The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Office of Housing and Regulatory Policy is seeking a Senior Policy Analyst (Counterparty & Portfolio). The deadline for applying is August 1, 2013. The salary range is $111,471.00 to $189,501.00.
The Senior Policy Analyst will:
- Develop analyze, evaluate, monitor, and/or implement effective housing finance policies, procedures and guidelines, related to but not limited to asset disposition policies for large retained mortgage portfolios (both securities and loans), review of servicing policies including transactions/transfers, as well as the evaluation of broader strategic business policies that effect the taxpayer/borrower.
- Use knowledge of price discovery, asset disposition, transaction execution, market impact, other capital market operations and public policy to advise on the effective management of the portfolios of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- Identify policy issues relevant to FHFA’s oversight responsibilities and evaluate their implications and significance.
- Monitor the regulated entities’ housing programs to ensure that program operations and policies are in compliance with statute, regulations, and FHFA policies. Work with the staff of the regulated entities to assist in program improvements, realignment, or to resolve areas of noncompliance.
- Manage special projects and coordinate within the FHFA and/or with the regulated entities.
- Develop and deliver presentations, with written materials, as necessary.
- Prepare policy and issue papers, briefings, and memos for the Director, Senior Associate Director for OHRP, other senior FHFA staff or officials, as well as external audiences.
- Maintain sufficient documentation to verify any analysis included in the materials and to reproduce the analysis.
- Establish and maintain professional contacts relevant to the financial services and mortgage finance industries.
Qualifying experience includes the following:
- Providing technical analysis and policy expertise in housing finance, particularly related to large retained portfolios of mortgage loans and related securities. Recent experience with price discovery, asset disposition, transaction execution, market impact, other capital market operations and public policy to advise on the effective management of the portfolios of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- Proven ability to plan, lead, and organize interdisciplinary teams and projects as a team leader and work collaboratively with staff, industry, the enterprises, public interest groups and other parties with diverse interests.
- Expert skill in applying sophisticated policy research and analytical skills to complex and varied issues.
- Expert ability to communicate technical, general and sensitive information, both orally and in writing.
This post was originally published on the legacy ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Notice and Comment blog, which merged with the Yale Journal on Regulation Notice and Comment blog in 2015.