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Individual pay will be set within the announced range commensurate with the selectee's background and experience.
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This position is located in the Division of Risk Management, Office of Examination and Insurance (E&l). This position is established to identify current and potential risk to the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) and to provide guidance and oversight to ensure consistency among regions and adherence to current policies and procedures regarding problem case credit unions. The incumbent develops and maintain s a program enhancing the likelihood of detecting and preventing fraud and provides guidance to NCUA staff on investigative procedures.
In this position, you will:
Develop, update, and revise agency policy and procedures pertaining to the fraud risk program for all federally insured credit unions.
Analyze fraud loss metrics for risk assessment and mitigation opportunities.
Develop standards and requirements pertaining to credit union operations for the purpose of reducing risk and loss to the Fund.
Devise a system of continuing analysis and monitoring that identifies underlying causes to present and potential areas of fraud risk and loss and recommend policy alternatives for dealing with these areas and their causes.
Work with regions on severe problem credit union cases to assist in the analysis of problem areas, investigative techniques to identify criminal activity, and formulation of workout plans.
Revise, update, and conduct training and awareness programs within the Division's purview for internal use and for external groups as determined by the Agency.