Current Positions at Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

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Manager – Supervision and Risk Management –

As a manager in the Denver E&I Department, you will partner with other leaders to oversee the safety and soundness supervision function of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. You will leverage regulatory knowledge and supervisory experience to directly lead employees engaged in the supervision of financial condition and performance at community and regional banking organizations in the Tenth Federal Reserve District of the Federal Reserve System. In addition to these supervisory responsibilities, you will be responsible for attracting, motivating, and developing talent.  In this role, we encourage creative, inclusive, and innovative approaches to work processes.  You will be expected to problem solve for complex or problematic supervisory matters and some adversarial circumstances. You will also work amongst various teams and colleagues to determine strategic goals and initiatives and make supervisory decisions.  You will also be expected to communicate, facilitate, and deliver information and presentations to a wide variety of individuals, including high-level leadership.

Law Enforcement Communications Center Dispatcher –

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is seeking a Law Enforcement Communications Center Operator(Dispatcher).  Communication Center Operators simultaneously operate law enforcement multi-channel radio console, multi-line telephone, advanced life-safety systems (fire, security, access control) and, other computer and data base systems efficiently with a focus on strong customer service. Operators are responsible for receiving and disseminating routine and critical (emergency) information from various sources while maintaining radio contact with Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers (FRLEOs) to monitor response progress. May require performing duties in emergency or crisis without being relieved for extended periods of times.

Solutions Architect –

The Solution Architect is a technical leader responsible for researching, analyzing, proposing, and architecting requirements-based products and solutions that align with the business and technology needs of the enterprise. The Solution Architect collaborates with business stakeholders, technology providers, and other architects to develop technology and information architectures, strategies, and roadmaps. The level of work required is advanced and staff must be able to work under minimal supervision. This job does not have any direct reports.

Cyber Security Specialist – FRFS –

The FRFS Technology Group is filling multiple Cyber Security Specialist positions and will place candidates at different levels depending on experience and expertise. In this position you will be focused on providing information and cyber security assurance within the FRFS enterprise. This will include executing security risk assessments, supporting information security risk management, conducting 3rd party risk assessment, and strengthening software security practices for both cloud and on-premises solutions. Your participation will include providing inputs on cyber assurance strategic and tactical direction. The primary desired work location for this position is Kansas City, but candidates that live anywhere in the continental US will be considered. Candidates that live near one of our Reserve Bank locations will be provided some work from home flexibility. Rules for hybrid work arrangements differs from Bank to Bank and should be discussed during the interview process. This position will require you to travel as much as 30% of the time.

FRFS Product Owner

As a Product Owner you will assist in articulating customer needs and requirements to the development team and for providing insight or clarification when necessary.  Our Product Owners create User Stories, Features or Epics and identify clear Acceptance Criteria.  This typically will require you to prioritize moderately complex feature defects potentially affecting customers. This staff position will enable you to go about your job under general supervision and act as our liaison between internal customers and technical groups to identify moderately complex customer business needs and then communicate those needs to our technical groups to produce appropriate solutions. The primary desired work location for this position is Kansas City, but remote worker candidates, and/or candidates that live near one of our Reserve Bank offices will be considered.  Candidates that do office from one of our Reserve Bank locations are provided some work from home flexibility.  Rules for hybrid work arrangements differs from Bank to Bank and should be discussed during the interview process.

Content Specialist –

We are seeking a Communication Specialist to join our corporate communications team. Your talents will help connect and inform nearly 2,200 Kansas City Fed employees across four offices and enhance employee engagement through great storytelling. As a member of the Public Affairs Department, you will primarily support the Bank’s internal communication strategies by developing, editing, and managing engaging content for the Bank’s internal channels, including intranet, video, digital campaigns and email newsletters.

Senior Supervisor – Federal Reserve Consumer Help –

Federal Reserve Financial Services has a need for a Supervisor to lead our Federal Reserve Consumer Help (FRCH) unit. FRCH is the System’s centralized intake center for consumer inquiries and complaints against financial institutions, and the FRCH Supervisor leads a team of 11 FRCH Representatives located in Kansas City and Minneapolis who respond to consumer inquiries over the phone and route consumer complaints to the appropriate regulator.

Technology Automation Engineer –

Designs, creates, configures, deploys, and maintains automated solutions which may automate: Deployment of code Monitoring of performance. Additional duties may include: Researching new automation capabilities and solutions to identify areas for improvement. Actively identifying and troubleshooting issues that arise during testing and production.  Performing application administration duties including: system management, user management, security management, plugin management, etc.

Assistant Vice President, FRFS Data Center Exit and Modernization Program Leader –

FRFS has an immediate opening for an Assistant Vice President – FRFS Data Center Exit and Modernization Program Leader. This AVP will provide strategic and tactical leadership supporting the FRFS Data Center Exit and Modernization effort, ensuring that all applications in the FRFS application portfolio exit the current data centers within targeted timeframes, either through migration to the cloud or new colocation sites, or through consolidation and/or retirement, and that planned application modernization efforts are also supported. The AVP will oversee the activities and alignment of multiple matrixed workstreams and will own the end-to-end program lifecycle from planning to execution by managing scope, schedule, and budget. In addition to internal coordination, the AVP will work closely with the System IT program team, the National IT Business Dedicated Group (BDG), external vendors, and other business partners to ensure alignment and successful completion of this critical work. The AVP will be expected to effectively communicate with and influence governance, assigned resources and partners at all levels.

HR Specialist–

As a part of the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City supports a stable financial system. We work across diverse communities throughout our region and nation to foster understanding in our economy, the payments system, and financial institutions for people from all walks of life. Together, we serve the public and each other in an innovative environment that values the highest ethical standards. Here you’ll find support to develop, united in a clear and common purpose with a diverse team. The Omaha Branch liaison is an HR specialist working for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City that is embedded in the Omaha Branch. The branch liaison provides general Human Resources support and is responsible for employee engagement programs and activities in the Omaha branch. Additionally, the Omaha Branch Liaison will be responsible for coordinating and supporting New Employee Pre-boarding and Onboarding across the 10th District.

Cloud Software Engineer –

We are seeking cloud engineers to join one of our agile software delivery teams working in Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud environments. These collaborative teams create services using a wide range of technologies like Java, Angular, Python, Docker, Kubernetes, and Blockchain plus AWS technologies like S3, API Gateway, EMR, Kinesis, Lambda, EKS, SQS, Aurora, DynamoDB, and many more.  If the collaborative, modern environment described above sounds exciting to you and you possess foundational knowledge about the end-to-end process of delivering, we invite you to apply to become part of our growing team of cloud engineers.

R-0000010740 Manager –

As a Business of IT Manager, you will lead a large, ambitious team providing financial, analytical, project, and administrative support on behalf of the IT Division.  The Technology Business Support (TBS) department provides support to both national and local technology functions through teams of financial analysts, general analysts, BI/Data analysts, and administrative assistants.  This role would provide leadership over front-line management members with a focus on delivery of high business value to department customers, establishing strategic direction for the department and connection to higher-level strategies, and managing customer relationships.  This role provides great opportunity to develop future and current leaders and drive significant priorities within the division and Federal Reserve System.

Federal Reserve Consumer Help Representative –

We hope you will apply to join the Federal Reserve Consumer Help (FRCH) team to become a member of a team that directly supports one of the Federal Reserve Bank’s (FRB) core missions to promote a fair and stable financial system. FRCH is the designated complaint intake function for the Federal Reserve System.  As one of our FRCH agents you will assist members of the public seeking to report/resolve issues they are having with financial institutions.  Our agents assist callers by advising individuals of useful resources to help resolve their issue(s) and may offer information on how and with which banking regulator the individual may file a formal complaint if they choose. This position is only open to individuals who can work routinely out of our Kansas City office.  Federal Reserve associates do enjoy some work from home flexibility to work, but this position is not open for those requiring a remote work arrangement.

Solution Architect –

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) is seeking a solution architect to join the Disbursement Services Modernization Initiative (DSMI). DSMI is an initiative to implement a modern cloud-based payments platform for the United States Treasury. The modern platform will provide numerous Treasury business capabilities supporting domestic payments, international payments, and payments to government agency grant recipients.  The DSMI team supports the development of cloud-based services that will comprise the modernized, resilient Treasury payments platform. This payments platform will be composed of a wide-range of technologies like Java, Angular, Python, Docker, Kubernetes, and Blockchain plus Amazon Web Services (AWS) technologies like S3, API Gateway, EMR, Kinesis, Lambda, EKS, SQS, Aurora, DynamoDB, and many more.

Public Affairs Specialist –  

As a part of the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City supports a stable financial system. We work across diverse communities throughout our region and nation to foster understanding in our economy, the payments system, and financial institutions for people from all walks of life. Together, we serve the public and each other in an innovative environment that values the highest ethical standards. Here you’ll find support to develop, united in a clear and common purpose with a diverse team. The Oklahoma City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is looking for a public affairs specialist to support the public outreach, communication and economic education activities of the Branch. The Oklahoma City office is one of three Branches of the Kansas City Fed and is responsible for connecting with stakeholders across the state of Oklahoma.

Information Technology Support – Security Specialist –

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s IT Client Services group is seeking to expand its Engineering and Platform Security function. We are looking for individuals that have a background in investigating and remediating vulnerabilities for various technology endpoints.  In this position you will work to secure critical and sensitive information on a daily basis. This position is only open to individuals who can work routinely out of our Kansas City office.  We offer our associates are provided the flexibility to work from home up to 80 percent of the time.

Audit/Risk Management/Operations Risk Specialist –

The Examinations and Inspections Department is seeking an Examiner to serve as a Risk Specialist with a focus on Audit, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and Operational Risk.

This position, which may be filled in any office location, primarily focuses on the supervision of Regional Banking Organizations (RBO) and complex/problematic Community Banking Organizations (CBO), and will report through the RBO unit’s management line.  In this position you will be required to exercise essential examiner skills, including knowledge and judgment required to assess and develop supervisory conclusions and recommendations related to the risk specialty functions referenced above.

Major Incident Technical Analyst –

The Service Management (SM) Technical Analyst (Incident Management) is responsible for all aspects of the Incident Management (IM) process, most importantly, during Major Incidents while working as part of a team to restore service as quickly as possible. Specifically, the SM Technical Analyst for IM will manage the flow of IM processes Major Incidents, which includes driving technical teams towards resolution, communicating status and working to capture lessons learned for Post Incident Review. The SM Technical Analyst will also develop and distribute formal root cause analysis artifacts and will participate in the problem and quality assurance review (PQAR) meetings as part of our role in Problem Management (PM).

Cash Operating Clerk –

The Denver Cash Services department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is looking to fill a Cash Operating Clerk position.  The Cash Operating Clerk provides operational support that includes, but is not limited to currency and coin processing, equipment operation, recordkeeping and reconcilement, and the preparation of documents and reports.  

Information Security Engineer –

This role is based within the Information Security architecture team and provides hands-on development expertise aimed at customer problem solving and security architect support. This individual will apply the principles of software engineering to the design, implementation, configuration, and optimization of security solutions in support of applications, databases, test automation tools, DevOps processes, and Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) products. This is not a development based opportunity but some code development knowledge is highly desirable.

IT Examiner/Risk Specialist –

The Examinations and Inspections (E&I) Department has an exciting opportunity and is interviewing candidates in all District locations for an open full-time Information Technology (IT) Examiner/Risk Specialist position. This role requires the exercise of essential examiner skills, including supervisory knowledge and judgment required to assess and develop conclusions and recommendations, primarily within IT supervision, for community and regional banking organizations and other supervised entities. We are seeking individuals who currently hold, or have made substantial progress toward, an examiner commission from a Federal or State banking regulatory agency, or have significant IT examination, IT audit, or information security experience in the banking industry; possess strong analytical, communication, and leadership skills; and enjoy working in a dynamic team environment. The position is available in the Kansas City, Denver, Omaha, or Oklahoma City offices. Please submit a cover letter and include location preference(s).

To apply for this job please visit www.kansascityfed.org.