Due to COVID-19 the recruiting process may be delayed. However, Human Resources is accepting and reviewing applications for all open positions.
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NFA is the industrywide, self-regulatory organization for the U.S. derivatives industry. NFA strives every day to safeguard the integrity of the derivatives markets, protect investors and ensure Members meet their regulatory responsibilities.
External Affairs & Communications
The Communications Associate will support NFA's External Affairs & Communications department in developing engaging industry-facing communication and education initiatives as well as facilitating effective, organization-wide internal communication.
The Examinations Manager supports NFA's regulatory programs by monitoring Member activity, including futures commission merchants (FCMs), through examinations, financial analysis, investigations and surveillance.
Compliance Interns will be provided with the opportunity to support NFA's mission of safeguarding the integrity of the derivatives markets, protecting investors and ensuring Members meet their regulatory responsibilities by collaborating with team members within the Futures Compliance department.
The Paralegal will assist the Board and Legal Senior Manager with Executive Committee and Board of Directors duties as needed and provide legal and administrative assistance to attorneys in the General Counsel's office, primarily with their enforcement and registration caseload. The Paralegal will also maintain an assigned caseload of registration cases and perform other duties as needed.
The Director, Diversity and Inclusion will be primarily responsible for leading NFA's Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Program. The Director will assess NFA's current program, and design, implement and manage NFA's future D&I Program initiatives and strategy.
The Cloud Engineer is responsible for administering the design and configuration of Cloud based core services.
The Information Security Analyst I will work with Security to oversee the network and computer security posture for NFA to ensure that business and organization objectives are not adversely impacted by threats and vulnerabilities.
The Information Security Engineer will engineer, implement and monitor a comprehensive set of security controls as a part of NFA's security strategy for the protection of NFA's computer systems, networks and data.
OTC Derivatives Compliance
Location: New York
The Quantitative Associate works in a team of experienced Model Validators to support NFA's responsibilities in approving Member Swap Entities' internal capital and margin models. The Quantitative Associate also provides technical expertise on capital, margin and other matters relating to quantitative risk management and collateral disputes.
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