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UNIT: Facilities Management Office (FMO), Camp Ripley
LOCATION: Camp Ripley, MN
SELECTING OFFICIAL: LTC Troy Fink, (320) 616-2602
A Facility Management Specialist, GS-1640-09, Participates in the development of long-range programs which provide facilities for the performance of administrative, logistic, maintenance and training functions of the Army National Guard (ARNG). Provides guidance on the development of facilities operations and maintenance methods, standards and techniques. Recommends and implements preventive maintenance procedures to ensure life expectancy of operational facilities. Prepares initial plans and specifications for alterations/repairs. Reviews historical maintenance data and writes reports to explain technical difficulties in maintaining facilities, and recommends solutions. Assists and provides guidance to facility managers/building custodians in determining safe, effective, and economical use and operation of Army National Guard (ARNG) facilities. Reviews construction and maintenance requests to determine propriety. Determines the initial scope of minor and recurring construction projects through coordination and consultation with using agencies. Assists in identifying appropriate funding sources and/or project resources. Processes programming documents to include project booklets, initial cost estimates for construction, maintenance, or repair of facilities. Coordinates preparation of architectural and engineering drawings covering a broad range of modifications for existing ARNG facilities within the state. Assists in review of architect and engineer design and space criteria for economical utilization of facilities and equipment. Coordinates with military, federal, state and local government agencies on matters concerning fire prevention, protection and suppression. Performs routine inspections of existing facilities to ensure ongoing maintenance is accomplished within applicable guidelines. Assists the Engineering Technician in final inspections of new facilities and projects to ensure compliance with OSHA and contract specifications. Ensures maintenance of necessary records relating to authorization, progress, production, cost and materials used incident to minor construction projects accomplished by troop labor, and major maintenance and repair projects accomplished by any combination of resources. Reviews training site and service agreement payments for compliance with NGB guidance. May serve as administrator of the Major Capital Maintenance Rehab program. Performs other duties as assigned. (See more duties on PD D0537000)
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