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 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 Managing Director helps oversee the Compliance department and will carry out the core functions of NFA's regulatory program in all the major functional areas. The Compliance department's primary focus is customer protection and the safety and soundness of the futures industry.
The Application Administrator will manage the daily routine operations and maintenance of IT software system applications.
The Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Specialist will assist the NFA Disaster Recovery Coordinator in developing, maintaining and implementing NFA's Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) plans according to guidelines, pertinent standards and frameworks, industry best practices and applicable laws and regulations.
The Information Security Compliance Analyst II (ISCA II) is responsible for monitoring, managing and closing existing compliance issues while also ensuring that internal systems are compliant with security standards. In carrying out these function, the ISCA II's includes, but are not limited-to, the identification, evaluation and interpretation of regulatory, statutory and member security requirements, control deficiencies and information security risks. This responsibility includes developing key performance metrics to track and ensure compliance with established policies and standards.
The Information Security Compliance Analyst I (ISCA-I) provides technical and process expertise to ensure that critical IS processes adhere to NFA policies and standards. The ISCA-I assists in the identification of potential risks and the evaluation of control adherence to industry frameworks and regulatory requirements. The ISCA-I also assists in ensuring that the Information Security team responds to audit and regulatory requests in a timely manner.
The 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.
Work with a team that assures the availability and efficient operation of the NFA network and its related computer system software and hardware.
The Senior Applications Developer participates in the design and implementation of new systems or in the maintenance and enhancement of existing systems. The Senior Applications Developer also determines user requirements and provides optimal systems solutions.
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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