Website Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Currency Education Program (CEP):

The CEP, part of the Division of Reserve Bank Operations and Payment Systems, supports the Federal Reserve Board in meeting its statutory responsibilities under the Federal Reserve Act to issue notes. The goal of the program is to protect and maintain confidence in Federal Reserve notes. To achieve this goal, the CEP provides information and conducts outreach and training on the design and security features of U.S. currency to a broad range of stakeholders, including consumers, financial institutions, businesses, and the gaming industry. Because U.S. currency circulates broadly around the world, the CEP is necessarily global. Key partners in the CEP’s education efforts include Homeland Security’s United States Secret Service, the State Department and its Embassies and Consulates, the Federal Reserve Banks, and the Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing.


Position Requirements:
A bachelor’s degree in human computer interaction, interaction design, computer science, information systems, marketing, or another related field and a minimum of 2 years of related experience, or a master’s degree in a related field and 1 year of related experience. Must be able to perform basic work in activities involving these competencies, and must be capable of demonstrating them after receiving specific instructions and guidance:

·        Data Collection & Analysis: The ability to collect and analyze quantitative and qualitative data

·        Risk Management: The ability to use risk management principles to evaluate and mitigate potential risks

·        Knowledge of Relevant Policy: The ability to interpret, apply, and recommend changes as needed to policies specific to areas of responsibility

·        Knowledge of Relevant Law and Regulation: The ability to interpret and apply law and regulations related to areas of responsibility; evaluate the impact of changes in law and/or regulations


The analyst will support the U.S. currency program’s public communication and education initiatives for the global public. Responsibilities include:

·        Managing website issue tracking and resolution with a team of contractors,

·        Creating and organizing images and graphics for,

·        Organizing usability studies and analyzing user experience (UX) survey results,

·        Performing basic HTML updates and changes, and

·        Maintaining brand and style consistency across digital platforms

This position requires experience in web content management, graphics creation, and user experience (UX) analysis.

The analyst will use HTML, CSS, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Atlassian Jira, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft OneNote. Experience with a Content Management System, JavaScript, Adobe Premiere Pro, Agile Scrum project management, and multi-lingual content editing are desirable but not required.  Some travel may be required.

A writing sample and design samples may be requested.

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Web Specialist (Financial Institution Policy Analyst) – Currency Education