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Assistant National Bank Examiner

The OCC, an independent bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, is hiring for assistant national bank examiner positions in many cities across the United States.
As an assistant bank examiner, you help the OCC achieve its mission by ensuring that banks operate in a safe and sound manner, provide fair access to financial services, treat customers fairly, and comply with applicable laws and regulations.
Upon joining the OCC, you are assigned to a training team for six to 12 months. You receive on-the-job and formal classroom training and learn the basic procedures and practices of the OCC’s supervisory process. After completing training, you work alongside experienced bank examiners and continue to develop your bank examination skills.
As an assistant national bank examiner, you play a dynamic role in the nation’s banking system by:
●       serving as an entry-level bank examiner in the OCC’s Midsize and Community Bank Supervision divisions.
●       assisting or conducting bank examinations under the supervision of experienced national bank examiners.
●       gathering and analyzing information through discussions with coworkers and bank management.
●       reviewing all areas of banking, including lending, investments, capital, earnings, interest rate risk, liquidity, and consumer compliance protection programs.
●       assessing compliance with banking laws and regulations; and
●       preparing written examination recommendations and reports, which are shared with bank executives, team members, and senior OCC examiners.
Required Qualifications
To qualify for the entry-level bank examiner position, you need:
●       a four-year course of study leading to a bachelor's degree or one full year of graduate-level education with major study in accounting, banking, business administration, commercial or banking law, economics, finance, marketing, or other field closely related to the position; or
●       three years of work experience in a financial institution that has provided you with knowledge of accounting or auditing principles; or
●       equivalent combinations of education and experience; or
●       a certified public accountant certificate obtained through written examination in a U.S. territory, state, or the District of Columbia.
In addition: All qualified applicants are required to pass the entry-level pre-employment assessments, which include a knowledge test, a written communication skills test, and an analytical reasoning test. In addition, they must pass a structured interview, as well as a criminal and financial background investigation.
Applicants must be US Citizens.
Salary and Benefits
The OCC offers competitive salaries under a performance-based pay plan. The entry-level examiner starting salary is $58,000 per year. Additional geographical pay is available in some hiring locations.
OCC employees have a more generous salary and benefits program than most other federal employees. Many benefits are paid by the OCC at no cost to employees, while others are generously subsidized. OCC benefits include:
●       health, dental, and vision insurance;
●       retirement savings programs to which the OCC contributes up to 10 percent of an employee’s pay per year;
●       generous holiday and leave programs (11 paid federal holidays and 13 to 26 days annual leave); and a
●       flexible work schedule.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted from Monday, January 30, 2023, through March 2, 2023, 2023 at

The OCC has entry-level bank examiner vacancies in the below locations. ANBE Applicants may select up to two locations for a start date of July 2023. The estimated travel is based on historical averages. Travel within a particular year or other given period of time may be more or less than the estimated level. Additionally, travel time while on the training team could be up to 100%.

Estimated Travel Percentage
Alexandria, MN
30% to 45%
Billings, MT
45% to 55%
Charlotte, NC
50% to 60%
Chicago (Downers Grove), IL
30% to 45%
Cincinnati (Blue Ash), OH
25% to 40%
Columbus (Dublin), OH
30% to 45%
Denver, CO
40% to 50%
Detroit (Southfield), MI
30% to 40%
Kansas City (Overland Park), KS
30% to 40%
Little Rock, AR
25% to 35%
Longview, TX
25% to 35%
Los Angeles (Glendale), CA
40% to 50%
Louisville, KY
30% to 45%
Lubbock, TX
35% to 45%
Omaha, NE
30% to 40%
Peoria, IL
25% to 40%
Philadelphia (Trevose), PA
35% to 40%
Pittsburgh (Monroeville), PA
40% to 65%
Roanoke, VA
55% to 65%
San Diego (Carlsbad), CA
40% to 50%
San Francisco, CA
30% to 40%
Santa Ana, CA
40% to 50%
Sioux Falls, SD
30% to 40%
St. Louis, MO
25% to 40%
Syracuse (East Syracuse), NY
50% to 60%
Tulsa, OK
30% to 40%
Wichita, KS
25% to 35%