SALARY: 47,188.26 – $49,577.16 Annually
JOB TYPE: Classified
DEPARTMENT: Office of the Lieutenant Governor STTI
LOCATION: St.Thomas/ St. John, VI
JOB NUMBER: 201903742
OPENING DATE: 07/14/2023
CLOSING DATE: 8/11/2023 11:59 PM Atlantic (Canada)
This position involves examination, evaluation and investigation of the eligibility offlnancial services institutions to conduct businessin the Territory, and verification of solvency in accordance with Tltle 9 and Title 22 of the Virgin Islands Code.
Under the direct supervision of the Chief Financial Services Examiner and/or Director, the incumbent in this position examines, investigates, reviews, and monitors Insurance agencies and companies. He/she examines other financial services institutionsfor eligibility requirements, solvency and compliance with federal and local laws and standards, rules and regulations. Work isreviewed by the Chief Financial Services Examiner for compliance and adherence to established guidelines.
Duties and Responsibilities
DUTIES (not au lndus1ve):
- Reviews original applications offinanclal services providers to determine eligibility to conduct business In the Territory.
- Examines and analyzes data contained in application forms, agency reports, business records, public documents or other records to gather facts, and verifies correctness and authenticity of the information submitted by financial services providers.
- Provides information and answer questions of individuals or groups concerning the business operations of a financial services provider.
- Determines eligibility for participation in activity, conformity to program requirements, or liability for damages or financial losses based on findings.
- Analyzes statistical data to Insure that administrative policies, regulatory codes, legislative directives and other guidelines are being met.
- Interviews licensees, confers with officials and technical or professional specialists, In order to obtain information or clarify facts.
- Performs onsite examination of company data contained In business records, public documents or other records to determine solvency; ascertain that the financial services providers are in compliance with statutory requirements, to Include federal and local laws and standards.
- Prepares reports of examinations and evaluatrons, determines the eligibtllty or Ineligibility of financial services applicants and makes appropriate recommendations to the Chief Financial Services Examiner and/or the
- Performs other related duties incidental to the work described
A Master’s Degree In Business Administration (MBA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA), or any of the following professional designations:Accredited Financial Examiner (AFE}. Certified Financial Examiner (CFE), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Associate Professional inInsurance Regulation (APIR) and Professional in Insurance Regulation (PIR);
A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration, or other related field, with three (3) years’ experience working In Government or the financial services industry;
An Associate’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration, or other related field (with a minimum of 15 credits in Accounting), andfive (5) years’ work experience in Government or the financial services Industry.
FACTOR 1 – KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:
- Knowledge of insurance, banking, securities, and other financial services practices, procedures and
- Knowledge of accounting principles and practices in relation to various insurance, banking, securities, and other financial services transactions.
- Ability to Interpret and apply legislation, rules and regulations as they relate to the: financial services
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel and Power Point. Ability to communicate ideas orally and in writing.
- Ability to prepare clear and concise written
- Ability to maintain reports and
- Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with all persons contacted during the course of
FACTOR 2- SUPERVISORY CONTROLS:
Employee works under the supervision of the Chief Financial Services Examiner and/or the Director. Work is reviewed through conferences and/or discussions.
FACTOR 3- GUIDELINES·
Guidelines include, but are not limited to, Title 9, Title 13 and Title 22, Virgin Islands Code; the policies of the NAIC, CSBS, NASAA andother banking and financial services practices, procedures and laws. They are used to ascertain that the office is operating within the parameters of all guidelines.
FACTOR 4- COMPLEXITY:
The nature of the duties under this class is to examine for solvency, review and process applications and ensure compliance with the rules, regulations and laws governing the insurance, banking, securities and other financial services industries. Work Is only difficult If the employee or staff is unfamiliar with a new procedure for compliance, service or request.
FACTOR 5- SCOPE AND EFFECT;
The purpose of this position is to regulate for solvency and to ensure that the proper compliance of the regulatory process is adhered to while the financial service provider is conducting business in the Territory.
FACTOR 6- PERSONAL CONTACTS:
Contacts are made with co-workers, businesses, corporations, professional organizations, civic groups and the general public.
FACTOR Z- PURPOSE OF CONTACTS:
Contacts are made to obtain information for regulatory compliance; advise and provide information to various organizations and thegeneral public regarding the conduct and regulation of business as lt relates to the insurance, banking, securities, and other financial services industries.
FACTOR 8- PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Work is mostly sedentary.
FACTOR 9- WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Work is performed in an office setting, both in-house and in the field.
Government of the Virgin Islands
United States, Territorywide, U.S. Virgin Islands , 00802