At the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, our work engages the talents of bright, dedicated and driven people throughout our organization. Whatever your role at the St. Louis Fed, you will be playing an important part in advancing monetary policy that is central to America's economy.
We offer a wealth of career opportunities throughout our Audit department and six divisions, including:
Through various departments, Administration protects Fed buildings and employees, takes physical care of the buildings, facilitates internal and external events, performs printing and mailing services, oversees employee hiring and benefits, and manages the Bank's information technology. Administration also handles corporate accounting, depository institution services and procurement for the Bank. Payments provides currency and coin handling services for the Eighth District and beyond, and also checks currency for fit status, destroys notes that can no longer be circulated and reports counterfeit money to the U.S. Secret Service.
The Legal department provides legal advice and training to the management of the Bank, provides ethics advice and training to all staff, identifies and implements methods to mitigate legal risks, analyzes proposed legislation of interest to the Bank, assists the Bank in complying with applicable laws, and supports the Board of Directors and its committees.
Public Affairs is responsible for establishing and implementing the Bank's internal and external communications strategy through web sites, publications, multimedia, government affairs programs and more.
While striving to be an internationally recognized leader in economic research, the Research division:
The St. Louis Fed oversees all financial services the Fed System provides to the U.S. Treasury. The Treasury Division also develops applications, operates a call center, and supports cash management activities for the U.S. Treasury.
Though the St. Louis Fed works closely with banks and the banking system, much of what we do requires professionals with skills that aren't specifically related to banking. IT professionals, instructional technologists, graphic designers, project managers and procurement specialists are as much at home at the St. Louis Fed as bank examiners, economists, auditors, accountants and analysts.
Such a large organization requires a significant support staff, and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis depends upon the unique talents and skills of every member of our team to keep operations running smoothly. No matter what your area of interest, we have a place for you.
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