Senior IT Specialist (Sr. Enterprise Architect), CG-2210-15 (Permanent)
Chief Information Officer Organization
Office of Chief Information Officer
Duty Location: Washington, DC
Number of Vacancies: 1 (One)
Open Period: 09/13/2018 – 10/01/2018
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: Open to All US. Citizens.
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: Applicants with status (i.e., current permanent Federal employees in the competitive service and former Federal employees with reinstatement eligibility); those eligible for appointment under special hiring authorities; and veterans eligible for a VEOA appointment.
- Ensures an enterprise approach is taken in defining architecture and relevant IT strategies that enables the CIO Organization (CIOO) to become more agile, innovative, and responsive to business needs.
- Identifies material gaps between the current and target architecture, and works collectively with management and staff to develop plans and investment cases designed to accelerate transition to target architecture state and simplify the technology landscape.
- Supports the integration of architectures (IT and security) into a holistic view of the enterprise target architecture.
- Contributes to defining the core set of enterprise digital platforms to be used in transformation of the IT portfolio to modernize and integrate solutions that are responsive to meeting business needs and objectives.
- Leads development of strategies and transformation plans, collaborating cross-functionally, to introduce, establish, and use new/ innovative enterprise digital platforms to ensure IT capabilities are responsive to business needs as well as supportable.
- Leads integrated project teams (IPTs) to analyze business and technology trends and strategies to ensure enterprise architecture remains relevant to business needs strategic initiatives; and address material gaps in the target architecture.
- Prepares and presents briefings to senior leadership on issues and communicates functional and technical requirements, issues, and problems to both technical and non-technical personnel in ways that are appropriate to the audience.