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 protected]. 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|
|Student Loan and Foreclosure Ombudsman||JO-1612-7528||This position is located in the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB). The Student Loan Ombudsman is established within DISB to ensure agency compliance with D. C. Act 21571, Student Loan Ombudsman Establishment and Servicing Regulation Amendment Act of 2016, dated 12/07/16. The Ombudsman, in consultation with the Commissioner, shall ensure the enforcement of the licensing provisions of Section 7b, including the referral of actions to the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia for the enforcement of orders of the Commissioner or other authority of the commissioner related to a licensee or a person required to have a license under the Act. The incumbent monitors the actions that student loan servicers take to ensure that student loan borrowers are informed of their rights and responsibilities under the terms of the student loan borrower's student education loan in a transparent, accessible, and timely manner. To view the full job description, follow this link.||
|Open to the Public||January 29, 2017|
|Financial Examiner (Captive)||JO-1612-7483||This position is located in the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking, Risk Finance Bureau. The incumbent engages in the surveillance analysis of Captive Insurance Companies, including Risk Retention Groups licensed by the District of Columbia. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$87,657 - $112,956||Open to the Public||January 19, 2017|
|Supervisory Bank Examiner||JO-1612-7481||This position is located in the Banking Bureau of the Department of insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB), Examination Division. The incumbent manages the staff of the Examination Division and oversees financial safety and soundness examinations, as well as compliance examinations, of depository and nondepository financial institutions. Incumbent also provides advice and assistance to staff handling complaints involving financial institutions. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$110,621 - $154,869||Open to the Public||January 19, 2017|
|Attorney Advisor||JO-1612-7469||This position is located in the Government of the District of Columbia, the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking. The Office of the General Counsel is responsible for conducting all of the legal business of DISB. The purpose of this position is to provide proficient legal advice in one practice areas within DISB. The practice areas include administrative litigation, legislation and regulation development, litigation management and the provision of legal counsel regarding a wide range of legal issues. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$66,588 - $86,586||Open to the Public||January 18, 2017|
|Deputy Commissioner for Market Operations||JO-1612-7362||The Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (Department) is responsible for executing District of Columbia laws to regulate the insurance, securities and banking industries. The Department exercises statutory authority through licensing, financial audit of companies, rate regulation, servicing of consumer services requests, administration of premium and retaliatory tax laws, investigations, registration of securities offerings and exemption filings, registration of investment firms and advisors and regulating rule making and inspection. The Department proposes regulatory policy, new legislation and revisions to existing laws and regulations. This position functions as Deputy Commissioner to the Commissioner, responsible for carrying out assignments of extreme sensitivity in all areas of the Department's operations and develops and implements policies used in the enforcement of insurance and securities laws of the District of Columbia and the licensing of insurance companies, agents, solicitors, brokers, securities dealers, investment advisors and agents. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$115,928- $173,891||Open to the Public||December 28, 2016|
|General Counsel||JO-1612-7311||This position is located in the Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking (DISB). The Supervisory Attorney Advisor is the principal staff legal assistant to the Commissioner of DISB with responsibility for providing direction to all legal activities as it relates to the authorities and functions of the DISB. To view, the full job description, follow this link.||$120,560 -$182,196||Open to the Public||December 20, 2016|
|Insurance Examiner||JO-1611-7249||The position is located in the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking, Insurance Bureau, Insurance Products Division, Forms and Policy Analysis Branch. The Forms Analysis Branch is responsible for analyzing, approving and disapproving policy form contractual provisions, required District and Federal mandates and adhering to departmental bulletins pertaining to all lines of insurance; performing technical staff work necessary to administer the laws and regulations governing policy form approval for Life and Annuities, Accident and Health and Property and Casualty insurance; analyzing language specifications in policies, amendments endorsements, applications etc. To view the full job description, follow this link.||$87,657 - $112,956||Open to the Public||December 3, 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 [email protected]
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.