At the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco we believe in the diversity of our people, ideas, and experiences and are committed to building an inclusive culture that is representative of the communities we serve.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco aims to be the most admired and highly respected public institution, known for our public service, integrity, performance, ingenuity and respect. A key focus is on excellence in engaging and investing in our workforce.
The mission of Federal Reserve Cash Services (FedCash Services) is to supply currency and coin to meet both domestic and international demand, maintain the quality and integrity of currency and coin in circulation, and ensure Depository Institutions (Dis) have ready access to Cash Services. Our primary goal in meeting our mission is to maintain confidence in U.S. currency through well-controlled operations with sufficient capacity to meet the needs of the marketplace on a daily basis and in times of stress. Although both financial and operational efficiency are important goals for Cash Services, they remain secondary to maintaining confidence. The CPO partners with the twelve Reserve Banks to accomplish the Fed's mission by providing leadership, coordination, and support in several key areas, including financial management.
As a Financial Analyst in the Cash Product Office, you will have a key role in support of the Office's mission, goals, and strategic objectives. This is your opportunity to combine your passion in leadership and collaboration along with business acumen. You will lead efforts related to financial planning, analysis, and control as well as operational metrics management for the FedCash Services business, which encompasses 28 Cash Offices throughout the twelve Federal Reserve Banks.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Skills and Competencies:
Strong analytical skills, proficiency with financial modeling tools particularly Microsoft Excel;
Strong collaboration skills and commitment to the OneBank vision, with an interest in ensuring strong relationships and an ability to partner effectively with others in the pursuit of common goals;
Strong critical thinking, including analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to synthesize and effectively communicate complex issues;
Demonstrate strong influence skills, including excellent written, speaking, and presentation skills, and the ability to talk to and reach a range of people and audiences across and outside of the business function;
Strong organizational skills to manage competing and dynamic priorities, and multiple concurrent activities;
Strong project management skills and the ability to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously amongst changing priorities and deadlines; experience in facilitating project meetings with key business partners, and develop action items and meeting summaries;
Business acumen with a proven ability to evaluate the costs, risks and benefits associated with alternative actions before making decisions; and
Highest levels of personal and professional integrity at all times.
Must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or hold a permanent resident/green card with intent to become a U.S. Citizen
3 years progressive experience in financial management within complex, dynamic environment
Bachelor's degree, accounting or finance concentrations preferred
Experience with Tableau and/or other business intelligence software preferred
5-10% travel is required for this position
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our people proudly reflect the diversity and ideas of the communities we serve.
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