The Vacancy Identification Number is:821246
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1. From the descriptions below, select the letter that corresponds to the statement that most accurately describes your specialized experience as it directly relates to this position.A. I have one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS/SK-13 level providing analysis relating to the structure, benefits and risks of (i) investment products offered by mutual fund groups, ETF groups and other asset managers or (ii) instruments in which mutual funds, ETFs and other asset managers invest.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Please select only one letter for each item.A- I have no education, training or experience in performing this task.
2. Discuss financial and investment concepts with investment advisers, investment companies, risk analysts and economists.
3. Prepare reports taking into account financial and investment theory.
4. Review, assess and comment on adequacy of operations and risk management practices of investment companies, investment advisers and/or investment banks or broker-dealers.
5. Conduct meetings with investment companies or investment advisers on the sufficiency of their risk management practices and operations.
6. Assess, analyze and report risks associated with complex financial products and portfolios of investment advisers and investment companies.
7. Discuss and comment on the risks associated with complex financial products and portfolios of investment advisers and investment companies.
8. Design and prepare reports on complex statistical studies or financial models.
9. Prepare comprehensive charts, graphs, and other documentation with interpretations.
10. Prepare reports that authoritatively evaluate highly technical study findings, and report on very complex or controversial subjects for policy-setting.
11. Present authoritative reports based on the evaluation and interpretation of studies in the area of complex statistical or model analysis, risk management or regulatory purposes.
12. Communicate with staff, representatives of government activities, or private industry when assisting in carrying out portions of an overall study or project under the guidance of a senior economist.
13. Discuss study findings and participate in planning and carrying out assignments that involve small statistical studies or a series of simple studies related to project or program issues.
14. Discuss study findings and plan and carry out diverse major statistical studies related to project or program issues and problems that required considerable planning and coordination because of the study size or intensity.
15. Advise top level managers when formulating and guiding major research related to project or program problems of great difficult and critical importance.