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Building Manager

  • ... US Social Security Administration
  • ... Durham, North carolina, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 117963 per year
  • Posted on: May 26, 2024

Building Manager   

JOB TITLE:

Building Manager

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Durham North carolina United States

No

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Duties

  • Building Managers directly and indirectly develop, implement and manage overall major programs to promote and monitor occupant safety and comfort in assigned facilities that average about one million square feet.
  • Determines appropriate projects or services with agency representatives and contractors to define project scope, requirements and deliverables. Develops, modifies and provides input to studies, designs, surveys and projects.
  • Implements plans to meet objectives. Coordinates and integrates activities. Manages, leads or administers resources related to projects or services.
  • Responds and resolves building emergencies timely. Analyzes the severity of emergencies, determines the effect on building occupants and building operations and recommends actions to mitigate the emergency.
  • Promptly notifies a higher-level Building Manager when problems may have further impact and alerts appropriate staff to the situation.
  • Procures services for emergency building repairs to bring buildings back up to operational standards to support occupant safety, health and an environment conducive for work.
  • Researches, develops and submits study, design and construction project packages to include justifications, scopes or statements of works, Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCEs) and other agency project requirements.
  • Identifies budget submission contract type, such as study, design or construction.
  • Plans, develops, coordinates and prepares specifications. Plans, implements, inspects and monitors service contracts and construction work with the agency's acquisition office and GSA using published policies and procedures.
  • Reviews contractor drawings, bid proposals, submittals and deliverables. Submits comments to designated contracting authority. Administers or attends technical reviews and provides feedback throughout the project and contract life cycles.
  • Creates and submits budget documents for budget formulation, acquisitions and plans, such as justifications and requisitions for all building operations projects and services contracted out.
  • Tracks budget documents from creation through the agency acquisition office and/or the GSA to insure timely response.
  • Budgets for service and maintenance contracts, contract cost escalations, construction projects and modifications, regular and overtime utilities and procurement of supplies, equipment and appliances.
  • Uses agency computer software programs for activities, such as preventive maintenance, service calls, inspections, projects, contract services, energy management and audits, budget and acquisitions.
  • Submits and analyzes software program data for trends and rectifies issues to promote quality services.
  • Develops and presents briefings and written documents on all aspects of assigned contracts and projects.

Requirements

Conditions of Employment

  • U.S. Citizenship required. Selective Service Registration, if applicable (www.sss.gov).
  • Fingerprinting and background and/or security investigation may be required. Job offers are contingent on fingerprinting and background / security investigation results.
  • See QUALIFICATIONS, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED, REQUIRED DOCUMENTS and HOW TO APPLY for other information specific to this position.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
To qualify for this GS-12 Building Manager position you must demonstrate at least 52 weeks of Specialized Experience.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE must have been gained in a federal position at or above GS-11 OR (if your position and/or experience is in another federal pay scale OR outside of federal service) by performing duties at a level equivalent to GS-11 or above.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE is work that primarily consists of directing, coordinating and/or overseeing building operations, maintenance, repair and improvement projects.

If you have this experience, you must describe, in your own words, the duties you perform that pertain to the requirements for this position.

Since Specialized Experience also has a time component, it must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks.

Reviewers cannot assume you perform duties you don't describe.

An affirmative response to the online questionnaire is not sufficient to demonstrate experience.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE must be met by the closing date of this announcement.

TYPICAL DUTIES THAT DEMONSTRATE SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE INCLUDE:
(1) managing building services activities designed to promote occupant comfort and safety;
(2) conducting interior and exterior inspections of building systems;
(3) identifying and resolving building operation needs (e.g., maintenance, repair, new construction or equipment);
(4) developing plans for minor repair and improvement projects;
(5) providing technical advice on building services contracts;
(6) writing specifications for construction, maintenance or custodial services contracts;
(7) applying knowledge of building management programs and procedures;
(8) recommending resources to devote to repair, alteration and maintenance projects for facilities; and
(9) working in conjunction with the activities of contractors.


CONDITIONS OF POSITION:
Due to the nature of work in this position, the following conditions are essential for successful performance and selected candidates must fully comply with these conditions to meet performance requirements.

Successful performance of work in this position and adherence to these conditions will be assessed during the 1-year probationary period that may be served by new appointees.

This is an emergency/mission critical position. You may be called to work after-hours, on weekends and holidays.

(1) The work requires some physical exertion when inspecting facilities and observing work and projects in progress. You will visit construction sites, building systems and spaces, and will be subjected to periods of standing, walking over rough, uneven surfaces, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching and lifting moderately heavy items, such as microwaves.

(2) You may be required to report to work or remain at workstation to perform critical services when building occupants are generally excused for all or part of a workday because of hazardous weather and other emergency situations.

(3) In case of snow, you may be required to report during irregular hours and travel in hazardous weather conditions.

(4) Building Managers on this position are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and/or according to rotational schedules.

(5) You may be required to travel to agency delegated and non-delegated buildings.

(6) Most work is performed in an office setting. Occasional duties may involve outside activities where you may be subject to inclement weather. When performing inspections, you will visit construction sites, building systems and spaces, and work may involve moderate risks or discomforts that may require special safety precautions, such as working around moving parts, carts and machines.

(7) You may be exposed to high noise levels, dust, toxic or irritant chemicals, and may be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment, such as steel-toed shoes, masks, coats, boots, goggles, gloves or shields.

(8) You may be required to wear a respirator on an as-needed basis and may be required to shave to support the proper fit of a respirator.


Information on this series can be found at https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/1100/building-management-series-1176/

Education

This position does not have an educational requirement.

Education cannot be used in lieu of (or in combination with) Specialized Experience.

Additional information

Additional selections may be made for this vacancy six months from the closing date of this announcement.

If you are a male born after December 31, 1959, you must certify that you have registered with the Selective Service System or are exempt under the Selective Service Law. See www.sss.gov.

If you are a federal contractor, do not identify yourself as a federal employee.


OTHER NOTES:

See QUALIFICATIONS and HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED for important information about qualifying for this position.

See REQUIRED DOCUMENTS and HOW TO APPLY for information on applying for this position.

This is a non-bargaining unit position.

This is an emergency/mission critical position. You may be called to work after-hours, on weekends and holidays.

This position is on a full-time, flex-time schedule; Alternate Work Schedules (AWS) may be authorized.

Telework may be approved after all conditions for telework have been met.

This position is not authorized to be filled virtually or through outstationing. The Official Duty Station (ODS) for this position is Durham, North Carolina. To participate in telework, you must reside within a 2-hour commute to this ODS by the time of your appointment.

Relocation expenses will not be paid; salary will be set in accordance with locality pay provisions.

Successful performance of work in this position and adherence to conditions of this position will be assessed during the 1-year probationary period that may be served by new appointees (e.g., new to SSA and/or new to this series).

This is a moderate-risk public trust position. You may be required to complete SF-85P, Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions to have the appropriate investigation conducted.

Position is assigned to:
Office of Facilities and Logistics Management (OFLM)
Office of Buildings Management (OBM)
Division of Data Center Facilities Operations (DDCFO)
SSC Second Support Center
Durham, NC


  • Benefits

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    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

How You Will Be Evaluated

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

(1) Eligible applicants will receive a score based on responses to the experience questions in the online questionnaire.

Preview questions here: https://apply.usastaffing.gov/ViewQuestionnaire/12424279

2) Using that score, eligible applicants will be placed into one of three Category Rating groups:
- Best Qualified: candidates who demonstrate a high level of knowledge, skills and
- Well Qualified: candidates who demonstrate a satisfactory level of knowledge, skills, and abilities
- Qualified: candidates who demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge, skills, and abilities

Veterans' Preference points are considered during this part of the evaluation.

(3) If you are among the highest-ranking applicants based on your score, your resume will be reviewed by HR to determine if you demonstrate Specialized Experience.

Your resume must describe duties you perform that meet the Specialized Experience required for this position (see QUALIFICATIONS), as well as duties that demonstrate the following as they relate to the Specialized Experience. It must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks. Duties not clearly described cannot be credited.
- Knowledge of facilities management and building operations
- Knowledge of laws, regulations and standards to manage facilities and building operations, construction projects and/or service contracts
- Ability to develop, manage and coordinate project work to meet all applicable building codes, rules and regulations
- Ability to develop, manage and coordinate service contract work and project contract work to meet all applicable building codes, rules and regulations
- Knowledge of buildings management budget policies and programs
- Ability to use computer software programs
- Ability to communicate orally and in writing

It is not sufficient to make claims in the questionnaire that are not supported in your resume.

Information not specifically stated in your resume cannot be assumed. Information copied or restated from the announcement or rating criteria will not be considered. If this occurs, you may be found ineligible.

Affirmative responses to the eligibility questions and experience in the online questionnaire are subject to verification.

(4) The highest-ranked applicants who demonstrate Specialized Experience will be referred to the hiring manager following Priority Selection procedures and applicable documents will be forwarded for further review.

Your claimed knowledge, skills and abilities are subject to verification by the selecting official. You may be asked to provide specific examples or documentation or to verify a response by a practical demonstration of your claimed experience.

PRIORITY SELECTION:
Eligible, well-qualified ICTAPapplicants will receive first consideration if appropriate supporting documents are provided (see Career Transition Guide and REQUIRED DOCUMENTS).

Veterans' Preference eligibles will be placed ahead of others in the category for which they are ranked.

Qualified preference-eligibles who demonstrate a compensable service-connected disability of at least 10 percent will be placed in the Best Qualified category.

See Required Documents for information on how to support these claims.

  • Benefits

    A career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new windowLearn more about federal benefits.

    Review our benefits

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

  • Required Documents

    As a new or existing federal employee, you and your family may have access to a range of benefits. Your benefits depend on the type of position you have - whether you're a permanent, part-time, temporary or an intermittent employee. You may be eligible for the following benefits, however, check with your agency to make sure you're eligible under their policies.

    Resume - all applicants (SSA employees may use SSA-45)
    SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees
    Veterans' documents - if claimed
    Military Spouse documents - if claimed
    ICTAP documents - if claimed

    DOCUMENTS PREVIOUSLY UPLOADED TO YOUR USAJOBS ACCOUNT MAY BE OUTDATED AND CAN CAUSE YOU TO LOSE CONSIDERATION.

    RESUME must include:
    - your name and contact information
    - employer name, full-time or part-time hours worked per week
    - full start and stop dates (month/day/year) for each position
    - your grade and pay scale (if your position is or was federal) and
    - a clear descriptions of the duties performed that relate to the experience required for this position.

    If you no longer hold a position it must show an ending date.

    Since Specialized Experience has a time component, it must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks.

    Do not simply list projects on which you worked or list experience in terms of accomplishments or
    achievements. You must describe duties you perform that pertain to the requirements for this position.

    Information not specifically stated in your resume cannot be assumed. Information copied or restated from the announcement or rating criteria will not be considered. If this occurs, you may be found ineligible.

    See QUALIFICATIONS for information on what your resume must demonstrate.

    SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees

    VETERANS DOCUMENTS - submit DD-214 / Member 4 copy showing Dates of Service and Character of Service. (*See below if still on active duty.) This information must be provided to establish veteran's preference.

    For 10-point preference based on a service-connected disability, you must also submit SF-15 (Application for 10-Point Veterans' Preference) and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

    For derived preference submit SF-15 and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

    • Current active-duty military claiming preference under Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act - submit certification that you will be discharged under honorable conditions within 120 days of the certification date. Your letter must be signed by or under direction of the appropriate personnel office, unit commander or higher headquarters. Certifications must be on official letterhead from appropriate military branch and must include dates of service, expected discharge date. type of discharge, character of service, rank and date when terminal leave begins. Since service after Aug 31, 2010, is generally not qualifying for preference, include any qualifying campaign or expeditionary medals you received.

    MILITARY SPOUSES - see USAJOBS Help Center | Military Spouses - submit marriage certificate and proof that your spouse is still an active-duty member of the military.

    ICTAP - see Career Transition (opm.gov) -must provide:
    - written notice of eligibility or copy of separation SF-50 (Notice of Personnel Action) and
    - most recent performance rating of at least \"fully successful\" (Level III) or equivalent

    ICTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from other federal agencies.

    CTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from SSA - currently no one meets this requirement.

    Preference will be granted based on the documents received.
  • How to Apply

    (1) Click APPLY to create a USAJobs Account or log into your existing account.
    (2) Confirm that your USAJobs Biographic Information is correct.
    (3) Follow prompts to complete the questionnaire and upload required documents.
    (4) Click Submit My Answers at the end of the process.
    (5) \"View/Print My Answers\" to confirm you have answered every question as intended AND
    (6) print a copy of the announcement for your reference if you are called for an interview (optional)

    READ \"NEXT STEPS\" FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

    Applications must be received by 11:59 pm (EST) May 31, 2024, and must include:
    (1)responses to online questionnaire
    (2) uploaded resume (and transcript[s] if Optional Education is claimed)
    (3) uploaded eligibility documents, if applicable (DD-214, VA Letter, military spouse documents, RIF letter, etc)

    SEE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS.

    The questionnaire takes about 15 minutes. Answer all questions and follow instructions. Your score will be based on your responses. Errors or omissions may affect your overall evaluation.

    We cannot accept documents submitted via email, fax, or standard mail, but you may email inquiries about the position or How to Apply PRIOR TO the closing of the announcement.

    Individuals with hearing or speech disabilities may use the listed email or 7-1-1 for TTY-based Telecommunications Relay Services to call the listed phone number. Additional Telecommunications Relay Services options are available in each state: https://www.fcc.gov/general/trs-state-and-territories

    Notice Concerning Materially False, Fictitious or Fraudulent Statements - Anything you claim in the occupational questionnaire, or your resume is subject to verification. By submitting your application, you are certifying that any statements you make are true, complete, and correct to the best of your knowledge and belief and are made in good faith. Materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements or representations are subject to disciplinary action.

    Agency contact information

    OPE Staffing DCBFM

    Phone

    410-965-1234

    Email

    OPE.Staffing.DCBFM@ssa.gov

    Address

    DCBFM - OFLM
    6401 Security Boulevard
    Baltimore, MD 21235
    US

    Next steps

    Incorrect information in your USAJobs Account means you may not receive important emails pertaining to this announcement. SSA/HR is not responsible if outdated information in your USAJobs Account causes you to miss emailed notifications or job offers.

    No matter what information is provided on your resume, HR and USAStaffing can only contact you using the information in your USAJobs Account. Your Biographic Information for this vacancy cannot be changed once your application has been submitted.

    If you applied correctly and provided a valid email address in your Biographic Information, you will receive an Acknowledgement of Occupational Questionnaire. This is not an indication that your application is complete. Follow the instructions in the \"How to Apply\" and \"Required Documents\" sections to ensure that you submit a complete application.

    HR cannot provide copies of announcements or application documents to you.

    You are responsible for verifying that your application is complete, and your documents have been properly submitted.

    After applications are evaluated, a Best Qualified List will be issued and you will be notified of your status (e.g., highly qualified and referred to the selecting official; qualified but not referred; or ineligible).

    INTERVIEWS may or may not be conducted, but if an interview is desired, it will be scheduled by the hiring office and a representative from that office will contact you directly.

    HR will not have information pertaining to the scheduling of interviews and cannot provide feedback pertaining to completed interviews.

    For a status of your application, go to your USAJobs account. Select Application Status then More Information to see if updates are available.

    Updates will not be available during the interview/selection process, which may take up to 90 days.

    After selections have been completed, final notices will be sent to applicants who were referred to the selecting official. Applicants who are not referred will not receive a final notice.

  • Fair and Transparent

    The Federal hiring process is set up to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance.

    • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
    • Criminal history inquiries
    • Reasonable accommodation policy
    • Financial suitability
    • Selective Service
    • New employee probationary period
    • Signature and false statements
    • Privacy Act
    • Social security number request

Required Documents

Resume - all applicants (SSA employees may use SSA-45)
SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees
Veterans' documents - if claimed
Military Spouse documents - if claimed
ICTAP documents - if claimed

DOCUMENTS PREVIOUSLY UPLOADED TO YOUR USAJOBS ACCOUNT MAY BE OUTDATED AND CAN CAUSE YOU TO LOSE CONSIDERATION.

RESUME must include:
- your name and contact information
- employer name, full-time or part-time hours worked per week
- full start and stop dates (month/day/year) for each position
- your grade and pay scale (if your position is or was federal) and
- a clear descriptions of the duties performed that relate to the experience required for this position.

If you no longer hold a position it must show an ending date.

Since Specialized Experience has a time component, it must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks.

Do not simply list projects on which you worked or list experience in terms of accomplishments or
achievements. You must describe duties you perform that pertain to the requirements for this position.

Information not specifically stated in your resume cannot be assumed. Information copied or restated from the announcement or rating criteria will not be considered. If this occurs, you may be found ineligible.

See QUALIFICATIONS for information on what your resume must demonstrate.

SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees

VETERANS DOCUMENTS - submit DD-214 / Member 4 copy showing Dates of Service and Character of Service. (*See below if still on active duty.) This information must be provided to establish veteran's preference.

For 10-point preference based on a service-connected disability, you must also submit SF-15 (Application for 10-Point Veterans' Preference) and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

For derived preference submit SF-15 and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

  • Current active-duty military claiming preference under Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act - submit certification that you will be discharged under honorable conditions within 120 days of the certification date. Your letter must be signed by or under direction of the appropriate personnel office, unit commander or higher headquarters. Certifications must be on official letterhead from appropriate military branch and must include dates of service, expected discharge date. type of discharge, character of service, rank and date when terminal leave begins. Since service after Aug 31, 2010, is generally not qualifying for preference, include any qualifying campaign or expeditionary medals you received.

MILITARY SPOUSES - see USAJOBS Help Center | Military Spouses - submit marriage certificate and proof that your spouse is still an active-duty member of the military.

ICTAP - see Career Transition (opm.gov) -must provide:
- written notice of eligibility or copy of separation SF-50 (Notice of Personnel Action) and
- most recent performance rating of at least \"fully successful\" (Level III) or equivalent

ICTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from other federal agencies.

CTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from SSA - currently no one meets this requirement.

Preference will be granted based on the documents received.

Help

This job is open to

  • Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)

    Federal employees who meet the definition of a \"surplus\" or \"displaced\" employee.

  • The public

    U.S. Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.

  • Military spouses

Clarification from the agency

Vacancy is open to All US Citizens. This position is not authorized to be filled virtually or through outstationing. The Official Duty Station (ODS) for this position is Durham, North Carolina. To participate in telework, you will be required to reside within a 2-hour commute to this ODS by the time of your appointment.

Position Details

POSTED:

May 26, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

117963 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1717186218-4ade02a208c21ec68e6627256564026c

LOCATION:

North carolina United States

CITY:

Durham

Job Origin:

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Duties

  • Building Managers directly and indirectly develop, implement and manage overall major programs to promote and monitor occupant safety and comfort in assigned facilities that average about one million square feet.
  • Determines appropriate projects or services with agency representatives and contractors to define project scope, requirements and deliverables. Develops, modifies and provides input to studies, designs, surveys and projects.
  • Implements plans to meet objectives. Coordinates and integrates activities. Manages, leads or administers resources related to projects or services.
  • Responds and resolves building emergencies timely. Analyzes the severity of emergencies, determines the effect on building occupants and building operations and recommends actions to mitigate the emergency.
  • Promptly notifies a higher-level Building Manager when problems may have further impact and alerts appropriate staff to the situation.
  • Procures services for emergency building repairs to bring buildings back up to operational standards to support occupant safety, health and an environment conducive for work.
  • Researches, develops and submits study, design and construction project packages to include justifications, scopes or statements of works, Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCEs) and other agency project requirements.
  • Identifies budget submission contract type, such as study, design or construction.
  • Plans, develops, coordinates and prepares specifications. Plans, implements, inspects and monitors service contracts and construction work with the agency's acquisition office and GSA using published policies and procedures.
  • Reviews contractor drawings, bid proposals, submittals and deliverables. Submits comments to designated contracting authority. Administers or attends technical reviews and provides feedback throughout the project and contract life cycles.
  • Creates and submits budget documents for budget formulation, acquisitions and plans, such as justifications and requisitions for all building operations projects and services contracted out.
  • Tracks budget documents from creation through the agency acquisition office and/or the GSA to insure timely response.
  • Budgets for service and maintenance contracts, contract cost escalations, construction projects and modifications, regular and overtime utilities and procurement of supplies, equipment and appliances.
  • Uses agency computer software programs for activities, such as preventive maintenance, service calls, inspections, projects, contract services, energy management and audits, budget and acquisitions.
  • Submits and analyzes software program data for trends and rectifies issues to promote quality services.
  • Develops and presents briefings and written documents on all aspects of assigned contracts and projects.

Requirements

Conditions of Employment

  • U.S. Citizenship required. Selective Service Registration, if applicable (www.sss.gov).
  • Fingerprinting and background and/or security investigation may be required. Job offers are contingent on fingerprinting and background / security investigation results.
  • See QUALIFICATIONS, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED, REQUIRED DOCUMENTS and HOW TO APPLY for other information specific to this position.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
To qualify for this GS-12 Building Manager position you must demonstrate at least 52 weeks of Specialized Experience.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE must have been gained in a federal position at or above GS-11 OR (if your position and/or experience is in another federal pay scale OR outside of federal service) by performing duties at a level equivalent to GS-11 or above.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE is work that primarily consists of directing, coordinating and/or overseeing building operations, maintenance, repair and improvement projects.

If you have this experience, you must describe, in your own words, the duties you perform that pertain to the requirements for this position.

Since Specialized Experience also has a time component, it must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks.

Reviewers cannot assume you perform duties you don't describe.

An affirmative response to the online questionnaire is not sufficient to demonstrate experience.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE must be met by the closing date of this announcement.

TYPICAL DUTIES THAT DEMONSTRATE SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE INCLUDE:
(1) managing building services activities designed to promote occupant comfort and safety;
(2) conducting interior and exterior inspections of building systems;
(3) identifying and resolving building operation needs (e.g., maintenance, repair, new construction or equipment);
(4) developing plans for minor repair and improvement projects;
(5) providing technical advice on building services contracts;
(6) writing specifications for construction, maintenance or custodial services contracts;
(7) applying knowledge of building management programs and procedures;
(8) recommending resources to devote to repair, alteration and maintenance projects for facilities; and
(9) working in conjunction with the activities of contractors.


CONDITIONS OF POSITION:
Due to the nature of work in this position, the following conditions are essential for successful performance and selected candidates must fully comply with these conditions to meet performance requirements.

Successful performance of work in this position and adherence to these conditions will be assessed during the 1-year probationary period that may be served by new appointees.

This is an emergency/mission critical position. You may be called to work after-hours, on weekends and holidays.

(1) The work requires some physical exertion when inspecting facilities and observing work and projects in progress. You will visit construction sites, building systems and spaces, and will be subjected to periods of standing, walking over rough, uneven surfaces, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching and lifting moderately heavy items, such as microwaves.

(2) You may be required to report to work or remain at workstation to perform critical services when building occupants are generally excused for all or part of a workday because of hazardous weather and other emergency situations.

(3) In case of snow, you may be required to report during irregular hours and travel in hazardous weather conditions.

(4) Building Managers on this position are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and/or according to rotational schedules.

(5) You may be required to travel to agency delegated and non-delegated buildings.

(6) Most work is performed in an office setting. Occasional duties may involve outside activities where you may be subject to inclement weather. When performing inspections, you will visit construction sites, building systems and spaces, and work may involve moderate risks or discomforts that may require special safety precautions, such as working around moving parts, carts and machines.

(7) You may be exposed to high noise levels, dust, toxic or irritant chemicals, and may be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment, such as steel-toed shoes, masks, coats, boots, goggles, gloves or shields.

(8) You may be required to wear a respirator on an as-needed basis and may be required to shave to support the proper fit of a respirator.


Information on this series can be found at https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/1100/building-management-series-1176/

Education

This position does not have an educational requirement.

Education cannot be used in lieu of (or in combination with) Specialized Experience.

Additional information

Additional selections may be made for this vacancy six months from the closing date of this announcement.

If you are a male born after December 31, 1959, you must certify that you have registered with the Selective Service System or are exempt under the Selective Service Law. See www.sss.gov.

If you are a federal contractor, do not identify yourself as a federal employee.


OTHER NOTES:

See QUALIFICATIONS and HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED for important information about qualifying for this position.

See REQUIRED DOCUMENTS and HOW TO APPLY for information on applying for this position.

This is a non-bargaining unit position.

This is an emergency/mission critical position. You may be called to work after-hours, on weekends and holidays.

This position is on a full-time, flex-time schedule; Alternate Work Schedules (AWS) may be authorized.

Telework may be approved after all conditions for telework have been met.

This position is not authorized to be filled virtually or through outstationing. The Official Duty Station (ODS) for this position is Durham, North Carolina. To participate in telework, you must reside within a 2-hour commute to this ODS by the time of your appointment.

Relocation expenses will not be paid; salary will be set in accordance with locality pay provisions.

Successful performance of work in this position and adherence to conditions of this position will be assessed during the 1-year probationary period that may be served by new appointees (e.g., new to SSA and/or new to this series).

This is a moderate-risk public trust position. You may be required to complete SF-85P, Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions to have the appropriate investigation conducted.

Position is assigned to:
Office of Facilities and Logistics Management (OFLM)
Office of Buildings Management (OBM)
Division of Data Center Facilities Operations (DDCFO)
SSC Second Support Center
Durham, NC


  • Benefits

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    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

How You Will Be Evaluated

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

(1) Eligible applicants will receive a score based on responses to the experience questions in the online questionnaire.

Preview questions here: https://apply.usastaffing.gov/ViewQuestionnaire/12424279

2) Using that score, eligible applicants will be placed into one of three Category Rating groups:
- Best Qualified: candidates who demonstrate a high level of knowledge, skills and
- Well Qualified: candidates who demonstrate a satisfactory level of knowledge, skills, and abilities
- Qualified: candidates who demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge, skills, and abilities

Veterans' Preference points are considered during this part of the evaluation.

(3) If you are among the highest-ranking applicants based on your score, your resume will be reviewed by HR to determine if you demonstrate Specialized Experience.

Your resume must describe duties you perform that meet the Specialized Experience required for this position (see QUALIFICATIONS), as well as duties that demonstrate the following as they relate to the Specialized Experience. It must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks. Duties not clearly described cannot be credited.
- Knowledge of facilities management and building operations
- Knowledge of laws, regulations and standards to manage facilities and building operations, construction projects and/or service contracts
- Ability to develop, manage and coordinate project work to meet all applicable building codes, rules and regulations
- Ability to develop, manage and coordinate service contract work and project contract work to meet all applicable building codes, rules and regulations
- Knowledge of buildings management budget policies and programs
- Ability to use computer software programs
- Ability to communicate orally and in writing

It is not sufficient to make claims in the questionnaire that are not supported in your resume.

Information not specifically stated in your resume cannot be assumed. Information copied or restated from the announcement or rating criteria will not be considered. If this occurs, you may be found ineligible.

Affirmative responses to the eligibility questions and experience in the online questionnaire are subject to verification.

(4) The highest-ranked applicants who demonstrate Specialized Experience will be referred to the hiring manager following Priority Selection procedures and applicable documents will be forwarded for further review.

Your claimed knowledge, skills and abilities are subject to verification by the selecting official. You may be asked to provide specific examples or documentation or to verify a response by a practical demonstration of your claimed experience.

PRIORITY SELECTION:
Eligible, well-qualified ICTAPapplicants will receive first consideration if appropriate supporting documents are provided (see Career Transition Guide and REQUIRED DOCUMENTS).

Veterans' Preference eligibles will be placed ahead of others in the category for which they are ranked.

Qualified preference-eligibles who demonstrate a compensable service-connected disability of at least 10 percent will be placed in the Best Qualified category.

See Required Documents for information on how to support these claims.

  • Benefits

    A career with the U.S. government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Opens in a new windowLearn more about federal benefits.

    Review our benefits

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

  • Required Documents

    As a new or existing federal employee, you and your family may have access to a range of benefits. Your benefits depend on the type of position you have - whether you're a permanent, part-time, temporary or an intermittent employee. You may be eligible for the following benefits, however, check with your agency to make sure you're eligible under their policies.

    Resume - all applicants (SSA employees may use SSA-45)
    SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees
    Veterans' documents - if claimed
    Military Spouse documents - if claimed
    ICTAP documents - if claimed

    DOCUMENTS PREVIOUSLY UPLOADED TO YOUR USAJOBS ACCOUNT MAY BE OUTDATED AND CAN CAUSE YOU TO LOSE CONSIDERATION.

    RESUME must include:
    - your name and contact information
    - employer name, full-time or part-time hours worked per week
    - full start and stop dates (month/day/year) for each position
    - your grade and pay scale (if your position is or was federal) and
    - a clear descriptions of the duties performed that relate to the experience required for this position.

    If you no longer hold a position it must show an ending date.

    Since Specialized Experience has a time component, it must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks.

    Do not simply list projects on which you worked or list experience in terms of accomplishments or
    achievements. You must describe duties you perform that pertain to the requirements for this position.

    Information not specifically stated in your resume cannot be assumed. Information copied or restated from the announcement or rating criteria will not be considered. If this occurs, you may be found ineligible.

    See QUALIFICATIONS for information on what your resume must demonstrate.

    SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees

    VETERANS DOCUMENTS - submit DD-214 / Member 4 copy showing Dates of Service and Character of Service. (*See below if still on active duty.) This information must be provided to establish veteran's preference.

    For 10-point preference based on a service-connected disability, you must also submit SF-15 (Application for 10-Point Veterans' Preference) and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

    For derived preference submit SF-15 and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

    • Current active-duty military claiming preference under Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act - submit certification that you will be discharged under honorable conditions within 120 days of the certification date. Your letter must be signed by or under direction of the appropriate personnel office, unit commander or higher headquarters. Certifications must be on official letterhead from appropriate military branch and must include dates of service, expected discharge date. type of discharge, character of service, rank and date when terminal leave begins. Since service after Aug 31, 2010, is generally not qualifying for preference, include any qualifying campaign or expeditionary medals you received.

    MILITARY SPOUSES - see USAJOBS Help Center | Military Spouses - submit marriage certificate and proof that your spouse is still an active-duty member of the military.

    ICTAP - see Career Transition (opm.gov) -must provide:
    - written notice of eligibility or copy of separation SF-50 (Notice of Personnel Action) and
    - most recent performance rating of at least \"fully successful\" (Level III) or equivalent

    ICTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from other federal agencies.

    CTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from SSA - currently no one meets this requirement.

    Preference will be granted based on the documents received.
  • How to Apply

    (1) Click APPLY to create a USAJobs Account or log into your existing account.
    (2) Confirm that your USAJobs Biographic Information is correct.
    (3) Follow prompts to complete the questionnaire and upload required documents.
    (4) Click Submit My Answers at the end of the process.
    (5) \"View/Print My Answers\" to confirm you have answered every question as intended AND
    (6) print a copy of the announcement for your reference if you are called for an interview (optional)

    READ \"NEXT STEPS\" FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

    Applications must be received by 11:59 pm (EST) May 31, 2024, and must include:
    (1)responses to online questionnaire
    (2) uploaded resume (and transcript[s] if Optional Education is claimed)
    (3) uploaded eligibility documents, if applicable (DD-214, VA Letter, military spouse documents, RIF letter, etc)

    SEE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS.

    The questionnaire takes about 15 minutes. Answer all questions and follow instructions. Your score will be based on your responses. Errors or omissions may affect your overall evaluation.

    We cannot accept documents submitted via email, fax, or standard mail, but you may email inquiries about the position or How to Apply PRIOR TO the closing of the announcement.

    Individuals with hearing or speech disabilities may use the listed email or 7-1-1 for TTY-based Telecommunications Relay Services to call the listed phone number. Additional Telecommunications Relay Services options are available in each state: https://www.fcc.gov/general/trs-state-and-territories

    Notice Concerning Materially False, Fictitious or Fraudulent Statements - Anything you claim in the occupational questionnaire, or your resume is subject to verification. By submitting your application, you are certifying that any statements you make are true, complete, and correct to the best of your knowledge and belief and are made in good faith. Materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statements or representations are subject to disciplinary action.

    Agency contact information

    OPE Staffing DCBFM

    Phone

    410-965-1234

    Email

    OPE.Staffing.DCBFM@ssa.gov

    Address

    DCBFM - OFLM
    6401 Security Boulevard
    Baltimore, MD 21235
    US

    Next steps

    Incorrect information in your USAJobs Account means you may not receive important emails pertaining to this announcement. SSA/HR is not responsible if outdated information in your USAJobs Account causes you to miss emailed notifications or job offers.

    No matter what information is provided on your resume, HR and USAStaffing can only contact you using the information in your USAJobs Account. Your Biographic Information for this vacancy cannot be changed once your application has been submitted.

    If you applied correctly and provided a valid email address in your Biographic Information, you will receive an Acknowledgement of Occupational Questionnaire. This is not an indication that your application is complete. Follow the instructions in the \"How to Apply\" and \"Required Documents\" sections to ensure that you submit a complete application.

    HR cannot provide copies of announcements or application documents to you.

    You are responsible for verifying that your application is complete, and your documents have been properly submitted.

    After applications are evaluated, a Best Qualified List will be issued and you will be notified of your status (e.g., highly qualified and referred to the selecting official; qualified but not referred; or ineligible).

    INTERVIEWS may or may not be conducted, but if an interview is desired, it will be scheduled by the hiring office and a representative from that office will contact you directly.

    HR will not have information pertaining to the scheduling of interviews and cannot provide feedback pertaining to completed interviews.

    For a status of your application, go to your USAJobs account. Select Application Status then More Information to see if updates are available.

    Updates will not be available during the interview/selection process, which may take up to 90 days.

    After selections have been completed, final notices will be sent to applicants who were referred to the selecting official. Applicants who are not referred will not receive a final notice.

  • Fair and Transparent

    The Federal hiring process is set up to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance.

    • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
    • Criminal history inquiries
    • Reasonable accommodation policy
    • Financial suitability
    • Selective Service
    • New employee probationary period
    • Signature and false statements
    • Privacy Act
    • Social security number request

Required Documents

Resume - all applicants (SSA employees may use SSA-45)
SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees
Veterans' documents - if claimed
Military Spouse documents - if claimed
ICTAP documents - if claimed

DOCUMENTS PREVIOUSLY UPLOADED TO YOUR USAJOBS ACCOUNT MAY BE OUTDATED AND CAN CAUSE YOU TO LOSE CONSIDERATION.

RESUME must include:
- your name and contact information
- employer name, full-time or part-time hours worked per week
- full start and stop dates (month/day/year) for each position
- your grade and pay scale (if your position is or was federal) and
- a clear descriptions of the duties performed that relate to the experience required for this position.

If you no longer hold a position it must show an ending date.

Since Specialized Experience has a time component, it must be evident that the duties you describe are at the required level for at least 52 weeks.

Do not simply list projects on which you worked or list experience in terms of accomplishments or
achievements. You must describe duties you perform that pertain to the requirements for this position.

Information not specifically stated in your resume cannot be assumed. Information copied or restated from the announcement or rating criteria will not be considered. If this occurs, you may be found ineligible.

See QUALIFICATIONS for information on what your resume must demonstrate.

SF-50 - recommended for current and former federal employees

VETERANS DOCUMENTS - submit DD-214 / Member 4 copy showing Dates of Service and Character of Service. (*See below if still on active duty.) This information must be provided to establish veteran's preference.

For 10-point preference based on a service-connected disability, you must also submit SF-15 (Application for 10-Point Veterans' Preference) and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

For derived preference submit SF-15 and documents specified on the reverse of the SF-15.

  • Current active-duty military claiming preference under Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act - submit certification that you will be discharged under honorable conditions within 120 days of the certification date. Your letter must be signed by or under direction of the appropriate personnel office, unit commander or higher headquarters. Certifications must be on official letterhead from appropriate military branch and must include dates of service, expected discharge date. type of discharge, character of service, rank and date when terminal leave begins. Since service after Aug 31, 2010, is generally not qualifying for preference, include any qualifying campaign or expeditionary medals you received.

MILITARY SPOUSES - see USAJOBS Help Center | Military Spouses - submit marriage certificate and proof that your spouse is still an active-duty member of the military.

ICTAP - see Career Transition (opm.gov) -must provide:
- written notice of eligibility or copy of separation SF-50 (Notice of Personnel Action) and
- most recent performance rating of at least \"fully successful\" (Level III) or equivalent

ICTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from other federal agencies.

CTAP only applies to competitive service employees in the local commuting area displaced from SSA - currently no one meets this requirement.

Preference will be granted based on the documents received.

Help

This job is open to

  • Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)

    Federal employees who meet the definition of a \"surplus\" or \"displaced\" employee.

  • The public

    U.S. Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.

  • Military spouses

Clarification from the agency

Vacancy is open to All US Citizens. This position is not authorized to be filled virtually or through outstationing. The Official Duty Station (ODS) for this position is Durham, North Carolina. To participate in telework, you will be required to reside within a 2-hour commute to this ODS by the time of your appointment.

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