General Services Administration - GSA

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General Services Administration - GSA District of Columbia, DC
Duties Summary As an Operations Research Analyst, you'll analyze & evaluate the effectiveness of business processes. Location of position: Washington, DC, Office of Information Technology Category(ITC), Federal Acquisition Service(FAS). We are currently filling one vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Additional vacancies may be filled through this announcement in this or other GSA organizations within the same commuting area. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities You will serve as an Operations Research Analyst in the Office of Information Technology Category (ITC) within the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS). At the GS-09, incumbent will be responsible for:Analyzing the issues in the assignment, then selecting and applying accepted operations research analytical techniques such as queuing theory, optimization methods, simulation, or artificial intelligence best suited for analyzing management problems. Applying operational analytical and evaluative techniques to the identification, consideration, and resolution of issues or problems of a procedural or factual nature. The issues deal with readily observable conditions and written guidelines covering work methods and procedures. Preparing and delivering briefings to management and/or senior staff employee(s) on study findings and recommendations. At the GS-11, incumbent will be responsible for:Assisting higher level analysts in planning, designing and developing performance requirements and methodologies for conducting valid user tests of agency systems or processes to assess relative performance; uses this information to respond to requests or to prepare commendations for potentials. Providing assistance and support to higher level Operations Research Analysts in developing analytical and/or mathematical models for analyzing complex data. Simulations and other tools are used to perform scenario and what-if analysis in order to provide an objective basis for evaluating alternative management options relating to a process or system change. Preparing written and oral reports or presentations regarding study findings, conclusions, and recommendations for leadership. Synthesizes highly technical information for non-technical audiences. At the GS-12, incumbent will be responsible for:Conducting and/or participates in conduct of operations research analysis studies involving exploration of trends, metrics and key program indicators of one or more processes and/or operations. Providing direct assistance and support to higher level Operations Research Analysts in developing analytical and/or mathematical models for analyzing complex data. Preparing written and oral reports or presentations regarding study findings, conclusions, and recommendations for leadership. Synthesizes highly technical information for non-technical audiences. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel for meetings.
General Services Administration - GSA Philadelphia, PA
Duties Summary As a Interior Designer, you will perform a variety of developmental design, interior design, and space programming assignments. Location of position: Public Building Service, Design & Construction Division, South Branch in Philadelphia, PA. At this time we are only filling one vacancy, however additional vacancies may be filled from this announcement as needed Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As an Interior Designer you will be responsible for:Providing consultation services to clients on interior space use for projects Collecting data and requirements to determine the type and amount of space needed Preparing office layout and lighting plans which include color boards, renderings, graphics, and more Using automated design tools and software to complete projects Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required
General Services Administration - GSA Fairborn, OH
Duties Summary As a Customer Service Director, you will be the customer-facing sales and customer relationship liaison responsible for the continuing expansion of program offerings provided by (FAS). Position is located in FAS, Customer & Stakeholder Engagement Division, responsible for providing data-driven, strategic account management that delivers mission value to FAS portfolios, our agency clients, and the taxpayer. We are currently filling 1 vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The selected candidate will maintain a high level of service to FAS customer-agencies, including federal civilian and military agencies and other authorized entities, such as state and local governments. Examples of duties include:Represents the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) in all matters relating to the provisions of supply and service support to military and civilian activities. Provides advice and assistance on various aspects of FAS program areas, identifies areas where FAS can provide essential supplies/services solutions, and encourages the use of FAS resources for this purpose. Develops leads and sales opportunities through participation at regional events, market research, and referrals. Evaluates the effectiveness of segments FAS programs by analyzing historical spend data and making recommendations to management for improvement to FAS programs based upon such evaluations and in-depth analysis. Independently organizes and conducts FAS professional type seminars, workshops, training events, briefings, and conferences with top-ranking officials of military and civilian agencies and representatives of customer agencies. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires frequent travel and driving. Travel is approximately 5-7 days per month (25-33%) with overnight stays of 3-4 days at a time. A valid drivers license required.
General Services Administration - GSA Fairborn, OH
Duties Summary As a Customer Service Director, you will be the customer-facing sales and customer relationship liaison responsible for the continuing expansion of program offerings provided by (FAS). Position is located in FAS, Customer & Stakeholder Engagement Division, responsible for providing data-driven, strategic account management that delivers mission value to FAS portfolios, our agency clients, and the taxpayer. We are currently filling 1 vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The selected candidate will maintain a high level of service to FAS customer-agencies, including federal civilian and military agencies and other authorized entities, such as state and local governments. Examples of duties include: Represents the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) in all matters relating to the provisions of supply and service support to military and civilian activities. Provides advice and assistance on various aspects of FAS program areas, identifies areas where FAS can provide essential supplies/services solutions, and encourages the use of FAS resources for this purpose. Develops leads and sales opportunities through participation at regional events, market research, and referrals. Evaluates the effectiveness of segments FAS programs by analyzing historical spend data and making recommendations to management for improvement to FAS programs based upon such evaluations and in-depth analysis. Independently organizes and conducts FAS professional type seminars, workshops, training events, briefings, and conferences with top-ranking officials of military and civilian agencies and representatives of customer agencies. Travel Required 50% or less - This position requires frequent travel and driving. Travel is approximately 5-7 days per month (25-33%) with overnight stays of 3-4 days at a time. A valid drivers license required.
General Services Administration - GSA Washington, DC
Duties Summary As a IT Specialist you will, develop fact-finding plans and coordinates work accomplished by team members. Coordinates projects with other telecommunications programs and business lines and resolves conflicts that arise. Collaborates with other GSA organizations to identify business opportunities, develop customer outreach strategies, and discuss technology requirements and options. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is located in the General Services Administration, Federal Acquisition Service, Information Technology Category, Office of Telecommunications Services, Washington, DC GSA’s Office of Information Technology Category (ITC) provides access to private sector IT & telecommunications solutions for federal, state & local government agencies. ITC works with federal agencies, OMB & industry to create common solutions for IT services, hardware, software, telecommunications, cyber security, & identity management. 98% of federal agencies use ITC solutions. ITC works with the Office of Federal Procurement Policy & the Office of the Federal Chief Information Office to develop & implement acquisition and technology initiatives such as strategic sourcing, category management, cloud, cyber, enterprise licensing agreements for software, desktop configurations, & data center optimization. The incumbent will be responsible for: Maintains knowledge of current IT and telecommunications technology and of associated emerging technologies and their applicability to customers. Monitors technological changes and developments associated with these technologies. Leads the development of innovative strategic business development and customer engagement activities for one or many broad vertical IT categories including: transport (telecommunications/network services, satellite, wireless); storage, capacity, processing (hosting/data center); applications/software; end user/enterprise consumer services (management consulting and integration services); and IT security. Provides authoritative advice and assistance on complex, technical, controversial, and precedent setting matters to improve Network Service Program (NSP) programs. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional Travel
General Services Administration - GSA Pasadena, CA
Duties Summary As a Building Manager, you will be responsible for providing occupants of Federal Government buildings and privately leased space with safe, secure, clean, and sustainable facilities in which to conduct agency business, and may specialize in one or more program areas. Location of Position: R9 Field Office, Public Buildings Service Center, Pasadena, CA Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Developing and promoting positive working relationships with customer agencies and client personnel, and maintains continuous liaison with building tenants and top management officials of customer agencies and tenants at facilities managed. Working closely with other GSA personnel, customer agency personnel and contractors in the planning, design, renovation, construction, alteration, operation, maintenance and repair of assigned buildings. Assisting the Building Manager with managing the contracting and leasing administration process as needed on behalf of tenant agencies and GSA. Serving as the Assistant Building Manager of the day to day operations of a designated building or groups of buildings within the GSA inventory. The facilities managed consist of large-sized office buildings in a metropolitan area and/or smaller buildings scattered throughout a portion of a State. Managing or assisting Building Manager with building operations, maintenance, repair, alteration, historic preservation, recycling, concessions, safety, environmental and security in GSA-owned and leased buildings assigned. Promotes and monitors efficient occupant space utilization, energy and water conservation, sustainability and environmental hazards programs, and fire and security protection. Directing and/or coordinating the operation of all construction, alteration and repair projects to minimize or ideally avoid adverse impact to customer agencies. Participating and/or assisting in planning and developing operating budgets and all related Federal Buildings Fund procedures and activities for assigned facilities. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
General Services Administration - GSA Pasadena, CA
Duties Summary As a Building Manager, you will be responsible for providing occupants of Federal Government buildings and privately leased space with safe, secure, clean, and sustainable facilities in which to conduct agency business, and may specialize in one or more program areas. Location of Position: R9 Field Office, Public Buildings Service Center, Pasadena, CA Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Developing and promoting positive working relationships with customer agencies and client personnel, and maintains continuous liaison with building tenants and top management officials of customer agencies and tenants at facilities managed. Working closely with other GSA personnel, customer agency personnel and contractors in the planning, design, renovation, construction, alteration, operation, maintenance and repair of assigned buildings. Assisting the Building Manager with managing the contracting and leasing administration process as needed on behalf of tenant agencies and GSA. Serving as the Assistant Building Manager of the day to day operations of a designated building or groups of buildings within the GSA inventory. The facilities managed consist of large-sized office buildings in a metropolitan area and/or smaller buildings scattered throughout a portion of a State. Managing or assisting Building Manager with building operations, maintenance, repair, alteration, historic preservation, recycling, concessions, safety, environmental and security in GSA-owned and leased buildings assigned. Promotes and monitors efficient occupant space utilization, energy and water conservation, sustainability and environmental hazards programs, and fire and security protection. Directing and/or coordinating the operation of all construction, alteration and repair projects to minimize or ideally avoid adverse impact to customer agencies. Participating and/or assisting in planning and developing operating budgets and all related Federal Buildings Fund procedures and activities for assigned facilities. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
General Services Administration - GSA Philadelphia, PA
Duties Summary As a Interior Designer, you will perform a variety of developmental design, interior design, and space programming assignments. Location of position: Public Building Service, Design & Construction Division, South Branch in Philadelphia, PA. At this time we are only filling one vacancy, however additional vacancies may be filled from this announcement as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As an Interior Designer you will be responsible for:Providing consultation services to clients on interior space use for projects Collecting data and requirements to determine the type and amount of space needed Preparing office layout and lighting plans which include color boards, renderings, graphics, and more Using automated design tools and software to complete projects Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel is required
General Services Administration - GSA Atlanta, GA
Duties Summary As a Building Management Specialist, you serve as subject matter expert for planning, executing, evaluating and improving the vertical transportation program and ensure the safety, prooper operations and maintenance of highly technical and critical vertical transportation systems. This position is located in the Public Buildings Service, Facilities Management Division (FM) Atlanta, GA. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Building Management Specialist/Vertical Transportation Specialist is a Senior Specialist who works as a regional technical advisor within the GSA, Southeast Sunbelt Region, Public Buildings Service, Facilities Management (FM) Division. Performs work in collaboration with other program specialists in support of customers, managing and evaluating building operations to achieve customer permissions. Provides expert technical knowledge, background and guidance in regards to, but not limited to, analyzing and evaluating current and future regional vertical transportation workload, budgetary and workload man-hour requirements documentation; and other related program activities. Serves as a technical advisor/instructor in the proper operation, care, servicing and repair of regional vertical transportation systems (i.e., elevators, escalators) located in government owned and/or operated buildings. Conducts evaluations and inspections to determine whether vertical transportation systems and associated equipment capabilities are being used effectively and with prudence in fulfilling agency responsibilities. Records performance profiles for transportation systems in order to diagnose, evaluate and analyze overall performance effectiveness. As a subject matter expert, reviews and analyzes plans, drawings, specifications, and project directives to insure that the proposed design for new construction and major repair contracts with D&C includes features required for the economical, effective maintenance and optimum performance on vertical transportation systems and associated equipment. The incumbent oversees or directs periodic and acceptance inspections and tests recommended by the most recent edition of ANSI/ASME A17.1, Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, in order to provide the required certification that the equipment inspected or tested is in conformance with applicable sections of the code. Ensures scheduling of code required periodic and routine inspections are maintained. Researches, compiles and disseminates technical, engineering, performance and maintenance information relating to vertical transportation systems and associated equipment for use by design officials, personnel engaged in the operations, maintenance and repair of vertical transportation systems and to those charged with the responsibility to inspect the work of contractors performing these same functions. Has the ability to interpret and explain disseminated information. Also provides programmatic direction to force account personnel. Travel Required Occasional travel - Frequent travel for short duration is required.
General Services Administration - GSA Kansas City, MO
Duties Summary Are you a graduating student or a recent grad? Join our Pathways Recent Graduate Program! This one-year program offers professional and technical training, mentoring and developmental opportunities. We are currently filling only one vacancy but additional vacancies may be filled, as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is located in the Public Buildings Service (PBS), Portfolio Management Division. As an advanced entry-level trainee, you will be responsible for creating measures, benchmarks, and providing detailed background support to supervisors; assisting in developing productivity charts, flowcharts of work processes and utilizing computer applications; and performing research tasks, standard administrative tasks and projects, as assigned. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
General Services Administration - GSA Philadelphia, PA
Duties Summary As a Interior Designer, you will perform a variety of developmental design, interior design, and space programming assignments. Location of position: Public Building Service, Design & Construction Division, South Branch in Philadelphia, PA. At this time we are only filling one vacancy, however additional vacancies may be filled from this announcement as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities As an Interior Designer you will be responsible for:Providing consultation services to clients on interior space use for projects Collecting data and requirements to determine the type and amount of space needed Preparing office layout and lighting plans which include color boards, renderings, graphics, and more Using automated design tools and software to complete projects Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required
General Services Administration - GSA Atlanta, GA
Duties Summary As a Building Management Specialist you will provide occupants of both Federal Government buildings and privately leased space with safe, secure, clean, and sustainable facilities in which to conduct agency business, and may specialize in one or more program areas. Location of Position: Public Buildings Service, Service Center Division, Atlanta, GA Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The selected candidate will perform the duties and responsibilities of a GSA Building Management Specialist which includes exercising full responsibility and authority for the day-to-day operations of a designated building or groups of buildings within the GSA inventory. Examples of duties: Develops and promotes positive working relationships with customer agencies and client personnel, and maintains continuous liaison with building tenants and top management officials of customer agencies and tenants at facilities managed Works closely with other GSA personnel, customer agency personnel and contractors in the planning, design, renovation, construction, alteration, operation, maintenance and repair of assigned buildings. Assists the Building manager with Managing the contracting and leasing administration process as needed on behalf of tenant agencies and GSA. Provides contract administration and lease management services to ensure that lessors comply with the scope, terms and conditions of the lease. Serves as the Assistant Building manager of the day to day operations of a designated building or groups of buildings within the GSA inventory. The facilities managed consist of large ­sized office buildings in a metropolitan area and/or smaller buildings scattered throughout a portion of a State. Directs and/or coordinates the operation of all construction, alteration and repair projects to minimize or ideally avoid adverse impact to customer agencies. Ensures that customer agencies are aware of the schedule and timing of building related activities that may impact their operation. Uses Life Cycle Cost Analysis and Total Cost of Ownership concepts and is fully engaged in development of budgets for building services, repair and alteration, and capital design and construction. Travel Required Occasional travel - The employee must travel to customer offices and GSA sites
General Services Administration - GSA Chicago, IL
Duties Summary Are you a graduating student or a recent grad? Join our Pathways Recent Graduate Program! This one-year program offers professional and technical training, mentoring and developmental opportunities. Location of position: We are currently filling two (2) vacancies in Chicago, IL and one (1) vacancy in Detroit, MI or Grand Rapids, MI, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is in the Office of Design & Construction, which is responsible for engaging the best private-sector architects and engineers to design, modernize existing, and construct new federal buildings through its internationally renowned Design and Construction Excellence Program. As a Project Manager, you will be assisting in the overall project management of various design and construction projects assigned, including, but not limited to, planning, acquisition, design, and construction of new buildings and complexes as well as the renovation of existing ones. Project Management - Project management encompasses all phases of projects (Planning, Execution and Closeout). Relationship Management - Maintaining communications with our Customers, Stakeholders and Internal GSA organizations/personnel. Contract Management - Assisting with the acquisition, management and monitoring of contracts and their obligations in coordination with contracting officers and officials. Business Transaction Management - Participating in negotiations regarding the business transaction with customer agencies (including utilization rates and financial obligations; requests for funding and tracking financial obligations and expenses throughout the project). Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional Travel may be required.
General Services Administration - GSA Detroit, MI
Duties Summary Are you a graduating student or a recent grad? Join our Pathways Recent Graduate Program! This one-year program offers professional and technical training, mentoring and developmental opportunities. Location of position: We are currently filling two (2) vacancies in Chicago, IL and one (1) vacancy in Detroit, MI or Grand Rapids, MI, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is in the Office of Design & Construction, which is responsible for engaging the best private-sector architects and engineers to design, modernize existing, and construct new federal buildings through its internationally renowned Design and Construction Excellence Program. As a Project Manager, you will be assisting in the overall project management of various design and construction projects assigned, including, but not limited to, planning, acquisition, design, and construction of new buildings and complexes as well as the renovation of existing ones. Project Management - Project management encompasses all phases of projects (Planning, Execution and Closeout). Relationship Management - Maintaining communications with our Customers, Stakeholders and Internal GSA organizations/personnel. Contract Management - Assisting with the acquisition, management and monitoring of contracts and their obligations in coordination with contracting officers and officials. Business Transaction Management - Participating in negotiations regarding the business transaction with customer agencies (including utilization rates and financial obligations; requests for funding and tracking financial obligations and expenses throughout the project). Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional Travel may be required.
General Services Administration - GSA Grand Rapids, MI
Duties Summary Are you a graduating student or a recent grad? Join our Pathways Recent Graduate Program! This one-year program offers professional and technical training, mentoring and developmental opportunities. Location of position: We are currently filling two (2) vacancies in Chicago, IL and one (1) vacancy in Detroit, MI or Grand Rapids, MI, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities This position is in the Office of Design & Construction, which is responsible for engaging the best private-sector architects and engineers to design, modernize existing, and construct new federal buildings through its internationally renowned Design and Construction Excellence Program. As a Project Manager, you will be assisting in the overall project management of various design and construction projects assigned, including, but not limited to, planning, acquisition, design, and construction of new buildings and complexes as well as the renovation of existing ones. Project Management - Project management encompasses all phases of projects (Planning, Execution and Closeout). Relationship Management - Maintaining communications with our Customers, Stakeholders and Internal GSA organizations/personnel. Contract Management - Assisting with the acquisition, management and monitoring of contracts and their obligations in coordination with contracting officers and officials. Business Transaction Management - Participating in negotiations regarding the business transaction with customer agencies (including utilization rates and financial obligations; requests for funding and tracking financial obligations and expenses throughout the project). Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional Travel may be required.
General Services Administration - GSA Washington, DC
Duties Summary You will serve as a Lead Project Manager for a contractor supported project for DOD or Civilian Agency Professional Services (PS) projects. Location of position: Washington, DC This position is located in the Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) is part of the Assisted Acquisition Services within the Federal Acquisition Service. We are currently filling one vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Monitors contractor performance to ensure compliance with project management plan, contract/task order, and compliance with pertinent regulations. Reviews and officially approves progress reports, technical reports, and other deliverables which require Government approval, verifying/certifying. inspections; and notifies contract officer of unsatisfactory performance. Identifies and develops center support opportunities (sales) for new and existing clients in new or existing PS and related IT subject areas. Develops and maintains productive partnerships with clients, support staff, and other GSA associates. Oversees contractor management of project resources and manages project finances, supporting staff, and FEDSIM project resources. Defines technical and contractual requirements associated with client need. Prepares acquisition strategy to satisfy client need that follows best acquisition practices. Identifies, distributes, assigns, and balances tasks among employees in accordance with skill level, work flow, and workload. Provides daily direction and guidance to team members and assists with problem resolution.     Travel Required Occasional travel - May be required to travel for business.
General Services Administration - GSA Austin, TX
Duties Summary As a General Engineer, you will be responsible for the performance of all aspects of professional architectural/engineering duties pertaining to project planning, design, construction and repair of buildings as well as all other assigned duties. . Location of position: Public Buildings Service, Service Center Division, Small Project Delivery Branch in San Antonio and/or Austin, TX. We are currently filling one vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Project Management Duties: Overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning, execution, and closure of leasing, design, or construction projects. Responsible for leading multidisciplinary team(s) through the project lifecycle. Sets team direction, coordinates activities across different organizational functions, and assigns roles and responsibilities for the project. Ensures that projects are completed on time, within scope, and on budget. Establishes baselines for scope, schedule, and budget, monitors progress, takes action to correct deviations from the baseline, and reports project status. Leads project team in developing, monitoring, and adjusting the project scope throughout the life cycle of the project. Ensures project team reviews the design of architects and engineers for programmatic conformance, customer needs and compliance to industry codes and standards. Makes detailed study of each project, considers method of achieving assignment, and decides on best final solution. Establishes project budgets, monitors progress, implements cost controls, and reports budget status. Reviews estimates prepared by contracted or government resources, reviews contractor’s proposals, and participates in negotiations with contractors. Assists the Contracting Officer in the preparation of statements of work, determinations and findings and solicitation documents. Oversees detailed analyses of all elements of cost in proposals and recommends competitive range determinations to the Contracting Officer. In conjunction with the Contracting Officer, develops negotiation plans and objectives; holds conferences; and conducts discussions and negotiations. Participates in the A/E, Contractor and/or Lessor selection process and in negotiations for Construction Management, and design post-construction contract award services. Manages all aspects of the project’s finances with the client including preparation, negotiation, presentation, approval, and communication of pricing, occupancy agreements, reimbursable work authorizations, and project budgets. Leads discussions with client agencies regarding project requirements to determine the best solution based on available funding, technical recommendations and operational needs of end users. Presents options to the customer based on derived knowledge of customer’s current and future requirements. Negotiates and coordinates project plans, budget objectives and schedules with customer agencies to establish and/or manage customer expectations. Project Closeout - Ensures the completion of project documents and makes certain they are uploaded into all necessary systems of record in order to track established performance metrics and historical trends. Conducts and documents lessons learned analysis. Contracting Officer’s Representative Duties:Represents GSA and the Contracting Officer (CO) on A/E, Construction Management, lease and Construction contracts as the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). As the COR, exercises full delegated authority from the CO reviewing, inspecting, and directing the work as it proceeds in compliance with contract requirements. Recommends payment for services received or appropriate action where non-conformance with the contract is discovered. Construction inspection responsibilities include all facets and phases of construction engineering covering each of the building trades. Prepares statements of work and detailed instructions for guidance to architects and consulting engineers. Assists in evaluations, selection panels, and negotiations. Reviews technical reports and evaluates assumptions, formulas, and calculations. Manages the development of plans, specifications and cost estimates for building alterations, repairs, improvements, and new construction. Reviews cost estimates for accuracy and technical adequacy. Analyzes contractor claims. May perform special services and investigations as required to evaluate claim documentation and provide recommendations on cost and schedule impact. Professional Engineering Duties:Conducts site surveys to determine condition of structures and systems, evaluates requirements and recommends incorporation, modification or exclusion of various project features to best meet long-term needs of the government in consideration of such factors as urgency of needed repairs or redesign, useful life of building components and systems, and cost/benefits involved. Reviews complex engineering problems and provides recommendations to GSA management. Prepares technical reports on highly complex engineering matters that influence current and future regional programs. Customer Service Duties:Serves as the primary point of contact for the customer, and has overall responsibility for providing customer service. Travel Required Occasional travel - Travel as needed.
General Services Administration - GSA San Antonio, TX
Duties Summary As a General Engineer, you will be responsible for the performance of all aspects of professional architectural/engineering duties pertaining to project planning, design, construction and repair of buildings as well as all other assigned duties. . Location of position: Public Buildings Service, Service Center Division, Small Project Delivery Branch in San Antonio and/or Austin, TX. We are currently filling one vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Project Management Duties: Overall responsibility for the successful initiation, planning, execution, and closure of leasing, design, or construction projects. Responsible for leading multidisciplinary team(s) through the project lifecycle. Sets team direction, coordinates activities across different organizational functions, and assigns roles and responsibilities for the project. Ensures that projects are completed on time, within scope, and on budget. Establishes baselines for scope, schedule, and budget, monitors progress, takes action to correct deviations from the baseline, and reports project status. Leads project team in developing, monitoring, and adjusting the project scope throughout the life cycle of the project. Ensures project team reviews the design of architects and engineers for programmatic conformance, customer needs and compliance to industry codes and standards. Makes detailed study of each project, considers method of achieving assignment, and decides on best final solution. Establishes project budgets, monitors progress, implements cost controls, and reports budget status. Reviews estimates prepared by contracted or government resources, reviews contractor’s proposals, and participates in negotiations with contractors. Assists the Contracting Officer in the preparation of statements of work, determinations and findings and solicitation documents. Oversees detailed analyses of all elements of cost in proposals and recommends competitive range determinations to the Contracting Officer. In conjunction with the Contracting Officer, develops negotiation plans and objectives; holds conferences; and conducts discussions and negotiations. Participates in the A/E, Contractor and/or Lessor selection process and in negotiations for Construction Management, and design post-construction contract award services. Manages all aspects of the project’s finances with the client including preparation, negotiation, presentation, approval, and communication of pricing, occupancy agreements, reimbursable work authorizations, and project budgets. Leads discussions with client agencies regarding project requirements to determine the best solution based on available funding, technical recommendations and operational needs of end users. Presents options to the customer based on derived knowledge of customer’s current and future requirements. Negotiates and coordinates project plans, budget objectives and schedules with customer agencies to establish and/or manage customer expectations. Project Closeout - Ensures the completion of project documents and makes certain they are uploaded into all necessary systems of record in order to track established performance metrics and historical trends. Conducts and documents lessons learned analysis. Contracting Officer’s Representative Duties:Represents GSA and the Contracting Officer (CO) on A/E, Construction Management, lease and Construction contracts as the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). As the COR, exercises full delegated authority from the CO reviewing, inspecting, and directing the work as it proceeds in compliance with contract requirements. Recommends payment for services received or appropriate action where non-conformance with the contract is discovered. Construction inspection responsibilities include all facets and phases of construction engineering covering each of the building trades. Prepares statements of work and detailed instructions for guidance to architects and consulting engineers. Assists in evaluations, selection panels, and negotiations. Reviews technical reports and evaluates assumptions, formulas, and calculations. Manages the development of plans, specifications and cost estimates for building alterations, repairs, improvements, and new construction. Reviews cost estimates for accuracy and technical adequacy. Analyzes contractor claims. May perform special services and investigations as required to evaluate claim documentation and provide recommendations on cost and schedule impact. Professional Engineering Duties:Conducts site surveys to determine condition of structures and systems, evaluates requirements and recommends incorporation, modification or exclusion of various project features to best meet long-term needs of the government in consideration of such factors as urgency of needed repairs or redesign, useful life of building components and systems, and cost/benefits involved. Reviews complex engineering problems and provides recommendations to GSA management. Prepares technical reports on highly complex engineering matters that influence current and future regional programs. Customer Service Duties:Serves as the primary point of contact for the customer, and has overall responsibility for providing customer service. Travel Required Occasional travel - Travel as needed.
General Services Administration - GSA Fort Snelling, MN
Duties Summary You will serve as the primary customer agency advocate with client agency personnel in the B.H. Whipple Federal Building. You will interact extensively with building tenants and client representatives on a recurring basis to assess their facility and facility related needs. Location of Position: Public Buildings Service, Region 5, Northern Service Center Operations Division. We are currently filling one vacancy, but may fill additional vacancies as needed and allowed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities You will be responsible for improving customer and client agency satisfaction with building services; maintaining and preserving real property assets; maintaining or lowering operational costs, including energy costs; and ensuring the provision of quality facility-related services. Examples of duties include:Managing and evaluating building operations and/or building management programs to achieve customer satisfaction. Anticipating customer needs and responding to customer interactions and from those inputs, advocating for the customer and integrating customer mission and needs into asset plans and recommendations. Serving as chief adviser on matters of space utilization and reorganization to agencies serviced. Serving as an advocate for investment in assigned buildings in a way that realizes and optimizes building conditions, systems, equipment, operating efficiency, etc., while accounting for customer and revenue values. Ensuring the technical soundness of contractor provided supplies and/or services/processes and decisions through the review, oversight and management of services, construction and/or lease projects, including assessment of contractor performance. Managing customer relationships and communications to enhance customer loyalty and retention in accordance with established playbooks and business processes. Travel Required Occasional travel - Occasional travel required
General Services Administration - GSA Atlanta, GA
Duties Summary As a Building Management Specialist, you serve as subject matter expert for planning, executing, evaluating and improving the vertical transportation program and ensure the safety, prooper operations and maintenance of highly technical and critical vertical transportation systems. This position is located in the Public Buildings Service, Facilities Management Division (FM) Atlanta, GA. We are currently filling one vacancy, but additional vacancies may be filled as needed. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Building Management Specialist/Vertical Transportation Specialist is a Senior Specialist who works as a regional technical advisor within the GSA, Southeast Sunbelt Region, Public Buildings Service, Facilities Management (FM) Division. Performs work in collaboration with other program specialists in support of customers, managing and evaluating building operations to achieve customer permissions. Provides expert technical knowledge, background and guidance in regards to, but not limited to, analyzing and evaluating current and future regional vertical transportation workload, budgetary and workload man-hour requirements documentation; and other related program activities. Serves as a technical advisor/instructor in the proper operation, care, servicing and repair of regional vertical transportation systems (i.e., elevators, escalators) located in government owned and/or operated buildings. Conducts evaluations and inspections to determine whether vertical transportation systems and associated equipment capabilities are being used effectively and with prudence in fulfilling agency responsibilities. Records performance profiles for transportation systems in order to diagnose, evaluate and analyze overall performance effectiveness. As a subject matter expert, reviews and analyzes plans, drawings, specifications, and project directives to insure that the proposed design for new construction and major repair contracts with D&C includes features required for the economical, effective maintenance and optimum performance on vertical transportation systems and associated equipment. The incumbent oversees or directs periodic and acceptance inspections and tests recommended by the most recent edition of ANSI/ASME A17.1, Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, in order to provide the required certification that the equipment inspected or tested is in conformance with applicable sections of the code. Ensures scheduling of code required periodic and routine inspections are maintained. Researches, compiles and disseminates technical, engineering, performance and maintenance information relating to vertical transportation systems and associated equipment for use by design officials, personnel engaged in the operations, maintenance and repair of vertical transportation systems and to those charged with the responsibility to inspect the work of contractors performing these same functions. Has the ability to interpret and explain disseminated information. Also provides programmatic direction to force account personnel. Travel Required Occasional travel - Frequent travel for short duration is required.