Policy Advisor (Financial Stability Oversight Council)
- Washington D.C.
- $132,368 - $172,075
- 26 Jan 2023
- 06 Feb 2023
- Job Function
- Banking, Compliance/Regulatory, Economics
- Industry Sector
- Employment Type
- Full Time
The Office of the Financial Stability Oversight Council is hiring! We are hiring Policy Advisors at the GS-14 level. These individuals will work on the dynamic and fast-growing FSOC Secretariat team to help research and monitor issues related to U.S. financial stability – including climate-related financial risk, digital assets, nonbank financial intermediation, Treasury market resilience, and other emerging risks. They will have unique opportunities to liaise and collaborate with counterparts at FSOC member agencies (FRB, SEC, OCC, etc.) through their leadership and support of interagency FSOC committees and their assistance with the development of reports mandated by Congress or the White House regarding risks to U.S. financial stability. Candidates should have U.S. citizenship and minimum one year’s experience leading projects related to the research and analysis of financial markets, financial institutions, and regulatory policy.
As a Policy Advisor, you will:
- Formulate, conduct, evaluate, and carry out a wide range of economic and financial analysis relating to those duties described in the introduction.
- Develop, produce, and prepare policy statements, briefing materials, Congressional testimonies, Congressional reports, official correspondence, and other official documents for the Secretary, and other senior officials at Treasury in their role as supporting the Chairperson of the Council and at member agencies of the Council.
- Work with others and independently in coordinating analysis on matters before the Council. Work products contain all relevant background information and present alternatives and recommendations on which policy decisions can be based.
- Develop research and analytical materials on matters of interest to the Council. Support interagency committees and working groups to help generate research findings that are used to resolve critical issues that arise in the course of formulating Council, Treasury, or member agency policy positions and to inform decisions made by members of the Council.