The Administrative Office (AO), an agency of the Judicial Branch of the Federal government, is committed to serving and supporting the Federal court system of the United States. The AO provides a broad range of legislative, legal, financial, technology, data, management, administrative and program support services to the Federal Courts.
The AO is seeking a dynamic, exceptional leader to serve as a Management Analyst within the Data Programs and Policy Branch in the Data Governance Division of the Judiciary Data and Analysis Office (JDAO). AO positions are classified and paid under a broad-banded system with the exception of positions in the AO Executive Service. Salary is commensurate with experience. Most AO employees are eligible for full Federal and Judiciary benefits.
The AO is committed to attracting the best and brightest applicants in support of the Third Branch of government. In our role as a support organization of the Judiciary, AO employees are challenged to utilize their talents and expertise to ensure the Judiciary's critical role in American society is not only upheld, but enhanced for the future.
- Occasional Travel
- Overall travel is 10% or less.
Applicants must have demonstrated experience as listed below. This requirement is according to the AO Classification, Compensation, and Recruitment Systems which include interpretive guidance and reference to the OPM Operating Manual for Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions.
Specialized Experience: Applicants must have at least one year of specialized experience which is in or directly related to the line of work of this position. Specialized experience is demonstrated experience implementing, maturing, and supporting the components of a data governance program, both tactical and strategic, including a data stewardship framework.
(Resume must show clear and convincing evidence of all areas of specialized experience. We cannot make assumptions.)
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
- All information is subject to verification. Applicants are advised that false answers or omissions of information on application materials or inability to meet the following conditions may be grounds for non-selection, withdrawal of an offer of employment, or dismissal after being employed.
- Selection for this position is contingent upon completion of OF-306, Declaration for Federal Employment during the pre-employment process and proof of U.S. citizenship or, for noncitizens, proof of authorization to work in the United States and proof of entitlement to receive compensation. Additional information on the employment of non-citizens can be found at http://ww.usajobs.gov/Help/working-in-government/non-citizens. For a list of documents that may be used to provide proof of citizenship or authorization to work in the United States, please refer to Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
- A background security investigation is required for all selectees. Appointment will be subject to a successful completion of a background security investigation and favorable adjudication. Failure to successfully meet these requirements may be grounds for appropriate personnel action. A background security reinvestigation or supplemental investigation may be required at a later time.
- All new AO employees must identify a financial institution for direct deposit of pay before appointment.
- You will be required to serve a trial period if selected for a first-time appointment to the Federal government, transferring from another Federal agency, or serving as a first-time supervisor. Failure to successfully complete the trial period may result in termination of employment.
- If appointed to a temporary position, management may have the discretion of converting the position to permanent depending upon funding and staffing allocation.
- Relocation expenses may be provided, but only if authorized by the Director of the AO.
- The selectee of this position may be assigned to an official duty station outside the advertised area.
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This position is located in the Data Governance Division of the Judiciary Data and Analysis Office. The Data Programs and Policy Branch is responsible for, among other things: (a) working at the intersection of business and technology to facilitate systems and process improvement; (b) providing technical support to business users for the governance, correction, and extraction of data; and (c) developing, managing and maintaining data governance policies, processes, standards and documentation.
Duties of the position include, but are not limited to:
1. Supporting various data governance activities within the JDAO and for the AO and the broader federal judiciary, including but not limited to data governance and data management policies, processes, standards, and data stewardship;
2. Supporting the data stewardship frameworks and bodies, both internal and external to the JDAO, including facilitation, administration, and subject matter expertise support to ensure the data stewardship bodies operate effectively and efficiently;
3. Providing tactical data governance support by helping to develop and manage the required artifacts and capabilities, including but not limited to conceptual and logical data models, enterprise business glossaries, information flows, and data asset inventories;
4. Providing in-depth understanding of statutory and informal policies and history of judiciary data with particular emphasis on caseload data housed within JDAO;
5. Developing policies and standards on the definition, use, and purpose of data, and data access and visibility, including the development of white papers related to data policy; and
6. Communicating data strategy and governance policies, standards, and outcomes.