Logistics Management Institute

Regional Facility Planner

US-DC-Washington, DC | US-NC-Camp Lejeune | US-CA-Camp Pendleton | JP-47
5 months ago(7/20/2017 1:39 PM)
Job ID
2017-1266
# of Openings
4
Category
Facilities

Overview

This individual will be responsible for a wide range of Facility Planning activities in support of a DoD installations client.

Responsibilities

  • Performs day to day management of regional facility planning efforts, likely involving multiple projects and groups of personnel at multiple locations.
  • Organizes, directs, and coordinates the planning and production of all the regions facility planning efforts, to include identifying and committing resources required for those activities.
  • Establishes and alters (as necessary) contracted regional facility planning structure to direct effective facility planning activities.
  • Develops, supervises, and enforces quality control programs.
  • Demonstrates strong written and oral communication skills for use in proposals, task order development, periodic reporting, progress evaluations, and after action reports.
  • Utilizes programmatic leadership skills to deliver benefits and capabilities that MCICOM can utilize to sustain, enhance, and deliver its goals with respect to its infrastructure reset program.

Qualifications

  • Basic: 10 to 12 years of demonstrated experience managing complex engineering or technically oriented programs with a varied portfolio of projects involving leadership of multi-functional teams.
  • Specialized: Experience in Financial Management, Cost Management and/or Estimating, Procurement Strategic Planning and Execution, Risk Management, and/or Business Management. Six years in the infrastructure management or facilities fields preferred. Facilities related experience in any of the Armed Services preferred.
  • Required: B.A. or B.S. degree, preferably in business or industrial/civil/mechanical/electrical engineering-related field
  • Desired: M.S. or M.B.A degree, Program Management Professional (PgMP) and/or Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, DAWIA Level II or III Program Management, Acquisitions, or Facilities Engineering certification, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

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