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    This position is located in the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO).

    The OCIO is responsible for enabling the Department’s urgent missions in energy, science, and nuclear security through the power of information and technology by leading the Department’s cyber coordination efforts across the extended DOE enterprise, increasing transparency and enhance collaboration on cyber programs, investments, and incident responses, and providing information technology services to customers to support mission applications and operational requirements.

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    The Deputy Chief Information Officer for Enterprise Operations and Shared Services is a Senior Executive Service position within the Department of Energy (DOE) responsible for the operational management and oversight of essential, mission-critical cyber and enterprise information resources management services to include, but not limited to: Department-wide local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and metropolitan area network (MAN) backbone infrastructures; Department-wide e-mail architecture, directory services, and Internet mail standards; Department-wide site cyber security perimeter protection capabilities (e.g., firewall, intrusion detection, e-mail security, virus protection and other technologies); and enterprise configuration management and change control board functions, as well as the Departmental corporate wide area network (DOENet). Responsibilities include the following:

    • Leads the strategic direction and maintenance of enterprise information resources management operations to include, but not limited to: migration of existing networks, implementation of cloud-first commercially provisioned services, continuity of operations, disaster recovery, and management of the DOE Headquarters site telecommunications network and cyber programs.

    • Directs and oversees customer service of the Department’s infrastructure, including desktop computers for ~10,000 Federal and supporting contractor staff, data centers, network, and telecommunication services, while meeting customers’ diverse requirements and adhering to the Department’s priorities.

    • Establishes and maintains IT infrastructure models that are consistent with enterprise architecture and security policies, evaluates new tools and prototypes, and ensures integration of all new applications deployed over the shared infrastructure.

    • Serves as the principal DOE liaison and representative to the National Communications System and executes programs and procedures pursuant to national directives; and manages the DOE National Security and Emergency Preparedness telecommunications program.

    • Provides and supports secure, national-level decision making communications for the Secretary of Energy, his advisors, and top-level management. Acts on behalf of the Chief Information Officer and Principal Deputy and/or Deputies on technical and management direction of operational services involving Departmental information resources management.

    • Provides expert advice, recommendations, and Department representation in areas of government initiatives, Federal policies, technology assessments, and industry best practices. Maintains relationships with key personnel and officials from inside and outside of government to advance effective implementation of tools and practices for the Department.

    • Builds and maintains a highly motivated, responsive, and proactive workforce possessing required competencies and fosters a diverse and inclusive workplace.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required for this position.

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    Promotion Potential


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    Applications will be accepted from all U.S. citizens.

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