Assist with the management of First Federal's BSA and Fraud Programs to ensure staff compliance with federal regulations, specifically the Bank Secrecy Act, OFAC, Customer Identification Program, and the Bank Protection Act. Participate in and support activities to ensure that internal and external fraud and loss prevention efforts are sound and effective within all areas of First Federal for the purpose of reducing or eliminating fraud and losses from all sources.
Manage First Federal's fraud prevention solutions and anti-money laundering software solutions on a daily basis to comply with Bank Secrecy Act (including but not limited to MIS, CTR and SAR completion and submission as well as potential fraud review).
Assist with BSA/fraud training for all staff including new hires, annual and remedial training as needed.
Maintain BSA and fraud program procedures.
Support the administration of internal and external security and loss prevention activities / investigations.
Gather information and responses for examination and audit requests as it relates to Bank Secrecy Act audits and examinations including any self-assessments.
Submit BSA and fraud related investigations and alerts to management and/or the SAR committee.
Conduct required reviews of OFAC fails and 314a and 314b requests.
Assist with CompliancePro workbooks and self-assessments on an annual basis. Resolve identified compliance issues where found.
Support the Information Security Department to ensure the institution's employees, customers, facilities, assets, records and proprietary information are safeguarded as required by the GLB Act.
Participate in investigations of suspected internal and external criminal violations, suspicious activity/incidents, fraudulent activity, losses and violations of Federal regulations and/or policy violations that may become BSA or fraud issues.
Respond to and complete submitted subpoena requests to Law Enforcement Officers including coordinating and communicating with law enforcement agencies as necessary.
Completes all assigned annual training requirements in a timely manner.
Maintain regular and predictable attendance.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required
High school diploma or certified equivalency. Typically requires two (2) years relevant work experience administering and performing investigative functions. Progressively responsible experience in case management, testifying and managing investigations. Retail banking experience desired.
Develop and maintain a working knowledge of First Federal policies, procedures, and systems.
Knowledge of accounting, compliance, and auditing processes and their interaction with the BSA/Fraud function.
Ability to develop and conduct effective BSA and Fraud-related training for diverse audiences.
Highly developed and effective written and oral communication skills.
Working knowledge of computer operations and systems.
Ability to effectively utilize computer software for projects and presentations.
Ability to participate in on-going training. May require travel.
The work requires the ability to operate office machines and equipment, such as personal computers, printers, copying machines and telephones. The work requires the ability to communicate clearly with customers, coworkers, and others in person and on telephones. Work activities involve combinations of sitting/standing for extended periods.
First Federal Savings And Loan