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Millennium Challenge Corporation needs a CIO

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A U.S. foreign aid agency helping lead the fight against global poverty is looking for a new CIO.

The Millennium Challenge Corporation’s mission is to provide grants to developing countries committed to good governance and economic freedom in order to improve the lives of the world’s poor.

The MCC is looking to pay $125,000 to $168,317 to a candidate who will serve as a key member of the Department of Administration and Finance management team “with responsibility for providing strategic, compliance and operational expertise on matters relating to MCC’s information technology and privacy programs and operations.”

Some of the duties outlined in the job notice include serving as the principal advisor to the A&F vice president and MCC senior staff on technology infrastructure, ensuring compliance with all federal cybersecurity regulations, and keeping the technology current and on platforms that improve productivity. The ideal candidate would also have significant skills in management.

In order to qualify for the post, candidates must be U.S. citizens and able to obtain and maintain a federal security clearance.

Posted by Bianca Spinosa on Aug 19, 2015 at 8:10 AM


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