- Assist department economists in conducting research on banking and financial market topics for publication and briefings of Bank senior management and Division senior staff.
- Key responsibilities include gathering, developing, and maintaining data sets; analyzing data using econometric or statistical software; preparing charts, tables, and other materials for presentations and briefings; researching literature for research projects; and writing summary reports on research findings and data analyses.
- Experienced Research Associates and Assistant Economists perform more advanced econometric and statistical analysis, develop computer applications for data analysis, participate in research projects for publication, write for Bank publications, and deliver speeches on banking and financial market topics to civic, business, and educational groups. Assistant Economists may independently prepare and deliver policy briefings for the Bank’s senior management and coordinate activities of more junior staff.
Required Education and Skills:
- Bachelor’s degree in economics, finance, statistics or a closely related field with a strong academic record. Master’s or other advanced degree strongly preferred.
- Strong understanding of banking, finance, economics, and/or financial markets.
- Strong understanding of econometrics and experience using econometric, statistical, or other data analysis software.
- Knowledge of bank financial data (Call Reports) is preferred.
- Experience working with large datasets and R or Tableau software is preferred.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite products.
- Click here to apply for Banking Research Associate.
- Please attach a resume, cover letter and unofficial transcript.
- Apply by April 23, 2017 to be considered.
- Applications will be pre-screened prior to interview selections. You will receive notification if you have been selected for a phone interview.
- In some cases, positions require access to confidential supervisory information, access to which is limited to "Protected Individuals" as defined by regulation of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 12 CFR 268.205. Protected Individuals include, but are not limited to, U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, and lawful permanent resident aliens (also known as "green card holders") who are eligible for and seeking United States citizenship within the requisite timeframes.
Questions? Contact Alyssa Dailey at Alyssa.Dailey@kc.frb.org or call 816-881-2668