|1. Personnel Management. Through the application of management principles, incumbent interviews applicants, selects employees, and promotes good working conditions. Determines the type of personnel required to operate and maintain facilities, evaluates employee effectiveness and identify training needs, provides formal or on-the-job instruction in building operation and maintenance functions. Develops specific position descriptions and/or performance standards unique to the base facilities, equipment, and mission. Incumbent requires detailed knowledge of state, technician & AGR personnel policies and procedures.
2. Plans and Programming. Responsible for the sustained reliability of Real Property Facilities in support of ANG organizations. Establishes and executes work involving the planning and directing of comprehensive programs for the operation, maintenance, repair, and improvement of Government facilities for the base Operation and Maintenance (O&M) programs. Provides critical input to the Base Civil Engineer (BCE), through the CE Facility Investment Matrix (FIM), Base Master Plan, Space Utilization Plan, Asset Management Plans (AMP), S-Files and Facility Utilization Board (FUB) agendas. Prepares, develops and defends operating and maintenance resources for Fiscal Year Defense Plan (FYDP), requirements to the Planning, Programming and Budgeting Systems (PPBS). Develops and implements long range plans for the maintenance or repair of real property facilities. Contributes to the management and execution of lead, mold and asbestos abatement plans, energy conservation initiatives, refrigerant management programs, and contingency response plans that affect the base and any local support agreements. Develops and annually reviews all CE plans and programs for real property sustainment and maintenance. Ensures airfield, utility, and facility systems are operated in accordance with design intent and manufacturer’s recommendation.
3. Financial Management. Functions as Federal Resource Advisor and primary representative to the Financial Working Group (FWG). Supervises and directs the formulation, integration and advocacy of organizational financial budgets and provides inputs to support PPBS issues. Provides financial planning, direction, and determination of funding requirements for facility operation and maintenance programs. Develops procedures and techniques used to develop, present, defend and evaluate organizational financial inputs. These budgets include the MCA on state contributions, Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) Facility Operations (FO), Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Military Construction Program (MILCON), and other Civil Engineer resources. Ensures all CE financial accounts are maintained in accordance with Federal and state statutes and verified by internal and external audit agencies. Analyzes and evaluates of the use of Real Property Maintenance Resources in terms of life cycle requirements. Incumbent is the organizations audit monitor. Investigates and responds to congressional inquiries, GAO reports, and audits per AF Direction.
4. Operations Management. Directs and supervises recurring maintenance and repair, through customer based work order requests, self-help, and building manager programs. Establishes and executes service contracts that include Custodial, Refuse, Ground Maintenance, etc. Manages, directs and provides oversight for facility surveys, and prepares all documentation for identified requirements. Supervises staff responsible for ordering any required materials and ensures all outstanding work is completed. Develops and exercises contingency response plans necessary to sustain mission essential activities in the event of failure or interruption of primary systems. Such plans include application of power generators, availability of critical spare materials, and the expeditious availability of maintenance resources. Implements, directs and manages base energy programs to include education, conservation, and usage reporting. Coordinates with engineering staff for development of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC). Implements supplier, local and federal government regulations for energy reduction initiatives. Continues initiatives for new technologies in energy conservation methods. Provides instructions to shop personnel and building managers; through intermediate subordinates concerning automated facility monitoring systems. Direction includes technically advanced environmental systems supporting laboratories, communications, and Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) areas. Provides direction to the Production Controller and other internal engineer agencies regarding the Integral Engineering Management Systems (IEMS). Coordinates and directs the execution of the repairs, recovery, or abatement identified in surveys. Ascertains which maintenance, repair, or minor construction projects are accomplished in-house or by contract while considering the urgency of need and overall mission priorities. Supervises those parties responsible for negotiating, invoicing, coordinating repairs and evaluating changes regarding utilities. Directs the procurement of maintenance and repair services and supplies through the use of state and Federal procurement systems.
5. Construction Contract Management. Plays a pivotal role in maintenance, repair and construction activities. The position provides critical direction in contract development and execution. Incumbents input to Statements of Work (SOW), project books, and the design process to ensure successful execution of the Base Master Plan. Incumbent may be the designated Contact Officer’s Representative (COR) with oversight of contracts.6. Compliance and Standards. This position plays a key role and possesses a vast knowledge of all CE regulations, directives and guidance. Ensures compliance with Federal, State and local standards. Professional interpretation and practical application at this level is the key to successful program execution.