This position is located in the Office of Inspector General, Office of Management and Policy, Division of Procurement and Administrative Services, Branch of Administrative Services. The incumbent functions as Space Management Officer.Learn more about this agency
- Provides a broad range of administrative services and evaluates OIG space in light of specialized OIG needs and Federal regulations; Develops and manages the budget for planned and on-going space initiatives, facility maintenance, energy conservation, procurement of supplies and equipment, parking coordination and system furniture planning and installation.
- Ensures preparation of preliminary cost estimates; Advises OIG managers and MSSs on acquisition, space utilization and design, determines requirements for all OIG furniture purchases and installations, relocation, and relinquishment of space; Coordinates with OASAM and GSA for the acquisition, utilization, relocation, and relinquishment of space in the Washington, DC area and all regional/field areas as required.
- Coordinates activities related to the movement of OIG employees and equipment to new office space; Provides advice to MSSs on equivalent matters involving OIG field offices; Monitors OIG space utilization on a national basis, using monthly and quarterly Departmental reports; Makes recommendations regarding the payments of GSA lease/rent bills; and participates in developing OIG guidance and policy on space management. Conducts periodic on-site space surveys and analysis required by GSA. DOL and/or OIG and takes corrective action when appropriate.
- Directs, coordinates or personally carries out the OIG headquarters facilities maintenance projects. Required activities include the development of strong working relationships with key stakeholders in OASAM/BOC; Acquisition and oversight of services for reconfiguration and replacement of workstations and furniture; day to day services such as: cleaning services; painting; pest control; document shredding; lighting and the management and distribution of office keys etc.
- Performs specific responsibilities as a certified Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), as a COR, provides technical guidance to assure that the technical scope and terms of the contract are met.
Occasional travel - May be required to support the mission of the Agency.
13 - There is no obligation to provide future promotions if you are selected. Promotions are dependent on your ability to perform the duties at a higher level, meet all the performance requirements, and supervisor’s recommendation to the next grade.
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