The State of Minnesota offers excellent employee benefits, such as low-cost health and dental insurance, affordable dependent coverage; up to 29 paid vacation days per year; up to 13 sick days per year; 11 paid holidays; pension and retirement savings plan; life insurance (family coverage available); long-term care insurance (spouse/parent coverage available); pre-tax benefits; health care savings plan; and ongoing educational opportunities. Employees also receive access to the Golden Rule Building Fitness Center for only $30 per year!
To direct and supervise the unit's professional and administrative staff and supervise the onsite examination program for credit unions and non-depository companies. Direct and supervise the processing of written reports of examinations, formal and informal corrective programs, documents of resolution for failing institutions, applications, offsite monitoring, monitoring of federal prompt corrective action directives, and monitoring of corrective programs for State Chartered Credit Unions and non-depository institutions. To develop and implement corrective programs for troubled institutions. Implement resolution/merger transactions for failing institutions. To ensure statutory requirements are met by the regulated industries, protect and serve the financial needs of the general public, and maintain the confidence of the public in the financial institutions under agency supervision. To license or charter credit unions and non-depository institutions. To license debt settlement companies. Supervise the consumer complaint activities for client companies. Work as the department's chief liaison with the office of the State Attorney General in preparing the documents of resolution and related corrective actions.
**NOTE: Job offer is contingent upon passing reference checks to verify job-related credentials, a criminal background check and drivers history check prior to appointment.
**This position requires overnight travel**
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Accounting or equivalent. Five years of professional-level work experience at a financial institutions - OR- 3 or more years as a Financial Institution Assistant Examiner, Examiner, Senior Examiner or higher at the Department of Commerce. Knowledge of generally-accepted accounting principles and practices sufficient to analyze and interpret fiscal data. Effective organization, time management and communication skills (both oral and written). Strong interpersonal relations skills to develop and maintain effective working relationships with financial institution officials, co-workers and supervisory staff.
- Interpret and implement federal and state laws and policies related to the regulation of financial institutions.
- Prepare and interpret complex fiscal reports and records.
- Demonstrate a high degree of dependability and work effectively in a team.
- Effectively use word processing, database and spreadsheet software.
- Perform the position responsibilities and work the required schedule, which will include frequent travel.
An MBA or graduate degree in banking is desirable. 10+ years of industry experience and 5+ years as an examiner
The selection process is a resume-based, skill-matching process. Resumes of all applicants to this posting will be evaluated against the Minimum Qualifications stated above. If your skills match the required skills for this position, the department may contact you.
If you have already submitted a resume to this database within the last 12 months that clearly identifies your knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience, you do not need to submit another.