“The incumbent serves as Chief of the Information Services Branch (ISB), Office of Intramural Management (OIM), Division of Intramural Research (DIR), National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) who is responsible for developing and delivering high quality, customized business specific software solutions to support the mission, ensuring the data systems and analytics component of NHLBI are supported and leadership is provided timely data.”
- Directs the planning and implementation of Institute-wide, large, complex business software solutions and information technology projects, feasibility studies, and other analyses for software, systems, and applications.
- Develops Branch and organizational guidelines, policies, and standard operation procedures, and makes recommendations concerning business software solutions and IT policy.
- Participates in the overall OIM strategic planning process; plans developed and approved constitute a major portion of the overall NHLBI strategic plan for business software technology.
- Ensures that comprehensive, state-of-the-art, business-specific software systems support the missions of the various organizations served by the Branch
- Identifies future business-specific technology requirements and plans, and presents, justifies, and defends requirements and costs to appropriate NHLBI and NIH officials
- Exercises a wide range of supervisory authority, to include planning, assigning, and directing the work to be accomplished; ensuring timely performance of satisfactory amounts and quality of work.
- Serves as an authoritative consultant to NHLBI organizations, other Institutes and Centers (ICs), and Federal and non-Federal organizations on key technology and business-specific software engineering issues