“The Supervisory Information Technology Specialist, Assistant Director, Core Infrastructure Services Section position is located in the Chief Information Officer Organization (CIOO), Division of Information Technology (DIT), Infrastructure and Operations Services Branch (IOSB) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D.C.”
- Establish and maintain the Corporation’s core infrastructure, including the current and future state for business performance, technology and security architectures, and gap analysis and migration plans for moving from the current to future state.
- Design, configure and implement a comprehensive technical infrastructure plan for all of the FDIC’s platforms, including Cloud platforms such as Azure, Office 365, On-prem infrastructure such as Wintel Server, Linux, Desktop and Laptop, Web Services, Mainframe, Local and Wide-Area Network, databases, wireless connectivity, remote access, centralized storage and backup and disaster recovery.
- Develop and determine the overall objectives for Core Infrastructure Services Section (CISS). Initiate major projects needed to meet objectives and coordinates with Infrastructure and Operations Services Branch (IOSB) product service lines to facilitate business process improvements and automation to improve service delivery.
- Coordinate with IOSB product service lines to facilitate business process improvements and automation to improve service delivery.
- Direct daily operations of the Core Infrastructure Services Section and establish priorities and assign resources to program areas based on Corporate requirements and needs.
- Direct staff on highly technical design and implementation aspects of modern infrastructure monitoring and integration.
- Develop or provide input to planning, budget, security, configuration, and problem management processes related to core infrastructure services activities.
- Supervise and direct the work of subordinate staff, to include time and attendance. Evaluate and provide feedback to employees regarding work performance and conduct. Identify staff training and developmental needs. Support EEO and diversity principles by promoting a work environment free of discrimination and harassment; take action to achieve diversity throughout the organization; and suppor activities related to corporate diversity and inclusion plans.
- Ensure proper control mechanisms are in place to maximize resources, effectively partner with Divisions/Offices, achieve commitment from business lines and support the advancement of all FDIC business lines.
- Prepare and present briefings to senior management officials on complex and controversial issues in addition to communicating complex technical issues to both technical and non-technical personnel.