Manages the overall operational aspects of the Garrison Training Center to include long and short range planning; and directing the operation, maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, and construction of all real property. Oversees the operation of all installation training center facilities, utilities, buildings, structures, roads, ranges, water systems, disposal systems, sewage systems, bridges, communications and electrical systems. Oversees the development and implementation of the Training Center Master Plan and Range Development Plan in close coordination with the facilities engineer, other directorate staffs, and other DOD agencies to ensure long-term capabilities are available to support national defense initiatives. Ensures the provision of supply, support to troops, and training. Manages a variety of funds including program management of Range and Training Program (RTLP) funds and Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) funds. Coordinates with the Directorate of Facilities Engineering for agricultural out lease funds, Military Construction (MILCON & UMI) funds, and Base Operations (BASEOPS) minor construction/ maintenance and repair funds. Ensures that funds provided are expended as directed within terms of the law or other agreement and that sound management principles are used to assure maximum utilization of all resources. Determines the format and content of agreements necessary to define and provide for the support and services required by all tenant activities. Directs the development of regulations, procedures and operating instructions tailored to the specific needs of the training center and addresses such functions as logistics and facilities management, range operations, administrative requirements, etc. Implements programs to ensure compliance with all environmental and natural resource regulations established by Federal, state, and local agencies. Responsible for insuring that the installation has the requisite noise abatement program, noise complaint processing system and follow up reporting program. Ensures required environmental documentation are current and available for public review. Ensures the continuous operational mobilization readiness of the training center and the operational ability on short notice (less than 24 hours) to support state and federal agencies in support of national defense initiatives. Maintains notification roster for call up of key personnel for immediate operational support. Directs support and coordination of secured operations in support of national defense initiatives with MACOM or higher commands. Oversees the development and implementation of peacetime aspects of the training center mobilization mission. Ensures the development and implementation of plans to prepare personnel assigned to the training center to receive mobilized units; fill requisitions; direct actions to support personnel and provide equipment to enhance operational status of deployed units. As required, directs assigned personnel and units designated to mobilize at the training center, in the planning and conducting of exercises designed to test the mobilization capability of the installation staff and mobilizing units. Communicates and coordinates with NGB, commands of other MACOMs, states, their staffs and various organizational headquarters on matters pertaining to supply and training support activities. Coordinates, supervises, and conducts pre-camp conferences with higher headquarters staff personnel and organizational commanders. Attends meetings, communicates, and coordinates with Federal, state, and city officials, and civic organizations for the purpose of obtaining public services, planning for future needs, and discussing community problems or development plans that affect training center operations and the community. Interacts with the local media and handles sensitive public relations problems. Responds to congressional inquiries concerning legislation that has potential impact on current and future training center operations and training. Develops procedures and implements programs to ensure, the physical security and safety of the employees, tenants, facilities, and property of the installation Training Centers. In coordination with troop commanders, directs the establishment of recreational sites and provides recreational equipment in support of troop welfare programs. Primarily serves as a 1st level supervisor. Plans work to be accomplished by subordinates, sets and adjusts short-term priorities, and prepares schedules for completion of work; assigns work to subordinates based on priorities, selective consideration of the difficulty and requirements of assignments, and the capabilities of employees; evaluates work performance of subordinates; gives advice, counsel, or instruction to employees on both work and administrative matters. Performs other duties as assigned.