IT Specialist (Security) CG-2210-13

  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  • Washington, DC, United States
Permanent Government Information Technology Internet-eBusiness

Job Description

IT Specialist (Security)

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Agency contact information

  • 1 vacancy - Washington DC, DC
Work Schedule is Competitive Service, - Permanent, Full-Time

Opened Tuesday 4/25/2017 (3 day(s) ago)

Closes Tuesday 5/9/2017 (11 day(s) away)

  • Salary Range:  $102,209.00 to $170,373.00 / Per Year
  • Series & Grade:  CG-2210-13/13
  • Promotion Potential: 13
  • Supervisory Status:  No

  • Control Number:   468515300
  • Job Announcement Number:   2017-HQD-0839


Provides input on regulatory, privacy, and information policy issues, including dissemination, training, and awareness and evaluates privacy risks, making recommendations to address control weaknesses and consulting with various internal departments in addressing risks.

Serves as information privacy consultant to the various divisions and offices and performs analyses and preparing reports on privacy controls and improvements in response to requests for such information from Congressional, Federal, and Corporation senior staff and from non-governmental sources.

Delivers, and/or ensures the delivery of initial and on-going privacy training and orientation to all employees and maintains knowledge of applicable federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards.  Monitors advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance.

Assists in the development of communication strategies for ensuring employees are aware of the measures being taken to protect information and coordinates and assists in the development of policies and procedures for projects that accurately reflect privacy regulations.

Reviews business objectives, new product development concepts, and marketing initiatives being undertaken by FDIC to determine potential gaps with information and/or privacy policy guidelines.  Conducts privacy assessments of systems and policies in accordance with existing privacy-related government regulations such as the E-Government Act.

Performs monitoring, tracking, and reporting on status and performance results for all FDIC privacy initiatives.  Processes sensitive privacy data loss incidents and assists in the design and implementation of monitoring practices to ensure FDIC is protecting privacy data in compliance with federal regulations and stated FDIC policies, procedures, and practices.

Initiates, organizes, and maintains working relationships required to plan and conduct privacy program assignments and recommends appropriate solutions that develop privacy impact assessments (PIAs).  Supports initial and periodic information privacy risk assessments and related ongoing compliance monitoring activities.


$102,209.00 to $170,373.00 / Per Year

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