regulatory capital measures and US GAAP accounting standards •    Familiarity with modern revenue and/or risk modeling practices and industry standards •    Experience with software development best practices such as software development life cycle (SDLC) is preferred This position will require an on-site presence in Washington, DC. Travel: less than 25% A writing sample and assessment and data analysis exercise will be part of the application process.
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