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Senate Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper Seeks New IT Branch Manager

partnershipThe Senate’s Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper is searching for a new information technology branch manager to plan, organize and manage a major IT or telecommunications branch within the SAA.

A job notice posted Friday says the selected candidate will plan, define and prioritize the work of several units, direct and manage professional and technical staff, assist the formulation of department strategic and tactical plans and participate in Senate strategic planning efforts.

The IT branch manager will develop monitoring budgets, branch policies and procedures in conjunction with other department management, metrics to measure cybersecurity program effectiveness and a training/certification program for information assurance staff.

The selected applicant will also act as the chief of information assurance to lead the IA staff that will work to proactively identify, detect, react and recover from advanced cyber threats.

Interested respondents may submit applications along with other requirements until August 26.

The Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper was established to act as protocol and chief law enforcement officer and principal administrative manager for support services in the Senate.

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