Supervision, Credit and Learning Division Careers
The Banking Supervision division is responsible for monitoring the financial condition and regulatory compliance of state member banks, bank holding companies and savings and loan holding companies in the Eighth District. These activities promote a safe, efficient and competitive banking system—an important part of a healthy economy.
Banking Supervision business functions include:
- Safety and soundness supervision
- Consumer affairs supervision
- Monitoring and surveillance
- Applications (bank holding company formations, bank acquisitions, nonbank activities, member bank mergers and dividend payments)
- Supervisory policy and risk analysis
- Rapid communications
- Examiner curriculum program modernization
The St. Louis Fed’s Learning Technology unit is responsible for learning-technology consulting, learning asset and solution development, and maintenance of the learning solutions portfolio for the banking supervision, credit, community development and learning innovation departments. Projects are led by project leads/coordinators with teams that include developers, analysts, instructional designers, learning technologists and other roles as needed
Bank examiners have unique opportunities for advancement through a structured series of positions, ranging from assistant examiner to supervisory examiner. Experienced professionals are highly valued recruits in Bank Supervision.
The Bank employs individuals with a wide range of previous work experience, including those who have held roles at other financial institutions or as examiners at other regulatory agencies. Typical positions include:
- Financial Analyst
- Policy Analyst
In addition to a comprehensive benefits package, St. Louis Fed employees appreciate other work-life offerings.
- Dress-for-your-day attire
- Discounted parking and bus passes
- On-site fitness center in St. Louis
- Health and wellness programs
Wonder who works at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis? Our employees bring a diverse mix of experiences and viewpoints to the workplace, and jobs here range from bank examiners to graphic designers, ITS professionals to economists.
Diversity isn’t just talked about at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; it’s practiced in every area of our organization. We believe that our differences are what make us stronger.