The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City will add up to 200 technology jobs at its headquarters in the next three years to assist with services and operations.
An open house Jan. 29 will let job candidates learn about the regional Fed bank’s technology operations. Registration for the event closes Thursday, though attendance is not part of the job application process.
The Kansas City Fed is part of the nation’s Federal Reserve System. It supervises banks, provides financial services to banks and conducts monetary policy in a seven-state area that includes Kansas and the northern part of Missouri.
About 400 of the 1,200 employees at the Kansas City Fed’s headquarters work in technology positions.
The Fed’s technology job openings cover a wide range of skills and experience and include posts in information management, payments, application development and programming.
Those who attend the open house will learn about the Kansas City Fed’s work in solution and data architecture, software engineering, help desk support, user experience and business analysis as well as the Fed’s work in big data, project management and other specialties.
The open house runs from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29 at 1 Memorial Drive in Kansas City, near the Liberty Memorial.