Resources for Those Seeking Government Finance & Accounting Jobs  

 

 

·  Congressional Budget Office

·  Export-Import Bank of the United States

·  Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

·  Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (USA Jobs + info)

·  Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (a.k.a. "Freddie Mac")

·  Federal National Mortgage Association (a.k.a. "Fannie Mae")

·  Federal Reserve Banks

·  Federal Trade Commission (FTC)  

·  General Accounting Office (GAO)  http://www.gao.gov/careers/career.html

·  General Services Administration (GSA)

·  Government Printing Office (GPO)

·  Intelligence Community - includes the FBI, CIA, and other Federal Intelligence groups

·  Library of Congress - jobs, internships, fellowships, and volunteer opportunities

·  National Archives - jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities

·  National Credit Union Administration

·  Office of Management and Budget (OMB)

·  Social Security Administration (SSA)

·  U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

·  U.S. Courts

·   U.S. Department of Commerce

·  U.S. Department of Defense (both military and civilian jobs):

·  U.S. Department of Education - the EDHIRES system

·  U.S. Department of Energy - openings include mathematicians, economists, and engineers

·  U.S. Department of Homeland Security

·  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

·  U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)  

·  U.S. Department of the Interior

·  U.S. Department of Justice 

·  U.S. Department of Labor

·  U.S. Department of State 

·  U.S. Department of the Treasury 

·  U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

·  U.S. House of Representatives

·  U.S. Intelligence Community 

·  U. S. Postal Service

·  U.S. Public Health Service - student training and extern program

·  U.S. Senate

·  United States Supreme Court

·  The Whitehouse

 

http://www.publicservicecareers.org/?pageid=503

 

http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/

 

http://www.recovery.gov/Opportunities/Pages/Jobs.aspx

http://www.recovery.gov/Opportunities/Pages/JobSitesByState.aspx

 

The following are examples of types of Wealth Managers and Financial Planners

  • Portfolio managers supervise a team of analysts and select the mix of products, industries, and regions for their company’s investment portfolio. These managers not only are responsible for the overall portfolio but also are expected to explain investment decisions and strategies in meetings with investors.
  • Fund managers work exclusively with hedge funds or mutual funds. Both fund and portfolio managers frequently make split-second buy or sell decisions in reaction to quickly changing market conditions.
  • Ratings analysts evaluate the ability of companies or governments to pay their debts, including bonds. On the basis of their evaluation, a management team rates the risk of a company or government not being able to repay its bonds.
  • Risk analysts evaluate the risk in investment decisions and determine how to manage unpredictability and limit potential losses. This job is carried out by making investment decisions such as selecting dissimilar stocks or having a combination of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds in a portfolio.
  • The following are examples of types of accountants:
  • Public accountants do a broad range of accounting, auditing, tax, and consulting tasks. Their clients include corporations, governments, and individuals.
  • They work with financial documents that clients are required by law to disclose. These include tax forms and balance sheet statements that corporations must provide potential investors. For example, some public accountants concentrate on tax matters, advising corporations about the tax advantages of certain business decisions or preparing individual income tax returns.
  • Management accountants, also called cost, managerial, industrial, corporate, or private accountants, record and analyze the financial information of the organizations for which they work.
  • Government accountants maintain and examine the records of government agencies and audit private businesses and individuals whose activities are subject to government regulations or taxation.
  • Internal auditors check for mismanagement of an organization’s funds. They identify ways to improve the processes for finding and eliminating waste and fraud.

 

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