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    This position is located in the FDIC Tech Lab (FDiTech) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D.C. The CINO leads FDiTech and serves as the principal advisor to the Chairman, the Board of Directors, Deputy to the Chairman, Division/Office Directors and other FDIC executive leadership on issues, proposals, and other matters within the scope of the FDiTech mission.

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    • • In serving as the FDIC technological innovation and transformation POC for banks, non-banks, and other outside entities, including U.S. and international supervisors, the CINO manages, facilitates, coordinates, and integrates responses to internal and external inquiries within the scope of the FDiTech mission. Identifies appropriate stakeholders and ensures responses reflect their insight and collaboration. Coordinates within FDIC on innovation and transformation requests and inquiries within the scope of the FDiTech mission. Provides vision and perspective to ensure consistency and full understanding of the strategic implications, risks, and benefits of technological innovation within the financial services sector, particularly FDIC-insured and -supervised institutions.

      • Within the scope of the FDiTech mission, the CINO will facilitate the transformation process by partnering with other FDIC Divisions/Offices, the Chief Information Officer Organization, and the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer to strategically address challenges through the adoption of innovative technologies. Creates an environment that fosters and enables technological innovation and transformation within the FDIC, by building partnerships and serving as a change agent.

      • Facilitates and coordinates agency communication regarding risks and opportunities related to technological innovation and transformation within the scope of the FDiTech mission. Directs and facilitates discussions to address the evolving financial services technology landscape, and recommends appropriate actions by the FDIC, consistent with sound risk management, fair access to financial services, and fair treatment of consumers in accordance with consumer protection requirements.

      • Develops and executes a technological innovation and transformation outreach and technical assistance strategy for banks, non-banks, and community and consumer groups. Coordinates with the Office of Communications to ensure the outreach strategy includes all impacted stakeholders, using a wide variety of channels.

      • Facilitates understanding and communication with non-banks on the FDIC’s regulatory and operational expectations and partnerships within the scope of the FDiTech mission. Directs the development of the FDIC’s external FDiTech webpage and other appropriate technology-based communication methods. Ensures that all outreach and communication efforts support the Chairman’s priorities for increasing knowledge, developing consistent approaches, and communicating clearly within the financial services sector.

      • Collaborates with appropriate FDIC officials on innovation and transformation awareness and training efforts within the scope of the FDiTech mission, and ensures adequate evaluation and supervision of new technology-based financial products, services and processes by FDIC staff.

      • In consultation with relevant FDIC Divisions/Offices, conducts analysis, evaluation, and discussion of specific financial services sector technological innovations and transformations, overall technological innovation trends in the U.S. banking system, emerging and potential risks, and the implications for responsible supervision.

      • Partners with the Division of Insurance and Research (DIR) and other FDIC Divisions/Offices to direct and facilitate research on technological innovation and transformation within and related to the financial services sector. Collects data and other information on specific technological innovations and transformation and banking/financial services sector trends. Analyzes and evaluates technological innovation and transformation initiatives, trends, opportunities, and risks with respect to the potential effect on community banks, bank segments, and the U.S. banking system as whole. Shares research analysis and findings internally to help identify risk, develop/enhance policy, regulations, and guidance, and conduct supervisory, resolution, and insurance activities.

      • Chairs the FDIC’s Emerging Technologies Steering Committee and administers the FDIC’s engagement with related internal and external working groups, both domestically and internationally, on financial services innovation and transformation issues.

      • Leads and supervises FDiTech and its staff. Determines resource needs and ensures appropriate and necessary resources to meet mission requirements. Ensures understanding of FDIC innovation and transformation goals, initiatives and programs by all employees. Provides day-to-day supervision, supports and provides direction to staff. Effectively leverages contributions from temporary detailees to build a cohesive team drawing upon existing expertise across the FDIC.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May require occasional overnight travel.

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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/526921100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.