The Department of Labor (DOL) is looking for a new Director of Digital Transformation who can focus on improving technology products and driving customer experience gains.  Applicants need to apply to the job posting by July 14.

“The Digital Transformation Office will use technology to meet the goal of modernizing Government and implementing services that are simple to use, accessible, equitable, protective, transparent, and responsive for all people of the United States,” the agency’s job posting says.

The agency is looking for someone with a host of technical qualifications in leading digital transformation strategy, as well as developing capabilities and capacity to implement strategy.

Along with some of these requirements come the need to detail accomplishments that can satisfy Executive Core Qualifications (ECQ) and Mandatory technical Qualification (MTQ).

The salary range for the position will be between $135,468 to $203,700, and the appointment type will be permanent and be a senior executive position.



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Jose Rascon is a MeriTalk Staff Reporter covering the intersection of government and technology.