The National Archives and Records Administration has started its search for a new chief technology officer under the agency’s information services office.
NARA said in a notice posted June 9 on USAJobs the new CTO will manage the agency’s architecture and technology management division and serve as an adviser to the chief information officer, deputy CIO and other senior officials on information technology programs and issues.
The chosen candidate will oversee the planning, design and configuration management of software, database systems, local area and wide area networks, telecommunications and other related IT equipment.
The incumbent will also evaluate new IT platforms for deployment across NARA as well as build and maintain enterprise architectures for the agency.
The selected candidate, who will be based in Maryland, is a full-time Senior Executive Service position that requires a Top Secret-level security clearance.
The agency will accept applications for the position through June 29, according to the notice.