The incumbent serves as a Departmental expert in long-term planning and space management matters and is the primary, day-to-day contact point for such issues. The incumbent offers expert level advice and guidance on all elements of facility and site planning within the context of good financial stewardship. Incumbent must be well versed in state of the art developments in planning, master planning, needs analysis, sustainability/greening, facility and force protection.Learn more about this agency
As an Interdisciplinary General Engineer, Architect, Community Planner you will:
- Serve as the primary advisor to the Director and Deputy Director, AMSO on program management matters relating to Departmental and other policies, procedures, regulations, techniques and other matters directly affecting capital facility, repairs and improvements, historical preservation, asset mission, portfolio prioritization, and campus master planning.
- Conduct a wide variety of analytical studies necessary to provide a rationale basis for key policy and program decisions made by AMSO leadership in relation to developing and implementing OPDIV-level facility programs of National importance.
- Ensure that the Office's plans are integrated into and support a broad range of facility planning-related matters, which fall under the auspices of the Director of AMSO.
- Monitor, coordinate, and advise AMSO's nation-wide funding, schedules, and programs; and evaluate activities and their impact upon master planning program initiatives for the office and the agency.
- Be responsible for analysis of administrative organization, policies, procedures, practices, and studies.
- Serve as advocate for development of CDC/ATSDR capital and repairs and improvements programs and components thereof.
- Serve as the subject matter expert for the development, sustenance, and administration of a Nationwide Capital or Repairs and Improvements Program, Green/sustainable Facilities Program, or OPDIV-level Master Planning.
- Coordinate activities with various CDC/ATSDR CIOs and external entities that play a role in facilities-related programs.
- Provide professional technical guidance on plans, and programs for modification of historic real property facilities on CDC/HHS campuses and sites installations.
- Serve as the point of contact to all CDC/ATSDR locations to support their facility planning programs and goals
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position at least 5% domestic.
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