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Treasury seeks IT backbone manager

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The Treasury Department, which has recently drawn praise for shepherding the nation's financial infrastructure, is looking for an experienced IT manager to tend its internal systems.

The associate CIO for infrastructure operations will oversee the security, maintenance and basic operations of Treasury's IT underpinnings, according to the department's May 31 job posting.

The position, which is based in Washington, is also charged with ensuring that Treasury's systems comply with privacy and records management mandates.

The winning candidate will manage a staff of 85 -- including many contractors -- and keep tabs on multiple enterprise-level systems.

Applicants should have GS-15-level leadership experience and the ability to secure a top secret security clearance. The position is slated to pay between $123,175 and $170,400.

Treasury is accepting applications through June 27.

Posted by Zach Noble on Jun 02, 2016 at 12:22 PM


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