FDIC seeks head of enterprise technology branch

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is looking for a deputy director to head its enterprise technology branch. The job pays between $183,805 and $250,000 per year and is open for applications until October 17.

From the posting:

  • Develop, direct, and manage an FDIC Enterprise Architecture (EA) that provides strategic direction and coordination for business processes, data, applications, and technical infrastructure, thereby allowing for a streamlined IT environment that is technically advanced and cost effective within a consistent and responsive enterprise framework.
  • Oversee the Enterprise Architecture (EA) efforts and define the technologies necessary to support the business operations and the transitional processes necessary for implementing new technologies in response to the changing business needs within the FDIC. These efforts will provide a sound foundation to support the capital planning and investment management process.
  • Oversee an EA repository that mirrors the “as-is” state of the IT environment and allows the EA clients to model efficient and effective “to-be” processes and procedures.
  • Oversee Enterprise Information Management and Business Intelligence programs.  These programs provide customers with the acquisition, management, and analysis of data acquired from internal and external sources.
  • Administer the Corporation’s data administration program and coordinates efforts with the varied corporate communities involved in data sharing.
  • Oversee the development, direction, and ongoing update of the FDIC IT Strategic Plan and an annual tactical plan that lays the foundation for building the future IT environment and ensures efforts are coordinated with FDIC’s business plans.  Effectively provide the necessary focus to meet present and future overall corporate needs.
  • Formulate new IT management standards, rules, regulations, and procedures. Interpret existing policies, define objectives, and make authoritative decisions which establish precedents and/or resolve technical or procedural problems related to the IT architecture in nature.
  • Review and evaluate studies, reports and proposals regarding DIT operations prepared by specialists, other agency personnel, other Federal agencies and from the private sector to devise IT performance measurement mechanisms that evaluate success of corporate IT programs.  Provide analysis and insight into how results can be improved, costs can be reduced, and client satisfaction can be increased.
  • Analyze technology and industry directions to identify opportunities for technical innovation and FDIC IT program improvement. Analyze long range trends and FDIC needs for enterprise technology services. Develop and modify forecasts of future requirements.
  • Provide overall direction to subordinate managers and defines objectives for enterprise technology functions and services. Evaluate program effectiveness to ensure efficient accomplishment of objectives, avoidance of duplicative efforts, increase customer satisfaction, and establish successful interaction with other organizational elements of the FDIC.
  • Lead and/or key member of the corporate Capital Investment Review Committee (CIRC), Enterprise Architecture, Technical Analysis, and Technical Review Committees, providing architectural guidance and advice where appropriate.
  • Represent the CIO and DIT in meetings with senior staff of other FDIC organizational components, officials of other Federal agencies, and private industry. The incumbent articulates FDIC IT strategies, policies and procedures, and gains the acceptance and cooperation of top policy-making officials within and outside of the agency.
  • Support the accomplishment of corporate and division/office goals.
  • Establish a comprehensive set of meaningful performance metrics for the Branch.

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