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30+ days ago

Financial Systems Analyst

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Financial Systems Analyst (FSA) is responsible for the analysis of System economic, financial and structure data; the development of requirements… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

Quality Assurance Analyst

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst is responsible for following an overall Quality Assurance strategy for technology projects using the Information… Federal Reserve Board


16 days ago

Manager

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

Manages the daily operations of one or more supervisory programs and sections. Provides leadership in the development of the section and staff… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

Sr Data Base Administrator

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Senior Data Base Administrator (DBA) works with a high degree of independence and analyzes, enhances, and maintains the Board's database and data… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

Supv Consumer Fin Serv Analyst

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Supervisory Consumer Financial Services Analyst performs analyses of complex issues related to financial services consumer compliance supervision… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

D&I/EEO Specialist/Data Analys

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

Serves as a Diversity and Inclusion Data Analyst under general supervision of the D&I Compliance Supervisor in all aspects of preparing analytical… Federal Reserve Board


18 days ago

Student Intern

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System's (Board's) Office of Inspector General (OIG) intends to hire paid student interns for the… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

Communications Analyst

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Communications Analyst assists higher-level technical staff in installing, testing, maintaining, enhancing, & configuring communication system… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

Information Systems Specialist

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

include the following; 1. Design simple to medium complexity technical solutions from a functional design specification. 2. Develop and adapt… Federal Reserve Board


30+ days ago

Comp Applic Analyst

Federal Reserve Board Washington, DC

The Computer Applications Analyst develops or maintains moderate-to-large size systems or assists in the development or maintenance of larger… Federal Reserve Board


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    Decent place to start a career but don't stay too long. (Specific to this position)

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    Current Employee - Financial Systems Analyst in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Financial Systems Analyst in Washington, DC

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    Pros

    You get to do some interesting economic analysis looking at data. You can do an AWA (Alternative Work Arangement) that almost everyone does, where you work 9 hour days rather than 8, but you get 1 day off (most people pick a Friday) every 2 weeks (without counting against your leave time). The benefits are really great and lots of vacation. Also, everyone gets an office (although some people share large offices with one other employee). Almost no career advancement without advanced degrees. To move up you have to apply for completely different positions in another division.

    Cons

    The federal reserve, like most government organizations, is very lazy. There are entire weeks myself and colleagues have absolutely zero work and just sit in our offices with nothing to do. This makes it tough when looking for a different job when 80-90% of your time you are literally not doing anything productive. People get too comfortable and used to this setup and end up staying forever.

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    Stop being so old fashioned and scared of any changes. Sometimes, change and new ideas are good. Recognize talent and reward talent much more quickly so it doesn't all leave.

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