The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Management and Policy, Office of the Chief Data Officer is searching for a Deputy Branch Chief for the Data Provisioning and Ad-Hoc Analysis (DPAH) Team, according to a job posting on USAJobs.gov.
The Deputy Branch Chief will lead a team of analysts to provide data extracts and ad-hoc analyses for component requesters, and interfaces with Components to ensure quality and level of service is being met.
According to the posting, the Deputy Director also:
- Works with the Data Provisioning and Ad Hoc Analysis (DPAH) Assistant Director and other Deputy Branch Chiefs to facilitate and manage assignments of data analytic work requested by OIG components and external customers that are performed by DPAH staff to assist these agencies in performing HHS and federal oversight activities.
- Manages the process and staff to assist Regional managers, project leaders and staff in research activities and data analytic needs related to audits, evaluations, and investigations, by determining the application and/or viability of the use of certain HHS program databases, files, and/or computer or other automated techniques in the conduct of specific audits, evaluations, or investigations or other related projects.
- Recommends major programmatic areas for study and specific issues for inclusion in the OIG work plan, based on extensive knowledge of programmatic areas and intimate working knowledge of the appropriate OPDIVs, or by data analytic work that identifies areas of potential vulnerabilities in HHS programs.