This position is located at Naval Base Guam (NBG). NOTE: When a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) with the federal government is performed, the IRS considers the majority of entitlements to be taxable. The Relocation Income Tax Allowance (RITA) may offset the impact of some of these taxes. Additional Info: www.dfas.mil/civilianemployees/civrelo/taxableentitlements.html OR www.dfas.mil/civilianemployees/civrelo/Civilian-Moving-Expenses-Tax-Deduction.htmlLearn more about this agency
Major duties and responsibilities are summarized below.
Program management. Serves as the senior and primary advisor to the Commanding Officer, NBG, overseeing the effective and efficient administration and management of all Fleet Readiness Programs and operations. Develops and executes comprehensive operating and capital budgets to support ongoing programs and proposed program offerings. Provides administrative and technical direction as it pertains to developing program budgets, implementing marketing strategies, initiating facility maintenance programs, defining staffing requirements, and streamlining all business and logistical operations. Conducts local reviews of Fleet Readiness Programs and operations to ensure compliance with governing directives and prescribed fiduciary standards. Develops strategic plans within the framework of available funds, manpower, facilities, equipment, supplies, and existing services.In collaboration with JRM J9 oversees and executes a full range of Fleet Readiness Programs offered to NBG and tenant commands.Continuously evaluates management procedures and departmental programs by analysis of financial plans and projections, audits, inspections, reports, and by personal visits to other Fleet Readiness activities under the cognizance of CNIC, Department of Defense (DOD), or commercially operated components.
Supervisory. Directly supervises assigned staff at the Installation Program Manager level. Conducts annual performance reviews of staff. Ensures staff receives proper training to fulfill requirements of their positions. Addresses potential disciplinary and/or performance issues timely and takes appropriate, corrective action(s) as necessary. Supports CNIC’s Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policy; fosters a work environment free of discrimination, harassment, and/or reprisal; ensures all subordinate staff understand and adhere to the policy; and ensures treatment of all staff is fair and equitable.
A complete list of duties and responsibilities will be provided at the time of hire.
Occasional travel - Travel up to 20% to different locations, on or off-island may be required
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