The Deputy Director, Enterprise Strategy Branch, position is located in the Chief Information Officer Organization (CIOO), Division of Information Technology (DIT), Enterprise Strategy Branch (ESB) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D.C.
Salary reflects a pay cap for this position of 273,400.
Fosters a culture of excellence in leading an enterprise IT strategic plan, including shifting from traditional IT processes, methods and legacy infrastructure to a more modern IT environment and target enterprise architecture, by integrating innovative IT strategies and promoting a culture of excellence and accountability in the FDIC’s IT governance practices.
Collaborates and partners with senior leadership (IT and the business) to establish CIOO’s mission, vision, goals, objectives, measures and priorities that drive the focus of the CIOO’s IT investment portfolio in support of the FDIC’s mission and strategic direction.
Leads customer engagement and organizational demand and capacity management for the CIOO while working closely with business organizations. Explores and promotes new approaches to increase CIOO capacity through partnerships with FDIC Divisions and Offices, such as the use of low/no-code technologies, piloting different applications of citizen development and easing demand by creating reusable processes and technologies that can be implemented once and used many times.
Provides leadership in working collaboratively and cross-functionally with other CIOO senior leaders and with FDIC Divisions and Offices to ensure that approved IT initiatives and investments are executed in a cost effective and efficient manner that will support the realization of the vision and strategies defined.
Defines and executes a direction that provides modern business capabilities and enables streamlined functions and processes, while ensuring all CIOO activities support the IT strategy and enterprise architecture, in a manner that is integrated with the FDIC’s strategic planning process, and mission/business goals and priorities.
Promotes the use of innovative/enterprise platforms to explore new IT capabilities and new ways to meet FDIC’s business needs in a sustainable manner; works collaboratively with the Chief Innovation Officer to provide strategic guidance around innovation efforts and experimenting with new solutions designed to address gaps in the digital business strategy of the enterprise.
Drives cost optimization opportunities through the prioritization of resources against work commitments, IT portfolio management and streamlining functions, roles, responsibilities and decision-making authorities to ensure direction is successfully communicated and implemented.
Leads the adoption of modern methodologies and concepts to be used across the enterprise designed to reduce risk, introduce efficiencies, and identify opportunities for process re-engineering and standardization of technologies and tools in the IT operating environment.
Acts as a trusted advisor, developing and maintaining effective relationships with senior leadership and staff across the organization.
Establishes common objectives and builds momentum toward achieving measurable business value leveraging defined strategies, strategic investments, IT audits, risk management and internal control standards.
Uses influencing, interpersonal and negotiation skills to create synergies across the enterprise to enable effective teamwork and cost-effective and innovative shared solutions in achievement of business goals.
Occasional travel - May require occasional overnight travel.