"This position is located in the Division of Risk Management Supervision, Operations of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D.C."
Convenes special task forces, conduct in-depth research and analysis of trends in technology in the financial services industry, assesses business processes and existing systems, develops recommendations for technology solutions, and presents recommendations to other senior FDIC executives and/or the Board of Directors.
Serves as a technical advisor in the area of the Division's development and management of long-range, examiner technology tools and other technology matters of a complex nature and as an authoritative resource for corporate information technology committees and councils, regional offices, examiners, and other FDIC Divisions and Offices.
Maintains cooperative relationships and works closely with other FDIC Divisions and Offices, federal and state supervisory authorities, and industry representatives to communicate system design standards, training, and installation requirements to facilitate the deployment of examination technology tools (hardware and software) and other automated systems.
Serves as a spokesperson and represents the Division at meetings with various federal and state supervisory authorities, committees, financial services industry and financial institutions, and senior management throughout the Corporation, including standing and ad hoc committees, to articulate the Division's views, requirements, policies and procedures and ensure appropriate action. Such groups include, but are not limited to, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), the FFIEC Task Force on Information Sharing, the FDIC Capital Investment Review Committee, and the FDIC Chief Information Officer Council.
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