Regulatory Licensing and Exam Manager, Lending
Block is one company built from many blocks, all united by the same purpose of economic empowerment. The blocks that form our foundational teams — People, Finance, Counsel, Hardware, Information Security, Platform Infrastructure Engineering, and more — provide support and guidance at the corporate level. They work across business groups and around the globe, spanning time zones and disciplines to develop inclusive People policies, forecast finances, give legal counsel, safeguard systems, nurture new initiatives, and more. Every challenge creates possibilities, and we need different perspectives to see them all. Bring yours to Block.
Are you a one-person center of operational excellence?
Do you have a passion for conceptualizing, implementing and sustaining effective protocols and organizational structures?
Do you have intellectual curiosity and great people skills? This may be the perfect role for you!
Block relies on licenses from state and federal financial regulators throughout the U.S to issue many of our products. The core mission of the Regulatory Licensing and Exam Manager, Lending is to uphold Block's licensing and other regulatory obligations in the lending space, which are important to our success. Chief among the role’s responsibilities are tracking regular license maintenance requirements, timely filing regulatory reports and regulatory submissions and the congenial, management of daily communications with regulators. You will be a project managing champion, partnering with company partners in legal, finance, analytics, product and other teams, to ensure that Block is compliant with applicable requirements while, to the extent possible, streamlining regulatory impact and facilitating innovation. You will be reporting to the Lead Regulatory Licensing and Examination Manager.
- Co-manage a licensing program that fulfills our legal and regulatory responsibilities, while endeavoring to minimize business and product impact
- Execute against lending regulatory reporting requirements by gathering data from multiple and different company partners, harmonizing data and ensuring that all reports are submitted with care and on time
- Manage all assigned licensing requirements, partnering with internal and external stakeholders as necessary
- Manage employee specific licensing registrations on state by state basis for lending operations personnel
- Manage third-party licensing vendors and coordinate work orders
- Daily license maintenance and management of regulatory records
- Support examination preparation and submissions
- Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with internal and external partners and state and federal regulators through among other things, exercising respectfulness and emotional intelligence using clear and effective communication as well as demonstrating sensitivity and timeliness in responding to regulatory requests
- Manage assigned work effectively, with a team-oriented approach
- A BA/BS degree or paralegal experience is a plus
- 4+ years experience in legal, compliance, or regulatory affairs, preferably in the lending space
- Experience with licensing maintenance and management, preferably in lending; NMLS and examination experience a plus
- Familiarity with lending regulations (reviewing and interpreting) and financial services industry best practices
- Have a high attention to detail working in a strict deadline-driven environment
- Experience creating and implementing efficient operational and logistical efficiencies
- Strong organizational, process, and project management skills generally
- The ability to work with team members at all levels, company partners, regulators and other third parties sometimes under pressure, while remaining respectful, proactive, resourceful, and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality
- Strong communication, flexible mindset, critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills, particularly in interpreting and explaining legal and regulatory obligations to regulators and company partners
Block takes a market-based approach to pay, and pay may vary depending on your location. U.S. locations are categorized into one of four zones based on a cost of labor index for that geographic area. The successful candidate’s starting pay will be determined based on job-related skills, experience, qualifications, work location, and market conditions. These ranges may be modified in the future.
Zone A: USD $125,600 - USD $153,600
Zone B: USD $116,800 - USD $142,800
Zone C: USD $110,500 - USD $135,100
Zone D: USD $100,500 - USD $122,900
To find a location’s zone designation, please refer to this resource. If a location of interest is not listed, please speak with a recruiter for additional information.
Full-time employee benefits include the following:
- Healthcare coverage (Medical, Vision and Dental insurance)
- Health Savings Account and Flexible Spending Account
- Retirement Plans including company match
- Employee Stock Purchase Program
- Wellness programs, including access to mental health, 1:1 financial planners, and a monthly wellness allowance
- Paid parental and caregiving leave
- Paid time off (including 12 paid holidays)
- Paid sick leave (1 hour per 26 hours worked (max 80 hours per calendar year to the extent legally permissible) for non-exempt employees and covered by our Flexible Time Off policy for exempt employees)
- Learning and Development resources
- Paid Life insurance, AD&D, and disability benefits
These benefits are further detailed in Block's policies. This role is also eligible to participate in Block's equity plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies, and may be eligible for a sign-on bonus. Sales roles may be eligible to participate in a commission plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies. Pay and benefits are subject to change at any time, consistent with the terms of any applicable compensation or benefit plans.
We’re working to build a more inclusive economy where our customers have equal access to opportunity, and we strive to live by these same values in building our workplace. Block is a proud equal opportunity employer. We work hard to evaluate all employees and job applicants consistently, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, pregnancy, gender expression or identity, sexual orientation, citizenship, or any other legally protected class.
We believe in being fair, and are committed to an inclusive interview experience, including providing reasonable accommodations to disabled applicants throughout the recruitment process. We encourage applicants to share any needed accommodations with their recruiter, who will treat these requests as confidentially as possible. Want to learn more about what we’re doing to build a workplace that is fair and square? Check out our I+D page.
Additionally, we consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment on our team, assessing candidates in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
Block, Inc. (NYSE: SQ) is a global technology company with a focus on financial services. Made up of Square, Cash App, Spiral, TIDAL, and TBD, we build tools to help more people access the economy. Square helps sellers run and grow their businesses with its integrated ecosystem of commerce solutions, business software, and banking services. With Cash App, anyone can easily send, spend, or invest their money in stocks or Bitcoin. Spiral (formerly Square Crypto) builds and funds free, open-source Bitcoin projects. Artists use TIDAL to help them succeed as entrepreneurs and connect more deeply with fans. TBD is building an open developer platform to make it easier to access Bitcoin and other blockchain technologies without having to go through an institution.