The Justice Department is looking for a professional to serve as digital services director at DOJ’s office of the chief information officer.
DOJ said in a USAJobs notice posted Thursday the selected candidate will lead the creation of a digital services office and work with stakeholders across the federal government to optimize digital services.
The role is a Senior Executive Service position with a maximum term of three years.
The director will lead the use of digital analytics to aid customer service; apply best practices from the consumer internet industry on technological development and management practices; and provide technical, policy, and programmatic guidance to senior DoJ leaders.
The incumbent will also evaluate progress, findings and planning approaches and documents as well as facilitate team building and government programs to optimize applications and services.
Other duties include identification and development of support and tools to implement a common user experience and brand across government digital services.
DoJ will accept applications until Nov. 17.