Policy Analyst

The Office of the Financial Stability Oversight Council/U.S. Dept. of the Treasury

About the organization

The Office of the Financial Stability Oversight Council seeks a Policy Analyst to analyze the economic, financial, and policy implications of matters before the Council. The Council was created as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to identify risks to US financial stability, promoting market discipline, and responding to emerging threats to the US financial system. This position is in the office within the Treasury Department that supports the Council.

Duties

-Monitor developments related to financial stability in financial markets and financial institutions, including relevant legislative, regulatory, and policy developments;

-Prepare various types of written findings, including tables, narrative analyses, and reports;

-Assist other members of the Office of the Financial Stability Oversight Council in advising Treasury’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for FSOC on emerging issues or risks involving financial institutions or financial markets that could impact financial stability;

-Assist in preparing written materials, including briefing papers, for use by senior Treasury officials, including for the purpose of meetings, speeches, and Congressional testimony;

-Assist in maintaining contacts with federal or state financial regulatory agencies or outside parties in connection with the development and implementation of policy proposals.

Qualifications

-Conducting economic or financial analyses of financial markets, such as capital markets, commodity markets, or derivatives markets, or financial institutions, such as depository institutions, broker-dealers, investment companies, insurance companies, or central counterparties; AND

-Making policy, guidance, or strategy recommendations directly related to financial markets such as capital markets, commodity markets, or derivatives markets, or financial institutions, such as depository institutions, broker-dealers, investment companies, insurance companies, or central counterparties, for a financial regulator, an organization, or management team; AND

-Experience building consensus positions; AND

-Experience creating and delivering presentations.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please follow application instructions on USAJobs. Applications are able to submit relevant writing samples that demonstrate subject matter expertise on the subject matter, including financial stability, financial markets, and economics.

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