In the wake of the sub-prime mortgage crisis, the Office of Thrift Supervision is advertising for 54 Special Assistants to the Ombudsman. The Special Assistants will work to foster cooperation and communication between OTS, the banking industry, the public and special interest groups by assisting OTS managers and staff on customer service issues and OTS regulatory activities. The positions require experience in the financial services industry or federal banking regulation, but not conflict resolution. The Special Assistants will be based in cities across the country and will earn $61,563 to 131,175 per year. (USA Jobs, vacancy no.: 2008-0090.)
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