As secret leader of the universe, one finds oneself in charge of everything which, in itself, is interesting and attractive but not always exciting.
One may also find oneself referred to in monotheistic terms or multitheistic terms but these are just as useless to use for labels as atheistic to describe people who positively hold no theist beliefs at all.
When one knows everything, the word “surprise” has no meaning, either.
Thus, when your scientists and engineers decided to crashland the Beagle 2 onto the surface of Mars, one knew the result to follow.
One needs no supercomputer to calculate the permutations.
One can clearly see the solar-powered nanobots hidden onboard would quickly spread from the landing site and prepare or “seed” the surface for future followers.
One realises the consequences of releasing live microorganisms, too, but one does not speculate.
One observes the expected.
One concludes and reports.
That is all that is necessary for the omniscient.
One avoids the word omnipotence.
That is all.