Please select the appropriate specialty code. You must provide supporting documentation in order to receive consideration.
001: Competitive: Please select this specialty if you meet the following criteria: You are a current or former civilian Federal employee in the competitive service who has: career or career-conditional status; OR, reinstatement eligibility into the competitive service. You must submit a copy of your latest SF-50 Notification of Personnel Action showing title, series, grade and the full performance level of the position; OR, you are a veteran separated after 3 or more years of continuous active service performed under honorable conditions. You must submit a copy of your DD-214 (Member 4 Copy) or if you are currently in the military a statement of service.
002: Non Competitive: Please select this specialty if you meet the following criteria: You are a current or former civilian Federal employee who held a permanent position in the competitive service that had the same (or higher) promotion potential as the full performance level of this job; OR, you meet these eligibility requirements from an excepted service agency with an interchange agreement. You must submit a copy of your SF-50 showing that you meet these requirements; OR, you are eligible to be hired under a Special Hiring Authority such as those authorized for persons with disabilities; disabled veterans who have a compensable service-connected disability of 30% or more; certain other veterans; spouses of certain members of the armed forces; and returning Peace Corps volunteers. You must submit relevant supporting documentation.
1. From the statements below, select the one response that best describes your highest level of experience you fully possess that demonstrations your ability to perform the work of a Consumer Compliance Policy and Outreach Analyst at the CU-13 level.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Darken the oval corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the Qualifications and Availability Form C. Please select only one letter for each item.
2. Review internal controls of a business or other organization to determine risk exposure.
3. Examine and review loan or credit files for proper disclosures, processing, and reporting.
4. Identify and address regulatory compliance issues.
5. Serve as Examiner-in-Charge for financial institutions with assets exceeding $250 million.
6. Identify emerging or potential compliance risks for financial institutions.
7. Complete detailed, complex projects on schedule while maintaining a high quality work product.
8. Carry out work in frequently changing geographic locations or physical environments.
9. Use software or automated applications to analyze demographics and other data to determine trends in compliance with Federal laws and regulations.
10. Use spreadsheet applications (i.e., Lotus, Excel, Quattro Pro, etc.) and/or database software (i.e., Access, Fox Pro, etc.).
11. Develop information gathering methods.
12. Manage projects.
13. Manage multiple tasks or projects simultaneously.
14. Use presentation software to develop briefings, training materials, webcast materials, and presentations for agency staff, management, financial institutions, and other stakeholders.
15. Develop instructions related to financial reporting.
16. Prepare reports related to national trends and policy changes.
17. Develop written analyses to evaluate consumer compliance and lending trends, effect of policy changes, analysis of product & service trends, and reporting changes.
18. Prepare written products on technical subject matter which involves researching, interpreting, and reaching conclusions from information gathered.
19. Develop briefings, fact sheets, or position papers.
20. Use spreadsheet software to analyze large groups of data, project effects of policy change, and provide useful reports to larger audiences.
21. Create reports, memos, manuals, instruction guides, etc.
22. Give oral presentations or informational briefings to a variety of audiences.
23. Guide and assist financial institution staff and officials, state supervisory authorities, regional offices, and field staff in understanding Federal consumer protection and fair lending laws and regulations.
24. Represent the agency during meetings with external parties related to consumer protection and fair lending policy implementation, supervision, or enforcement.
25. Present training related to fair lending and consumer compliance trends.
26. Conduct briefings regarding regulatory and reporting changes as well as current fair lending and consumer compliance issues affecting financial institutions.
27. Communicate and coordinate actions with co-workers, intra-agency staff, and staff in other agencies to achieve goals.