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Fannie Mae Jobs & Careers in Washington, DC


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30+ days ago

Director, Client Engagement

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Manage, influence and cultivate Business and O T relationshipImprove and simplify interactions between the Business and O TWork closely with the… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Operating Plan Program Manager

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Operate with considerable latitude in cross-functionally engaging project teams and stakeholders in order to advance multiple, major corporate… Ivy Exec


6 days ago

Business Architect

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Assess and document high level existing business processes and functional needs across the enterprise. Work with the customers and other enterprise… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Manager Data Management

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Directly responsible for implementing various facets of the enterprise data management program. Collaborate with our business and technology… Ivy Exec


12 days ago

Director, Technology

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Plans, directs and manages one or more major functions and/or programs within the technology organization to ensure its effective operation in line… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Corporate Security & Resiliency

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Operate with considerable latitude and use innovative and proven industry expertise in performing highly complex duties related to leading the… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Non-Technical Project Manager

Fannie Mae Washington, DC +2 locations

Operate with considerable latitude in performing highly complex duties related to overseeing and managing the operational aspects of one or more… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Capital Markets Business Initiatives Non-Technical Project Manager

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Operate with considerable latitude in performing highly complex duties related to overseeing and managing the operational aspects of one or more… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Real Estate Asset Management

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

Support Real Estate Asset Managers in transactions pertaining to the debt or equity investments for which they manage. KEY JOB FUNCTIONSMonitor… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Analyst - Capital Markets Risk

Fannie Mae Washington, DC

This position reports directly to a Director in the Capital Markets Risk Management group. Capital Markets Risk Management is responsible for… Ivy Exec


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    Current Employee - Financial Analyst in Washington, DC (US)
    Current Employee - Financial Analyst in Washington, DC (US)

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    Pros

    Depending on the team, Fannie jobs are typically 9-5. The work isn't very difficult and there are very few people from first tier universities, so it's not hard to compete on an intellectual level. Plus, people are constantly switching jobs so if you dislike your team, you can easily switch. There are no real jobs at Fannie, just fake titles and endless shifting of employees to various positions to work on projects without clear deadlines so if you want an environment where you can do very little and keep a job, Fannie is the place to be.

    Cons

    Fannie is owned by the tax-payer but inappropriately hires a lot of foreign workers, particularly Asians. They do not assimilate, do not speak English at above a fourth grade level and are very adversarial. There is no real mortgage market in China. The government owns all land and property so it is ironic we hire them here. Most of the work at Fannie is data crunching, but there is no reason an Indian or Chinese over an American should be performing this role. But veryone has to be politically correct at Fannie so there is little resistance to their abuse of foreign worker hiring. I believe the ratio of citizens to non-citizens at Fannie is 50-50. Fannie also has very outdated technology infrastructure.

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