This position is located in the Office of Management (OM), Logistics and Acquisitions Division (LAD), Realty and Building Operations Branch (RBOB), in Washington, DC.Learn more about this agency
The incumbent serves as an architect with responsibility for the development of architectural and structural phases of construction projects, plans, design specifications or estimates concerned with facility and building utilization throughout the agency.
- Manages the design, construction, and project management for multiple projects for Bureau locations nationwide; plans, organizes, coordinates and executes the many tasks which includes the planning, design, and construction of these projects; integrates the Branch’s strategic plan into the team’s strategies, goals, objectives, work plans and work products.
- Prepares design intent drawings, working drawings and diagrammatic sketches which translate facility requirements into plans, elevations, sections and details showing the design, location and dimensions of the various elements of the structure and the quantity and kinds of material t Performs feasibility studies regarding the costs, material, equipment placement and utilization, relating to the architectural phases of proposed projects.
- Performs feasibility studies regarding the costs, material, equipment placement and utilization, relating to the architectural phases of proposed projects.
- Works with Bureau personnel to develop statements of requirements containing such information as amounts of space required, purpose of projects, projected population, money limitations, site limitations and mechanical/electrical requirements.
25% or less - Travel required to attend construction progress meetings and construction sites.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Applications will be accepted from all U.S. citizens.
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