Supervisory Information Technology Specialist (INFOSEC), GS-2210-14

This position is closed. 5/6/2013 12:00:00 AM



Information Technology Management

  • Recommend the distribution and balance of a teams workload and monitor the status and progress of work.
  • Provide recommendations on employee performance, technical guidance and training.
  • As a senior technical expert, coach/mentor staff and provide constructive feedback.
  • Provide technical and administrative supervision to optimize the deployment of programs and services, and to achieve goals.
  • Develop the ability of others to perform and contribute to the organization by providing opportunities to learn through formal and informal methods.
  • Develop and interpret IT policies and procedures that reduce the risk to infrastructure control systems.
  • Develop and maintain policies and procedures to protect the integrity of systems, networks and data.
  • Implement IT security requirements resulting from changes to laws, regulations or policies.
  • Institute measures to ensure awareness and compliance with IT security procedures and policies.
  • Lead IT security implementation activities for an organization.
  • Applied Federal information technology security laws, regulations and policies in an operational information technology environment.
  • Developed written communications including proposals, policies, recommendations and best practices to diplomatically persuade or influence a diversified audience.
  • Research, compile and evaluate data in the timely preparation and submission of reports.
  • Develop written material to provide guidance and clarification on a wide range of information security related issues.
  • Develop employee performance standards.
  • Managed electronic media messaging on a wide range of complex business related issues to diversified audiences through use of a wide variety of mobile technology, software and templates.
  • Made persuasive oral communications to potentially adversarial or indifferent audiences, resulting in a high level of acceptance by the target audiences and individuals.
  • Interact with representatives of other federal agencies, interdepartmental groups, and the private sector for the purpose of providing or receiving technical information.
  • Coached or mentored staff in a business environment.
  • Provide IT security technical guidance and assistance to program and support offices.
  • Discuss systems and equipment developments with vendors, contractors, consultants and other organization employees engaged in data security.