Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance

6 job(s) at Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance

Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance Reston, VA, USA
SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Manager, Capital Markets Risk (MCMR) is responsible for managing all aspects of the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance (OF) Dealer Compliance Program, including counterparty credit and financial performance monitoring, and dealer management and relations.  In addition, the MCMR is responsible for the OF’s daily settlement risk exposure reporting and monitoring process, including the annual recalibration of applicable settlement limits, and maintaining awareness of significant capital markets risk issues relevant to the OF, the FHLBank System, and the broader agency debt market. The MCMR is also responsible for helping the OF’s Risk Management organization maintain an effective enterprise risk management (ERM) program, and plays a critical role participating in and supporting key risk initiatives and other activities. These responsibilities include involvement in organization-wide initiatives, remediation of regulatory findings, and preparation and/or review of regular risk reporting as well as executive level reports and Board presentations in coordination with the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) and/or Director, Capital Markets Risk (DCMR). The MCMR works under the supervision of the DCMR. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Manages the established evaluation process for new broker-dealer counterparties, which involves analyzing the prospective firms’ financial information and regulatory examinations exceptions, including reviews of all the documentation supporting each firm’s application.Facilitates the Dealer Evaluation Working Group (DEWG), which meets on a regular basis to review dealers and shares relevant information with the DEWG members and/or Capital Markets Oversite Committee (CMOC).Develops, maintains and updates compliance review programs to ensure conformity with OF, Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLBank) System, Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), SIFMA, and industry standards.Conducts dealer/counterparty reviews to ensure compliance with executed agreements.Facilitates the onboarding of new dealers.Prepares reports, as necessary, for senior management, OF Board Risk committee and the FHFA regarding the OF’s dealer compliance activities, as well as organizational ERM activities.Maintains a relationship with and participates in the FHLBank System Credit Risk Officers Working Group to share information and gain relevant insight.Maintains the debt product underwriting and dealer eligibility matrix (“Tier I/II”) and works with OF Capital Markets to implement changes as necessary to support business and risk needs.Works with OF Legal to ensure appropriate agreements are maintained by all broker-dealer counterparties and direct placement investors.Works with OF Debt Services personnel to support accurate dealer permissioning.Identifies and assesses risks that are specific to agency (or more broadly) fixed income capital markets; particularly risks that have the potential for affecting market access, dealer distribution, funding costs, investor demand, and reputation.Monitors FHLBank and System aggregate daily settlement exposure and identifies and immediately reports any breaches of the applicable triggers and/or thresholds.Works with OF Capital Markets and appropriate counterparts within the FHLBank System to update the settlement risk monitoring framework annually, as prescribed by the program.Assists the CRO and DCMR as necessary in the discharge of risk management and reporting responsibilities.Supports the OF’s diversity and inclusion strategy by following policies and procedures that help create opportunities for diverse business partners (broker-dealers), consistent with OF strategy.Assists with other job duties as assigned, including backing up other business units on critical tasks. PRINCIPAL JOB REQUIREMENTS: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, or relevant work experience.A minimum of seven to ten years of relevant work experience, ideally in institutional financial services such as treasury, corporate finance, or credit risk management. Regulatory compliance, internal audit, and/or accounting experience will also be considered.A Master’s Degree (MBA, MS, or equivalent) and/or professional certification as a CFA, CPA, CTP, and/or Certified Risk Management Professional is preferred.Broad based fixed income capital markets knowledge and experience (e.g. cash and derivative interest rates, U.S. government securities, agency debt, money markets, housing/mortgage finance, counterparty credit risk, trading desk operations, and securities industry regulations, etc.).Strong analytical and reporting skills; experience with Excel, Access, Bloomberg, and business intelligence reporting tools (e.g. Business Objects or Python, etc.) required; financial modeling experience a plus.Problem solving skills and the ability to manage projects/tasks to success.The ability to travel, as needed, to accomplish on-site dealer reviews and other business activities.The ability to work independently; to initiate and complete work assignments effectively and in a timely manner, with minimal supervision.The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.Ability to listen and integrate ideas from diverse groups of individuals, build and maintain respectful relationships, collaborate with others, and resolve conflicts constructively.Proof of eligibility to work in the United States.EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY It is the policy of the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance to ensure equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race (including traits historically associated with race, such as hair texture, hair type and protective hairstyles), color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, or related conditions), national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, uniformed service member status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. It is the OF's policy to comply with applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities, including reasonable accommodation for applicants and employees with disabilities. 
Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance Reston, VA, USA
SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Office of Finance’s (OF) Project Management Office (PMO) provides portfolio governance, program management, project management, and business analysis services.  These services support the most critical issuance, servicing, and financial reporting applications used to deliver the OF’s function as the Federal Home Loan Banks’ (FHLBanks) fiscal agent.  The Senior Business Analyst and Project Manager will serve as a critical role in support of the OF’s function as the FHLBanks’ fiscal agent in the analysis, issuance, and servicing of the FHLBanks’ $600+ billion dollar debt portfolio. The accuracy and the availability of the supporting application systems are critical to the successful operation of the OF. The Senior Business Analyst and Project Manager has the responsibility for ensuring the requirements used to build and maintain mission critical applications and associated infrastructure, as well as the project management applied to the delivery of such applications and associated infrastructure, meet the needs of the OF and contribute to its effectiveness.  The Senior Business Analyst and Project Manager will also support process improvements and core functions of the PMO. The incumbent is expected to have a thorough understanding of business analysis techniques, project management techniques, and possess hands-on experience working in in a regulated environment, performing business analysis and project management.  The Senior Business Analyst and Project Manager will collaborate heavily with all areas of IT (Applications Development, Operations, Networking and Security, Enterprise Architecture) and Business Units (such as Capital Markets, Debt Services, Financial Reporting, Risk Management, and Human Resources).   PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead other Business Analyst and Project Managers and PMO contractors as directed (e.g., conduct application overviews, conduct process overviews, provide peer reviews of project management and business analysis deliverables, and support creation of onboarding materials).Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of mission critical applications of the OF.Propose and design business processes for mission critical applications on behalf of business areas, factoring in current and future business needs, as well as capabilities offered by existing applications across various product lines.Provide timely and accurate estimates to support annual planning and ongoing portfolio runway planning.Gather and document solution requirements that are unambiguous, testable, and traceable.Create and maintain business analysis deliverables such as process maps, user story maps, requirements documents, use cases, GUI prototypes, wire frames, UI specifications.Serve as the primary point of contact for business units, technical team, and external partners such as vendors and FHLBanks from project initiation to delivery.Facilitate project initiation, requirements gathering, planning, execution, requirements support, and closure activities managing dependencies across project tasks and a broad range of stakeholders.Create and maintain project management deliverables including project charter, project schedule, contracts, vendor artifacts, status reports, issues, risks, communication plan, project portfolio data, project KPIs, and cost reports.Maintain alignment of all assigned tasks and documentation with applicable OF policies, procedures, and regulatory expectations.Assist with PMO audits and IT portfolio reporting.Support the OF’s diversity and inclusion strategy by following policies and procedures that ensure opportunities for employees and diverse business partners.  PRINCIPAL JOB REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or related discipline, or related experience.6 years of combined business analysis and project management experience.2 years of experience as a financial analyst, software development architect, technical lead, software developer, or QA analyst.PMP, CSM, or any other BA certification required.Demonstrated skills in waterfall and agile project delivery methods.Experience gathering and writing requirements for mission-critical applications, preferably for debt settlement and servicing, fixed income capital markets, mortgage loan accounting, financial analysis, and risk modeling applications.  Experience managing projects involving software development, infrastructure upgrades, COTS and SaaS implementations with in-house staff and external vendors.Experience managing a large number of concurrent projects in a product-oriented environment.Ability to articulate requirements, issues, and risks verbally and in writing.Proficiency in creation of business analysis and project management deliverables.Ability to gain institutional knowledge quickly and become self-sufficient as an expert user for critical business applications that support debt issuance and servicing.Proficiency in MS Visio, MS Project, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint.Experience working in a DevSecOps environment using portfolio management, requirements management, and application lifecycle management processes and tools.Ability to analyze and solve problems independently, to initiate and complete work assignments effectively with minimal supervision.Ability to listen and integrate ideas from diverse groups of individuals, build and maintain respectful relationships, collaborate with others, and resolve conflicts constructively.Knowledge of fixed income finance and accounting principles, preferred.Proof of eligibility to work in the United States. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY It is the policy of the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance to ensure equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race (including traits historically associated with race, such as hair texture, hair type and protective hairstyles), color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, or related conditions), national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, uniformed service member status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. It is the OF's policy to comply with applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities, including reasonable accommodation for applicants and employees with disabilities. 
Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance Reston, VA, USA
SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Office of Finance’s (OF) Project Management Office (PMO) provides portfolio governance, program management, project management, and business analysis services.  These services support the most critical issuance, servicing, and financial reporting applications used to deliver the OF’s function as the Federal Home Loan Banks’ (FHLBanks) fiscal agent.  The Business Analyst and Project Manager will serve as a critical role in support of the OF’s function as the FHLBanks’ fiscal agent in the analysis, issuance, and servicing of the FHLBanks’ $600+ billion dollar debt portfolio. The accuracy and the availability of the supporting application systems are critical to the successful operation of the OF. The Business Analyst and Project Manager has the responsibility for ensuring the requirements used to build and maintain mission critical applications and associated infrastructure, as well as the project management applied to the delivery of such applications and associated infrastructure, meet the needs of the OF and contribute to its effectiveness.  The Business Analyst and Project Manager will also support process improvements and core functions of the PMO. The incumbent is expected to have a thorough understanding of business analysis techniques, project management techniques, and possess hands-on experience working in in a regulated environment, performing business analysis and project management functions.  The Business Analyst and Project Manager will collaborate heavily with all areas of IT (Applications Development, Operations, Networking and Security, Enterprise Architecture) and Business Units (such as Capital Markets, Debt Services, Financial Reporting, Risk Management, and Human Resources). PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:Gather and document solution requirements that are unambiguous, testable, and traceable.Create and maintain business analysis deliverables such as process maps, user story maps, requirements documents, use cases, GUI prototypes, wire frames, UI specifications.Serve as the primary point of contact for business units, technical team, and external partners such as vendors and FHLBanks from project initiation to delivery.Facilitate project initiation, requirements gathering, planning, execution, requirements support, and closure activities managing dependencies across project tasks and a broad range of stakeholders.Create and maintain project management deliverables including project charter, project schedule, contracts, vendor artifacts, status reports, issues, risks, communication plan, project portfolio data, project KPIs, and cost reports.Maintain alignment of all assigned tasks and documentation with applicable OF policies, procedures, and regulatory expectations.Assist with PMO audits.Support the OF’s diversity and inclusion strategy by following policies and procedures that ensure opportunities for employees and diverse business partners. PRINCIPAL JOB REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or related discipline, or related experience.At least 6 years of experience as a Business Analyst or Systems Analyst or QA Analyst or a Software Developer.At least 2 years of experience as a Project Manager.Ability to articulate requirements, issues, and risks verbally and in writing.Proficiency in creation of business analysis and project management deliverables.Ability to gain institutional knowledge quickly and become self-sufficient as an expert user for critical business applications that support debt issuance and servicing.Proficiency in MS Visio, MS Project, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint.Experience working in a DevSecOps environment using portfolio management, requirements management, and application lifecycle management processes and tools.Ability to analyze and solve problems independently, to initiate and complete work assignments effectively with minimal supervision.Ability to listen and integrate ideas from diverse groups of individuals, build and maintain respectful relationships, collaborate with others, and resolve conflicts constructively.Knowledge of fixed income finance and accounting principles, preferred.Proof of eligibility to work in the United States. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYIt is the policy of the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance to ensure equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race (including traits historically associated with race, such as hair texture, hair type and protective hairstyles), color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, or related conditions), national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, uniformed service member status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. It is the OF's policy to comply with applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities, including reasonable accommodation for applicants and employees with disabilities. 
Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance Reston, VA, USA
SUMMARY OF POSITION The Senior Security Engineer will design, install, configure, and maintain a set of security tools and serve as Subject Matter Expertise (SME) on the security tools he or she is responsible for.  The senior security engineer will design the Enterprise SIEM and build security monitoring use cases to monitor the firm’s security posture.  He or she will perform a key role in triaging security incidents, building run books, building incident response plans and automating security processes. This role will also involve the operations of the firm’s security tools. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIESDesign, install, configure and maintain the operation of a wide range of security tools:  endpoint detection and response, RSA authentication service, SIEM, SOAR, email security, web proxy, etc.  Must be an expert of a few security tools and be familiar with others.Design and fine tune security tools to protect the firm’s security posture.  Evaluate new function releases of responsible platforms and able to operate the platform in optimal state.Gather security requirements and conduct proof-of-concepts to evaluate security vendors.Provide incident response at network, endpoint and applications. Develop security monitoring for applications, endpoints and network.Lead advanced security analytics efforts for continuous monitoring of the technology environments.Drive security automation of repeatable processes, containment & remediation activities and to improve efficiency.Interface with senior stakeholders across the IT leadership team to proactively interpret risks and priorities.Responsible for day-to-day operations to monitor, troubleshoot, and ensure optimum performance of information security infrastructure.Manage relationship with external security vendors, lead vendor assessments, and support incident response and remediation efforts.Support the OF’s diversity and inclusion strategy by following policies and procedures that ensure opportunities for employees and diverse business partners.Assist with other job duties as assigned.  PRINCIPAL JOB REQUIREMENTSExperience (10+ years) in design, implement and operate security tools in highly technical security infrastructure environments, preferably in Financial Services or related verticals with significant Compliance and Regulatory requirementsExperience (10+ years) in developing security monitoring use cases, performing incident responses, and fine tuning security use cases to protect the firm’s assets and operationsHands-on experience with security technologies related to email security, web proxies, SIEM, SOAR, etcHands-on experience in defining SIEM security use cases, fine tuning log data, developing dashboardsExperience with incident response and threat huntingExperience with SOAR and UBA methodologiesEvaluate and recommend new and emerging security products and technologiesTenacious perseverance in investigating problems and processes, firm believer in established methodologies and best practicesExperience in operating on-prem or cloud based security platformsUnderstand how to evaluate various security configurations to maximize protection for the firmExperience with vendor security risk assessment and due diligencePerform daily operational processes for all information security systems and adhere to change control processesParticipating in tier 2 and tier 3 security operations support and in information security incident handling as well as identifying security issues risks and developing mitigation plansSpecialty certifications like CEH, GMON, GSOC, GCIH, GISP are preferredAbility to listen and integrate ideas from diverse groups of individuals, build and maintain respectful relationships, collaborate with others, and resolve conflicts constructivelyProof of eligibility to work in the United States  EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYIt is the policy of the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance to ensure equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, or related conditions), national origin or ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, uniformed service member status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. It is the OF's policy to comply with applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities, including reasonable accommodation for applicants and employees with disabilities. 
Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance Reston, VA, USA
SUMMARY OF POSITION Reporting to the CHRO, the Manager, Corporate Communications supports the external Federal Home Loan Banks (FHLBanks) and internal Office of Finance (OF) communications, and coordinates with the FHLBanks and the Council of FHLBanks for combined communication needs. The Manager, Corporate Communications supports OF efforts to expand funding opportunities and reduce the cost of funds for the FHLBanks through management of investor marketing programs and external communications, including press releases and managing media inquiries. The primary external audience for the OF’s communication is market participants, in particular the Authorized Dealers and investor communities.  The Manager, Corporate Communications also manages internal OF communications by providing direction and support to OF executives, and each OF department, for enterprise-wide initiatives, as well as departmental projects, to meet organizational goals. The Manager, Corporate Communications is responsible for internal communications efforts at the OF for enterprise-wide initiatives, and specifically  supports the communications and reporting needs of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), and Chief Capital Markets Officer (CCMO). The Manager, Corporate Communications will lead or support the internal communications needs of the organization including drafting and reviewing presentations, messages, program materials, and reports for various departments. The Manager, Corporate Communications supports the external communications efforts of the OF, and specifically supports the communications and messaging needs of the CEO, CHRO, and CCMO for non-investor related communications on behalf of the OF, including board materials, Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) outreach, and recruiting.  The Manager, Corporate Communications also manages the content of the OF website and its effectiveness as a communications tool targeted to external audiences. The Manager, Corporate Communications serves as the initial OF contact for the financial press and securities analysts and coordinates the OF response to any inquires or requests for comment. The Manager, Corporate Communications oversees the press release process, creates public statements on behalf of the OF, and coordinates communications strategies with FHLBank Communications Officers and the Council of FHLBanks to ensure that consistent messages reach targeted audiences. The Manager, Corporate Communications may interact with external parties regarding FHLBank and OF news events and must be able to comprehend and handle evolving issues. Primary Responsibilities Develop internal and external communications (presentations, correspondence, reporting, messaging) with the CEO, CHRO, CCMO and other executives including communications to the OF Board.Advise CEO, CHRO, CCMO and other executives and employees on communication strategies and tactics for use with external and internal audiences.Provide communications planning, support, and resources for enterprise-wide initiatives such as D&I Program, employee engagement, Staff Incentive Plan, Information Governance, and Business Continuity.Support Corporate Secretary for OF Board and Committee needs.Act as primary OF liaison for financial press, securities analysts, and investor inquiries via phone or electronic communications.Manage the process for OF press releases, including development and coordination with the FHLBanks’ press releases and coordination and distribution of financial and other disclosures with the FHLBanks.Act as OF liaison with the FHLBank Communications Officers group, including its meetings, conference calls and ad hoc market situations. Coordinate messages and media relationships with FHLBanks and the Council of FHLBanks.Act as administrator and editor of the OF website.Prepare and distribute OF communications and reports to internal and external audiences, such as FHLBanks, OF employees, OF Board, regulators, investors, dealers, and media.Provide direction and support for the communications needs of the organization and various divisions.Provide coaching and mentoring in communications and presentation skills to executives and staff.Support the OF’s D&I strategy by following policies and procedures that ensure opportunities for employees and diverse business partners.Maintain a high level of engagement with each OF department and cross-functional team to better understand the internal communications needs of the organization.Perform other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time.  Principal Job RequirementsBachelor’s degree or related work experience, MBA is preferred.Minimum 5 years of communications experience; financial services or similar industry experience preferred.Demonstrated ability to create and execute timely, high-quality communications strategies for both internal and external organizational needs.Experience applying communications strategies and techniques to business situations.Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to deliver multiple projects with multiple deadlines.Ability to work autonomously, with minimal direction or supervision, as well as part of a team.General understanding of fixed-income markets.General understanding of financial reporting.General understanding of investor relations.Ability to listen and integrate ideas from diverse groups of individuals, build and maintain respectful relationships, collaborate with others, and resolve conflicts constructively.Demonstrated high-level skills with productivity software (e.g., Excel, Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint), communications tools (e.g., Zoom, GoToMeeting, MS Teams) and survey tools.Demonstrated ability to lead without authority and to provide vision and direction to cross-functional teams. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance is committed to equal employment opportunity without regard to race (including traits historically associated with race), color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, or related conditions), national origin or ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, uniformed service member status, military status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, marital status, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
Federal Home Loan Banks - Office of Finance Reston, VA, USA
SUMMARY OF POSITION The Compliance and Vendor Risk Specialist is primarily responsible for providing day-to-day support in compliance and vendor risk management activities at the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance (“OF”). PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIESMonitor regulatory developments, on a regular basis, to determine applicability, compliance requirements and the overall impact on the organization.Support completion of annual compliance review plan, which includes performing gap analyses on the Federal Housing Finance Agency advisory bulletins and other applicable regulatory guidance to evidence the organization’s compliance, identify compliance gaps, and monitor remediation status of the gaps identified.Maintain the compliance module in the Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) tool, including maintaining the compliance inventory and mapping individual compliance requirements to applicable business processes and controls.Maintain effective communications with OF stakeholders to help ensure stakeholder awareness of relevant regulatory developments.Provide guidance to vendor management stewards regarding the organization’s vendor management program.Maintain the vendor risk management tool, including user support, user access management, and monitoring of completion status of vendor due diligence activities.Perform various reconciliations to validate vendor monitoring in the vendor risk management tool.Perform oversight over vendor account activation, update and deactivation activities within the organization’s accounting system.Support oversight of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) program, including maintaining the OFAC screening tool, reviewing daily OFAC screening results and resolving OFAC match alerts received.Support facilitation of compliance, vendor management and OFAC program training for employees.Support preparation of reports to management and the board of directors (or relevant committees).Support the OF’s diversity and inclusion strategy by following policies and procedures that ensure opportunities for employees and diverse business partners.Perform other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time. PRINCIPAL JOB REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree in a related field required.  Advanced degree in a related field and/or relevant professional certifications preferred.A minimum of three to five years of professional work experience in compliance, third party risk management, internal audit or another related field.Experience with regulated financial institutions, experience in preparing workpapers, and working knowledge of vendor risk management, GRC and/or accounting system tools (such as VendorPoint, LogicManager or NetSuite) preferred.Software proficiency: MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint. Excellent writing, research and analytical skills and verbal communications skills.Collaborative style and ability to work in a team environment, adjusting quickly to evolving needs.Good judgment, high level of professional integrity and strong work ethic.Attention to detail and strong organizational and planning skills.Ability to multitask, prioritize and follow through on multiple projects concurrently and to manage projects independently.Ability to listen and integrate ideas from diverse groups of individuals, build and maintain respectful relationships, collaborate with others, and resolve conflicts constructively.Proof of eligibility to work in the United States. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  It is the policy of the Federal Home Loan Banks Office of Finance to ensure equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, or related conditions), national origin or ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, uniformed service member status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a parent, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. It is the OF's policy to comply with applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities, including reasonable accommodation for applicants and employees with disabilities.