We believe in balance. Our employees take on challenging assignments and contribute to decisions that affect the economic, social and political health of the nation and its people. But our employees also devote time to their families, friends and communities. Our generous benefits package and career development opportunities help employees achieve a balanced life.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco believes its most valuable asset is its workforce. We make a significant investment in our employees so they can stay healthy, save for long term financial goals and manage life/work demands. Check out our Benefits at a Glance for a more detailed look inside what make our benefits great!
As an organization, we are committed to serving the public, providing professional development opportunites for our staff and creating a balanced environment for all employees.
We are an organization that respects, honors and values every individual for his or her diverse background. Our organization celebrates diversity.
Our diversity philosophy begins with a commitment to sustain a culture that encourages each employee to contribute at his/her fullest potential. Our philosophy is based on respect. It recognizes that while we have a great deal in common, we all bring unique perspectives and experiences to the Bank. In this context, our definition of diversity includes race, gender, age and ethnicity as well as socio-economic background, education, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical abilities, and life experiences. Recognizing these additional dimensions of diversity ensures that we promote a culture that values, respects and embraces the unique experiences of all employees.
- Jackie Hicks, Diversity Officer
The Federal Reserve System is the central banking system of the United States. It was created in 1913, with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act. Its duties today are to conduct the nation's monetary policy, supervise and regulate banking institutions, maintain the stability of the financial system and provide financial services to depository institutions, the U.S. government, and foreign official institutions.
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I worked at Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco full-time for more than 10 yearsPros
Great benefits, diverse staff, many opportunities for advancement, excellent commute location, good salaries and stable employment environment. The work is extremely important to the health of the global economy. You really get a sense that you are making a contribution to the betterment of society.Cons
It can take some time for the organization to evolve, but be patient and good things will happen. Some people say that management is slow to accept change. It is a very conservative company, but that is getting better.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 months - interviewed at Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.Interview Details
Hiring process is very in depth and detailed. The length of time is exceeding long and frustrating at times. You will be expected to test for general writing abilities then you will be required to conduct a panel interview. Once passed through the panel interview, if you make it through the other prior testing you will be required to submit to a in depth written test not to exceed over 5 hours.Interview Questions
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- Most difficult question is the question that you aren't prepared for. The interview process is detailed, but the questions that are asked are open ended questions that require you to explain reasoning, logical thought process, leadership, decision making skills. Answer Question
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One of 12 regional banks in the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, through four branch offices, oversees more than 580 banks and thrifts in nine western states and American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands - the largest of the 12 districts. It conducts examinations and investigations of member institutions, distributes money, issues savings bonds and Treasury securities, and assists the Federal Reserve in setting monetary policy. The bank also processes checks and acts as a clearinghouse for payments between banks. Federal...