Full-time Jobs and Internship Opportunities at DISB
For those seeking District Government jobs, the DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking’s full-time employment and internship opportunities are posted on the DC Department of Human Resources’ new employment opportunities webpage, available here. For more information contact, DCHR at One Judiciary Square, 441 4th Street NW, Suite 330, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 442-9700 or email@example.com. You can also find summaries of our job announcements listed below.
Full-time Jobs at DISB
|Title||Job ID||Job Summary||Salary Range||Area of Consideration||Closing Date|
|Financial Analyst (SSBCI)||JO-1605-5568||This position is located in the Banking Bureau of the DC Department of Insurance Securities and Banking (DISB), State Small Business Credit Initiative Program (SSBCI). This position is primarily responsible for providing analytical, evaluative, and advisory services applicable to a wide range of financial operations and transactions, including but not limited to, the effective and efficient operation of the SSBCI. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$85,104-$109,665||Open to the Public||June 10, 2016|
|Securities Financial Examiner||JO-1606-5609||The incumbent of this position serves as Securities Financial Examiner responsible for examination of broker-dealers and investment advisers. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$73,867-$94,504||Open to the Public||June 17, 2016|
|Securities Registration Specialist||JO-1605-5427||Incumbent performs as an entry level Securities Registration Specialist in the Corporation Finance Division with the responsibility for entering into the Division's Securities Tracking and Registration System securities registration and notice filing records. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$49,551-$63,798||Open to the Public||June 17, 2016|
Internship Opportunities at DISB
DISB also participates in two District internship programs: the Capital City Fellows program and the District Leadership Program. Both programs are paid internships offered by the DC Department of Human Resources. Internships are in the summer as well as during the school year. DISB provides an environment for interns to get relevant work experience in financial regulation (e.g. insurance, securities, banking, financial fraud, etc.) as well as administrative policy, human resources, public affairs or communications. More information on the city programs appears below.
Capital City Fellows Program
The Capital City Fellows Program is a mayoral initiative to attract recent graduates of master's degree programs who are interested in public service to work for the District of Columbia. Selected Fellows are appointed for 18 months during which they may complete three six-month rotations in different city agencies within government operations, health and human services, public safety and justice, planning and economic development or education clusters. For more program information including eligibility requirements and the application process, follow this link: Capital City Fellows Program.
District Leadership Program
The District Leadership Program is designed to provide tomorrow’s leaders with the knowledge, tools, skills, and experiences that can be readily applied to their future challenges and pursuits, whether personal or professional.
The program is offered twice a year. It is open to undergraduate (junior or senior year) and graduate students currently enrolled, who are in good academic standing. The summer session is June to August and the eight-month opportunity is October to May. For more information, visit District Leadership Program - Paid Internship Opportunity or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Work Experience
Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program.
DISB participates in the Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program also known as SYEP, a locally funded initiative sponsored by the DC Department of Employment Services. DISB seeks District youth between the ages of 18 to 21 who wish to get constructive summer work experience in financial regulation (e.g. insurance, securities, banking, financial fraud, etc.) and/or in administrative support, human resources, public affairs or communications.
For more information including the application process, visit Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program.