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Chief Information Governance Officer (WMS Band 2) - DOH4742

at State of Washington

Pay: $79944 to $107532/year
$79944 - $107532
Posted: 11/21/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 2623486
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NOTE:  This recruitment will remain Open Until Filled.  The hThe hiring authority reserves the right to make a hiring decision or close the recruitment at any time.  It would be beneficial to the applicant to apply early.  Applicant review is on-going. 
 
Chief Information Governance Officer (WMS Band 2)
Office of Civil Rights and Risk Management
Tumwater, Washington
DOH4742
 
Our ideal candidate is a team player, defined as having a driving passion for the work, bringing humility to their job and people interactions, and understanding how their words and actions affect others.
 
Our ideal candidate sees the needs and objectives of others and takes them into account while achieving their objectives.  They adapt their approach and expectations accordingly. 
 
Our ideal candidate is outward even when confronted with others that are not open or collaborative.  They demonstrate resilience and model outward behaviors even when under pressure.


The Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) is a strong leader, an agent of change, and a champion for Information Governance (IG) throughout the agency.   
 
When our CIGO reads the phrase, "Other people matter like I matter" they'll think, "Yes!" They might even say it out loud. And their mindset shows up in the ways they behave toward others. They take time to see the needs, objectives, and challenges of the people they impact. They accomplish what they need to accomplish in a way that helps others deliver their results as well.
 
When we talk with the CIGO about their values, they'll see themselves as Human-Centered, dedicated to developing partnerships, and fostering equity, and excellence. They'll also see in these words a challenge to improve--personally and organizationally--in pursuit of a better impact on people and better business outcomes.
 
When we ask others about our Chief Information Governance Officer, they'll describe a person of remarkable capability, diligence, and focus. They'll tell us about someone whose team:
 
  1. Sees and understands the objectives and challenges of people they work with and people they impact.
  2. Makes adjustments to what they're doing based on what they learn.
  3. Holds themselves accountable for actually helping those around them succeed, as well as achieving their own business results.
 
It takes personal courage, tenacity, and humility to achieve big things in this way. Our ideal Chief Information Governance Office candidate probably wonders whether they're up to this challenge. Nonetheless, they want to take it on because they're hungry for personal growth and hungry to help build this kind of business, team and workplace culture at the Department of Health.
 
Reporting to the Deputy for the Office for Civil Rights and Risk Management, the Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) is responsible for leading agency efforts in developing, implementing and managing an enterprise-wide integrated IG program designed to optimize the agency's use of its information. This position leads a team of three (3), manages the Information Governance program for the agency and makes final recommendations for associated policy development, processes, procedures, and guidelines for information governance, enterprise content management, records management, public records requests/public disclosure, and privacy issues associated with healthcare information.
 

About DOH and our Employer of Choice Initiatives

Washington State Department of Health (DOH) works with federal, state, tribal, and local partners to help people in Washington stay healthy and safe.  Our programs and services help prevent illness and injury, promote healthy places to live and work, provide education to help people make good health decisions and ensure our state is prepared for emergencies. To learn more about the agency, visit our websiteDOH Infographic, and see what it's like to Work@Health!
 
DOH is a great place to work and has implemented several "Employer of Choice" initiatives, including:
 
  • We are committed to diversity and inclusion. DOH fosters an inclusive environment that encourages all employees to bring their authentic selves to work each day. We strive to hire, develop, and retain a competent and diverse workforce that is reflective of the customers we serve.
  • We have an engaging Wellness@Health program which offers programs that support healthy behaviors and work/life balance. Our program provides wellness education, access to healthy food, physical activity classes, stress relief, and many other resources to support a healthy you.
  • We support a healthy life/work balance by offering flexible/alternative work schedules, and mobile and telework options.  (Depending upon job duties.)
  •  We are making exciting steps towards modernizing our workplace by providing motivating and inspiring workspaces that promote creative thought, innovation, and collaboration among co-workers.
  • We have an Infant at Work Program that is based on the long-term health values of breastfeeding newborns and infant-parent bonding.  Eligible employees who are new mothers, fathers, or legal guardians can bring their infant (6 weeks to 6 months) when returning to work.  (Depending upon job duties and work location.)
 


Preference may be given to candidates who have the following DESIRED education and experience:      
 
  • A Bachelor's degree or higher in Management Information Systems, Computer Science, public or business administration, organizational leadership or a related field.
  • Five (5) or more years of professional experience in one (1) or more of the following disciplines:  information governance, records and information management.
  • Demonstrated experience in the following:
    • Collaborative Leadership – Builds rapport with others and develops and facilitates teamwork within different functional areas; demonstrates respect for others' perspectives and needs; treats others with dignity and actively supports the good ideas of others; demonstrates broad knowledge of the department and division missions and guiding principles, and the teams' role within that structure.
    • Successful Partnerships – Builds formal and informal relationships/partnerships inside and outside the agency that further the agency's goals, mission, and vision; and effectively working with executive leadership, business unit managers and information technology staff to document information management activities and the application of technology to resolve challenges.
    • Critical Thinking – Actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information generated by observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action.
    • Implementation of Information Governance frameworks or standards such as the Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM).
    • Implementation of principles covered by AIIM and ARMA for Information Governance.
    • Proficiently translating complex information issues into readily understood concepts for staff, leadership, and the public.
  • Certifications in any of the following:
    • Certified Information Professional – AIIM
    • IG Professional – ARMA
    • Certified Records Manager – ICRM
    • Certified Information Privacy Professional – IAPP
 
As well as demonstrated experience in the following leadership competencies:
 
  • Outward Mindset – Deepening understanding of the needs, challenges and objectives of others, and taking these factors into account in approaching one's own work.
  • Collaborates – Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.
  • Organizational Savvy – Maneuvering comfortably through complex policy, process, and people-related organizational dynamics.
  • Balances Stakeholders – Anticipating and balancing the needs of multiple stakeholders.
  • Drives Vision and Purpose – Painting a compelling picture of the vision and strategy that motivates others to action.
  • Strategic Mindset – Seeing ahead to future possibilities and translating them into breakthrough strategies.
  • Instills Trust – Gaining the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity.
  • Manages Complexity – Making sense of complex, high quantity, and sometimes contradictory information to effectively solve problems.
  • Ensures Accountability – Hold self and others accountable to meet commitments.
  • Builds Effective Teams – Building strong-identity teams that apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals.
  • Values Differences – Recognizing the value that different perspectives and cultures bring to an organization.
 
Compensation
 
This position reports to the Deputy of the Office of Civil Rights and Risk Management.  Learn more about the Washington Management Service.  
 
The annual compensation is between $79,944 and $107,532, depending upon qualifications.  
 
Washington State offers a full benefits package including vacation and sick leave, family medical and dental coverage, life insurance, retirement, and a deferred compensation program.
 
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is an equal opportunity employer.  DOH strives to create a working environment that is inclusive and respectful.  It is our policy to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of our workforce.
 
If you have questions, need alternative formats or other assistance please contact Cher Williams at (360) 236-4545, Cher.Williams@doh.wa.gov, or TDD Relay at 1-800-833-6384 or 7-1-1. Technical support is provided by NEOGOV, 855-524-5627 (can't log in, password or email issues, error messages).
 
Application Process
 
Intrigued? We'd love to hear from you.  Click "Apply" to submit your detailed application profile along with the following:
 
  1. A detailed Letter of Interest that addresses your qualifications as they relate to the position.
  2. A current Resume detailing your professional background.
  3. Five (5) or more professional references, to be included in your profile.
 
Do not attach transcripts or other documents that are not requested in the Application Process. These documents will not be forwarded to the hiring manager.
 
Live and Work in a Great State
 
Washington State offers a total work/life package of pay, benefits, flexibility and workplace opportunities to help you get the most out of your career and out of life. Washington State is a great place to work, play, and be a part of a community. Washington offers a quality of life that is unsurpassed. From the high-energy urban center of Seattle, one of the nation's top-ranked cities, to the more relaxed pace of our rural communities, Washington's distinctive Northwest lifestyle blends a progressive, creative culture with a casual nature.

The position is located in Tumwater, Washington, right on the edge of Olympia, the state's capital. The Tumwater/Olympia area has a vibrant city with a small-town feel conveniently situated between Seattle and Portland, Oregon. Mount Rainier and the rugged Cascade Mountains provide majestic scenery to the east while Washington's Pacific Coast is just an hour's drive to the west. Tumwater enjoys the benefits of an engaged and educated community and a well-supported school system, with two universities and a community college within a ten-mile radius.  Learn more about the City of Tumwater, and about the Olympia and the Thurston County area.
 
 

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Only applicants who follow the directions and complete the Application Process in-full will have their responses reviewed for consideration.