<
 
 
 
 
×
>
hide
You are viewing a Web site, archived on 05:45:45 Oct 15, 2004. It is now a Federal record managed by the National Archives and Records Administration.
External links, forms, and search boxes may not function within this collection.

Skip to quick links of this areaSkip to main contentOCC Logo Comptroller of the Currency, Administrator of national Banks

| | | | | |

Careers at the OCC


Search this Site:

Search Tips

What's New
About the OCC
Banker Education
Careers at the OCC
  • Structure and Work
           Environment
  • Bank Examiner Careers
  • Legal Careers-Employment
           Program
  • Careers in Economics
  • Other OCC Careers
  • Current Job Openings
  • Salary and Benefits
  • Diversity
  • EEO Complaint Process
  • Career Training and
           Development
  • Employee Profiles
  • Is the OCC for You?
  • Where We are Located
  • Bank Examiner Co-Op
           Education Program
  • Skip to main content
    Community Affairs
    Corporate Applications
    CRA Information
    Consumer Complaints
    and Assistance
    Electronic Banking
    FOIA
    Issuances
    Legal and Regulatory
    News Releases
    Publications
    Public Information
    Related Sites
    Speeches
    Treasury Homepage
    National BankNet for Chartered National Banks
    FirstGov

    End of Left Navigation links group


    Career Training and Development

    OCC Employees In order to push ahead in such a dynamic financial environment, the OCC must have a team that possesses the latest knowledge and skills. Training and career development are priorities at the OCC, and all employees participate in periodic training classes and/or conferences to keep their knowledge and skills current. Training programs are designed to enhance technical knowledge and develop leadership skills.

    New bank examiners participate in a one-year training program, including classroom training as well as on-the-job experience. As part of this program, new examiners attend several courses designed to introduce them to the life of a bank examiner. Sponsors, who are experienced examiners, help plan and guide the development of new bank examiners during the first year.

    Experienced examiners are also highly encouraged to continue their professional development and to update their technical skills by taking advantage of OCC's external training and education reimbursement programs, including those designed to obtain industry certifications. Go to Top of Page

    OCC Careers Page
    This page may contain PDF documents
    Download Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0

    You are entering an official United States government system, which may be used only for authorized purposes. Unauthorized modification of any information stored on this system may result in criminal prosecution.