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Management Property

Location:
Takoma Park, Maryland, United States
Salary:
Open
Posted:
January 20, 2017

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STANLEY SMITH Evening Phone: 571-***-****, Day Phone: 571-***-**** acydyw@r.postjobfree.com

**** **** ******. **, **********, DC 20019

Country of Citizenship:

United States

Veterans' Preference:

5-point preference based on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces (TP) Registered for Selective Service:

I am a male born on or after January 1, 1960, and I have registered for the Selective Service. Highest Grade:

12

ICTAP Eligible:

Yes

Availability: Job Type: Permanent, Internships

Work Schedule: Full-Time, Shift Work

Desired locations: US - VA - Vienna

US - DE

US - DC - District of Columbia

US - FL

US - GA

US - MD

US - NC

US - VA

US - VA - Richmond

Professional Overview

Property Administration Specialist (This is a federal job) WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND, WASHINGTON, DC US 08/2010-09/2011 Hours per week: 40

Supervisor: Denroy Smith (571-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Oversight of the contracted Government Property Administration Program, within Garrison Command, with responsibility for the surveillance and control of Government property under the Base Operations Contract. Ensures contractor compliance with the provisions of individual contracts for accounting, management and care of Government property from acquisition to final disposition. Independently executes the planning and implementation of the total property management program for all assigned contracts and for continuous surveillance/evaluation of contractor's property control system(s). Identifies, assesses, and manages program risk.

Determines appropriate method for testing each property control function and conducts property control system analyses accordingly. Receives, reviews, and accepts or rejects contractor's property control procedures and revisions. Investigates and prepares reports and makes determinations of liability and responsibility for Loss, Damage or Destruction(LDD) of Government Property in possession of contractors. Serves as responsible official for determining approval of Government Property Control Systems, or recommend withholding/withdrawal of the approval status to the Contracting Officer. Acts as Senior, authoritative advisor on all matters concerning Government Property Management. Interprets guidance from the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS) (Parts 45 & 52), DOD Manual 4161.2-M and other regulatory documents, as applicable. Serves as a resource for other Property Administrator on property administration policies and procedures.

Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INSPECTOR GENERAL, ARLINGTON, VA US 03/2009-08/2010 Hours per week: 45

Series: 2010 Pay Plan: YA Grade: 02

Supervisor: Robert McCroskey (703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Assist in developing and maintaining a comprehensive Office Inspector General, Department of Defense Property Accountability System(DPAS) for such items as office furniture; audio visual, communications, computer and office automation equipment; vehicles; equipment, personal property. Ensure that all property received is accurately recorded and controlled through the Defense Property Accountability System(DPAS). Assign responsibility for property control at the STANLEY SMITH Evening Phone: 571-***-****, Day Phone: 571-***-**** acydyw@r.postjobfree.com Page 2 user-level in accordance with governing directives, instructions, and manuals. Ensure appropriate audit trails are maintained of all property transactions in the property management system. Assist the Inventory Management Officer(MO) with manual and electronic accountability procedures using the DPAS for property issue, retention and/or disposal of assets. Maintain the association/link between employee and equipment/property throughout an employee's tenure with the OIG. Assist the IMO in coordinating with the employees and component representatives to ensure completion of an Accountable Property Transaction Document (DOD Forms 5000.64-1 and -2), and ensure that DPAS and all manual records are updated and kept current for all employees. Ensure that all OIG property is accurately identified to include tagging or labeling if appropriate, and that proper procedures are followed with regard to missing, damaged, or lost property. Conduct scheduled physical inventories and spot checks. Performs quality analyses of services and equipment to ensure mission needs are met. Interpret and recommend changes to and ensures compliance with the provisions of DOD 5000.64. Accountability and Management of DOD-Owned Equipment and Other Accountable Property when issuing assets and updates the DPAS. Remain abreast of new public laws, DOD instructions, regulations, manuals, administrative regulations, Code of Federal Regulations, and Federal Acquisition Regulations concerning property accountability as may be required. Provide guidance and instructions to OIG responsible-officials. Prepare memoranda, reports, written guidance and other documentation in support of the property management program. Provide training to DOD IG personal property accountability policies and procedures. Maintain security and accountability of all classified or sensitive items identified in the property accountability system. Ensure that component representatives have current equipment lists. Participate in studies to resolve problems in existing supply systems and programs to develop solutions. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY (DTRA), FORT BELVOIR, 11/2008-03/2009 VIRGINIA, VA US

Hours per week: 40

Series: 2010 Pay Plan: YA Grade: 02

Supervisor: Andre Smith (703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Maintained security and accountability of all classified or sensitive items identified in the property accountability system. Ensured component representatives had most current equipment lists. Participated in studies to resolve problems in existing supply systems and programs to develop solutions. Assisted in the development and maintenance of a comprehensive Defense Threat Reduction Department of Defense Property Accountability System(DPAS) for office furniture, audio/visual, communications, computer and office automation equipment; personal property; vehicles; equipment. Ensured that all property received was accurately recorded and controlled through the Property Management System. Assigned responsibility for property control at the user-level in accordance with governing directives, instructions, and manuals. Ensured appropriate audit trails were maintained of all property transactions in the property management system.

Assisted the Inventory Management Officer (IMO) with manual and electronic accountability procedures using the Defense Property Accountability (DPAS) for property issue, retention and/or disposal of assets. Assisted the IMO in coordinating with the employees and component representatives to ensure completion of an Accountable Property Transaction Document (DOD Forms 4140. 1-2), and ensured that DPAS and all manual records were updated and kept current for all employees. Ensured that all DTRA property was accurately identified to include tagging or labeling if appropriate, and that proper procedures were followed with regard to missing, damaged, or lost property. Plant and Minor Personal Property Manager (This is a federal job) OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH (ONR) 02/2006-11/2008 Arlington, VA US

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0301

Supervisor: Frederick E. Esposito (703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Responsible for the acquisition, distribution, retention, and disposal of all plant & minor property inventory with an estimated monetary value of $4.5 million for the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Headquarters Management Division and all related departments, agencies, and regional offices. Responsible for the procurement and accountability of all office furniture, equipment (inclusive of computer hardware), supplies, administrative services contract support and various program assessments for all ONR departments, agencies and regional offices. Conducted studies and analyses to determine logistics and facilities property requirements. Evaluated the effectiveness of logistics and facilities property programs and provide conclusions and solutions to management. Maintained and revised standard operating procedures and official directives pertaining to all aspects of property management. Provided managerial advice and guidance to Headquarters and STANLEY SMITH Evening Phone: 571-***-****, Day Phone: 571-***-**** acydyw@r.postjobfree.com Page 3 field personnel regarding property management policies, procedures, and directives. Ensured delivery receipts and transactions; automated/manual inventories; and personal property/equipment shipments were finalized promptly, efficiently, and accurately. Responsible for updating and maintaining the National Bar Code System, the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS), and various other automated inventory systems implemented and used by ONR. Administered and utilized the DOD Automation Resource Management System (ARMS) to strategize the implementation and obtain the benefits of reusing and distributing ONR excess computer (hardware and software) resources. Inspected, identified, and replaced defective property/equipment. Coordinated resolutions of maintenance and repair problems/concerns with the building manager. Provided training to staff on equipment usage, repair, and maintenance. Obtained, reviewed, and finalized purchase requests to ensure purchases were in compliance with goods and services directives and guidelines. Utilized the NAVRIS to initiate and process procurement requests, blanket purchase agreement

(BPA), call orders, government purchase cards (GPC), and other authorize acquisitions methods. Negotiated with various contractors and vendors to ensure the most economical cost-efficient price was obtained for the purchase of goods and services. Planned, reviewed, and implemented Headquarters, departments, agencies, and regional offices budgets for the acquisition of furniture, equipment, expendable office supplies and other service/contract costs. Reconciled and certified monthly bank card billing/statements. Position required knowledge of DON, DOD, FAR, & GSA procurement regulations, policies, and procedures. Mentored, managed, and trained team members. Building Management Specialist (This is a federal job) DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON, DC US 11/2000-02/2006 Hours per week: 40

Series: 0301 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Supervisor: Winnie Turner (202-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Responsible for the overall management and oversight of the Department of Transportation (DOT)/NASSIF Building day to day building operations inclusive of maintenance, repair, and improvements of the overall building and its equipment, electrical, heating, air conditioning, elevator, plumbing and security systems. Initiated and completed mandatory inspections to evaluate the building conditions to determine the requirements for maintenance, repairs and improvements. Established, verified, and determined the short-term and long-term requirements of the building operation maintenance to prevent the disruption of the DOT vital day to day operations. Arranged, supervised, and monitored construction, maintenance, demolition, and repair projects/services with building contractors and vendors. Evaluated and examined building projects/services for work and cost effectiveness. Coordinated and monitored all work order and/or cost changes with contractors and vendors until the completion of the projects/services requirements.

Ensured all services and repairs work scopes were completed accurately and within the required timeframe. Prepared and implemented building operation technical guidance and assistance in according with mandatory regulations, directives, and guidance. Managed, operated, and maintained the safety and security of building systems, reporting any problems or inconsistencies to the appropriate personnel, building management agencies, and/or fire and law authorities. Prepared and finalized contract statements necessary for obtaining contracts to obtain services and support for the operation, maintenance, repair, and minor internal and external construction of the building. Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON, DC US 12/1999-11/2000 Salary: 40,000.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 2010 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 9/5

Supervisor: Winnie Turner (202-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Responsible for assisting in planning, coordinating, and implementing policies, procedures, and directives associated with the acquisition, disposal, and utilization of properties for the Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST), Transportation Administrative Service Center (TASC), Surface Transportation Board (STB), and National Aeronautical Charting Office

(NACO). Established and implemented procedures to complete acquisition and accountability processes accurately and on time. Developed guidelines for usage in obtaining stock numbers of unique property/equipment items and identified authorized substitutions. Purchased and distributed supplies in accordance with acquisition guidelines. Implemented guidelines and training programs for all TASC, OST, and STB property custodians to ensure property records and files were maintained in accordance with policies and directives. Provided leadership in ensuring all property custodians were applying procedures to their day to day service in order to provide timely and high quality service to customers. Assisted in the development and administration of the TASC and OST records management programs ensuring the operation of the programs were in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. STANLEY SMITH Evening Phone: 571-***-****, Day Phone: 571-***-**** acydyw@r.postjobfree.com Page 4 Lead Material Expediter NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH, BETHESDA, MD US 07/1995 - 12/1999 Hours per week: 0

Received, inspected, and distributed property, equipment, and supplies received into the Agency. Established and implemented material storage and handling methods and procedures in accordance with governmental policies and agency directives pertaining to personnel safety, property/material damages, and efficient space utilization. Provided technical support and guidance to the various departments to ensure effective usage and disposition of ongoing acquisition transactions. Reviewed and finalized supply requests to ensure the most economical cost purchases were processed. Managed and maintained the agency warehouse and storerooms to ensure property and equipment were readily obtainable for distribution and mandatory inventories. Assembled stock and special procurement items into kits for distribution to various on site and regional locations. Conducted safety meetings. Supervised, managed and trained new employees

Support Service Assistant (This is a federal job) US ARMY OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY, ARLINGTON, VA US 06/1993 - 07/1995 Salary: 23,848.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0342 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 6/7

Supervisor: Colonel Schaltzer (703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Organized, processed, and distributed all incoming and outgoing mail for the Office of the Chief Legislative Liaison (OCCL). Determined security level of various mail and/or parcel and disseminated them (various mail and/or parcel) in accordance with the agency policies and guidelines. Developed and maintained departmental records and files of all parcel shipments received and sent. Researched publications, correspondences, map books, and various articles requested by OCCL personnel and congressional staff offices. Established, maintained, and updated OCLL reference files of administrative regulations, circulars, memoranda, and publications. Obtained and delivered official documents, visas, equipment, and correspondences to various offices on Capitol Hill. Supply Technician (This is a federal job) U.S. ARMY SERVICE CENTER FOR THE ARMED FORCES, ARLINGTON, VA US 04/1988 - 06/1993 Hours per week: 40

Series: 2005 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 6/4

Supervisor: Ken Forsch ((703) ***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Initiated, coordinated, and finalized joint inventories to determine (1) the accuracy of property accountability; (2) the effectiveness of the department and associated agencies property management operations; and (3) the maintenance requirements of various equipment and property. Worked closely with the department property book officers to ensure the management of the assigned property were being maintained and recorded in accordance with various policies and guidelines. Provided inventory management advice and guidance on the required accountability documentation needed for inventories, equipment and supplies. Reviewed and finalized supply requests to ensure the most economical cost purchases were processed. Ensure all the department property/equipment were identifiable either via barcodes and/or serials/U.S. numbered equipment. Assisted management in the formulating and finalization of documentation to justify lost, damaged, and/or destroyed property/equipment. Conducted tangible annual, cyclic, and/or ‘requested’ inventories. Evaluated and made necessary adjustment to the records for accurate property/equipment gains and/or losses in accordance with AR 710-2, AR 735-5 and DA PAM 701-2-1.

Education

George Mason University Washington, DC US

Certification 12/2005

GPA: 4.0 of a maximum 4.0

Major: Facility Management

Monroe High School Albany US

High School or equivalent 06/1974

Albany State University Albany US

Some College Coursework Completed

STANLEY SMITH Evening Phone: 571-***-****, Day Phone: 571-***-**** acydyw@r.postjobfree.com Page 5 Major: Business Management

NOVA Community College Alexandria, VA US

Some College Coursework Completed

Major: Business Administration

Job Related Training

Introduction to Personal Property-1999

Redesign-Installation/TDA-1992

Government Impact Purchase Card

508 Compliance Courses

NAVRIS Acquisition Courses

Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS)

Personal Property

Project Manager Courses

Language Skills

Language Spoken Written Read

Akkadian None None None

English Advanced Advanced Advanced

Affiliations

Additional Information

**Active Secret Clearance

**Knowledgeable of Personal Property policies and procedures and experience in the management and accountability of Personal Property

**Experience in computer software applications and programs such as Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & Access)

**Experience in the operation and usage of the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) and ONR NAVRIS

** Working knowledge and experienced in the administration and operational requirements of the various types of governmental contracts

** Office automation expertise includes developing databases; word processing and spreadsheet functions; analyzing current and proposed workflow; develop requirements to improve and automate tasks.



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