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IT Governance Specialist
ICF is seeking an IT Governance Specialist to support our National Institute of Health (NIH) client located in Bethesda, MD. This is an on-site position [temporarily working remotely due to the pandemic] providing support for the NIH Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). The candidate will be responsible for supporting the NIH IT Governance and Policy team by providing support to various NIH-level IT management committees, governance groups and working groups.
This position will support the coordination of governance activities, and general administrative duties, to include, but not be limited to:
Support the IT Governance process:
Develop various IT governance reports to include graphics, charts, and other visual objects that lend additional meaning for operational communications to executive stakeholders and business owners
Create PowerPoint presentations for multiple governance meetings
Track and report on the progress, and outcomes of policies, strategies and initiatives endorsed by the various IT governance committees
Track and report on NIH-wide IT Capital Investment Fund (CIF) initiatives
Support the development of policies and strategies to support IT infrastructure at NIH
Meeting support at a senior level:
Understand meeting subject matter and context of information discussed
Prepare summaries of discussions, action items, etc., from meetings
Support meeting technology (e.g., MS Teams, Zoom, WebEx)
Active participant in supporting the OCIO Meeting Support team to include documenting processes, providing ad hoc support on an as-needed basis
Coordinate data call requests:
Assess data call requirements and map out strategy for collecting information
Coordinate kickoff meeting with stakeholders
Develop data call template, instructions and email correspondence
Track, analyze and develop governance artifacts
General technical expertise:
Experience with maintaining and presenting information effectively on a SharePoint site
Able to understand key issues in technical discussions.
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 5 years relevant experience
Demonstrated proficiency with office automation skills (MS Excel paramount)
Demonstrated experience with office operations and meeting support
Demonstrated experience with federal government budget terms and processes desired.
A very strong eye and attention to detail to ensure external communications are direct, succinct, and free of grammatical errors
Exceptional collaboration and consensus building skills
Ability to work independently, yet maintain close communication and collaboration with federal leaders
Proactive, detailed-oriented, independent, and fast learner with excellent problem-solving skills with ability to analyze situations, identify existing or potential problems and recommend solutions
Proven experience in effectively prioritizing workload to meet deadlines and work objectives
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