The LISCC Office of the OC (OOC) summer intern will have the opportunity to support the officers, managers, and supervisory/operations analysts within the national operations function of the LISCC portfolio. The intern will gain broad understanding and experience of the day-to-day operations of a national supervisory program with 600+ staff. The intern will be provided meaningful project(s) that support the OOC functional areas: Communications, Governance and Corporate Secretary, Human Resources, Operations, Quality Control, and Reporting & Technology. This will afford the opportunity to learn from many perspectives while assisting in these key OOC functions. The intern’s work will culminate with a completed project that will benefit the LISCC portfolio by recommending potential areas/opportunities for improving operational efficiencies. The intern will have an opportunity to meet with senior LISCC leaders and learn about the supervision of the world’s largest, most complex financial institutions.
Over the course of the internship, the intern will:
• Perform assignments in support of key OOC business objectives including process improvement goals
• Produce well-constructed and organized presentations to senior leaders using PowerPoint, Excel and Word
• Improve upon their program and project management skills
• Leverage interpersonal & collaboration skills through various working relationships with a range of key Board and System stakeholders to provide recommendations for process improvements
• Gain experience with assimilating new information, problem-solving, strategic thinking, planning for longer term goals/objectives, balancing multiple priorities/meeting tight deadlines.
Suggested Education: Ideal candidate would be a rising College junior or higher; Pursuing a degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or a related field of study
-Experience with Microsoft Office
-Experience with Tableau is a plus
This internship can be completed virtually.
Please note: the selected candidate must complete the required background investigation prior to starting in this role. This may impact the amount of time between offer acceptance and a start date. If selected to interview, your recruiter will review the typical timeline and process in more detail.
US Citizenship is required for all Board internships and applicants must be current students, graduating from their program fall 2022 or later.
Learn more about our internship program: https://www.federalreserve.gov/careers-internships.htm