CO - Golden
Hours Per Week
Independently and with minimal direction, manage cross-functional team and all activities that are inclusive with lifecycle management of Government Property. Provide functional support and subject matter leadership to property system outcomes such as identification, records, reports, storage, movement, audits, inventory, consumption, utilization, agreements, and disposition. Lead a team of property professionals to fulfill contractual requirements for full-spectrum property management at a National Laboratory.
- Property Management General
- Operate a compliant and efficient property program.
- Coordinate, schedule, and prepare for internal and external program assessments.
- Coordinate with Sponsor in all aspects of program performance and reporting.
- Assist organizational personnel by providing training, resolving problems, and answering questions pertaining to lifecycle property management.
- Manage budget and expenditures for property program.
- Achieve and maintain required NPMA professional certification in property management.
- Property Outcomes
- Ensure outcomes are achieved through organization of staff, actions, and resources.
- Create, review and modify desk level procedures.
- Organize, conduct, and document self-assessments on individual outcomes.
- Identify problems, create corrective actions, implement corrections.
- Track trends, validate corrective actions, maintain standards.
- Back-fill or support staff-members needing assistance in their functional areas.
- Integration and Development
- Collaborate within the organization to ensure the harmonious operation of the property program.
- Identify internal and trans-organizational opportunities for strategic improvement.
- Lead initiatives that improve effectiveness and efficiency of the property program.
- Participate in group and consensus level discussions concerning the property program.
- Develop program level procedures and manage periodic changes.
- Leadership, Management, & Training
- Perform duties and execute responsibilities as a direct line manager.
- Provide mentorship and coaching to team members on the property enterprise.
- Effectively coordinate Property operations with Shipping & Receiving and Mobility.
- Provide property management training to all levels of the organization.
- Administer career development plans and promote professional growth of staff members.
Bachelor Degree in related field.
Previous management and budget adherence experience.
National Property Management Association (NPMA) Certified Professional Property Administrator (CPPA); or equivalent governmental or military accreditation in personal property management, contracting, or logistics.
Additional Required Qualifications
- 8-10 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education, skills and experience.
- Demonstrated proficiency as team leader or people manager.
- Comfortable in fulfilling mentorship role for subordinate team while accepting mentorship and guidance from colleagues and leadership.
- Proven track record of leading effective property management operations.
- Communication skills that effectively complement property expertise.
- History of translating procedures into effective actions and outcomes.
- Strong knowledge of FAR, DEAR, consensus standards, and common commercial practices in relation to property management.
- Previous supervisory management experience preferred.
- Experience with DOE personal property management regulations.
- Have developed and used key performance indicators (or similar) to monitor and regulate group performance.
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