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The Information Security & Privacy Service (AIS) fortifies the security of the FAA's networks and infrastructure. We develop and ensure compliance with IT security and privacy policies and controls. We operate the Security Operations Center (SOC), FAA's 24x7 monitoring and incident response center to detect security threats and lead FAA cyber incident response actions.
If you are the person selected for this position, you will serve as the Deputy Director of the Information Security and Privacy (IS&P) Service and provide the day to day leadership of multiple critical cybersecurity and privacy areas: Governance, Compliance, and Operations, as well as FAA’s External Stakeholder Engagement and Chief Privacy Offices. You will direct the work of the staff of the IS&P Service, while demonstrating initiative, exercising independent judgment, and using considerable diplomacy in a wide variety of situations. The Deputy Director of the IS&P Service reports to the Director of the IS&P Service, who provides general policy and program direction. You will operate with complete technical independence, direct subordinate staff members and make commitments on your own authority.
As a senior level supervisor, you will direct the work of subordinate employees and/or managers for multiple organizations and across multiple functions and/or disciplines within a major subdivision. Work includes complex projects/programs based on the objectives of the major subdivision, the LOB/SO, and frequently the FAA. Managerial duties typically affect managers and employees and include: strategic planning; communicating the organization's vision and objectives; setting priorities; assigning tasks and responsibilities; monitoring and evaluating performance of organizational units, managers, and employees; coaching and developing staff and organizational capabilities; approving leave; and taking or approving corrective/disciplinary actions as appropriate.
Knowledge of budget, human resource management, and other administrative policies and procedures; and a comprehensive understanding of the objectives of the major subdivision, the LOB/SO, and the FAA expected. You are also required to have a thorough understanding of the principles of management and strategic planning, and the ability to integrate the work of multiple organizational units/projects/programs to accomplish mission objectives.
Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.
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