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Announcement Number 12-CFPB-391 Promotion Potential CN-52
Position Title Consumer Response Intake Team Lead Hiring Agency Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Open Period 04/25/2012 - 05/02/2012 Duty Locations 4 Vacancies in Washington, DC, US
Series/Grade CN - 0301 51 For More Info Applicant Call Center
304-480-7300
CFPBINQUIRIES@BPD.TREAS.GOV
Salary $72772.00 - $105519.00

Who May Apply

U.S. citizens who are:


 


Current CFPB employees on permanent competitive service appointments; or current CFPB employees serving on VRA appointments.


 


Job Status
Full-time


Duration Appointment Permanent


Marketing Statement

Do you want to be a leader in your field at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) – a groundbreaking organization solely devoted to the economic strength and vitality of American Families?  Do you want to challenge yourself and others?  If you answer "Yes", then we have a career for you!  CFPB professionals have unparalleled opportunities to expand horizons for themselves and for the nation.  Be one of the founding members of an agency that will make a difference in the lives of everyday American families!


Summary

As a member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Office of Chief Operating Officer, Response Center, you will serve in a developmental capacity as a Consumer Response Intake Team Lead.  You will provide day-to-day oversight, coaching and quality control for a team of Intake Specialists who review and route consumer complaints, inquiries, and feedback sent to CFPB.  You will also serve as a senior technical and program expert, assigned the complex and difficult consumer complaints.  


Key Requirements

  • Background Investigation
  • U.S. Citizenship
  • May be required to serve a trial period.




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