“This position is located in the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management (OASAM), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), Directorate of Business Application Services (BAS), Benefits and Payments Division.”
The incumbent serves as the Director of Application Development, Enforcement, Benefits and Payments and is responsible for the planning, directing, budgeting, and implementation of financial benefits-focused IT systems, projects, and programs for the Department’s enforcement, benefits and payments agencies. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Leads and participates in the formulation of strategies, techniques, and short and long-range plans in efforts to improve existing financial benefits-focused IT systems.
- Assesses overall division effectiveness, efficiency and productivity, directs changes to improve results, and resolves policy and technical issues referred by staff for executive-level attention.
- Serves as a key advisor and advocates for the division and its customers in order to rally momentum among the many stakeholders in order to achieve mission needs.
- Exercises important policymaking authority for the division and manages the full range of activities, functions, projects and programs in the areas of IT systems development, modification, migration and decommissioning.
- Maintains an awareness of policy and guidance emanating from higher echelons and exercises sound technical judgment in developing, revising, and disseminating policies and procedures, accordingly.
- Collaborates with the Department’s enforcement, benefits and payments agencies in the effective distribution of authorized benefits under several substantial programs (totaling over $150m and approximately $200m respectively) and oversees IT programs and projects that facilitate the tracking and accountability for those funds.”
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