Facility Managment Specialist
Relocation expenses reimbursed No
Requirements when selecting Specialty Codes:
Selection of Specialty Codes merit announcements only
You are required to select the method of consideration that you are applying to when responding to the Occupational Questionnaire. Your choices will be either under competitive or non-competitive promotion procedures. We cannot change your selection, and you may apply to both methods, if eligible. You are required to provide documentation to support your application. Below are the specialty code and their definitions.
001 Competitive Consideration: Current and former Federal employees with status, who have not held a position with a full performance level at, or above, this position on a permanent basis. .
002 Special Hiring Authority or Non-Competitive Consideration: Individuals who currently or previously held a position with the full performance level at or above that of the announced position on a permanent basis; former Peace Corps and Vista Volunteers; individuals eligible under the Public Land Corp Authority; and, other special appointing authorities, and Land Management Flexibility Act.
Applicants must have at least one-year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade level in the Federal service. Specialized experience is experience that equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities needed to successfully perform the duties of this position.
For the GS-12 grade level, you must have specialized experience equivalent to the GS-11 graded level, providing R/R or other Facility Management Program project management services at the national or regional level, defining a multi-year program and obligation strategies for the R/R, cyclic maintenance, line item construction or Recreation Fee expenditure program and tracking program expenditures through a Multi-Year Plan (e.g. 5-Year Deferred Maintenance and Capital Improvement Plan, Recreation Fee Comprehensive Plan). Project management experience included providing technical and administrative project management services for a wide variety of extremely diverse and complex maintenance, repair and rehabilitation and construction projects for administrative and visitor use roads and trails; boat launch ramps; electrical, water and wastewater utility systems; bridges; buildings; campgrounds; historic structures and grounds; storm damage, etc. proposed for funding by the National Park Service.
For the GS-13 grade level, in addition to the requirements listed above for the GS-13, you must have experience using the current NPS FMSS (Facility Management Software System), PMIS (Project Management Information System) and FBMS (Federal Business Management System) software tools to inventory and complete constructed facility condition assessments, and to plan, formulate, budget, track and complete critical facility deferred maintenance and construction projects. Specialized experience also includes developing and overseeing an internal expenditure audit program and associated corrective actions and consequences to validate compliance with program requirements, priorities, policies and program parameters. I communicate effectively orally and in writing, analyze problems quickly and effectively negotiate solutions to a wide variety of facility management rehabilitation, cyclic maintenance and/or construction program and project conflicts when participants have different expectations and philosophic approaches to planned projects. I am experienced in producing and reviewing studies, reports, plans, specifications and other documents, and drafting responses to Congressional, IG and GAO inquiries.
Time-in-Grade Requirements: Time-in-grade requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
There is no substitution with education for this grade level.
1. All requirements, including time-in-grade, and a complete application with required documentation, must be met and submitted by 11:59 p.m. EST on the closing date of this announcement.
2. Information contained in your application package will be verified as part of the employment and security process.
3. Relevant volunteer work may be credited as paid work if appropriate to the position.
4. If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/59, and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered, or you will not be eligible for appointment in this agency.
5. NPS employees must personally gather all required documents. The Human Resources staff will not be retrieving or appending documents to your application on your behalf.
6. Telework options: you may be allowed to telework with supervisory approvalRead more
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
A quality review of your application and supporting documentation will be conducted to verify that your application package is complete. Your application package is rated based on the duration, level and quality of your experience, including related volunteer experience, education, job related training and your responses to the Assessment Questionnaire. In addition, you will be evaluated on the extent to which you meet the following knowledge, skills and abilities for this particular position:
- Skill to manage an extremely diverse and complex Servicewide program providing accountability to OMB and Congress for the expenditure of approximately $100 million dollars annually.
- Knowledge of DOI Budget Guidance Attachment G and ability to use the key provisions to develop and annually update the Servicewide Five-Year Deferred Maintenance and Capital Improvement Plan (5-Year Plan) for the R/R program, and evaluate Regions' multi-year obligation strategies for their R/R projects.
- Knowledge of and ability to use the critical agency FMSS, PMIS and FBMS software systems. and to provide technical assistance to develop, and review recommendations to improve existing and future Servicewide facility-related software systems.
- Knowledge of OMB Circular A-123 and other financial controls to develop and implement an internal expenditure audit program and associated corrective actions.
- Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing to analyze problems and effectively negotiate solutions to a wide variety of program and project conflicts when participants have different expectations and philosophic approaches to planned projects, and produce and review studies, reports, plans, specifications and other documents, and responses to Congressional, IG and GAO inquiries.
If your resume is incomplete or does not support the responses provided in the Occupational Questionnaire, or if you fail to submit all required documentation, you will be rated ineligible', not qualified', or your score may be adjusted accordingly.Read more Security clearance Q - Nonsensitive