US Government, Other Agencies and Independent Organizations
This position is located at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Office of the Chief Data Officer. The incumbent will work across the Bureau to identify and implement best practices in information management and compliance.
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Job Grade: 53
Total Openings: 1
As a Data Governance Analyst, you will: Support and assist in the development and drafting of the Bureau’s Enterprise-wide data-related policies, standards, and directives. Review data-related policies drafted by other Offices and Divisions. Collaborate with Bureau stakeholders throughout this process. Work closely with OCDO leadership to develop responsive, policies and procedures to improve the Bureau’s data management; and support Bureau outreach to communicate these policies across the Bureau.
You must meet the following requirements within 30 days of the closing date of this announcement.
For the CN-53 you must have one year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the CN-52 grade level in the Federal service (For qualification purposes, the CN-52 is broadly equivalent to the GS-12). Specialized experience for this position includes: Experience developing, reviewing, and implementing data management and governance related policies and procedures; AND Experience liaising with stakeholders to ensure appropriate implementation of data management policies; AND Experience developing guidance and assisting internal and external stakeholders with data-related inquiries; AND Experience interpreting various information management laws such as: the Privacy Act, Paperwork Reduction Act, Freedom of Information Act, Federal Records Act, Title X of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 and e-Government Act New hire’s direct and overall experience are critical factors in determining a salary offer, it is important that your resume fully reflects all of your work experience. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau determines the salary offer for each selectee based primarily on three key factors: The selectee’s directly related experience at the same level as the position. The selectee’s overall experience in a particular industry or area. The salaries of other Bureau employees in similar positions and with similar levels of experience. We also take the selectee’s skill set into account. Applicants should note that salary offers seldom fall near the upper end of the salary range as listed in this vacancy announcement. Salary may be set from the minimum of the salary range to the midpoint of the salary range. In some instances, based on a selectee’s extensive experience directly related to the position, salary may be set at or above the mid-point up to the maximum salary for that band level. See information on our base pay ranges and salary structure.
In addition to specialized experience, individuals must have IT-related experience demonstrating each of the four competencies listed below.
1. Attention to Detail – Is thorough when performing work and conscientious about attending to detail.
2. Customer Service – Works with clients and customers (that is, any individuals who use or receive the services or products that your work unit produces, including the general public, individuals who work in the agency, other agencies, or organizations outside the Government) to assess their needs, provide information or assistance, resolve their problems, or satisfy their expectations; knows about available products and services; is committed to providing quality products and services.
3. Oral Communication – Expresses information (for example, ideas or facts) to individuals or groups effectively, taking into account the audience and nature of the information (for example, technical, sensitive, controversial); makes clear and convincing oral presentations; listens to others, attends to nonverbal cues, and responds appropriately.
4. Problem Solving – Identifies problems; determines accuracy and relevance of information; uses sound judgment to generate and evaluate alternatives, and to make recommendations. The experience may have been gained in either the public, private sector or volunteer service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis. To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/day/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week on your resume.
Key Requirements: Must be U.S. Citizen or U.S. National A one year probationary period may be required. Public Trust – Background Investigation will be required. Complete a Declaration for Federal Employment to determine your suitability for Federal employment, at the time requested by the agency. Have your salary sent to a financial institution of your choice by Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer. If you are a male applicant born after December 31, 1959, certify that you have registered with the Selective Service System or are exempt from having to do so. Go through a Personal Identity Verification (PIV) process that requires two forms of identification from the Form i-9. Federal law requires verification of the identity and employment eligibility of all new hires in the U.S. The Bureau is currently offering expanded telework opportunities to all staff. Additional work location and schedule flexibilities will be available to Bureau staff starting in the fall of 2022.