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  • FSR HPC Spring Internship

    -March Start

    Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is currently seeking fulltime Housing Policy Council (FSR’s housing policy division) interns for Spring 2015 to support the FSR staff and our member companies.

    FSR prides itself on its engaging, educational internship program that exposes our interns to the legislative process, government agencies, and leaders in the financial services industry. As a prestigious and reputable organization, FSR holds our interns to a high standard of quality work products, dedication, and commitment of the highest caliber. While the intern will be hired by the communications department at FSR, the candidate will also receive the added advantage of spending a portion of their time with the Government Affairs department.

    The position is based in Washington, D.C., and candidates are paid an hourly minimum wage.

    We are seeking interns who can work a full 40 hours each week (Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00pm). The hours can be somewhat flexible, as is the exact start and end date of the internship.

    For the spring position, we are looking for a candidate who can begin immediately in March. This position has the option of extending until early August.

    For the summer position, please apply via the summer application on our website.

    In order to be considered for a full-time Housing Policy Council internship, please submit a resume and cover letter.

    Housing Policy Council – This position will play an integral role for the HPC team. With a small department, the candidate will be leaned on heavily for a wide range of tasks including: assistance in preparing and planning for HPC Quarterly Meeting and monthly Advisory Council meetings, schedule appointments on Capitol Hill, attend congressional hearings, draft summaries on congressional hearings and proposed legislation and letters to Capitol Hill, attend Hill meetings with HPC staff, track legislation that is of interest to our members, and collect daily news articles for the team.

    Key Skill requirements/characteristics: Ability to maintain confidentiality of various projects, correspondence and other written or oral items as needed. Knowledge and experience with political process and political persons is important. Excellent oral/written communication skills, adaptability to ever-changing environment, results/outcome oriented, strong time management, analytical, and critical thinking skills are a plus. Proficiency with MS Office applications (including: mail merges, creating calendar events, excel calculations and charts, constructing slide shows) and internet searching is required.

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  • FSR Spring Communications Internship

    -March Start

    Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is currently seeking fulltime Communications interns for Spring 2015 to support the FSR staff and our member companies.

    FSR prides itself on its engaging, educational internship program that exposes our interns to the legislative process, government agencies, and leaders in the financial services industry. As a prestigious and reputable organization, FSR holds our interns to a high standard of quality work products, dedication, and commitment of the highest caliber. While the intern will be hired by the communications department at FSR, the candidate will also receive the added advantage of spending a portion of their time with the Government Affairs department.

    The position is based in Washington, D.C., and candidates are paid an hourly minimum wage.

    We are seeking interns who can work a full 40 hours each week (Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00pm). The hours can be somewhat flexible, as is the exact start and end date of the internship.

    For the spring position, we are looking for a candidate who can begin immediately in March. This position has the option of extending until early August. There is some flexibility with work hours until the end of the school year, but the position can be full time immediately if the candidate is available.

    For the summer position, please apply via the summer application on our website.

    In order to be considered for a full-time Communications internship, please submit a resume and cover letter.

    Communications – This position is responsible with aiding FSR’s Communications department in its effort to sustain a strong digital media presence on multiple social media outlets as well as on its website. In addition, candidates will monitor FSR’s digital media performance through various digital analytics tools. Candidates will be instrumental in producing a wide variety of graphic design products, including agendas, brochures, reports, white papers, infographics and other visual media. Finally, candidates, will be assisting in any other tasks the Communications department needs, including, but not limited to, drafting press releases, participating in FSR off-site events, posting digital media content, distributing press releases and newsletters and conducting research for media appearances.

    Key Skill requirements/characteristics: Currently majoring in communications, journalism, political communications or any related field is a strongly recommended, but not required. Knows design layout and/or school newspaper reporting experience is a plus but not necessary. Having knowledge of the following programs is a major plus, but not a requirement: VOCUS, Microsoft Publisher, InDesign, Aristotle, Campaign Monitor, Meltwater, Google Analytics, TV Eyes, Twitter Counter

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  • 2015 FSR Summer Internships

    Position: FSR interns

    Position Summary:

    Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is currently seeking fulltime interns for Summer 2015 to support the FSR staff and our member companies. FSR prides itself on its engaging, educational internship program that exposes our interns to the legislative process, government agencies, and leaders in the financial services industry. As a prestigious and reputable organization, FSR holds our interns to a high standard of quality work products, dedication, and commitment of the highest caliber. Each intern will be hired by a specific department at FSR, but will also receive the added advantage of spending a portion of their time with the Government Affairs department.

    The position is based in Washington, D.C., and candidates are paid an hourly minimum wage. While we request each intern to work a full 40 hours each week (Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00pm), the length of the internship is somewhat flexible. However, we prefer that candidates be available to start in January and finish in May.

    Below are the descriptions of each department. In order to be considered for a full-time internship, please submit a resume, cover letter and writing sample. In your application materials, please indicate at least 3 departmental preferences from the following:

    BITS (FSR’s technology policy division)
    Communications
    Corporate Social Responsibility
    Government Affairs
    HOPE NOW (a consumer housing alliance)
    Housing Policy Council (FSR’s housing policy division)
    Meeting and Event Management
    Membership Services and Operations

    Should your qualifications and credentials match an open position at FSR, you will be contacted by a staff member. Questions regarding FSR internships or the application process can be directed to info@FSRoundtable.org.

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  • 2015 FSR Summer Law Clerkships

    Position: Regulatory Law Clerk

    Position Summary:

    The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is looking for a law clerk (2nd or 3rd year student or Graduate) for the Summer 2015 or Fall 2015 semesters. In this position, the person will work closely with FSR’s Senior Counsel for Regulatory and Legal Affairs to provide summaries on breaking issues that affect the banking, securities, and insurance sectors of the financial services industry. Additionally, the law clerk will provide research on legal issues relating to various changes facing the industry due to the Dodd-Frank Act and other regulatory proposals. The law clerk may also attend and write summaries on Congressional hearings, Agency Board meetings, or industry meetings on topics of concern to FSR members or provide logistical support for meetings between policy makers and FSR members. Strong writing skills and attention to detail are essential. Experience or studies (classes) in financial services law preferred. The law clerk must attend (or be a graduate of) an ABA-accredited law school and have knowledge related to the Congressional and Regulatory processes. Law clerks will work approximately 20 hours per week. Salary is provided. The position is located in Washington, DC.

    In order to be considered for a clerkship, please submit a résumé, cover letter, and writing sample. Should your qualifications and credentials match an open position at FSR, you will be contacted by a staff member. Questions regarding FSR internships or the application process can be directed to info@FSRoundtable.org.

     

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