Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - Information Session
Thu, October 18, 2012 • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM • CAL 200
Who We Are
Working at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau means getting in on the ground floor of a 21st century Bureau that’s poised to change the way consumers are treated in the financial marketplace. The Director’s Financial Analyst Program is our flagship two-year rotational program which offers a select number of recent college graduates the opportunity to work with senior-level executives on some of the most critical issues facing consumers in the United States.
Who You Are
Candidates should be detail-oriented, innovative self-starters with a desire to work in a fast-paced, analytical environment. The Bureau’s start-up environment requires skill in adaptability, problem solving, collaboration, and communication. Candidates must be quantitatively driven, have completed extensive coursework in economics, finance, mathematics or statistics. A demonstrated track record of experience in finance is essential. Ideal candidates should also have a demonstrated history of interest in consumer insight, consumer behavior, consumer protection, and/or public service.
What You’ll Do
This program enables selected analysts to complete at least three rotations across areas at the CFPB including Research, Markets & Regulations, Supervision, Enforcement, Fair Lending, Consumer Education and Engagement and the Office of the Director. Analysts also receive world-class mentoring and training to support their development.
The Director’s Financial Analyst Program is built on 5 pillars:
- CHALLENGE: Full immersion in our greatest challenges – no one sits on the sidelines
- PROBLEM SOLVING: Training that prepares you to turn raw data into communicable knowledge, and
turn knowledge into action
- IMPACT: Work on projects that aim to empower American consumers and spur economic vitality.
- APPRENTICESHIP: Mentorship from our senior experts
- GROWTH: Follow your own path that, at completion, will give you uniquely deep understanding of financial markets to greatly impact both public and private sectors
Interested? You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.