This announcement provides the opportunity for a reassignment/promotion to the position of Logistics and Support Services Director in the Mission Support, Facilities, Assets & Physical Security Services located in Arlington, VA.
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The employee directs a segment of a professional, highly technical, or complex administrative program which involves development and oversight of agency's operations and facilities.
Please note that the duties and responsibilities associated with this position may vary based upon the agency's needs at the time of hire. The following description of major duties and responsibilities is only intended to give applicants a general overview of the expectations.
Responsibilities include planning and assigning work; collaborating with peers and subordinates to assure effective advisory services; and otherwise ensuring continuous progress toward stated goals.
Oversees and evaluates contract work in construction, preventive maintenance, rehabilitation, repair, and operation of physical facilities including the development of budgets and project plans.
Ensures (1) the appropriate management, regulation, coordination, and control over supplies, equipment, or other material; (2) the review and analysis of agency real estate policy or regulatory issuances for applicability and the development of management directives, standards and supplements containing interpretive and guidance information for application; and (3) adequate budgeting and execution of facility management financial programs requiring frequent modifications, additions for new equipment site preparation, and service modifications, while preventing waste and abuse in execution.
Plans, organizes, and conducts research on complex administrative services' issues that involve major areas of uncertainty in approach, methodology, or interpretation of policy to identify appropriate courses of action.
Represents the Office of the Inspector General in meetings with high-level officials from the United States Postal Service, other agencies, vendors, and members of external organizations to include presenting complex or controversial results of assessments and studies, negotiating agreements, and influencing approval and implementation of agency-wide solutions and plans.
Manages a team of professionals to: 1) ensure completion of the goals and objectives of an agency-wide program, 2) prioritize resources available, 3) measure performance, 4) make recommendations and execute action for program improvement.
Identifies and resolves, as applicable, unique issues where no policy exists, taking innovative actions to address new needs and/or issues.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
Must be able to obtain and maintain moderate background investigation.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a government-issued credit card
May be required to successfully complete a 12-month probationary period
Must be a U.S. citizen
Must be able to pass a drug screening and physical examination
This position is being advertised at the Director Band level, equivalent to a GS-15. The salary range for this position is $134,789.00 - $164,200.00. The salary figures include locality pay.
You must meet ALL of the minimum qualifications listed below.
Strong leadership, organizational and problem solving skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
You must have the experience, knowledge and skills as listed in EACH of the evaluation factors. Failure to demonstrate that you meet all of the evaluation factor requirements as listed below will result in a score of zero (0); an ineligible status, and you will not be referred for further consideration. Include your major accomplishments relevant to the position requirements in your resume.
Comprehensive knowledge of facilities management, fleet management, property management, and records management to conceive, plan, and manage administrative management functions.
Comprehensive knowledge of the mission of the agency and the principles and policies of assigned area(s) of responsibility to provide guidance and leadership in carrying out program and strategies and to ensure policies and plans include a long-term outlook consistent with agency needs.
Knowledge of financial management principles needed to secure appropriate funds; prepare, justify, and/or manage program budgets, use cost-benefit analysis to set priorities and track expenses in support of the organization's mission.
Ability to accomplish program objectives through combined technical and administrative program oversight.
Failure to demonstrate that you meet all evaluation factor requirements will result in a score of zero (0). Upon receipt of a zero score, you will be deemed "not minimally qualified," and you will not be referred for further consideration.
Education must be accredited by an institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Applicants can verify accreditation here: www.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred. Special Instructions for Candidates with Foreign Education: Education completed outside the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in U.S. education programs. You must submit all necessary documents to a private U.S. credential evaluation service to interpret equivalency of your education against courses given in U.S. accredited colleges and universities. For further information visit: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html.
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