NFA is committed to protecting investors, safeguarding market integrity and ensuring its Members meet their regulatory requirements. With this, NFA believes our employees are our greatest asset. By embracing employees with diverse backgrounds, skills and perspectives, NFA will continue to efficiently and creatively accomplish regulatory goals.
NFA is committed to providing its employees with a work environment that encourages collaboration, efficiency and mutual respect. NFA will provide you the opportunity to pursue excellence at work and in life.
The Compliance Examiner will support NFA's regulatory programs through exams, investigations, and financial surveillance of NFA Members.
The Compliance Intern's main responsibility is to assist the Compliance department with its core functions of examinations, investigations and financial surveillance of NFA Members. The Compliance Intern will attend various internal training classes and assist with other special projects as necessary. The Intern also will interact with the investing public, senior staff and NFA Member firms.
The Applications Developer will participate in the design and implementation of new systems or in the maintenance and enhancement of existing systems. The Applications Developer will also determine user requirements and provide optimal systems solutions.
The Applications Security Specialist will assess new and existing applications and system deployments for vulnerabilities and critical design flaws, while also prioritizing remediation efforts based on risk.
The Project Management Specialist will work with the I.S. Department Project Management team (Directors, Managers and Projects Managers) and Departmental Business Systems Groups to ensure that all aspects of system projects are fully accounted for in their respective project plans.
The Quality Assurance Manager will be responsible for the development, implementation and execution of Quality Assurance (QA) Programs in order to ensure that all software programs and integrated applications meet or exceed minimum organizational standards and end-user requirements.
The Senior PC and Network Analyst (Senior Analyst) will support the Personal Computer (PC) environment in the NFA NY office by installing and maintaining computer hardware and related software.
The Senior Information Security Engineer will implement and monitor a comprehensive set of security controls as a part of NFA's in-depth defense security strategy for the protection of NFA's computer systems, networks and data.
The main purpose of the Quantitative Analyst within the Regulatory Reporting System Management (RRSM) group of the Market Regulation department is to monitor, analyze and troubleshoot matters related to the provisioning, receipt and use of data for market regulation purposes.
The Quantitative Risk Associate will join the Model Team to support NFA's responsibilities in approving swap dealers' (SD) internal capital and margin models. The Quantitative Risk Associate will also provide technical expertise on capital, margin, and other matters relating to quantitative risk management and collateral disputes.
A Compliance Examiner's main responsibility is to support NFA's regulatory programs through examinations, investigations, surveillance, and monitoring of NFA swap dealer (SD) Members. This position may likely involve travel to domestic and foreign SDs.
NFA offers a generous and flexible benefits package that allows employees to balance work and life.
By actively engaging in the development of our employees, NFA has further enhanced our culture and advancement of our employees, which drives our success.
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