THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE SECRETARY’S OFFICE
The Corporate Secretary’s Office:
To achieve our mission of fostering financial stability, the Corporate Secretary's Office (CSO) promotes strong corporate governance and manages the operations associated with the Bank’s Board of Directors, its' committees (Board), and Bank Advisory Councils. The CSO coordinates with multiple internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the important work of the Bank is effectively completed.
The new Assistant Vice President of the Corporate Secretary’s Office will provide leadership and work closely with the Corporate Secretary and the Board of Directors to plan and manage events and activities that ensure Director engagement and successful performance of their governance responsibilities. The role will also be actively engaged in Board development and succession planning.
As the Assistant Vice President of the Corporate Secretary’s Office will help build a culture of high performance and inspire a team of diverse and highly engaged “superb talent” through leading people practices. You will ensure there is alignment to the vision and priorities of the organization at all levels of your team. You will lead by example as a coach; identify and grow organizational capability and the talent pipeline for the success of the Federal Reserve Bank Dallas today and in the future.
As the Assistant Vice President of the Corporate Secretary’s Office you will ensure the leadership and the practices of your team sustain and enhance the Bank’s reputation as a trusted public and financial institution. You will establish relationships with external partners and team members at all levels in the communities we serve, in the Bank and across the Federal Reserve System.
Be a leader within the Bank in vision, presence, and citizenship.
Have an enterprise mindset. Ensure solutions are focused on the success of the Bank and Federal Reserve System.
Build connections with the Board of Directors, prospective Board members, other Reserve Banks, and the Federal Reserve Board to increase the Bank’s thought leadership within the Federal Reserve System.
Maintain leading performance metrics including cost and productivity, proper risk management, and other measurements. Ensure effective knowledge management and distribution of data.
Attract, Develop and Retain Superb Talent
Seek, secure, and develop the best talent available.
Take a leading role in the Bank’s diversity agenda and hold yourself and others accountable for creating an inclusive workplace.
Mentor and support staff to develop future leaders.
Primary Management Responsibilities
Ensures the efficient functioning of the Office of the Corporate Secretary. This position is responsible for coordinating activities relating to the Board of Directors and its interaction with senior management.
Manages preparations for and execution of all main office board of directors’ meetings, committee meetings and events.
Develops annual director orientation program, coordinates with senior leaders to create orientation materials and submits for approval by corporate secretary. Schedules orientation sessions and delivers presentations.
Manages the District director election and appointment processes.
Engages in Board Development activities including the director selection and nomination process and succession planning.
Ensures adherence to Federal Reserve Act and Board of Governors' regulations and policies concerning director eligibility and governance matters.
Ensures timely preparation of minutes of Board, committee and council meetings.
Updates Charters and Policies for all entities and ensures that charters, policies and meeting minutes are posted to the Internet/Intranet sites in a timely manner.
Analyzes budget estimates and projections, monitors department expenditures to ensure they are appropriate and within budget.
Collaborates with branch management and attends branch board meetings to ensure a consistent experience for all directors.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum five-seven years' experience in corporate governance, legal, or compliance.
Expert knowledge regarding the roles and responsibilities of directors as well as board and committee processes.
Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in business, public administration or other related field required. Master’s or Law degree preferred.
Minimum five years’ experience leading employees.
Expert verbal and written communication skills, including advanced attention to detail?building skills. Lead with integrity, demonstrating honesty and respect.
Deep interest in public service and commitment to the mission of the Federal Reserve System.
Proven ability to work collaboratively in teams; strong interpersonal and relationship.
Industry experience in a regulated institution preferred.
We offer a great compensation package and benefits including:
Health, dental and vision insurance.
Pension and 401K Plan with employer matching provision.
Credit protection, financial planning, and opportunities for pretax savings.
Flexible Work Environment with vacation, federal holidays and paid time off to volunteer in the community.
Healthy lifestyle assistance through an on-site fitness center and subsidized cafeteria with healthy food options.
Centrally located in downtown area with free on-site parking and public transportation subsidy.
Support with continued education.
This role allows for the employee to work in a hybrid manner with some work conducted onsite at the Federal Reserve work location and some work conducted remotely. For this specific role, some travel is required. Specific schedule details will be discussed during the recruitment process.
Are you ready to make a difference?
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer that believes in the diversity of our people, ideas and experiences, and we are committed to building an inclusive culture that represents the communities we serve.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas (Dallas Fed) promotes a strong financial system and healthy economy in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District, which includes Texas, northern Louisiana, and southern New Mexico. Through our offices in Dallas, El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, and our team of 1300 employees, we work for and with the people of our district to build a strong and inclusive economy. The Dallas Fed works within the Federal Reserve System and with other public and private sector institutions to foster the safety, soundness and vitality of the United States economy and financial system.
We are one of 12 Reserve Banks that, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., constitute the nation’s central bank. We are part of the Federal Reserve System, which was established by Congress in 1913. Our mission is to serve the interests of the American public by informing and influencing our nation’s monetary policy, fostering financial stability and delivering quality services to the United States government and the financial institutions in our region. Although established by Congress we are independent of government.
The Dallas Fed’s... responsibilities are wide-ranging. We actively work with government, the financial industry and community to conduct economic research and gather perspectives from our region to bring to national conversations about monetary policy; ensure our banking system is safe, accessible and secure; help maintain a reliable supply of cash and support digital payment; and ensure that all people in our district have opportunities to build a bright economic future. Our success depends on actively connecting with the people and communities we serve.