Reporting to the WSRI Assistant Security Manager, the WSRI Building Manager is responsible for maintenance, performance, modification and economical operation of all facility equipment and infrastructure. The Building Manager will monitor facility operations and infrastructure systems, manage tenant office moves, plan maintenance (including manage janitorial services) and modifications, secure vendors, request quotes, implement schedules all while remaining the facilities compliance with local, state and federal regulations and adhering to policies, practices, and procedures of the National Industrial Security Program (NISP), the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) requirements, and company policies.
High School Diploma or GED with at least 2 years’ of experience managing corporate facility infrastructure operations and functions. Property management experience. Active TOPSECRET/SCI clearance. Demonstrated experience in the support of multi-level secure facilities. Demonstrated knowledge of national, state, and local safety codes; experience in DOD security policy and procedures as well as experience in establishment and maintenance of both unsecured and secure operations. High sense of urgency, drive and willingness to do what it takes to get the job done. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment meeting critical deadlines. Excellent organizational, planning and problem-solving/troubleshooting skills. Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel). Must be available to work extended hours as needed including some evenings and weekends and be on call for emergencies. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated building maintenance experience to include experience scheduling and supervising the work of others. Experience with Security/Access Control Systems. Technical experience in the COMSEC, OPSEC, INFOSEC, Physical Security, and Personnel Security Management
Essential Functions and percent of time::
50% – Oversee day-to-day facility operations to include access control, ensuring functioning building operations by determining work priorities and scheduling repair, maintenance, and installation of equipment in cooperation with tenant executives, department leads and staff.
10% – Direct vendor activities and contractor staff assigned to facilities projects. Proactively work with appropriate tenants and staff to prepare specifications and bid packages for work to be contracted. Establish clear processes and consistent practices for all contracted work. Arrange for the timely and cost-effective purchase of materials and services necessary for facility operation.
Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply. Length of appointment is one year, renewable, contingent upon funding. Work flexible hours, weekends, holidays and on-call when needed. Standing, walking, lifting, twisting, and bending on a frequent basis. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds. Ability to inspect work in cramped and awkward environments. Ability to work during inclement weather, and extreme temperatures.
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