About the DFPI
The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) is California’s financial regulator, working to protect consumers by examining and licensing financial activities and taking action against unfair, deceptive, or abusive practices. We oversee state-chartered banks, credit unions, student loan servicers, and more. The DFPI has office locations in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Francisco. The DFPI offers benefit packages, competitive salary, a robust training program and opportunities for advancement.
Job Code #:
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS EXAMINER
$4,645.00 – $9,049.00
CalHR has authorized the DFPI to pay candidates hired in at the Financial Institutions Examiner level (Range A) a hire above minimum (H.A.M.) rate of $5441.00
# of Positions:
Permanent, Full Time
Job Description And Duties
The Department of Financial Protection and Innovation is recruiting for one (1) permanent/full-time Financial Institutions Examiner (FIE) position in the Division of Corporations and Financial Institutions, Broker Dealer/Investment Adviser office. Position to be located in the San Francisco office. This recruitment may be used to fill subsequent vacancies of these positions within the next 180 days.
Under the general supervision of a Financial Institutions Manger, the Financial Institutions Examiner (FIE) is responsible for conducting examinations individually or as part of a team, of investment advisers and broker-dealers, in accordance with the Corporate Securities Law of 1968 and the applicable State and Federal laws and regulations.
The position may require extensive travel to licensees and occasional travel to conferences, meetings, and training events. Travel is primarily done by driving, but also includes periodic air travel, periodic overnight travel, and occasional overtime.
Final Filing Date: 2/28/2024
Applicants will need to take and pass the online FIE exam/assessment to be eligible to apply for FIE positions. Please visit: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/JOBSGEN/0PBBX.PDF
Education: Equivalent to graduation from college with a specialization in accounting, business administration, economics, finance, or a related business/management specialization. OR
Completion of the equivalent of 16 semester hours of professional accounting courses given by a collegiate-grade residence institution, including courses in elementary and advanced or intermediate accounting, auditing, and cost accounting; and three semester hours of business law.
Consider a rewarding and challenging career with the DFPI!
DFPI Website: www.dfpi.ca.gov