CFPB – Finance and Policy Analyst (Internal Controls) – Washington, DC

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    Michael Rivera

    The new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was created to make markets for consumer financial products and services work for Americans. CFPB is building a world-class Chief Financial Officer (CFO) organization; we are seeking to join a high performing team to develop and execute the strategic vision for office.

    The CFPB is seeking outstanding Internal Controls Analysts to work within our CFP Office. Analysts will:

    • Serve as a technical expert in audits and controls of budgetary/financial activity
    • Implement and manage internal controls for CFPB
    • Provide technical assistance and advisory services and participate in formulation and implementation of policies, plans, systems and procedures.

    The ideal candidate will have significant depth and breadth of knowledge and experience in financial management and analysis. S/he will possess exceptional mental agility, and possess the flexibility to operate in a fast paced, multidisciplinary environment. The incumbent will be passionate about the CFPB mission, and revel in contributing to our important role. CFPB is seeking individuals with a relentless commitment to professional and organizational excellence.

    This position is eligible for a salary up to $187,800/year, and includes an outstanding benefits and retirement package. We will begin accepting submissions on March 17, 2012.

    To submit an inquiry, please contact the Human Capital team, at [email protected].

    If you or anyone you know may be interested in this opportunity, please have them apply at This opportunity closes March 25, 2012, so please apply at your earliest possible convenience.

    For Applicants with prior or current federal government experience, please visit

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