Position: Property Management Specialist
Location: Falls Church, VA
Application End Date: July 15th 2016
Who Can Apply: 30% Disabled Veterans, Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA), and Schedule A authority for people with disabilities.
This position is located at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Business Management and Operations (BMO). The Service is a Bureau within the Department of the Interior; its mission is to work with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. Business Management and Operations is an integral part of the Service’s day-to- day operations, providing a foundation and the necessary tools for all natural resource programs to accomplish their mission. Functional areas include financial management, engineering, contracting and facilities management, Service-wide occupational safety and health, and economic analysis. Within BMO, the Division of Contracting and General Service (CGS) manages the National Programs for acquisition, quarters, space, fleet, and property management needs of FWS in the performance of its mission.
CGS is responsible for the following activities: writing and maintaining Service policy, managing Service performance, Service-wide oversight, and system support for these programs. CGS also maintains HQ facilities, provides acquisition, property, and space assistance support to HQ, and establishes and administers Service-wide acquisition vehicles. As the National Personal Property Program Manager, responsible for managing the Service's personal property assets, the incumbent performs the following analytic and data management tasks for the program. The incumbent establishes and enforces policy and procedural guidelines, conducts management control reviews, troubleshoots system issues, and performs analytic and data management tasks for the program. This includes establishing and implementing national strategic objectives and goals for the Service to meet Federal mandates
and identifies opportunities for asset sharing and improving overall asset management.
How to Apply:
Contact: Bryan Acton
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service