Duties & Responsibilities:
- Provide support to the NIH Privacy Program staff.
- Meet with the NIH Privacy Program Lead to improve program areas; determine priorities; support staff needs and issues; work with staff to solve inter- and intra-departmental conflicts.
- Handle and resolve emergency situations; work with staff to improve efficiency and effectiveness of operations.
- Ensure that Privacy Program content is consistent with HHS and NIH policy.
- Work with NIH Privacy Program Lead and staff to identify Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) currently in HHS and NIH Enterprise Architecture Repositories.
- Support the migration of PIAs to NIH and HHS official repositories; develop training, communication, and outreach documents to support the migration of PIAs; develop proposals, business plans and related program materials.
- Provide communication and outreach; develop and maintain content, including Teams and SharePoint sites; develop training material, collaborate with NIH on issues related to functionality of NIH official repository for privacy/security artifacts.
- Develop guidebooks, templates, and other tools to assist NIH entities and program staff with new PIA management practices.
- Collect, analyze, and organize relevant qualitative and statistical information and program information to prepare clear and effective reports.
- Prepare reports and updates on project, including PowerPoint presentations and summary reports for Chief and Director.
Develop and provide topic specific training content in an approved format for review, revision, and approval by a designated member (e.g., story boards) on topics including, but not limited to:
- introduction to the NIH Privacy Program for new NIH Institute, Center, and Offices Privacy Coordinators,
- clarify privacy requirements for information and information technology procurements, and
- provide guidance on safeguarding and handling Personally identifiable information (PII) and Sensitive PII.
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, or relevant area.
- Minimum of three (3) years of related experience.
- One (1) year of related specialized experience in the Federal sector.
- Expertise with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Teams) and Microsoft SharePoint.
- Knowledge of IT systems, and ability to communicate with IT specialists on functionality of new systems.
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