As a Supervisory IT Specialist (APPSW), GS-2210-15, your typical work assignments may include the following:
- Serves as an Information Technology (IT) Specialist supervisor and the Director of Enterprise Business Services Product within the EOP, responsible for a broad subject matter area revolving around the full range of information technology activities and the development, implementation, and full life-cycle support of Government Off-the-Shelf (GOTS) and Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) software supporting the EOP and other entities serviced by the Director, White House Information Technology (DWHIT).
- Subject matter areas may include establishment of project objectives, requirements, priorities, timelines, delivery dates, risk mitigation plans, deadlines, IT metrics, business process reengineering alternatives, technical design criteria, software testing and quality assurance, and technical documentation in support of product development and/or implementation activities. Integrates the work of team members to produce a unified product(s) across the WHIT enterprise.
- Manages the end-to-end lifecycle of enterprise of products in support of all enterprise applications.Provides knowledge and guidance as the office subject matter expert regarding the full range of information technology activities, development, and implementation.
- Serves as the SME to provide management and oversight of a specialized systems software technology, which involves its design and development. Responsible for establishing project objectives, requirements, priorities, deadlines, technical design, software testing and quality assurance
- Supervises a team of IT professionals by evaluating their technical performance, developing competencies and skill sets in order to enhance performance.
- As the primary technical information source for the division, responsible for making sound recommendations to WHIT senior management, staff, and external stakeholders regarding new hardware and software applications that would enhance the information processing and information management posture of the serviced organization.
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