The Department of Energy (DOE) kicked off its search for a chief data officer and is accepting applications for the position until Jan. 24th, according to a USAJobs notice posted Thursday.
DOE noted the hire will be responsible for managing the life cycle of agency data assets to include format standardization, information sharing and publication initiatives.
The new CDO will work at the department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer in Washington, D.C., and also hold the title of chair of the data governance board for DOE.
Some functions under the CDO’s responsibility include data collection tracking, statistical analysis, predictive modeling development and data set asset infrastructure reviews in partnership the CIO.
The role is advertised as a Senior Executive Service post with a salary between $176,300 and $203,700 per year.