Inspector Balance Bridge Job Description Sample
Road & Bridge - Development Inspector
High School diploma or GED or equivalent, and five (5) years of road construction/reconstruction or road maintenance experience; with one (1) year of experience in code compliance inspection and enforcement in drainage;
Or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Certificates and Licenses Required
Must have or obtain by date of hire a valid driver's license applicable to job responsibilities, with a driving record acceptable to the County of El Paso.
Must meet continuing education requirements to retain licensure(s).
Conducts onsite inspections of road resurfacing/reconstruction work in process and completed projects to ensure compliance with plans and contract specifications. Which involves measuring proposed road sites and checking control points for road, utility and related data; should notify appropriate individuals of any conflicts or discrepancies;
Oversees and ensures compliance with contract specifications for street resurfacing which involves measuring streets to be considered for resurfacing; checks control points for street, utility and related data; notes discrepancies between designated design plans and actual measuring;
Oversees grading, paving, curbing, storm drain installation, and erosion control on County maintained roads performed by development community by performing on-site inspection and plan compliance review;
Prepares specifications for each project including any concrete work such as curbs, gutters, driveways;
Keeps abreast of the County permit requirements (Floodplain Development, Stormwater, Development, Driveway, Road Cut, etc.), performs inspections and coordinates with contractor, developers, engineers, public and/or other agencies to ensure compliance;
Communicates with contractors, developers, engineers, and the public in resolving erosion or drainage complaints, or road problems associated with development;
Issues correction notices as required when inadequate erosion and drainage control and county requirement violations occur;
Refers violations not complied with to County's Attorney Office for enforcement; may attend court hearings to answer questions and provide violation documentation;
Maintains applicable database, records and files;
Researches prior inspections for approval/disapproval;
Annotates existing plans;
Estimates quantities of materials to be used and converts to dimension measurements as appropriate such as square yards, tons or linear feet;
Works with contractor for testing of compaction, density or pound testing to ensure prescribed asphalt/base/sub-base contents;
Develops routine specifications for materials, construction, asphalt concrete design, and equipment plans;
Notifies supervisor or engineer of any conflicts or discrepancies and suggests corrective action or plan change;
Gathers field data for a variety of engineering uses in planning;
Notifies contractor of any required corrections or necessary clean up;
Interviews contractors and compiles information and field data for reports and engineering uses;
Performs sub-grade, base estimates to ensure construction compliance with specifications;
Provides public and contractors with information related to traffic control, road closures, time and date of proposed projects and responds to inquiries and complaints by retrieving records and "as built" notes and conducting related in-depth research; Responds to inquiries, complaints and problems from property owners and the general public; resolves them by contacting appropriate organization or person/s for resolution;
Prepares and verifies work order documents;
Maintains records of all inspections and ensures construction is in compliance with current county codes, and ordinances;
Makes daily trench safety inspections of new construction and reconstruction work sites and enforces back-fill requirements;
Reviews plans and specifications of construction work to be accomplished within new subdivisions, commercial districts, and industrial parks;
Maintains inventories related to division equipment and supplies;
Monitors work of subdivision, curbs, streets, drainage, streetlights, and traffic control;
Trains contract workers as needed on the project assigned;
Reviews and ensures blueprints are carried out to specification on projects assigned;
Use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines;
Stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field;
Substitutes, if assigned, during temporary absences by performing delegated duties sufficient to maintain continuity of normal operations;
Commits self to providing excellent customer service and demonstrate commitment through cooperative team and individual efforts.
Creates a high quality work culture through participation in and emphasis on training and mentoring to develop leadership, management, and technical skills in self and all employees, including safety related training and skills.
Other Important Duties
Performs other job related duties, within reason and capabilities as directed;
Drive throughout the County to project sites;
As members of the County of El Paso Emergency Response System, all El Paso County employees are designated as Disaster Service Workers during a proclaimed emergency and may be required to train on emergency response and/or perform certain emergency services at the direction of their supervisor.
The Development Inspector under minimal supervision, monitors and evaluates road construction, reconstruction and resurfacing projects. The incumbent maintains pavement inspection records; enforcing public works design standards and County Ordinances. In addition the Development Inspector performs inspections on newly constructed streets, curbs, and sidewalks in newly developed subdivisions. Work also involves inspection of site developments to ensure correct drainage, erosion, and sediment control measures are taken. Individual acts as Department liaison for communications to developers and contractors.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of: Federal, state and County rules, regulations, and guidelines related to street maintenance, construction, and drainage, erosion, and sedimentation control measures, and County, State, and/or TXDOT construction regulations and safety codes.; specification preparation, including standard construction and paving materials and equipment requirements; street maintenance and construction practices; street construction/reconstruction sampling and testing procedures; principles, practices and methods and enforcement of federal, state and local codes and requirements; calculation of cost estimates for resurfacing projects including materials, supplies, and personnel; some familiarity and experience with vehicles and construction equipment (to include backhoe, loaders, dump truck); County organization, operations, policies and procedures; English usage, grammar, punctuation and spelling; techniques for effective interpersonal communications; modern office procedures, methods and computer equipment to include Windows and Microsoft based products.
Skill/Ability to: calculate cost estimates for projects including materials, supplies, and personnel; interpret laws, rules, regulations and requirements; read and interpret construction blueprints, plans, drawings, and related manuals; prepare and present clear and concise reports; interpret oral, written, regulatory information dealing with codes, ordinances and standards; reading, interpreting, and communicating instructions; use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines; complete projects on time and within budget; operate personal computer using standard office operating software and general office equipment and various software applications; prepare and maintain records, maintain filing systems, compile and organize information; effectively communicate both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, officials, vendors, contractors, and the general public; Pass a Criminal Background Investigation;
Each and every county position requires the following professional skills and abilities as key and necessary elements of performance:
Demonstrate regular and reliable attendance;
Work well with others and participate fully in a team oriented environment;
Interface with other employees and customers in a courteous and respectful manner;
Maintain strict confidentiality;
Project positive support of their department and all county organizations at all times; and,
Maintain and enhance the County's commitment to customer service excellence
Bridge Inspector (Richmond District)
Would you like to build a career in highway maintenance and construction, an industry that will offer you long-term career opportunities? Do you strive to serve others and make the place where you work and live a better place to be?
Then consider working for the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Richmond District, Bridge Safety Inspection Office. We serve the citizens of the Commonwealth and travelling public daily through our mission to plan, deliver, operate and maintain a transportation system that is safe, moves people and goods, enhances the economy, and improves quality of life. We are the third largest state maintained highway system in the country, maintaining over 58,000 miles of roads, bridges, and tunnels, employing over 7700 people through a diverse workforce consisting of classified and hourly employees.
Our strong culture focuses on teamwork, transparency, creativity and collaboration that values differences, and nimble learning. We are seeking individuals interested in joining our team that will assist with in-depth visual and mechanical inspections of bridges and highway structures to discover deterioration, damage, and defects that would affect the life, serviceability and safety of the structure. As a member of the bridge inspection team, you will: ?determine and demonstrate proper work protection techniques and ensure workplace safety by maintaining knowledge of and following safety rules, identifying and resolving hazards ?perform bridge and structure inspections in accordance with NBIS and VDOT standards ?collect structural data and dimensions of components needed to prepare and distribute structural inspection reports and related documentation ?Assist with creation of new inventory records and update existing structure inventory and assessment data in automated database system. ?operate and maintain bridge inspection vehicles and instruments ?Apply MUTCD for detours, lane closures, work zones This position requires physically demanding labor over, in, and around water from boats, bucket trucks, and ladders at various heights and in harsh weather conditions.
Frequent climbing, crawling, stooping, working in confined spaces and traversing embankments is required. Ladder and bucket truck regulations have a weight restriction of 300 lbs. which includes tools and equipment. VDOT is an emergency response agency and this position is the core of this requirement, therefore you will work outside of normal work hours during emergency operations.
We are a "Virginia Values Veterans" (V3) official certified company and state agency that provides hiring preference to Veterans and Members of the Virginia National Guard in support of Executive Order 29, (2010). If you are a Veteran or Virginia National Guard Member, we urge you to respond accordingly on your state application. VDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, please visit ?Information for VDOT Employees and Applicants?? at: http://www.virginiadot.org/jobs/information_for_employees.asp We have Shared Values and a Code of Ethics.
Your success in our organization depends upon modelling these values, therefore please click here to review them and, if in agreement, we welcome you to apply. In addition to a rewarding work experience, VDOT offers excellent health and life insurance benefits, pre-tax spending accounts, state funded Short and Long Term Disability, paid holidays, vacation, tuition assistance, free wellness programs, and a state retirement plan with options for tax-deferred retirement savings including employer matching. Click Here for additional information.
You are minimally qualified if you have: ?Knowledge of common bridge types and components ?Ability to diagnose causes of damage and deterioration to bridges and structures ?Ability to read and interpret bridge and structure plans and specifications ?Ability to use specialized inspection instruments and tools. ?Ability to prepare reports, enter data, update and maintain files ?Ability to prepare and, or draft structural drawings and sketches ?Knowledge of and skill in the application of engineering math. ?Skill in the use of computers and software applications ?Ability to follow safety practices and procedures. ?Valid driver's license.
?Experience in bridge maintenance and repair or structural inspection ?Completion of an FHWA-approved course in safety inspection of in-service bridges ?Proficient in the use of MS Office and CAD
If selected as a finalist, you will undergo references and verification of work history, DMV records check; and fingerprint-based criminal history records check.
Senior Lead Inspector - Bridge Engineer 5 (In-Training)
NOTE: This position is opened until filled. It is to the candidate's advantage to apply early.
The Washington State Department of Transportation's State Bridge and Structures Office is currently seeking a qualified bridge inspector to fill a Senior Lead Inspector vacancy as a Bridge Engineer 5 (In-Training). This Senior Lead Inspector is responsible for the completion of the in-service bridge inspections and reports in conformance with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and WSDOT requirements and procedures.
Note: This position has an in-training plan that can be filled at either the Bridge Engineer 4 or Bridge Engineer 5 level. The salaries for each position are:
Bridge Engineer 4- $62,748 - $84,384 annually, depending on qualifications.
Bridge Engineer 5- $69,240 - $93,156 annually, depending on qualifications.
This position will give you the opportunity be an expert in your field and work with hard working, knowledgeable, hands-on professionals in bridge engineering. If you have a background in bridge engineering, like to work outside, travel, use a variety of different equipment, and be part of a team who is responsible for the safety of our traveling public, this may just be your new opportunity!
At WSDOT, we value the importance of creating an environment in which all employees feel respected, included, and empowered to bring unique ideas to the agency. Our diversity and inclusion efforts include embracing different cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives while fostering growth and advancement in the workplace. To learn more, please watch the following video: Why WSDOT?
This position will perform the following work:
Operate a variety of equipment in the process of conducting bridge inspections, including but not limited to: UBIT's, bucket trucks, scaffolding, boats and safety harness hardware.
Lead other Senior Lead Bridge Inspectors where multiple inspection teams are utilized to complete an inspection.
Prepare and complete bridge inspection reports.
Plan and prepare for bridge inspections utilizing Bridge Program Management and other planning tools.
Serve as a statewide expert on bridge inspections for Regional and Headquarters staff.
An ideal candidate for this position will have:
Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering or a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
For the Bridge Engineer 4 level, one year of experience as a Bridge Engineer 3 or equivalent.
For the Bridge Engineer 5 level, two years' experience as a Bridge Engineer 4 or equivalent.
A valid driver's license with the ability to travel statewide with frequent overnight stays.
Ability to work approximately 2 weekends per month.
Ability to work at heights exceeding 100 feet, in confined spaces and over water.
Ability to safely and proficiently operate a variety of equipment in the process of conducting bridge inspections, including but not limited to: UBIT's, bucket trucks, scaffolding, technical rope access, boats and safety harness hardware.
Professional Engineering License (P.E.) or Structural Engineering License (S.E.) in Washington State.
Possess the ability to obtain a valid TWIC (Transportation Worker's Identification Card).
How to Apply: Applications for this recruitment will be accepted electronically. Please select the large "apply" button at the top of this announcement. You may need to set up an account profile. To be considered for this position you will need to answer the supplemental questions, as part of the supplemental questions you will need to provide a letter of interest. Your letter of interest should describe how your experience, training and education make you a viable and competitive candidate for this position.
Contact us: For inquiries about this position, please contact Erik Lunke at 360-705-7747 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference recruitment number 18DOT-HQ-01863m.
WSDOT is an equal opportunity employer. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the listed recruiter. WSDOT does not use the E-Verify system. For more information, please visit https://www.uscis.gov/.
Bridge Safety Inspector 1 (W)
Performs beginning level bridge safety inspection work as a member of a highway bridge safety inspection team. Performs strenuous manual labor in rigging scaffolds and ladders to access bridge structures.
Acquires and applies the knowledge and abilities to perform bridge safety inspection work. Assists higher level inspectors in bridge safety inspections. Documents findings as part of an evaluation program to determine structural integrity and safety of state highway bridges.
The work requires strenuous physical labor. Hazardous working conditions involve climbing on the superstructure and substructure of bridges.
The work may involve exposure to severe weather conditions.
Hiring Process: This job requires a written examination (W). Exams are given in several locations and no appointment is necessary.
We encourage you to apply online. For test schedules, locations, paper application forms and information about testing check our Job Opportunities Web Site (www.state.wv.us/admin/personnel). If you apply online, you do not have to take a copy of the application to the test center. DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU CAN TEST WITHIN 90 DAYS.
Online applicants who do not test within 90 days of application will be rejected. Applicants using a paper application must present a completed application form at the test site. Positive identification is required.
There is a 90 day re-test waiting period. Caution: Any time you re-take the same test your new score, whether higher or lower, will automatically replace any previous test scores.
If you have previously applied for this job and simply want to update your ID (name, address, etc.), work preferences, or county availability, do not re-apply. Instead, send us a letter.
Your application will not be accepted if you do not meet stated minimum requirements.
Education equivalent to graduation from a standard four-year high school.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Note: Preference in appointment may be given to applicants with (1) successful completion course in algebra, plane geometry, drafting, or mechanical drawing or (2) certification as a Technician-in-Training - Bridge by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET).
Keys: High School or less, 0-2 yrs exp or some college
Bridge Inspector (295949-841)
This position is responsible for the inspection, scheduling, recording and reporting of assigned railroad structures in an effort to ensure the safety G&W and the public. The successful candidate will be able to operate in a fast paced, demanding environment and be able to deliver comprehensive structures inspections on time and in line with federal, corporate and regional requirements. Excellent organizational skills, resource management and attention to detail are essential to be effective execution in this position.
Conduct detailed and accurate inspections of structures across defined territory noting conditions and repair priorities of all components of the structures.
Ensure that prompt and appropriate action is taken for each structure to ensure the safety of G&W trains, employees and the public.
Climb all aspects of the bridges to determine and report the conditions.
Schedule and coordinate inspections for assigned territory.
Ability to prioritize findings and defects in line with federal and G&W requirements.
Ensure inspection data is promptly recorded into G&W's Electronic Structures Information and Management System.
Coordinate with regional personnel regarding inspection schedules and plans.Assist corporate and regional bridge staff in short-term and long-term bridge capital and repair programs.
Assist in emergency situations requiring the inspections of any G&W structures
Develop and grow regional relationships vital to the success and safety of the structures program.
Other duties as assigned by the Director of Structures Inspection
2-5 years of experience in structures inspection and engineering.
A working knowledge of the railroad industry.
Thorough working knowledge of FRA regulations, AREMA recommended practices and the AREMA Bridge Inspection Handbook
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
Basic understanding of database management.
Excellent attention to detail.
Sound judgment and decision making skills.
Ability to accurately express structures condition details in written and oral communication.
Ability to communicate effectively with regions and senior management teams, employees, customers, railroads, regulatory agency officials, and the general public.
Ability to operate machinery relative to bridge inspections.
Ability to work in varying weather conditions.
Poses the ability to work at great heights.
Ability to climb, stoop, kneel, bend and reach overhead.
Required: High School Diploma/GED.
Preferred: Bachelor of Science in Civil or Structural Engineering from an ABET accredited school of engineering.
90% or more covering the G&W North America railroads.
Ability to report to work with minimal advance notice.
Work flexible daily shedules, including weekends, dictated by travel distance and and inspection schedules.
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. and its subsidiary companies do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or any other protected status under federal, state or local laws.
Job Location Little Rock, Arkansas, United StatesPosition TypeFull-Time/Regular
Position Employed By:
Bridge Inspector Trainee
This position is typically filled at a salary of $25,012.
Work for Indiana
U.S News & World Report's #1 state government! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana is a diverse workforce offering applicants stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indiana's communities every day.
About Indiana Department of Transportation
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) provides a dynamic workplace that serves Indiana citizens, improves our state's quality of life, and enhances its economic opportunity. INDOT has a number of innovative programs and projects, including Public-Private Partnerships, Green Initiatives, and cutting-edge uses of materials and assets. As part of the State of Indiana, INDOT offers a competitive total compensation package, as well as outstanding work/life balance. Whether you are an established professional in the transportation field or just starting your career, INDOT has exciting and challenging opportunities for you.
About the Job
This position assists in performing bridge inspections which is important for the safety of the driving public. It is of the utmost importance that qualified personnel inspect Indiana's bridges and culverts. The bridge inspector is required to render judgment on a daily basis pertaining to the safety and integrity of the structures inspected. This position insures public safety and assures the state is compliant with all federal and state laws, rules and policies.
A Day in the Life
Acts as part of two-person team to visually and physically performs standard, special and emergency inspections on, under and above bridges and small structures. This includes:
operating bridge inspection equipment to determine existence and extent of damage, deterioration and potential hazards and assures the safe operation of the inspection equipment;
Maintains, monitors, updates, and corrects the small structures database;
Aids in preparing reports detailing bridge and small structure inspections conducted under the direction of the supervisor such as:
Updating pictures and videos;
Preparing work orders for items needing repair or maintenance;
Gathering data and measurements.
Collects and reviews pertinent data in order to prepare for site inspections;
Performs miscellaneous duties to facilitate operational efficiency of work unit (e.g., assists district bridge crews in making repairs to bridge structures;
Required to plow snow as needed.
What We're Looking For
High school graduate or equivalent;
Must possess a valid driver's license;
Must have valid commercial driver's license (CDL) or ability to obtain within 90 days;
Required to submit to and pass a drug test as a condition of employment;
Must be able to lift 50 pounds;
Ability to perform physical activities such as lifting, dragging, stooping, standing and walking for long periods of time, as well as walking on traverse, steep and slippery slopes, climb;
Must be able to endure exposure to inclement weather;
Must have ability to read, write, and communicate clearly;
Ability to operate specialty traffic equipment (e.g. bucket trucks, paint equipment, etc…);
Ability to follow directions and work as part of a team.
Experience in traffic control, confined space, boating safety;
Ability to use a geographical positioning system(GPS);
Broad knowledge of Microsoft computer programs to include Word, Outlook, Excel and Access;
Ability to read and interpret bridge plans.
Benefits of Working for INDOT
The Indiana Department of Transportation offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:
Four (4) medical plan options (including RX coverage) and vision/dental coverages
Wellness program (offers eligibility into a discounted medical plan)
Health savings account (includes bi-weekly state contribution)
Deferred compensation account (similar to 401k plan) with employer match
Two (2) fully-funded pension plan options
Group life insurance
Employee assistance program that allows for covered behavioral health visits
Paid vacation, personal and sick time off
Competitive leave policies covering a variety of employee needs
12 company paid holidays, 14 on election years
Qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
New Parent Leave
Equal Employment Opportunity
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Editorial Director, The Balance
About Your Role
As Editorial Director for The Balance, you will help take our personal finance brand to the next level with your digital savvy enthusiasm and first class communication and management skills. Your primary focus will be to manage content quality and improve editorial workflows and user experience. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of what makes high-quality, credible finance online content.
About Your Contributions
Help shape, define, and implement editorial strategy and brand positioning to increase audience and drive user engagement.
Use data to identify new opportunities for the finance channel including editorial gaps, tools, content partnerships and more.
Work with cross-functional teams and content managers to help drive SEO, Email, and social strategies forward.
Track competitive landscape to identify trends and opportunities within the space.
Must have experience with finance content and specific nuances understand the nuances to produce it.
5+ years of work experience
Strong editorial skills and keen sense of what content works well online
Excellent project management skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task, excellent verbal/written communication skills.
Consistently keep up to date with industry trends related to Finance content; able to identify topics of interest to a wide audience.
Solid understanding of current SEO best practices.
Experience with Google Analytics
For more than 20 years, Dotdash brands have been helping people find answers, solve problems, and get inspired. We are one of the top-20 largest content publishers on the Internet according to com
Score, a leading Internet measurement company, and reach more than 30% of the U.S. population every month. Our brands collectively have won more than 20 industry awards in the last year alone and, most recently, Dotdash was named Publisher of the Year by Digiday, a leading industry publication. Our brands include Verywell, The Spruce, The Balance, Investopedia, Lifewire, TripSavvy and ThoughtCo.
Dotdash embraces inclusivity and values our diverse community. We are committed to building a team based on qualifications, merit and business need. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Balance Sheet Management Senior Group Manager (Alm Policy & Execution)
Primary Location: United States,New York,Long Island City
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Job Function: Finance
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular
Travel Time: No
Job ID: 18065996
The Asset and Liability Management (ALM) unit is acentralized function within Citigroup's Group Treasury and has four primaryareas of focus: (1) ALM Policy & Execution (2) Interest Rate Simulation, (3)Balance Sheet Management and (4) ALM Analytics.
The ALM Policy & Execution unit establishes and overseesthe policies under which business assets and liabilities are priced based oninterest rates and liquidity values, executes various transfer pricingprocesses, and ensures retained costs and balance sheet in Treasury are minimalthrough an effective allocation process. The Interest Rate Simulation functiondesigns forecasting models and, where necessary, Alternative ForecastingApproaches (AFA) for Pre-Provision Net Revenue (PPNR) and Net Interest Margin(NIM). The ALM Analytics function calculates, analyzes, and forecasts NIM andidentifies optimization opportunities, allocates capital to Citigroup'sbusinesses and analyzes interest rate risk exposures. Balance Sheet Management analyzes the
Citigroup balance sheet ensuring optimal structure including safety andsoundness along with compliance with various capital, liquidity and otherregulatory constraints.
The ALM function partners extensively with Independent Risk,Citi Treasury Investments (CTI), the Balance Sheet Management team, the
Treasury GPO team, and business and legal entity treasurers.
NY based candidate in the ALM Policy & Execution teamwill lead and manage the ICG Markets transfer pricing team for both BrokerDealer and Bank activities globally including analysis, implementation andexecution capabilities as well as development and measurement of actual ALMPolicy. Areas of responsibility span ICG Markets Liquidity Premium andassociated basis/NLA charges, Broker-dealer entity transfer pricing, and CorporateChain entity transfer pricing along with various other critical capital, costand balance sheet allocations. Inaddition, this role will support the long term transformation initiativeswithin ALM (Balance Sheet Costing Initiative) associated with ICG Marketsactivity globally across operating entities. The role will require stronganalytical and critical thinking skills as well as advanced data manipulation,aggregation & reporting skills. Good communication skills will alsobe required to articulate Transfer Pricing Policy and practices (includingGuidelines) and the evaluation of the effectiveness of Policy, both in writingand in discussions with key internal and external stakeholders. Theideal candidate will have some familiarity with Citi's transfer pricingframework, systems and the relevant regulatory requirements (Funds TransferPricing ("FTP"), Liquidity Premium ("LP"), Liquidity Coverage Ratio ("LCR")framework, Total Loss Absorbing Capacity ("TLAC"), and Net Stable Funding Ratio("NSFR")). Given the Policy aspect of this role, this position is locatedin our New York office.
Execute, manage and monitor transfer pricing of current and contingent liquidity requirements for Markets including development and management of transfer pricing Policy for ICG Markets
Monitor recovery of liquidity costs associated with Broker Dealer activities, performing relevant analysis and action plan when under/over recovery of costs occurs
Manage the Working Capital framework across cash, repo and derivative products using transfer pricing systems including GIAS (Global Interest Allocation System) and OASYS (derivatives transfer pricing platform)
Analyze debt costs, basis costs/risks, contingent liquidity costs and their associated recovery
Provide analysis and commentary relating to Quarterly Report on FTP, a regulatory requirement under Fed regulation SR16-3
Analyze and enhance Transfer Pricing framework to ensure adherence with regulatory requirements and appropriateness of any transfer pricing incentives
Lead transfer pricing reengineering initiatives including Multi-point curve (Balance Sheet Costing) and any ALM driven technology initiatives
Develop and coordinate policy and governance relating to ICG Markets transfer pricing in coordination with broader transfer pricing framework
Thefunction partners extensively with Independent Risk, Citi Treasury Investments,the Balance Sheet Management Team, the RUBY team, and business and legal entitytreasurers.
Bachelor's degree, MBA a plus
Proven track record of managing staff and strategic/technology initiatives
Strong analytical skills and data manipulation skills
Knowledge of key asset liability management principles
Transfer pricing theory (incl. Interest Rate risk, Liquidity modeling, and Broker-dealer funding)
Knowledge of Liquidity metrics and regulations including LCR, NSFR, Internal Stress Tests, NSFR, TLAC, Global Systemically Important Bank ("GSIB") surcharge
Strong communication and presentation skills
10-15+ years of experience
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