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Facilities Coordinator

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Facilities Coordinator

Category: Administration

City: WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United States

Position ID: J0619-0910

Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:

GI Federal is seeking a Management Analyst II to support the CIVIL division of DOJ in Washington, DC.

This position is located in the Facilities and Property Management Branch, Office of Administration, Office of Management Programs, Civil Division. The incumbent provides support of administrative services to include inventory controls and to assist with moving furniture and equipment.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

  1. Coordinates and monitors all essential arrangements for occupancy of newly acquired space, including renovations, and relocations. Participates in all moves and performs on-site moves by independently planning and directing local office moves; directing Department warehouse personnel and other Division and Department staff in performing office moves; working with appropriate building managers and other personnel and security officials to obtain clearances for after-hours use of facilities and for scheduling telephone and computer changes; directing and monitoring the work of a Junior Facilities Technician in completing requests for furniture and file relocations and repairs of furniture and office equipment; and performing “day after” follow up with clients to insure moving services met expectations.

  2. Helps maintain the accountable property management system for the Division to include changes, modifications, and revisions to existing portions of the system. Establishes procedures and schedules inventories. Periodically surveys equipment to insure that the inventory control numbering system is correctly implemented, that proper records are kept, and that each item is correctly identified and labeled.

  3. Receives and reviews requests from the various offices throughout the Division to repair, replace, or add furniture and equipment. Verifies requests for suitability and expediency, determining specifications of needed items and requirements of the office (e.g. new vs. used vs alternative items). Locates equipment which can be loaned or excess equipment which is still serviceable. If an item must be ordered from warehouse, prepares requisitions. For equipment and furniture repairs from established Blanket Purchase Agreements. Refers unusual items or those which must be obtained through different sources to the Chief, Facilities and Property Management Branch.

  4. Follows through to ensure that all furnishings ordered are in accordance with the Division’s property and space management plans, that new furniture and equipment are physically delivered to the proper office, and that proper records of receipt and/or delivery are completed and filed.

  5. Assembles specialized equipment and furniture for the Division’s office automation system, including computer terminal tables, printer tables, ergonomic chairs and modular furniture. Performs minor equipment and furniture repairs.

  6. Assists in planning for the phased replacement of existing accountable property with new or improved items, and phase-in of accountable property. This involves the study of newly available equipment, mission requirements, and existing equipment capability and availability.

  7. Initiates and follow up with necessary measures to correct problems relating to heating, air conditioning, plumbing, cleaning, rodents, elevators, and other undesirable conditions within Division-occupied buildings and offices. In conjunction with the Department’s Facilities Management Staff.

  8. Assists the Health and Safety Officer in conducting periodic inspections of Division office facilities to ensure that employees are provided with safe, secure and habitable working areas.

  9. Provided advice and assistance to Supervisors on all property, maintenance, space and other areas concerning matters for which the incumbent can assist them, by either providing additional services, improving those already in existence, or solving a particular problem.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

Must be able to obtain a DOJ Waiver

Must be a US citizen

4+ years of relevant experience

Must have a HS diploma

Must be able to pass a CGI Background investigation

Factor VI. PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The work requires considerable and strenuous physical exertion such as frequent lifting of heavy objects over 100 pounds.

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