Careers at FSOC

The Office of the Financial Stability Oversight Council (Secretariat) at Treasury supports the Council in all of its efforts. This support includes preparing research and analysis at the request of the Council; monitoring risks to U.S. financial stability; coordinating the work of Council committees; supporting Council functions; coordinating the drafting of public reports to be issued by the Council; and managing the Council’s meetings, documents, and records.

The Secretariat serves as a coordinator between the staffs of each Council member and member agency – facilitating interagency collaboration, convening and supporting the Council’s staff-level committees, and working with member and member agency staffs to collectively identify emerging financial stability risks and develop policy responses.

Our team is composed of policy experts, researchers, economists, and operational staff. All positions are located at Treasury’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Current open positions can be found below. Please refer to the USA Jobs postings for specific qualification requirements:

  • Policy Analyst (GS-11/12/13)  
    Policy Analysts are responsible for monitoring developments in financial markets and related regulatory and policy developments to assist the FSOC Secretariat address issues related to U.S. financial stability. The position will involve financial and market analysis, analytical research, and support on briefings for senior members of the government. The ideal candidate should have experience researching and analyzing financial markets and/or financial institutions, and experience with preparing written materials based on such research and analysis.

FSOC Junior Fellowship

The FSOC Junior Fellowship is a selective, fixed two-year program for new college graduates to work at the Secretariat to monitor and promote U.S. financial stability. Junior Fellows gain exposure to multiple policy issues and opportunities to enhance their knowledge and skills. They typically perform tasks such as analyzing domestic economic and financial developments and financial stability risks, examining financial market data, and developing policy recommendations. Junior Fellows also support meetings of the Council and its staff-level committees, including engagement with senior officials at Treasury and the Council member agencies.

The application period for the 2024 class of fellows is now open. Information about future fellowship opportunities can be found here.