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How to Apply for Research Assistant Positions in the Economic Research Divisions

Although applications are accepted throughout the year, most positions are filled during two main recruitment cycles. Completed application submission deadlines are as follows:

  • Fall: September 30 (interviews held in October)
  • Spring: January 31 (interviews beginning in March)
  • Candidates not selected during the fall recruitment cycle will automatically be considered during the spring. Positions for successful candidates in both the fall and spring recruiting cycles will typically be available during the summer months.

    Citizenship Requirements

    U.S. citizenship is required for Research Assistant positions.

    Application Instructions

    We request that candidates complete the EEO Voluntary Self-Identification form. Any information voluntarily provided is confidential and will not be considered in making any employment decision. Choosing not to complete the form will not affect your being considered for employment.

    Send the following materials by e-mail to Applications will be circulated to all the economic research divisions.

    1. Cover letter
    2. Resumé
    3. Unofficial Transcript. If you have attended more than one college or university, submit transcripts from each school. If you are selected for an interview, official transcripts will be requested.
    4. Two letters of recommendation. Both letters must be written by college professors. Arrange for all letters to be sent via e-mail.
    5. Candidate Survey of Interests Form

    Note that all of the information requested above, including recommendation letters, must be received before your application will be considered.

    Edwin Roan
    Bob Burian
    Dustin Rawlins
    Division of Monetary Affairs
    (202) 912-4600

    Angela Fuller
    Jessica Wirth
    Division of International Finance
    (202) 872-4912
    Rebecca Young
    Division of Financial Stability
    (202) 452-3252

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