Consumer Credit Financial Examiner


The Office of the State Bank Commissioner (OSBC) has a position available for a Financial Examiner in the Consumer and Mortgage Lending division.  Candidates in this position will participate as a member of an examination team in on-site and off-site examinations of non-bank financial institutions. 

**This position will be allowed to work remotely when not on-site at a financial institution or needed at the field office for meetings.  The selected candidate must live within a commutable distance of an agency field office in either Topeka, Lenexa, or Wichita. 

Job Duties

Under supervision of the Regional Manager, employees in the Financial Examiner position perform the following duties: 

  • Request, collect and organize licensee information and documentation in preparation for an examination.
  • Document correspondence and information on internal and national databases and examination systems.
  • Participate as a member of the examination team in on-site and off-site examinations.
  • Uses workpapers and financial calculations to analyze the licensee’s compliance with applicable laws, including but not limited to, the Kansas Mortgage Business Act, the Kansas Uniform Consumer Credit Code, the Federal Truth in Lending Act (Regulation Z), and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (Regulation X).
  • Participate in meetings with company management during and at the conclusion of examinations.
  • Prepare written examination reports at the conclusion of examinations.
  • Successfully complete examiner training (both formal and informal) as assigned by the Regional Manager.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Regional Manager.

Minimum Requirements

  • A four-year college degree. Accounting and finance classes are a plus. 
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • This position requires in-state and out-of-state travel with some overnight stays.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A business-related field of study. 
  • Experience working in the financial industry. 

Post-Offer, Pre-Employment Requirements

  • Valid State of Kansas Tax Clearance Certificate is required in accordance with Executive Order 2004-03.  Each applicant (even non-KS residents) must apply for a Tax Clearance Certificate within 10 days from the date of their job offer.
  • Completion of a background and credit check.

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Information Technology Examiner


The Office of The State Bank Commissioner (OSBC) has a position opening for Information Technology Examiner. This position will be allowed to remote work when they are not examining a financial institution or needed at the field office for meetings.

The Information Technology Examiner will be responsible for conducting IT examinations of financial institutions regulated by the Office of the State Bank Commissioner.  The IT Examiner will be responsible for ensuring the financial institution’s IT and cybersecurity practices are sufficient to mitigate current industry risks and will consider policies, security plans, network diagrams, business impact analysis, risk profiles, and an institution’s independent security audits.  At the conclusion of an examination, the IT Examiner will work closely with the rest of the exam team to prepare a written report and address findings with institution IT staff and management.

The IT Examiner will also serve as a subject matter expert for the agency in financial technology (“Fintech”) including cryptocurrency and work with the agency’s internal IT team as a resource for internal security measures.

Job Duties

  • Analyze and evaluate operational and technology risk management and assess cybersecurity risk.
  • Utilize agency examination procedures to evaluate an entity’s business continuity programs, vulnerability assessments, vendor management, independently performed security audits, and security posture.
  • Research and provide guidance for the agency in the areas of cryptocurrency and other Fintech developments.
  • Assist in designing examination procedures and programs based on industry standards and best practices.
  • Maintain strong knowledge of financial and regulatory environments.
  • Lead and participate in examinations of financial institutions regulated by the OSBC.
  • Prepare a written report of findings as part of the exam team’s report of examination. When necessary, conduct presentations to a financial institution’s management team, IT staff, and/or board of directors.
  • Assist internal IT team to provide cybersecurity guidance including internal audits, risk assessments, and policy creation.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, Business or equivalent education/experience in Information Technology, Cybersecurity, or IT Auditing.
  • Valid driver’s license is required.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong teamwork skills.
  • Ability to travel with some overnight travel required.


Financial Intern


This is an entry level internship within the Consumer and Mortgage Lending (CML) Division of the Office of the State Bank Commissioner.  The position is a part-time (20/hr week) paid internship opportunity based in Topeka.  The intern will be exposed to many aspects of the CML Division’s activities, including communicating with regulated entities, assisting on compliance examinations, assisting the Licensing Department, and other duties as assigned.  Tasks will be completed with close supervision and guidance by the Director of Examinations. The interin will conduct activities as outlined below.

Job Duties 

  • Initiate licensed company enrollment on the web-based State Examination System (SES) ahead of scheduled compliance examinations. Direct entities toward posted online SES resources during the enrollment process.
  • Pre-notify licensed companies of upcoming compliance examinations.  Pre-noting consists of requesting, collecting, and organizing entity information and documentation, including but not limited to:  loan list and other information requests submitted by the licensee, within the timeframe established by Division’s examination procedures.
  • Observe and transcribe notes while the Examiner-in-Charge (EIC) conducts initial interviews and exit interviews with an examined entity’s point-of-contact.  Additionally, transcribe notes at inter-agency meetings.
  • Assist the CML Licensing Department with license renewals, credit notification filings, and annual report filings.  Accurately record information on KSIMS, the agency’s internal database, and NMLS, the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System.  Assist with procedural and policy updates.
  • Image and upload documentation to KSIMS and SES.
  • Perform any other additional duties as required by the Regional Manager, Director of Examinations, Director of Licensing, Deputy Commissioner, or Bank Commissioner.


Enrollment in or completion of accredited four year college or university degree program. 

Excellent communication and problem solving skills, discretion with sensitive materials, and a willingness to learn.


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