USDA seeks supervisory IT specialist

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Services is looking for a supervisory information technology specialist for policy and planning. The job pays between $123,758 and $155,500 per year and is open for applications until October 26.

From the posting:

Plans and directs the activities of the IT Division:

  • Serves as principle advisor to the CIO and other senior NRCS managers on acquisition and management of IT resources.
  • Guides and coordinates NRCS-wide strategic IT planning, compliance with federal mandates, budget formulation and programmatic oversight.

Supervises staff of the IT Division:

  • Establishes an organizational environment that positively influences employees’ ability to deliver high quality products and services.
  • Exercises authority to recommend or take personnel actions regarding selection, promotion, classification, training, discipline, and performance management.
  • Continuously reviews division performance and identifies opportunities for qualitative and quantitative improvement.
  • Manages division resources to maximize the effective and efficient use of funds, equipment, and employee skills.
  • Manages development of policy and guidance for planning and implementing OCIO program requirements and ensures proper alignment with the NRCS strategic plan.
  • Leads ongoing assessment and process improvement initiatives to streamline program operations, reduce processing time, achieve program goals, and manage risk.
  • Serves as an expert advisor on matters pertaining to evaluating and improving the efficiency of internal administrative practices, organization, and management of the Agency elements.

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