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Join the FDIC Team

At the FDIC, we work diligently to ensure financial safety for depositors across America. Since FDIC insurance began in 1934, not a single depositor has lost a cent of insured funds as a result of a failure.

It takes many different skills to accomplish the vital mission of the FDIC. Find out where you fit in at the FDIC – routinely ranked one of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government.

Meet Our Team

It takes a dedicated, talented team to accomplish the FDIC mission — to maintain stability and public confidence in the nation's financial system. Our team is made up of thousands of dedicated professionals with a wide range of skills, experiences, and perspectives: banks examiners, compliance examiners, economists, financial analysts, IT professionals, administrative professionals, attorneys, and more. Take a detailed look at some of the key roles that are essential to accomplishing our mission.

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Bank Examiner

Bank examiners assess financial institutions large and small to ensure they are operating in a safe and sound manner, to identify violations of law and regulation, and to assess the adequacy of internal procedures and the general character of management.

Bank Examiner

Compliance Examiners

Compliance examiners work to ensure that financial institutions are adhering to laws and regulations that protect consumers and are investing in their local communities.

Bank Examiner

Economists

Economists conduct banking industry research, design studies in response to industry developments, analyze the economic impact of existing and proposed legislation and regulation, and develop models to support FDIC operations.

Bank Examiner

Financial Analysts

Financial analysts study complicated bank failures, provide support in capital market risk management matters, keep abreast of trends and emerging issues such as advancements in electronic banking, and more.

Bank Examiner

IT Professionals

Technology is transforming both the business of banking and the FDIC’s operations. Our IT professionals ensure that we are keeping pace with developments in the banking industry, implement IT initiatives to improve our supervision and internal operations, and develop ironclad systems to secure our networks and information.

Bank Examiner

Administrative Professionals

Administrative professionals at the FDIC perform a wide range of vital functions. They support business activities through training, consulting, human resources, corporate services, and acquisition services.

Bank Examiner

Attorneys

Attorneys provide legal expertise to support the mission and operations of the FDIC, from interpreting banking law, regulations, and procedures to representing the Corporation on matters of banking regulations and labor law.

Employee Benefits

We take pride in offering employees highly competitive compensation, a generous benefits program and extensive career development opportunities.

Job Opportunities

Interested in joining the FDIC team? You can find our open positions and application instructions at USAJobs.gov.

Information Technology

Information Technology Specialist

Washington, D.C.

Resolutions

Lead Administrative Specialist

Multiple Locations

Risk Management Supervision

Senior Examination Analyst

Washington, DC

Upcoming Events for Jobseekers

We’re always looking for the best and brightest people to join in our mission. We actively participate in on-campus and professional and diversity events throughout the year.

Internships and Career Programs

We offer a number of internship programs as well as professional development programs for employees.