Logistics Management Institute (LMI)
In this execution-focused client-facing position of Facility Operations Specialist, a successful candidate will possess strong project management skills and will work closely with the larger PMO team within their sector, providing oversight and monitoring on the PMO’s portfolio of maintenance projects.Desired experience to include:\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\rResponsibilities\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\rManage a portfolio of client facilities within the sector of assignment;Supports Facility Operations Manager (FMs) in tasks related SOW/IGE writing, Procurement processes (ie. TRIRIGA Opportunity entries, creating PRRs, etc.), and coordinating maintenance actions with sites and contractors;Works with Corridor Managers/Specialists to gather detailed information of sites, equipment, repairs, etc. to be reported to upper management;Possesses Facility Management experience to clarify work order requests and monitors minor repair and task order performance;Support all project requirements, which may include providing acquisition program management consulting and analysis as required to facilitate the success of specific programsShall provide assistance in the development of a variety of acquisition-related Programs supported business documents (such as SOW/SOO/PWS) in accordance with USACE, FAA, GSA, CBP, and FARWill assist the government in the preparation of Market Research, Determination of Findings, and analysis of Alternatives (AoA) documentation Will assist in the preparation of Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE) and lifecycle costs for acquisition and program support requirementsManage, track, and report on the required funding and the budget for the initiative project, or task in its purviewSupport the PMO by monitoring maintenance work and tracking the completion, assisting the government in developing repair solutions for facilities, and developing task and project documentation as requiredAssist the government in oversight and monitoring of environmental task completion and shall assist the government in making sure all permits, warranties, and equipment documentation is accounted for in the appropriate systems of recordShall act as a single point-of-contact for all parties/partners involved within these projects\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\rQualifications\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r\r5 or more years of related work experience is required;Bachelor’ or equivalent degree is required;Possess a proven experience developing and maintaining working relationships with high level officials and technical experts;Ability to work collaboratively with all team members;Excellent written and oral communication skills;Expertise with Microsoft office suite of programs, especially MS PowerPoint, Excel, and Word;Experience working in a fast-based, analytical environment;Experience working within MS Project, SAP and Primavera P6 preferred.Specialized Skills/Certifications include:Must be able to obtain CBP Public Trust;Completed CBP Background Investigation clearance strongly preferred;PMP certification is preferred, but not required;DHS Experience is preferred.Availability for occasional travel.U.S citizenship is required for this position.SECURITY CLEARANCE STATEMENT:U.S citizenship is required for this position.
Logistics Management Institute (LMI)
Website : http://www.lmi.org
The complexity of problems facing government managers is such that we must bring to bear on them the most experienced, capable, and creative business management talent we can find. —Robert S. McNamara To tackle those complex problems, Secretary of Defense McNamara recommended establishing an organization of specialists. Three weeks later, in October 1961, LMI was born. Since then, LMI has evolved, growing and building on its rich history of public service by bringing the best management and technical minds to address intricate issues across government. As administrations, priorities, and policies have changed over the last 50 years, LMI’s mission has remained constant: LMI is a mission-driven consulting firm committed to improving the management of government. With more than 1,000 consultants, we design and implement practical solutions to some of the toughest problems facing federal leaders in logistics, management and information technology. We put our customers’ interests first, and have for more than 50 years. Our employees come from diverse backgrounds: government and defense, business and industry, and academia and research. More than half are either veterans or former civil servants, and more than 70 percent have advanced degrees. They work for LMI because they believe in our mission of improving the management of government. Public sector organizations value our not-for-profit status services in logistics, acquisition and financial management, infrastructure management, information management, organizational improvement, and policy and program support. We have comprehensive experience in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, health care, and energy and environment markets. LMI also invests in a research program that brings additional rigor, precision, and predictability to government decision-making. We encourage our employees to expand their expertise and use the results of their research to find new solutions to governments' greatest management challenges.