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DOJ seeks digital services director

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The Justice Department is looking for a senior-level digital services director to establish a digital services office and digital services strategy for its offices, boards and divisions.

The three-year Senior Executive Service appointment pays between $123,175-$185,100 per year, and requires Top Secret/ Sensitive Compartmented Information clearance, according to the Nov. 3 posting on USAJobs. The Justice Management Division is accepting applications for the position through Nov. 17.

The digital services director reports to the CIO, currently Joseph Klimavicz.

When hired, the director will be expected to establish a Digital Services Office for the agency, backed by a strategy to deliver best-in­class, innovative technology across the Department of Justice.

The digital services director, said the announcement, will direct and champion use of digital analytics, both quantitative and qualitative, for the agency's websites with an aim to improve customer services across the agency. Additionally, the digital services head will lead new technological development, leveraging best practices from the consumer internet industry such as open source and agile development processes, user-centered design and development practices and modern consumer internet technologies.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on Nov 10, 2016 at 11:21 AM


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