CFPB Now Hiring

Posted on January 26, 2012 by

Want a high-paying job fighting mortgage bankers and credit card companies?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau [CFPB] may just what you’re looking for.

The start-up federal agency is up and running with its new director – Rich Cordray – firmly in charge.

The former Ohio Attorney General recently received a one-year recess appointment from President Obama in the face of near-unanimous opposition by senate republicans.

Cordray is working fast to put together a team of talented and dedicated bureaucrats to enforce the “Dodd – Frank” bank reform.  He’d better hurry.  If elected, Mitt or Newt will waste no time in shutting down the CFPB (once they dismantle the dreaded “Obamacare.”)

In the meantime, many of the top tier jobs for investigators, auditors and managers are paying six-figures, some as high as $230,000 a year.  And you won’t even have to move to D.C. (The bureau’s western region will be headquartered in San Francisco).

So here’s your chance to stick it to those financial elites who nearly single-handedly destroyed global capitalism.

And – at the same time – earn a well-deserved weekly paycheck.

Comments (2)

 

  1. Shelley Texley says:

    I am a Licensed California Realtor for the past 10 years including owing my own Real Estate Company in that time. I have just moved back to my hometown to Bend Oregon and I am currently working on my Principle Broker’s License here. Would like more information on job and qualifications, I am considering applying. Thank you, Shelley Texley
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