At the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), we are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) and value a workforce that reflects the diverse experiences and perspectives of the communities we serve. As such, we welcome applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds who share our commitment to public service.
If selected, you will report directly to the Chief Data Officer (CDO) as the Deputy Chief Data Officer. Your duties will include:
Serving as an expert consultant and senior manager for the Office of the Chief Data Officer; providing subject matter expertise and advice to the CDO and other Senior Officers on all data-related matters relevant to the agency's mission.
Overseeing, guiding, and resourcing the SEC's Data Management Program and Data Officers and Stewards Program, including multiple initiatives that ensure compliance with the OPEN Government Data Act and Financial Data Transparency Act.
Leading internal and external training and communication opportunities to drive and deepen the data culture at the agency through enhancing the disciplined use, improved access, and increased security of the agency's enterprise data assets.
Performing a full range of supervisory duties, including setting priorities and preparing schedules for completion of work, motivating performance, conducting performance evaluations, resolving issues, mentoring and training staff, and identifying development and training opportunities for employees.
Representing the agency in high-level meetings and conferences involving a wide range of participants such as regulatory or law enforcement agencies, state, local, national, or international government offices, private industry, and the academic community.
Reviewing important outward communication, such as Annual Reports to OMB and to Congress, as well as content published on www.sec.gov/data.
Representing the Office of the Chief Data Officer in various internal decision-making and advisory bodies as assigned by the CDO.
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