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  • Glenn Brown
    From: bounce-4096483-8121152@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-4096483-8121152@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of moon_john2000@yahoo.com Sent: Wednesday, July 15,
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      From: bounce-4096483-8121152@... [mailto:bounce-4096483-8121152@...] On Behalf Of moon_john2000@...
      Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 3:52 PM
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      Subject: Federal Reserve Board Career Opportunity - Community Affairs Senior Research Liaison - Washington, DC

       

      The Division of Consumer and Community Affairs at the Federal Reserve Board is seeking applications for a newly created position, Senior Research Liaison, in Washington, DC.  We are looking for qualified individuals who have acquired a PhD in economics, urban planning, public policy, or other related fields that have demonstrated knowledge regarding community development and consumer protection/finance issues.  In addition to conducting research, the incumbent will also play a program manager and coordination role as he/she oversees research efforts within the Federal Reserve System and with outside constituents.  A more complete description is below, as well as a link to the website.

      Interested candidates should apply directly through the Federal Reserve Board web-site at:

      http://www.federalreserve.gov/careers/jobsearch/default.aspx

      Position Description
      The Community Affairs Research Liaison, under the overall supervision of the Assistant Director, will be responsible for establishing and maintaining professional relationships with researchers in the Community Affairs functions across the System.  The incumbent will provide a credible bridge between the System and the Board through providing effective and timely responses to requests for problem solving or information and promoting the quality of research.  Additionally, the incumbent will take advantage of their unique national view to identify areas where research capacity can be expanded through partnerships across the System in the Community Affairs and Research and Statistics functions.  The incumbent will also have the professional contacts and/or relationship building skills required to help researchers across the System gain access to community development agencies and policy analysts.
      Position Requirements

      Requires excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills, strong interpersonal skills, and excellent research and analytical skills.  In addition, requires a demonstrated ability to conduct research and work closely with Federal Reserve System researchers to develop a collaborative research agenda focused on community development and low-and moderate income communities.  Both the FR 27 and FR 28 grade levels have a  minimum requirement of a PhD degree in economics, applied economics, public policy, urban planning, or other research intensive field of study.  Experience working with financial institutions, consumer regulatory policy, and consumer behavior is highly desirable.  The FR 28 grade level requires a minimum of four years of specialized experience in the field of community development.  The FR 27 grade level requires a minimum of three years of specialized experience in the field of community development. The incumbent will work across the Federal Reserve System and with the broader external research and academic community to identify and initiate research proposals for consideration by the Reserve Bank research community.  Will work independently, operating without detailed guidance, while also functioning as part of a team.  Is able to synthesize large volumes of  research and information, and crystallize the learning into concise, salient points for communication across a wide variety of audiences.  Is able to identify common data needs for the Federal Reserve System research community and facilitate the sharing of data across the System.  Will provide visibility and communication across the System to help researchers connect across Districts, as well as provide access to research organizations and think tanks focused on community development.  Will play a leadership role and provide strategic input into the design and development of the bi-annual Community Affairs research conference.

      Thank you.

      John Moon
      Senior Community Affairs Analyst
      Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
      Washington, DC 20551
      John.d.moon@...
      (202) 452-3196

       

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