Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the WorldFacilities ManagerPosition Description:\r
Overview: Serve as the Facilities Manager for a Support Services contract in the Washington Metropolitan Area in support of an Intelligence Community customer. The manager will be responsible for program leadership, decision making and management of work requirements within this division utilizing a skilled team in an environment that requires flexibility, adaptability, and responsiveness. The manager will provide oversight to the two (2) facilities services groups; minor renovations/O&M renovation services and base services necessary to support operations.\r
The Facilities Manager must demonstrate strong interpersonal, analytical and communication (written and verbal) skills and the ability to manage a complex program in a diverse and dynamic environment.\r
Responsibilities: The Manager will have full authority and responsibility for assuring performance of facilities services objectives and standards identified in the Support Services contract are met.Establish a prioritized list and implementation schedule for all base services and minor renovations services in coordination with Government management team.Ensure customers’ requirements are met and completed on schedule and within budget.Support the Government in planning and evaluation customer requirementsSupport the Government in planning O&M activities to include infrastructure improvements and recapitalizationProvide oversight to ensure key performance measurements are collected, analyzed and reported.Attend meetings with building owner representative, tenants and GPOCs to discuss facility issue, coordinate major projects and facility functions, build team relationsips and prioritize action itemsDevelop and implement emergency procedures, to include an essential personnel team available to respond to emergencies, to include weather related actions, mission critical activities and security incidentsEnsure full compliance with all site policies and procedures to include updates to AsBuilts, Outage Requests and other project related proceduresSupport the Government in strategic planning, developing partnerships, and collaboration to continually present integrated solutions across the facilities teams, contracts, stakeholders and customers.Develop, maintain and monitor metrics to track impact and progress of efficiency and quality improvements.Recommend, develop, implement, establish and enforce procedures and programs to increase efficiency and cost effectiveness\r
Required Qualifications and Experience: \r
The Facilities Manager shall possess, at a minimum:Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture or Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical or General)A minimum of five (5) years of relevant, recent facilities management experience supporting an enterprise base operations contract greater than $100MExperience leading diverse teams (professional and trades), preferredBasic computer skills (MS Office and Lotus Notes)Experience working within the Intelligence Community for at least 5 yearsMust possess a TS/SCI clearance with PolygraphPMP Certification, preferredExperience using MAXIMO, preferredBasic understanding and familiarization with:AutoCADConstruction ManagementBuilding operations and managementProject management related to facilities operationsKnowledge of general plumbing, electrical, maintenance and other general tradesAn Equal Opportunity Employer. PAE’s hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran’s status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law.EEO is the Law Poster
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