$41.58-$56.69 Hourly / $3,326.17-$4,534.94 BiWeekly /
In the Department of Banking, this class is accountable for managing the staff and operations of a major sub-unit or regulatory program of a Division.
This class is used in one of two ways:
Receives administrative direction from a Division Director or other administrative official of higher grade.
Manages staff and operations unit; coordinates, prioritizes, plans and manages examinations, investigations, licensing, consumer services and/or other regulatory programs; formulates goals and objectives; develops or assists in development of related policy; develops and recommends operating procedures; coaches and guides for improvement; oversees the ongoing development of staff by ensuring that skills are continuously enhanced; evaluates staff; interprets and provides guidance to staff on pertinent banking laws and regulations; recommends new or revised legislation; assesses the ability and performance of management and the compliance and soundness of regulated entities; assesses compliance and identifies violations of law of regulated entities; maintains a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory process; coordinates investigations of dishonest or unethical business practices and other violations of law; facilitates resolutions of consumer complaints; proposes and negotiates stipulation agreements; prepares civil or criminal referrals outlining alleged violation of law; reviews and makes recommendations of comprehensive reports of examination, investigation, consumer complaint and related activity; recommends disciplinary action against regulated entities as appropriate; coordinates joint exams or investigations with federal regulators and/or international regulatory agencies; attends meetings and maintains communication with officials of regulated entities regarding regulatory program and issues; oversees the review of mergers, acquisitions, conversions, and the licensing and registration of regulated entities; assists in preparation of program budget; implements initial training programs for new employees consisting of on-the-job training and formal education; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of and ability to apply management and LEAN principles and techniques; considerable knowledge of relevant state and federal laws and regulations; considerable knowledge of regulatory and investigative procedures and techniques; considerable knowledge of international regulatory standards; considerable knowledge of principles and practices of accounting and auditing; knowledge of the organization and operation of financial institutions and other entities operating under the supervision of the Department of Banking; considerable oral and written communication skills; considerable supervisory ability.
Nine (9) years of professional experience involving one or more of the following areas: regulation of financial institutions or other entities regulated by the Department of Banking; accounting, auditing or finance work in financial institutions regulated by the Department of Banking.
Two (2) years of the General Experience must have been in advanced working/lead capacity over professional staff. For State Employees, this is interpreted to be at or above the level of Associate Financial Examiner.