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USMC03  
#81 Posted : Friday, September 13, 2019 11:58:37 AM(UTC)
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I will just thought maybe you guys would have an idea I don’t wanna go in there sounding stupid.

My questions are

How Often do we examine credit unions a month?
How long are the audits?
What’s many hours are we given to complete them?
Whats the area covered?
Do we get to schedule the audits ourselves or are being told when/where.
I was told 100 nights out of the year we will be away from home what are we doing the remaining 265 nights? Are we working from home? Auditing? Prepping? Case research?
Do you get to come home every night?

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I don't think anyone here will be able to answer your questions with any certainty. That said, here's my shot:

Q. How Often do we examine credit unions a month?
A. That likely varies from month to month, but conducting examinations is the job, so examination-related work should be the vast majority of your time.

Q. How long are the audits?
A. The time it takes to conduct an examination varies depending on the size and complexity of the institution involved.

Q. What’s many hours are we given to complete them?
A. The time it takes to conduct an examination varies depending on the size and complexity of the institution involved, but the agency will likely have targets for exam hours. Only someone who has worked at the NCUA can probably answer this.

Q. Whats the area covered?
A. That will likely depend on the region in which an examiner works.

Q. Do we get to schedule the audits ourselves or are being told when/where.
A. I have never heard of entry-level examiners setting their own exam schedules. Generally, they work as part of a team and, from what I have seen, the supervisors set the exam schedules.

Q. I was told 100 nights out of the year we will be away from home what are we doing the remaining 265 nights? Are we working from home? Auditing? Prepping? Case research? Do you get to come home every night?
A. Well, technically that should apply only to work/travel days, of which there are only about 260 during work year. The 100 days would be in travel status and other 160 days would be any number of other things, e.g., teleworking, office work, leave, training, etc.


Well that answers it! 160 days working from home? That would be awesome but I doubt it

USMC03  
#82 Posted : Monday, September 23, 2019 11:27:54 AM(UTC)
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I was offered the position



I am no longer in the run

Good luck to you all I have turned it down..
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#83 Posted : Monday, September 23, 2019 3:17:25 PM(UTC)
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I noticed a new batch of postings as of 9/20 on USA Jobs for Credit Union Examiners in multiple regions.
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