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FDIC is hiring in Chicagoland area


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We are hiring. Those words are hard to come by these days with national unemployment hovering at 9.7% and even greater in Illinois. Whether we like it or not, one outcome of the economic downturn is jobs in helping manage financial fallout. The FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) is the agency tasked with regulating and managing the banking sector. In these hard times, many financial institutions are facing closure and being taken over by the FDIC and sold to other institutions. As you can guess, the FDIC is very busy these days and therefore is beefing up its presence in the Chicago area.

The FDIC just announced they are opening up a large satellite office in Schaumburg to handle the increase in workflow in the Midwest. This office will be in addition to their downtown office and it's primary responsibilities will be to manage receiverships and liquidate assets from failed Midwest banks. Illinois is one of the leading states when it comes to bank failures. Just recently, it was announced that 3 more Illinois banks failed, and Broadway Bank, owned by the family of U.S. Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias, was being closely monitored by the FDIC and given orders to raise capital. So as you can see, the FDIC is very busy these days and is staffing up to meet demand. That means job opportunities.

Hiring Details:

Who: FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

Where: Schaumburg, IL

What types of experience is the FDIC interested in:

  • Accounting/Tax Accounting
  • Asset/Franchise Marketing
  • Asset/Loan Management
  • Banking Operations
  • Capital Markets or Securities
  • Claims (Deposit Insurance Determinations)
  • Contract Oversight Management
  • Financial Analysis
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Loan Workouts
  • Public/Government Relations
  • Real Estate Management (e.g. Appraisal Review, Environmental, Owned Real Estate)
  • Legal (Litigation, Real Estate, Transactional, Professional Liability)

When: Now

How can one get more information: Individuals who are interested in these opportunities should call 1-877-ASK-FDIC (1-877-275-3342). You can also visit the FDIC website for further details


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