To maintain the stability and public confidence in the nation's financial system by: insuring deposits, examining and supervising financial institutions for safety and soundness and consumer protection, and managing receiverships.
Headquarters: Washington, D.C. and Arlington, VA. Regional offices in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City and San Francisco. Field Offices in locations throughout the country.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ranked 1st out of agencies in the 2010 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings with an index score of 79.2.
FDIC participates in on-campus, professional and diversity events to attract top quality candidates. The agency’s Web site lists the schedule of career fairs and campuses where the agency is actively recruiting. Internships are available for high school, undergraduate, graduate and vocational/technical students interested in finance and business. The FDIC Legal Division Honors Program is a two-year program for law school graduates designed to provide selected individuals with a better understanding of the work of the agency. To be eligible, candidates must have a “B” average or be in the top third of their law school class. FDIC expects to hire four or more candidates for this program each year in the Washington, D.C. area.
Financial examiners are the agency’s predominant occupation and will continue to be the focal point of future recruitment efforts. Current and future recruitment priorities include: compliance analyst, compliance examiner, loan review specialist and risk management examiner at mid-level in most FDIC locations; resolutions and receivership specialist in Dallas and Jacksonville, and auditor at entry level in headquarters. Future recruitment efforts will focus on recruitment of attorneys and information technology specialists at all grade levels in headquarters and regional offices throughout the country.
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FDIC operates on a Calendar Year basis rather than Fiscal Year. CY 2009 hiring data includes the last quarter 2009 and excludes all non-permanent hires.
Demographics source: FedScope, OPM
Source: Fedscope 09/08
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