Information Technology Examiner
Participates on, or leads with support, supervisory activities, projects, or committees. Assignments are generally routine and non-problematic in nature. Collaborates tointegrate and prioritize results from multiple risk areas to develop a comprehensive supervisory assessment and communicates required corrective actions. May participate on more complex bank, holding company and technology service provider assignments/examinations.
• Activities include an evaluation of inherent risk and mitigating controls to develop a comprehensive analysis of technology risk and the adequacy of risk management practices.
• Gathers and analyzes information from multiple documentation sources.
• Provides leadership, technical expertise and guidance to train and develop less experienced staff on these matters. Reviews the work products of other examiners.
• Develops skills to manage examination resources to ensure a thorough assessment of all key risk areas, including setting the scope/direction of the examination team’s review.
• Provides input into department objectives and practices, including training and other departmental programs.
• Coordinates the preparation of written report comments or other correspondence to communicate analytical findings and matters of supervisory/policy interest tomanagement and recommends supervisory follow-up steps.
• Can be expected to coordinate and direct the activities of other assigned staff.
• May participate on local or System-wide functional committees or special projects.
• May serve as a point of contact for state member banks, bank holding companies, and technology service providers.
• Interfaces with bank officials, consultants, lawyers and others to communicate supervisory information.
• Prepares written report comments or other correspondence to communicate analytical findings and matters of supervisory/policy interest to management and recommends supervisory follow-up steps.
• Develops skills to manage examination resources to ensure a thorough assessment of functional risk areas.
• May provide input into department objectives and practices, including training and other departmental programs.
• Engages in verbal interactions with internal and external constituents in order to gather additional information needed to complete and finalize analysis.
• Compiles and organizes documentation for support of ratings, recommendations, and examination findings in a written work program.
• Provides a summary of analysis and conclusions to internal constituents in written and verbal formats. This includes any material findings and a final recommendation for a quantitative rating that should be assigned to the area(s) reviewed.
• Continues to develop technical expertise and current knowledge of regulations, laws, trends and developments related to the banking industry.
• Provides honest feedback regarding the effectiveness of the IT supervision program and be open to feedback for personal growth and development.
• Bachelor’s degree with emphasis in computer information systems, business, accounting, finance, or economics, or equivalent work experience.
• Examiner commission from a regulatory agency or an active IT-related certification such as Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) strongly desired.
• Six to ten years of banking/industry or three years regulatory experience strongly desired.
• Demonstrates leadership.
• Demonstrates a strong ability to proficiently utilize a variety of analytical techniques to solve problems and reach conclusions.
• Demonstrates balanced judgment and well-reasoned decision making ability.
• Demonstrates sound communication skills, both written and oral.
• Demonstrates ability to make strategic decisions.
• Position requires travel, 30 to 40 percent of the time.