The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Department of Program Services (DPS), Judiciary Data & Analysis Office (JDAO) is seeking a Supervisory IT Specialist who will serve as Chief of the Data Management Division, according to a job posting on USAJobs.gov.
The JDAO is responsible for developing an overall strategy for judiciary data, ensuring compliance with data governance across all judiciary data, and providing analysis and reporting to meet statutory requirements.
This position will report to the CDO in the JDAO Data Management Division. This position involves leading enterprise data management initiatives including managing projects, developing, and maintaining technical architecture(s), business intelligence applications, security and access control policies and procedures, and curation and support of other data related products and services.
According to the posting, the Data Management Division Chief will:
- Lead two branches within the Data Management Division – Architecture and Development Branch and Operations and Maintenance Branch. These branches are focused on developing, testing, deploying, supporting a broad range of data-oriented technology initiatives.
- Work collaboratively with the Operations Chief of JDAO to develop, manage, track, and report on large, multi-million-dollar special ad-hoc projects including providing expertise in planning, acquisition, technical requirements, market research, drafting statements of work, cost estimations, proposal evaluations, and monitoring vendor performance.
- Lead and manage JDAO’s modernization efforts by architecting, developing, and maintaining cloud-based data management solutions using cloud native technology stack(s).
- Implement data-sharing, data-access, and data-transformation strategies through data and technology platforms and provide leadership in leveraging structured and unstructured enterprise data to advance data science capabilities of the office.
- Serve as the point of contact to interface with partner offices that provide data to or request/access data from JDAO to better align with the judiciary enterprise data strategy.