Head of Facilities Maintenance Department

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Overview

  • Open & closing dates

    Opening and closing dates<!– –> 08/16/2019 to 08/23/2019

  • Service

    Competitive

  • Pay scale & grade

    GS 15

  • Salary

    $137,849 to $166,500 per year

  • Appointment type

    Permanent

  • Work schedule

    Full-Time – Permanent

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Duties

Summary

This position is in the Facilities Management Division (AFM), of the National Gallery of Art.  The primary purpose of this position is to serve as Head of the Facilities Maintenance Department and is responsible for providing leadership to the Department, and direction and administration of the Department’s annual and long-term planning, estimating, programming, and project management for maintenance, repair, alterations and improvements.

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Responsibilities

The incumbent will:

  • Leads and supervises the Facilities Maintenance Department.
  • Advises the Chief of Facilities Management on all issues regarding the development and execution of annual and long-term programs for maintaining, repairing, and improving the interiors and exteriors of the Gallery’s building assets.
  • Oversees the Facilities Maintenance Department through facility inspections, review of work in progress, and the development and supervision of a comprehensive maintenance program for the interiors and exteriors of the Gallery’s building assets.
  • Incumbent initiates, directs, and coordinates long- and short-range studies to meet changing facilities management requirements and priorities. 
  • Oversees the development and implementation of initiatives to evaluate and improve the operation, quality, and appearance of Gallery facilities, and to ensure well balanced use of Department staff and material and financial resources.
  • Contributes to the Division’s budget process by analyzing the Department’s current and future requirements to ensure that requirements are budgeted.
  • Directly supervises the Department’s senior staff.  Supervises and leads by fostering a collaborative work environment, fostering a Department culture that values diversity, supporting teamwork within the Division and Department, striving for professional and technical excellence, and recognizing accomplishments.
  • Incumbent is responsible for the safety of the Department staff and the safety aspects of the Department’s projects, including compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, materials safety, and emergency management.
  • Incumbent successfully schedules and expedites work under difficult conditions and competing priorities. 
  • Demonstrates skill and ability to successfully manage and coordinate numerous projects simultaneously.
  • Incumbent is a Gallery representative and liaison to Federal and local government agencies that have a stake or interest in the Gallery’s facilities operations.
  • Incumbent keeps current with public and private sector developments in the field of facilities operations, historic preservation, code compliance, and environmental issues related to facilities maintenance through liaison with counterparts in other Federal agencies and outside organizations, universities, and the cultural community. 

Travel Required

Not required

Supervisory status

Yes

Promotion Potential

15

This position is in the Facilities Management Division (AFM), of the National Gallery of Art.  The primary purpose of this position is to serve as Head of the Facilities Maintenance Department and is responsible for providing leadership to the Department, and direction and administration of the Department’s annual and long-term planning, estimating, programming, and project management for maintenance, repair, alterations and improvements.

The incumbent will:

  • Leads and supervises the Facilities Maintenance Department.
  • Advises the Chief of Facilities Management on all issues regarding the development and execution of annual and long-term programs for maintaining, repairing, and improving the interiors and exteriors of the Gallery’s building assets.
  • Oversees the Facilities Maintenance Department through facility inspections, review of work in progress, and the development and supervision of a comprehensive maintenance program for the interiors and exteriors of the Gallery’s building assets.
  • Incumbent initiates, directs, and coordinates long- and short-range studies to meet changing facilities management requirements and priorities. 
  • Oversees the development and implementation of initiatives to evaluate and improve the operation, quality, and appearance of Gallery facilities, and to ensure well balanced use of Department staff and material and financial resources.
  • Contributes to the Division’s budget process by analyzing the Department’s current and future requirements to ensure that requirements are budgeted.
  • Directly supervises the Department’s senior staff.  Supervises and leads by fostering a collaborative work environment, fostering a Department culture that values diversity, supporting teamwork within the Division and Department, striving for professional and technical excellence, and recognizing accomplishments.
  • Incumbent is responsible for the safety of the Department staff and the safety aspects of the Department’s projects, including compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, materials safety, and emergency management.
  • Incumbent successfully schedules and expedites work under difficult conditions and competing priorities. 
  • Demonstrates skill and ability to successfully manage and coordinate numerous projects simultaneously.
  • Incumbent is a Gallery representative and liaison to Federal and local government agencies that have a stake or interest in the Gallery’s facilities operations.
  • Incumbent keeps current with public and private sector developments in the field of facilities operations, historic preservation, code compliance, and environmental issues related to facilities maintenance through liaison with counterparts in other Federal agencies and outside organizations, universities, and the cultural community. 
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