Manager Property and Asset Management Division

Washington, D.C
Jan 14, 2022
Jan 15, 2022
Full Time

This position is located in the Property and Asset Management Division, Office of Facilities and Logistics, Office of the Chief Administrative Officer, United States Capitol Police (USCP). The Property Management Division provides Department wide uniform purchasing and distribution, law enforcement equipment and materials, managing the purchasing / distribution and accountability of all weapon systems and ammunition, property accountability, inventory control and related acquisition planning, central receiving, distribution, storage, utilization rates, maintenance, re-utilization and disposal services. The incumbent plans, administers and evaluates the program consistent with USCP policies and government­wide practices for property management.

Plans programs, establishes objectives, directs efforts, and supervises activities necessary to establish and implement oversight to the property and inventory management function USCP-wide. Determines goals and objectives for the Division, where emphasis should be placed, and how best to utilize resources including staff and resource realignment to address shortfalls or to satisfy priority needs. Ensures the development and implementation of performance metrics.

Oversees identification of potential operational alternatives, development of policies and procedures, and analysis and evaluation of programs for which the Division is responsible. Represents the Division and the Office of Facilities and Logistics at high level meetings and conferences where initiatives are likely to have wide ranging impact. Serves on interagency and other committees of broad importance as a recognized authority on the property and inventory management program.


Conditions of Employment

You must be a U.S. Citizen.
Successful completion of a Background Investigation is required.


In order to qualify, you must meet the education and/or experience requirements described below.

For the CP-13 level you must have one year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to at least the CP-12/GS-14 level which is in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position. Specialized experience is defined as experience which includes: 1) developing and implementing solutions to major operating problems; 2) planning for and developing new policy and program guidance, to resolve problems in supply support operations, asset and inventory management to include maintenance, storage and accountability, and disposal; 3) ability to present complex, highly technical information, and the ability to defend and negotiate positions.

All eligibility requirements must be met by the closing date of the vacancy announcement.

(Information on Qualification & Education are located at the following link:


There is no education substitution for experience in this series and/or grade.

Additional information

Additional Conditions of Employment with USCP: Note: As per the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA) and the Fair Chance to Compete for Jobs Act of 2019, criminal history information will only be collected following a qualifications review and a tentative offer of employment has been made. A criminal history does not automatically exclude an applicant from employment with the USCP. Criminal History Check -- Must successfully pass a comprehensive criminal history check of the past 10 years if offered employment. A criminal history check will be performed on applicants who accept an offer of employment. Credit Check -- Must successfully pass a credit check. Applicants must not be in default or delinquent on any Federal guaranteed student loans. Applicants must demonstrate a competent financial history. Financial delinquency including collection accounts, liens, repossessions, or garnishments may be a basis for disqualification. Selective Service Registration -- Male applicants must provide verification of registration with the Selective Service System or must verify exemption from the Selective Service System registration because of age or military status. Female applicants are exempt from Selective Service System registration. Fingerprint Check -- Applicants' fingerprints will be submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for a check of the criminal history record. Background Investigation -- Must successfully complete all components of the USCP full field background investigation. There are few automatic grounds for rejection in the USCP background investigation process. Issues of misconduct, such as illegal drug use, arrests, or convictions may not be automatically disqualifying. However, deliberate misstatements, omissions, or intentionally withholding required information at any phase of the hiring process will result in a candidate's disqualification regardless of the nature or reason for the misstatement or omission. The primary reason candidates fail a background investigation is due to deliberately withholding or omitting material facts. Providing false and/or misleading information may be grounds for removal from the application and selection process.