Department Of The Navy Great Lakes , IL 60088
This position is located in the Bachelor Housing Department at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Great Lakes. The incumbent will manage daily operations of 8-10 buildings with 800-1000 rooms that provide dormitory housing for Navy 'A' School students.Dormitories are special environment housing units that house 'A' School Students. They are managed directly by Training Support Command and supported by NAVSTA.
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Manages daily operations of 8-10 dormitories with 800-1000 rooms used to house 'A' School Students. The incumbent is responsible for operating a professional facility.
The goal is to provide clean, comfortable and safe accommodations for Students attending 'A' School, at the lowest possible cost while contributing to the highest level of mission readiness in accordance with Naval Installation Command (NIC) and Installation Policy. Ensure Residents are properly checked in and checked out of facility. Responsible for the efficient and proper use, and accountability of all resources, including funds, personnel, facilities, Supplies, linen, and furniture fixtures and equipment (FF&E). Conduct short and long range planning associated with this responsibility.
Ensure facility safety for assigned buildings and represent complex at Station safety meetings as required. Ensures facilities are in compliance with Energy Conservation program. Ensures Resident, inventory and asset information (FF&E inventory) in Bachelor Quarters Resident Tracking System (BQRTS) is accurate and updated regularly.
As necessary supervises requisitions for equipment and supplies. Responsible for the receipt and storage of all inventory, consumable, non-consumable, minor property and fixed assets. Coordinates submission of routine trouble calls and work orders.
Takes immediate steps to address urgent and emergency trouble calls. Ensure maintenance issues are tracked and followed up, and that residents and staff receive timely feedback on maintenance issues. Prepares reports for higher authority and analyzes, evaluates and implements instructions and notices from higher authority.
Performs internal management control vulnerability studies and reviews to develop controls to prevent losses and implement cost saving measures. Performs the full range of supervisory duties for three or more site subordinates.
Directly Supervises 4-6 Building Managers
Supervision responsibilities include but are not limited to: assigning work, establishing and revising priorities to meet operational needs, evaluating performance, approving/disapproving leave requests, ensures staff is adequately trained, making recommendations for selection of building managers, recommends pay adjustments and/or awards per policy, and recommends corrective and/or disciplinary action as warranted. Ensures compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity.
Ensures subordinates are fully aware of and comply with appropriate personnel, safety and environmental laws and regulations. Establish liaison with divisions, departments, directorates and other offices that provide goods or services to the operation. Assess trends and problems that span the operation, recommend necessary changes and evaluate results.
Evaluates management, maintenance, and operating costs; prepares statistical data; develops information that includes current and past expenditures and estimates of future costs; and develops rationale for justification of line items or areas of housing budget proposals. Makes studies and surveys of area ordinances and regulations governing community life and recommends such new ordinances, regulations, or amendments as would improve housing administrative policies. Coordinates with Training Support Command (TSC) Personnel, and departments of other agencies for whom housing is provided, and/or regulatory agencies to assure adequate services and facilities are provided. Performs other duties as assigned.
The supervisor makes assignments by defining functional responsibility and housing program and management objectives. The supervisor provides advice, assistance, and support in unusual, controversial situations.
The incumbent plans and carries out assignments to completion in accordance with agency management procedures, local instructions, and accepted practices. The supervisor appraises performance by evaluation of operations through occasional review of records and reports, results of higher headquarters inspections, and complaints or other comments offered by tenants.
Occasional travel - Some travel to attend necessary training
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
Specialized experience must demonstrate the following:
A combination of experience and education is required. The incumbent must have a minimum of 3 years experience in a position related to a housing operation, with at least 2 years supervisory experience. Certified Defense Unaccompanied Housing Manager designation or comparable credentials desired.
Must possess knowledge of Navy Bachelor Housing policies and standards, including safety, environmental and fire prevention regulations and practices. Must have knowledge of Navy management procedures and maintenance principles and practices. Must understand the daily operation of BEQ and have a working knowledge of the property management system.
Must possess basic math and reading skills.
Must be computer literate, able to use Microsoft Office products and have the ability to learn the property management system (BQRTS).
Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing with management, staff and residents.
Knowledge of agency management procedures and general business practices related to the management and utilization of government housing facilities and quarters.
Skills in determining the impact of repairs, improvements, or other corrective measures; and coordinating and scheduling or implementing the work with other organizational activities.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work is a mix of sedentary and some moderate exertion. Some physical exertion may be required when touring the various facilities and buildings, particularly during renovations and/or construction, or when performing maintenance activities.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is primarily performed indoors in areas that normally have adequate heat, light and ventilation.
The incumbent may be exposed to cold, heat or humidity when visiting various buildings. Some supervision of outdoor work may be required to supervise snow removal and grounds maintenance.
Must possess and maintain a current driver's license, as travel to other facilities may be required within the normal scope of duties. This position is subject to favorable National Agency Check (NAC). Incumbent may be considered 'ALPHA' personnel, and therefore subject to work during inclement weather or other states of emergency.
The incumbent is expected to earn the Certified Defense Unaccompanied Housing Manager credential within 12 months of start date and meet other training qualifications requirements identified as necessary. Some travel to attend training may be necessary
You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer and part time experience. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.
As part of the application process, you must complete and submit an occupational questionnaire.
Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating and/or appointment eligibility.