Financial Examiners work on teams to conduct examinations of credit unions throughout the state to determine their financial safety and soundness. The examinations are performed on location at each credit union and include the evaluation of a credit union’s financial condition, profitability, quality of assets, management, operations and compliance with laws and regulations. The examinations will require examiners to review a variety of financial documents related to the institution’s operations and prepare examination reports with recommendations for improvement.
- This entry level position will assist the examiner-in-charge and work under the guidance of experienced examiners until necessary training is completed and may act as the lead-examiner once proficiency is gained.
A minimally qualified candidate must have training or experience in all of the following:
- A degree in a business-related field (i.e. accounting, finance, economics, etc.) and/or experience performing fiscal related duties (i.e. accounting, financial analysis, auditing, loan officer experience, etc.)
- Analyzing and/or reviewing financial statements to identify trends or evaluate an entity
- A well qualified candidate may also have training or experience in one or more of the following:
- Experience in commercial and/or mortgage lending
- Evaluating and/or auditing a business or an organization's financial condition or performance
- Reviewing, interpreting, and/or applying regulations, policies and/or procedures
- Analysis, preparation, and/or submission of financial reports
About the Organization
The Department of Financial Institutions ensures the safety and soundness of Wisconsin’s financial institutions, protects consumers of financial services and facilitates economic growth. The agency regulates and licenses financial service providers who do business in Wisconsin.
How to Apply
The Department of Financial Institutions