Job Description:Purpose:Responsible for providing credit and collateral risk analysis in support of the Bank’s secured members credit and counterparty-related capital markets activities. This includes monitoring the Bank’s credit risk exposure to the Bank’s portfolio of legal entities, specifically banks (community, regional, large, and international), savings institutions, credit unions (federally and privately insured), insurance companies, community development financial institutions (CDFIs), and housing associates on an ongoing basis.Major Accountabilities:Perform secondary ongoing credit risk analysis (business strategies, financial condition, and exposure to economic/market conditions), which are performed according to the Bank’s review frequency policy, for member/nonmember shareholders and counterparties (capital markets).Leverage data analytics to identify outliers, concentration risk, geographic and economic benchmark performance to support and improve the credit oversight process.Identify credit risk assumed by the Bank for assigned institutions by monitoring relevant market developments, news flow, NRSRO rating changes, as well as the financial condition of each institution and recommended changes in credit rating, exposure limits, and/or collateral status as appropriate.Review the credit underwriting process, including Watchlist/Shortlist candidates on a quarterly basis and recommend actions to management or the Credit Risk Working Group and/or Credit Committee, as appropriate, for institutions in weak financial condition, while emphasizing the Bank’s credit risk exposure to such institutions.Maintain familiarity with capital markets trends, accounting standards, regulations, and general industry and economic conditions to determine their effects on counterparty and member/nonmember financial condition and creditworthiness.Serve as the primary administrator for Bloomberg monitoring for members and counterparties.Assist with internal and external requests for credit and collateral data analysis for members.Ensure that all user guides, training materials and procedures manuals are updated and in compliance with credit and collateral policy.Manage the oversight of mergers, terminations and principal place of business changes for members and special non-members, ensuring all documentation is in compliance with appropriate regulations, policy and procedures.Assist with margin administration and updates to ensure compliance with credit and collateral policy.Direct special projects for the Bank’s management pertaining to member credit, counterparties and, including sector reviews, credit portfolio analysis, or general credit matters.Facilitate and coordinate the annual update of the Collateral Liquidation Plan.Provide ad hoc project management, including, as needed, defining the scope of a project, developing project plans, defining business specifications, performing user testing, evaluating progress, and presenting the final product.Participate in Bank-wide working groups as requested.Perform other duties as required, including data analysis and management reporting using structured query language, PowerPoint presentation, etc.Skills/Knowledge:Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Banking, a related field, or equivalent work experience.Minimum of five years’ experience in financial/credit analysis or capital markets credit. Experience in a highly regulated environment is preferred.Must have thorough knowledge and understanding of the operational aspects of financial institutions, including rating agency and regulatory rating methodology, governing regulations and accounting conventions/requirements.Understand and differentiate between the reporting requirements, regulatory framework, and operating strategies of various types of financial institutions, including savings institutions, commercial banks, thrift and loans, and credit unions.Thorough understanding of the secondary market as it pertains to residential, multifamily, and commercial real estate loans as well as government agency securities.Strong technical ability to develop complex financial spreadsheets, graphics, and other PC applications; data selection and transformation using structured query language (SQL).Prefer experience with Bloomberg, Moody’s CreditLens, and S& P GlobalStrong analytical skills with excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to clearly and concisely express analytical conclusions and recommended actions. Ability to summarize large amounts of both objective and subjective information and to justify recommendations to Bank management.Ability to work effectively with all functional levels within the Bank. Must be detail-oriented and able to manage complex tasks within a tight timeframe.COMPENSATION RANGE: $123,300K $166,800KThe Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce. We value and actively seek to recruit, develop, and retain individuals with varied backgrounds and experiences reflecting the full diversity of the communities that we serve. It is the policy of the Bank to comply with all applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities.