The Deputy Director, Division of Resource Management and Administration, participates with the Director in providing leadership, and managing strategic and long-range program planning, budget development and execution, financial management, performance monitoring, internal control reviews, human resource analysis, resource control, and other administrative services such as communications management, facilities coordination, and management of principal correspondence. The responsibilities include:
- Assigns and tracks work within the Division, evaluating staff and organizational effectiveness in accomplishing assigned tasks, and trouble-shooting problems that arise in accomplishing the goals and objectives of the Division. Develops and implements more efficient and streamlined methods and procedures to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Division.
- Participates with the Director in overseeing OCIO budget formulation, budget execution and performance reporting requirements. The DRMA Deputy Director provides input for the Strategic Plan, policy guidance and planning assumptions, performance plans, operating plans, and performance reports. The DRMA Deputy Director guides administrative functions, including performance monitoring and reporting systems management, action items tracking, and any other related activities to ensure fulfillment of the overall administrative standards and processes.
- Develops financial controls to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and oversees submittal of the office financial plan changes for approval. Responsibilities also include directing the coordination of all financial and administrative requirements related to negotiation and re-negotiation of contracts, and providing OCIO staff advice and assistance in the execution and administration of IT/IM contracts.
- Provides oversight of all aspects of human resources management in office with special attention to reorganization staffing plans and analyses, awards, training, and any special personnel programs.
- Coordinates the day-to-day administrative operation of the division including leadership, team building, motivation, and development and evaluation of staff. Provides periodic counseling and performance assessment, including mid-year reviews and annual appraisals. Exercises continuing responsibility to effectively support the goals and objectives of the agency's equal employment opportunity program. Responsible for communicating this support to subordinates and taking positive actions to motivate personnel and make opportunities available to those who participate in training, reassignments, details, and other actions that prepare subordinates for advancement.
RequirementsConditions of Employment
- Supports the Director in developing office acquisition strategies. Responsibilities also include overseeing the implementation of OCIO procedures pertaining to the acquisition and use of IT/IM services and equipment. The DRMA Deputy Director provides strategic direction for communication campaigns and oversees office level communication plans. The DRMA Deputy Director leads, coordinates, communicates integrates, and is accountable for the overall success of the Division, ensuring alignment with agency and/or enterprise priorities.
U.S. Citizenship Required
Background investigation leading to a clearance is required for new hires.
This is a Drug Testing position.Qualifications
In order to qualify for this position, you must have at least one year of specialized experience at the next lower grade level (GG-14) in the Federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector.Specialized experience is defined as
: Knowledge and experience applying Federal budget implementation and execution policies and procedures related to administrative control of funds; conducting budget formulation activities; experience with federal policy related to information technology/information management (IT/IM); experience or knowledge of performance reporting; knowledge or experience analyzing human capital resources or functions such as hiring plans and staffing plans; and mentoring, hiring, or developing staff.The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the following: Experience in leadership and managing strategic and long-range program planning, budget development and execution, performance monitoring, human resources management, and other administrative services. Thorough knowledge and experience implementing the principles, practices, and requirements governing the Federal budget process, financial management, IT/IM, procurement, human resource management, and related business practices. Demonstrated advanced oral and written communication skills, and experience effectively conveying and presenting complex and detailed information ideas and advice in a clear, concise and logical manner to subordinates, colleagues, peers, senior management officials, and representatives of other institutions, agencies, or organizations. Ability to direct, lead, manage and develop a diverse staff with expertise in technical and support functions (e.g., strategic and long-range program planning, contract management and human resources management) to maximize employees' and the organization's potential. Adept at leading in times of change, innovating programs, and delivering results across a broad spectrum of responsibilities. Education
There are no education requirements.Additional information
The duty location of this position is Rockville, MD (Headquarters). In general, employees are expected to be in the office at a minimum of 4 days per pay period. Telework schedules, including full-time telework, are approved, on a case-by-case basis. If selected, telework will be determined in accordance with Agency policy and the Collective Bargaining Agreement, if applicable.