Banking Financial Examiner – Lenexa

Job Summary:
The Banking Financial Examiner I (BFEI) is an entry level position where the examiner learns the basic bank examination techniques and procedures. The BFEI’s primary duties will be learning Kansas banking regulations and statutes that are common to most community banks. The BFEI will receive substantial oversight while learning how to properly assess basic bank operations, including, but not limited to, tasks of Call Report review, assessment of liquidity and sensitivity to market risk positions, and review of other assets. The BFEI will become familiar with the CAMELS rating system. The BFEI’s knowledge is expected to increase as job duties are added and expanded. The person must successfully complete the first stage of core examiner training (both formal and informal) and demonstrate sufficient abilities of the role to complete responsibilities.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
None

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Completion of required bank examination training courses (internal and external).
  • Participate in bank examinations to assess the safety and soundness of the institution.
  • Analyze/review bank reports and financial data for accuracy.
  • Prepare written comments for bank reports that relay examination findings to bank management.
  • Become familiar with Kansas and Federal banking laws.
  • Present examination findings verbally to bank management, Examiners-in-Charge, and other OSBC staff.
  • Become familiar with software used to prepare reports of examination.
  • Other Duties- Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Personal mobile device capable of utilizing multi-factor authentication applications as necessary.

Preferred Requirements:

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills.
  • Ability to self-motivate.

Required Education:

  • A four-year college degree, preferably in a business-related field of study.

Travel Requirements:

  • Ability to travel overnight (in-state and/or out-of-state). Overnight travel to examinations and training is not expected to exceed 20 percent.
  • Valid driver’s license.

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Licensing Program Analyst

Job Summary:
This is a licensing position within the Consumer and Mortgage Lending (CML) Division requiring administrative, communication, and analytical skills. The Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) receives on-the-job training and external training to learn how to license and oversee regulated entities. The LPA receives, evaluates, and processes new license/registration applications, renewals, and amendments for loan originators, credit service organizations, mortgage companies, money transmitter companies, supervised loan licensees, and/or credit notification registrants. The LPA is the lead for at least one designated licensing program and works collaboratively as part of a team to complete the work of the Licensing Department. The LPA is expected to prioritize and adjust workflows as appropriate throughout the annual licensing cycles and must have the ability to use independent thought and judgment to develop appropriate and effective solutions to both standard and complex licensing situations. LPA duties require advanced organizational skills and the ability to communicate clearly and accurately. The LPA works independently with supervision and guidance by the Director of Licensing (DOL).

Supervisory Responsibilities:
None

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Administers the day-to-day operations as the lead of a designated licensing program within the CML Division.
  • Reviews and analyzes information, applications, and licensing-related requests in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and agency policies within statutory timeframes or as set out by the DOL.
  • As the lead of a designated licensing program(s), coordinates the renewal processes for all regulated entities within the program(s), observing statutory timeframes or as set out by the DOL.
  • As needed, and as directed by the DOL, performs day-to-day operations of other programs in the Licensing Department within statutory timeframes or as set out by the DOL. Collaborates with the Senior LPA for the program when encountering non-routine licensing issues. Escalates the review of licensing issues to the DOL when results deviate from established policy guidelines.
  • Analyzes financial statements of applicants to determine that statutory requirements are met. Discusses financial records with company management and/or independent auditors as necessary to obtain clarification or additional information needed to determine statutory compliance.
  • Conducts criminal background and financial history investigations, as provided by law, to evaluate applicants for licensing and company management positions per policy guidelines. Escalates the review of history results to the DOL when results deviate from established policy guidelines.
  • Documents all information and records according to policy guidelines to preserve the accuracy and reliability of applicable state and federal databases for entities within a designated licensing program or when performing duties in any other licensing program.
  • Communicates accurate and consistent information to regulated entities and the public regarding program compliance.
  • Participates in the review and analysis of each category of application utilized by all programs within the CML Division to cross-train and maintain required knowledge of licensing procedures.
  • Verifies and provides information to examination staff regarding regulated entities within the designated program(s), cross-referencing any relevant information that may be included as part of the examination report.
  • Reviews and recommends revisions to established procedures to ensure compliance with statutes and agency policy. To improve monitoring of regulated entities, provides input and suggestions to the DOL regarding improvements to the state database. preparing updates and periodic maintenance of the CML Division’s Licensing Procedure Manual and related instructional materials.
  • Participates in internal group meetings and periodic informational licensing webinars.
  • Performs any other additional duties as required by the DOL, Deputy Commissioner (DC), or Bank Commissioner.
  • Other Duties- Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Completes all requisite classes and trainings as directed by the DOL and demonstrates through multiple performance ratings a consistent performance level of Meets Expectations or better.
  • Learns all licensing requirements as lead of the designated program(s).
  • Develops and becomes proficient in the applicable licensing functions to become a subject matter expert and CML Division resource.
  • Develops and maintains knowledge of the primary licensing systems: Kansas Supervised Institution Monitoring System (KSIMS) and Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS).
  • Personal mobile device capable of utilizing multi-factor authentication applications as necessary.

Preferred Requirements:
Knowledge of state and federal laws, regulations, and policies and procedures governing regulated entities.

Required Education:

  • Attends semi-annual internal agency CML training as scheduled by agency management.
  • Completes in-house preliminary training and develops knowledge of databases and software used to conduct licensing duties within the first three months of hire.
  • Attends licensing training events:
    • NMLS Annual Conference & Training
    • Other training events as determined by the DOL in consultation with the DC.

Travel Requirements

  • Attend required trainings to develop/maintain subject matter expertise.
  • Valid driver’s license.

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