Director of IT Asset Management
Washington, DC, USA | Fannie Mae
IT / Information Technology
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At Fannie Mae, futures are made. The inspiring work we do makes an affordable home a reality and a difference in the lives of Americans. Every day offers compelling opportunities to modernize the nations housing finance system while being part of an inclusive team using new, emerging technologies. Here, you will help lead our industry forward, enhance your technical expertise, and make your career.
THE IMPACT YOU WILL MAKE
In this compelling leadership position, you will plan and direct the work of staff who provide overall direction for technology products and processes; assess enterprise functional needs and implement technology solutions to support; define strategic outlook; may coordinate operational activities of the unit through the efforts of subordinate staff managers.
The Director of IT Asset Management role will offer you the flexibility to make each day your own, while working alongside people who care so that you can deliver on the following responsibilities:
• Direct teams as they apply an understanding of strategic issues of importance to determine the functional technology needs of a busines unit or process
• Direct the development, formulation, and implementation of new technology, coordinating simultaneous implementation programs across departments or divisions
• Identify appropriate resources to support projects and new initiatives.
• Establish best practices and guidelines for existing or new technologies.
THE EXPERIENCE YOU BRING TO THE TEAM
Minimum Required Experiences:
• 8 years
• Bachelor degree or equivalent; Master degree preferred
• Skilled in cloud technologies and cloud computing
• Experience identifying and selecting strategic options, and identifying resources to meet the defined objectives
• Operational Excellence including improving and overseeing operation
• Expertise in service management concepts for networks and related standards such as ITIL practices or SDLC
• Experience helping an organization to plan and manage change in effort to meet strategic objectives
• Relationship Management including managing and engaging stakeholders, customers, and vendors, building relationship networks, contracting, etc.
• Working with people with different functional expertise respectfully and cooperatively to work toward a common goal
• Collective capabilities for leadership, including leading teams, giving feedback, facilitating meetings, and coaching and mentoring
• Influencing including negotiating, persuading others, facilitating meetings, and resolving conflict
• Skilled in supporting, controlling, monitoring, and management of large, complex, and sometimes geographically-dispersed IT infrastructure and applications in order to optimize IT service delivery
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