The Indiana Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) is seeking qualified candidates to serve as depository division field examiners. The DFI would like to integrate experienced banking industry professionals into the field examination process. Examiners are charged with analyzing financial performance, identifying pertinent risks, and assessing risk mitigation practices across the purview of State-chartered banks, corporate fiduciaries, credit unions, and industrial loan authorities. The DFI is looking for individuals with strong skills in the areas of financial analysis, credit risk assessment, problem solving, and financial institution operations. Additionally, the DFI is seeking candidates with a strong background in Bank Secrecy Act and / or Information Technology (IT) systems and IT risk management to participate in the examination process.
Examiners will work in a dynamic and high performing environment, with a well identified career path and significant opportunities to progress throughout the organization. New examiners work in a mentor training relationship and are immediately immersed in interaction with senior level DFI and financial institution management. Examiners receive internal training and also formal schooling provided by the federal regulatory agencies and trade organizations.
Individuals interested in a career at the DFI should contact Angie Smith via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 317-233-3995.
The individual should be willing to travel to financial institution locations across Indiana, when necessary.
The individual should enjoy working in a team environment.
Previous experience working in a financial institution, consulting, auditing, or similar field is preferred.
About Indiana Department of Financial Institutions
The Indiana Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) is a dedicated fund State agency regulating banks, credit unions, and various other consumer financial lenders chartered or licensed in the State of Indiana. The DFI works to ensure depositors funds are safe, consumers are treated fairly, and to support and foster the industries we regulate, which in many ways are the lifeblood of the communities across Indiana. The DFI looks to provide an Indiana-centric perspective and expertise on regulation rather than an “one-size fits all” style regulatory approach. Maintaining and supporting a sound credit facilitating environment provides constituents and communities across Indiana access to reasonable funding to grow commerce, support personal needs, and to invest in the future of their communities.