Financial Institutions Examiners conduct, plan and direct the appropriate examination programs to provide the State of California with a safe, sound, and efficient financial environment. During the first year as a Financial Institutions Examiner, employees spend the majority of the time at various financial service institutions working closely with seasoned examiners and learning the examination process. Financial Institutions Examiners are responsible for analyzing financial and compliance reports in order to evaluate the overall safety and soundness of the financial service institution. Financial Institutions Examiners are challenged with new and varying assignments at each examination, and work in a collaborative and stimulating work environment. At times, Financial Institutions Examiners will also work with federal regulatory agencies such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank, National Credit Union Administration, Securities and Exchange Commission, and U.S. Department of Justice.A career as a Financial Institutions Examiner requires working out in the field at a variety of financial service institutions away from headquarters office. Overnight travel may be required approximately 25% to 75% of the time.QualificationsLooking for graduates with a four-year bachelor’s degree in either:· Accounting· Business Administration· Economics· Finance· A related business/management specializationOr individuals who have completed a minimum of 16 semester hours of professional accounting courses and three semester hours of business law. SalaryStarting at $59,160 annuallyEffective July 1, 2020, in response to the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Human Resources implemented the Personal Leave Program 2020 (PLP 2020). State employees are subject to a 9.23% salary reduction in exchange for 16 hours per month of PLP 2020 leave credits. The annual salary listed above does not reflect the reduction in pay. Benefits A competitive salary is only the beginning of how the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation pays their employees. California offers other benefits with employment:Health, dental, and vision plans that cover the employee, spouse/registered domestic partner, and dependentsPensions managed by the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS)FlexElect ProgramSavings Plus 401(k) and 457 deferred compensation plansSick Leave – up to eight hours per monthVacation – two to four weeks annually, based upon length of time in state serviceHolidays – 11 state holidays, plus one personal dayTwo days of Personal Development & Training per fiscal yearVoluntary Personal Leave Program – 1 extra day of vacation for a 5% pay reductionFlexible work schedule, including regular day offHow to ApplyView the Financial Institutions Examiner exam/assessment announcement and how to apply on the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation website at: https://www.dfpi.ca.gov/careers or on the CalCareers’ website at: https://www.jobs.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/0PBBX.PDFFor additional information contact us via email at: email@example.com.