Building Manager

Location
Washington, District Of Columbia
Posted
Sep 01, 2021
Closes
Sep 17, 2021
Ref
18501
Function
Management
Hours
Full Time
Summary

The USAID Building Manager will provide a variety of service functions that provide occupants of both federal government buildings and commercially leased space with adequate facilities in which to conduct agency business. The Building Manager manages building operations, maintenance, repair, alteration programs, and advise agency representatives on optimal use of the building's facilities.

Responsibilities
  • Oversee, ensure, and provide quality customer service and support to a diverse customer base by the assessment of customers' needs and satisfaction of customers' expectations.
  • Assure that requirements of USAID client and administrative directions of GSA are integrated into the project execution.
  • Work with customer on deciding a course of action and assure proper coordination and integration of projects efforts.
  • Coordinate the work of contractors on construction and renovation projects.
  • Review the quality and quantity of work performed by contractors through reports or periodic spot checks of work and take necessary corrective action.
  • Coordinate long-range planning for facilities maintenance, use, and operations.
  • Provide the technical understanding to maintain and manage the structural, mechanical, and operational efficiency of facilities.
  • Establish short and long-range goals of facilities maintenance and utilization.
  • of duties.
  • Develop project and repair Statements of Work (SOWs).
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications
  • High school diploma or GED required
  • 5+ years of Property Management or real estate experience
  • Government Building management experience is preferred
  • Ability to obtain Secret clearance

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Ability to travel to CONUS and OCONUS locations 30% of the time.
  • Ability to understand the complex partnership between GSA, USAID, and other government agencies in relation to contracting, material ordering, budgeting, construction, and the distinction between leased and federally owned properties.
  • Must have sufficient technical knowledge of building construction, modernization, modification, and maintenance requirements to establish and administer control systems and procedures for technical service operations.
  • Ability to determine deficiencies in building operations and prepare packages or requests to rectify discrepancies.
  • Must have a broad knowledge of coordinating and implementing large scale projects and critical management challenges.

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