This position is located in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Immediate Office of the Inspector General, Headquarters, Arlington, VA.
The Deputy Inspector General works closely with the Inspector General to oversee day-to-day operations of the OIG and in this capacity is responsible for executive leadership, direction and management of the full range of OIG functions.
Works closely with the Inspector General and other OIG executives to provide policy and strategic direction and oversight of assigned functions and activities. Guides and supervises assigned Assistant Inspector Generals by providing assignments, projects, or training opportunities; translating broad goals into objectives, plans, priorities, and work expectations; providing feedback; evaluating performance; following up to discuss performance; recommending and/or approving awards for those deserving recognition; approving leave, training, and developmental assignments; hearing and resolving complaints and other matters; and addressing performance and conduct problems. Identifies emerging issues and risk for operational and strategic purposes. Manages and allocates resources by working with the Inspector General and other executives to determine staffing requirements, assign special projects and manage work load, and approve budget submissions.
Participates in or oversees the OIG’s outreach and legislative program, to include participating in CIGIE activities, forums, and projects; performing outreach activities with the financial industry; and formulating legislative proposals and policies, preparing or reviewing legislative reports, and maintaining relationships and communicating with Congressional Members and their staffs. Recommends policies for, and coordinates or oversees, relationships between the OIG and other Federal agencies, State and local government agencies, and non-government entities regarding the promotion of economy and efficiency in the administration of, or the prevention and detection of fraud and abuse in, FDIC programs and operations; or the identification and prosecution of participants in such fraud or abuse.
Works closely with the Inspector General and other OIG executives to establish and communicate the OIG Guiding Principles, vision, values, strategic goals and objectives, and risk-based priorities of the OIG and inform fully and currently the Chairman and Congress of serious problems, abuses, and deficiencies relating to the administration of FDIC programs and operations.
25% or less – Occasional Travel will be required.