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Supervisory Risk and Surveillance Vice President
Location : Texas, Dallas
Refer job # SQWN339835
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: This responsibility requires a current knowledge of broad financial trends and perspectives, and the active identification, analysis and resolution of emerging and ongoing risks affecting Eleventh District institutions. This position also requires a technical expertise associated with operations of banking organizations and a working knowledge of safety and soundness regulations, as well as general regulatory compliance. Represent the Reserve Bank in meetings with bankers and the public at multiple venues, ranging from individual bank meetings to trade association conferences and other appropriate forums. Engage with senior officials of regulated institutions, especially when dealing with significant risks, enforcement actions and programmatic deficiencies. Serve as a point of escalation for supervisory issues and resolve issues as necessary. Industry Analysis - Provide general oversight of the analysis of financial industry trends. Ensure staff are discovering and articulating key findings to be used by examination staff, Banking Supervision management, research economists, and the president. Work with the Federal Reserve Board of Governors to communicate key findings in the Eleventh District that may be leading indicators of broader financial risk in the banking sector. Serve as sponsor for surveillance activities conducted at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas on behalf of the Board of Governors and Federal Reserve System. Work with all stakeholders to ensure results of surveillance activities is aligned with stakeholder needs. Strategy Development / Execution - As a member of the Department s officer team, contribute to the development of Department strategic goals and objectives. Work with Department management to identify and set tactical initiatives, and author related documentation for communication to all staff. Lead business line planning and ensure accomplishment of goals and objectives for areas of responsibility. Policy & System Leadership - Actively lead or participate on and contribute to Federal Reserve System committees in area of responsibility that are aligned with the Department s strategic objectives. Establish strategy for policy contributions, determine priorities and marshal resources accordingly. Facilitate and foster extensive communication with the Federal Reserve Board of Governors to influence System policy and strategic direction. Represent the Reserve Bank and assume leadership positions at the Federal Reserve System level, including developing, recommending and implementing significant Federal Reserve System initiatives. Leadership / Team Development - Provide general oversight to Supervisory Risk and Surveillance management teams, which includes setting priorities, ensuring accountability, reviewing work products, and facilitating talent management and succession planning. Oversee the skill development and coaching of Supervisory Risk and Surveillance management to ensure continuous enhancement of their confidence, competence and capability in appropriately managing the supervision of district institutions, as well as the development of the organization s talent pipeline. Primary Management Responsibilities - Ensure that all program deliverables are completed timely, consistently and within our high quality standards. Demonstrate balanced judgment and well-reasoned decision making in situations that may involve complex issues, public scrutiny, market reactions, and potentially adversarial circumstances. Negotiate effectively and resolve conflicts to achieve supervisory goals while maintaining positive relationships with key stakeholders. Demonstrate a capacity to identify and pursue multiple initiatives simultaneously and deliver superior results timely and with minimal or no supervision. Participate in the prioritization of resources considering local needs as well as Federal Reserve System supervision and policy priorities. KEY COMPETENCIES: Ensures Accountability - Holds self and others accountable to meet commitments. Creates and environment of accountability for meeting agreed-upon expectations. Holds leaders accountable for the performance of their teams. Attracts Top Talent - Attracts and selects the best talent to meet current and future business needs. Creates an organization that is an attractive place to work. Identifies and attracts key individuals who have the critical capabilities needed by the organization, and resolves critical gaps in the organization s strategic talent pools. Communicates Effectively - Develops and delivers multimode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences. Demonstrates candor and openness in all instances. Communicates effectively to a wide variety of audiences in a constructive manner. Customer Focus - Builds strong customer relationships and delivers customer-centric solutions. Ensures organizational resources are focused on meeting customer needs, and establishes alliances or partnerships with key customers. Develops Talent - Develops people to meet both their career goals and the organization s goals. Creates a culture that emphasizes ongoing learning and development. Coaches and mentors key talent. Champions organizational efforts for developing all employees and ensuring leadership excellence. Values Differences - Recognizes the value that different perspectives and cultures bring to an organization. Cultivates an environment that makes others feel valued, regardless of their background, and encourages diversity and inclusion. Instills Trust - Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity. Acts in the best interests of others and the organization, even when it conflicts with self-interests. Is truthful and transparent, fostering a sense of trust in the organization and its leadership. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor s degree in a business-related field required; master s degree preferred Working knowledge of applicable banking laws and regulations; in-depth knowledge of BSA/AML, Safety & Soundness, and Information Technology regulations preferred Minimum of ten years experience in the banking, regulatory, or a similar industry Minimum seven years experience managing and leading management team members and employees Proficiency with business productivity products such as Microsoft Office, groupware (SharePoint), etc. Excellent oral and written communication skills Equivalent education and/or experience may be substituted WORK HOURS AND CONDITIONS:8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday with flexibility as required; requires upwards to 20% travel year-round.
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