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The position serves as a Supervisory IT Specialist and is responsible for software development and design efforts in areas which require extensive and intensive knowledge of accounting, mathematics and statistics, and computers; and may have substantial impact on various highly visible programs.
As a Supervisory IT Specialist, you will:
- Serve as a senior advisor to the executive-level CIO on high visibility evaluations of when and whether to develop customized applications to support complex oversight needs or pursue commercially available solutions, which may require some customization or workflow changes, to meet business needs.
- Plan, direct, control, and supervise staff which consists of subordinate supervisory and non-supervisory IT employees.
- Direct software development and design efforts in areas which require extensive and intensive knowledge of accounting, mathematics and statistics, and computers; and may have substantial impact on various highly visible programs.
- Initiate and direct special and continuing studies to test, adjust, or improve existing computer software, or devise and implement new software of great complexity.
- Assign and coordinate the work of the assigned section to diagnose sources of application-associated issues and to develop and implement corrective actions.
25% or less - Travel nationwide under tight deadlines. The incumbent should anticipate frequent walking and standing as a component of this travel.
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