Here are a few sample job descriptions to help you determine where your skills and interests may fit at the Minneapolis Fed.
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Business analysts’ responsibilities vary from technical in nature to project driven. Business analysts test and manage new systems/applications or lead system work group projects. This position generally requires a bachelor’s degree with project management and analytical experience.
Our Supervision, Regulation, and Credit department focuses on ensuring the safety and soundness of financial institutions and the equitable treatment of consumers. Bank examiners play a critical role in making sure that financial institutions comply with banking laws and regulations and use sound practices to mitigate risks. We offer various levels of bank examiner positions to fit the size and complexity of financial institutions and bank holding companies we examine. We invest heavily in staff training to help individuals excel in identifying risk and analyzing supervised institutions.
Our large Information Technology department supports technology solutions for the Bank’s business units. Positions generally require a four-year college degree and four years of IT-related experience.
IT help desk
The Bank’s IT department operates an around-the-clock national help desk that supports the entire Federal Reserve System. Our help desk professionals must excel at customer service and be quick on their feet as they assist other Fed employees in solving and troubleshooting their technical problems.
Our Treasury Services and the Customer Contact Center offer positions that require strong communication skills in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. Customer support representatives and customer service specialists need to be adaptable and able to multitask, work with a number of computer applications, and provide excellent service to internal and external customers. These positions generally require a high school diploma and prior customer service experience.
We provide a variety of paid college internships designed to help students learn about the Bank and its functions. While specific duties may vary, depending upon the assigned department, internships are project-based and analytical in nature. In addition to on-the-job work experience, internships also include mentoring, networking, and training opportunities to benefit students' personal and professional development.
We regularly recruit interns between November and February each year for placement at the Bank during the summer months.