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Job Code :EAS-SM-KH-05-06-13
Job Type :Regular Full Time
Subsidiary/Site :Chugach McKinley, Inc. Eareckson Air Station (Shemya)
Location :Eareckson A.S, Shemya, AK US 99503
Career Level :Manager (Manager/Supervisor of Staff)
Education :Bachelor''s Degree
Job Description :
Who we are and what we do...
Chugach Alaska Corporation and subsidiaries
Our Mission is to set the standard for first-class business services in the global market. We offer an exciting work environment, competitive compensation and excellent benefits.
Chugachis a unique organization, capable of meeting the needs of government and private industries through a long-range program of business planning, training, and sound business practices. Chugach also provides complete project services to our clients, including design and construction of commercial and government facilities.
Chugach Alaska Corporation was one of the twelve original Native Regional Corporations formed under the Alaska Natives Claims Settlement Act of 1971. We are privately owned by Alaska Natives. Our stock is not publicly traded.
The Chugach family of companies consists of several subsidiaries and joint ventures that offer our clients professional assistance which combines high-quality base operations and maintenance services with state-of-the-art management services. Chugach''s success is based on an integrated management strategy, fostered by the vision of the Board and fueled by the commitment of our exceptionally skilled employees - who remain diligently focused on customer satisfaction.
EEO/AA Employer. Native Preference Applies Pursuant PL93-638
SUMMARY / GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB:
The Station Manager is responsible and accountable for the proper supervision, management, oversight, and execution of a wide variety of base operation support contract requirements. The incumbent serves as the senior on-site company representative. The Station Manager provides leadership, management, technical, and professional direction and guidance to the workforce through managers and supervisors responsible for airfield operations; base support (lodging, food service) services; logistics (supply, transportation, vehicle operations and maintenance) services; safety and quality control; environmental management; installation security; facilities management, operations, maintenance, repair and construction; communications and electronics; medical operations; and emergency management services. Applies leadership principles to promote employee development, creative thinking, empowerment and open communications.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND JOB FUNCTIONS:
· Guides managers/supervisors in work prioritization, implementing cost effective measures to work execution, and in making decisions regarding work quality.
· Develops and implements processes, procedures, and initiatives to effectively and successfully execute contract requirements, monitor progress, enhance performance, and address and resolve performance deficiencies.
· Communicates operational activities routinely to Operations Manager and various government agencies responsible for site operations.
· Interfaces regularly with on-site tenants to ensure maintenance activities and daily support are provided in accordance with Government Host Support Tenant Agreements.
· Directs and controls the activities as required to meet or exceed contract performance objectives and thresholds.
· Performs all necessary management functions in order to plan, implement, track, report, and deliver the required services described in the applicable Performance Work Statement (PWS).
· Leverages resources and develops engineering planning methods and techniques to accomplish site-wide maintenance, repair, and minor construction work.
· Directs contract activities through subordinate managers/supervisors and sets the priorities for the entire workforce. Conducts regular work control and scheduling meetings to ensure the effective execution of work (direct scheduled work, recurring maintenance, over and above).
· Conducts regular staff meetings. Monitors all work in-progress and adjusts work and/or staff to meet variable workloads and/or changes in work and schedules which cannot be accurately predicted.
· Reviews and approves proposed work schedules and assess long- and short-range work plans.
· Provides technical and professional expertise, advice, and opinions on work of significant depth and complexity.
· Plans and formulates work plans, organizes tasks, and reviews maintenance data to determine efficiency and effectiveness, and to ensure successful contract performance.
· Recommends courses of action and alternatives to avoid problems in the contract.
· In conjunction with subordinate managers, responds to all on-site emergencies.
· Resolves complex, technical maintenance and repair problems associated with mechanical, civil, electrical, sanitation, and structural disciplines.
· Coordinates activities and schedules with various government agencies and on-site tenants.
· Serves as a consultant to the 611thAir Support Group (ASG) on complex problems critical to the 611thobjectives, and briefs Air Force leadership and higher authorities as required, providing timely guidance relating to on-site operations.
· Interacts with various 611thASG offices and personnel as required to maintain effective communication exchange and positive relationships.
· Ensures project goals/objectives and contract obligations are met, and sound business practices are appropriately and consistently applied.
· Develops budgets, manages within approved budgets, and reports financial status. Interfaces daily with managers to ensure their respective departments are effectively and efficiently administered at or under approved budgets.
· Oversees and monitors subcontracted services. Ensures services are performed in conformance with subcontract requirements.
· Works closely with managers in developing and implementing strategies, processes, and initiatives within their respective department/area of services in order to achieve customer satisfaction, and meet and/or exceed performance on contract Service Delivery Summary items (Performance Metrics).
· Develops and maintains good working relationships with contract customers, subcontractors, and suppliers.
· Establishes and administers local operating policies and procedures consistent with the contract, various 611thASG, and corporate policies, procedures, standards, requirements, and expectations.
· Maintains a positive and energetic attitude in order to attract, retain, and develop competent and productive employees by giving proper direction, guidance, training, and counseling.
· Reviews proposed department purchases, financial transactions and obligations, and approves within delegated authorities. Manages the site budget and prioritizes requirements to balance funding and support the mission of the site. When mission impacts are unavoidable due to equipment failure, the incumbent conveys the scope, breadth, and duration of mission impacts to customers.
· Manages all project personnel in accordance with corporate policies and procedures, and union collective bargaining agreements. Ensures compliance with existing union collective bargaining agreements in the execution of contract requirements.
· Conducts employee performance evaluations; planning, assigning, and directing work; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing employee complaints; and resolving personnel/task conflicts/problems.
· Ensures safe work environment for all employees free from harassment, intimidation, retaliation, or discrimination.
· Responds to 611thASG and Contracting (CONS), and corporate request for information and data, and prepares a variety of correspondence.
· Ensures contract deliverables are accurately prepared and submitted timely, and in accordance with contract requirements.
· Develops and maintains an effective vehicle and equipment management and maintenance program the ensures proper tracing of all company and government provided assets, vehicle/equipment utilization, scheduling of maintenance functions, inspection of assets, etc.
· Participates and supports health, safety, and environmental requirements actively, and addresses issues to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and obligations specific to the contract.
· Provides safety management leadership and commitment by developing, implementing, monitoring, and improving initiatives focused on safety performance. Supports, develops, and i8mplements safety strategies and programs to reduce injuries and avoid losses.
· Demonstrates quality control leadership and commitment by participation and improvement to the Quality Control Program.
· Exercises sound business practices/methods to ensure all business activities are in compliance with all corporate policies/procedures and contract requirements; are carried out in a legal and ethical manner and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations; and are in accordance with good corporate safety practices.
· Performs related work as assigned.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand and/or walk for long periods at a time; sit; use hands and fingers; handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop; kneel; crouch or crawl. The employee must be able to speak and hear, with occasional specific vision abilities required to include close vision. Occasional lifting, handling, or moving of objects without assistance weighing up to 35 pounds may be required. Work hours are subject to change, with weekend and/or holiday work as needed. Occasional travel may be required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
· Knowledge of health, safety, and environmental requirements as outlined in applicable regulations, standards, and/or technical orders.
· Knowledge of government contracting terminologies and applications.
· Skill in the use of common office machinery, including copiers, fax machines, and computers.
· Outstanding organizational skills to ensure an efficient operation.
· Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
· Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing at all levels within a diverse organization.
· Ability to analyze, interpret, and apply information and procedures.
· Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
· Ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple high-level tasks.
· Demonstrated ability to develop and execute plans efficiently and within budget.
· Ability to create and maintain a positive team atmosphere with effective interpersonal skills and the ability to work professionally with a variety of people and personalities.
Job Requirements :
· Bachelor’s degree in management, project or business administration, or science/technical fields.
o Four (4) years of base operations and support (BOS) project, program, or operations management experience may be substituted for Bachelor’s degree.
· Four (4) years successful management experience (not removed due to performance) on BOS or operations and maintenance (O & M) contracts at a remote location(s) accessible only by air and/or sea.
· Six (6) years of proven BOS managerial experience leading, managing, and directing a large (greater than 50 people) multi-specialized workforce in the execution of base support services as described in this position description. Experience must be current or within the last two (2) years.
· Experience with the FAR, DFARS, and other federal regulatory guidance, laws, and requirements.
· Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office software, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
· Sub-professional engineering knowledge and broad background in facility maintenance and construction principles, methods, and techniques.
· Valid state driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.
· Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance before hire.
· Ability to obtain and maintain a Medical Clearance before hire.
· Ability to successfully pass a pre-hire physical and drug screen.
· Advanced degree in engineering/science field, management, finance, or contracting.
· Seven (7) or more years of direct/hands-on experience working in a managerial/supervisory role on a Department of Defense (DoD), U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Operations and Maintenance contract or operation.
· Direct knowledge of and hand-on experience with unions and collective bargaining agreements and U.S. Department of Labor employment law (regulations/terms and Fair Labor Standards Act).
· Strong knowledge of U.S. Department of Labor Regulations/terms (e.g. Davis-Bacon Act and McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act).
The position is at a remote location, Eareckson A.S., Shemya, AK, rotation 90 days on duty/ 21 days off. Transportation provided from Anchorage to Eareckson A.S., Shemya, AK; also includes food and lodging at Eareckson A.S., AK. Housing provided for employee ONLY
# of Openings :1
Closing Date :5/13/13
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Chugach Alaska Corporation, its subsidiaries, and joint ventures will provide equal employment opportunities to all persons and prohibits employment decisions on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disabling condition, political affiliation, protected veterans status, or sexual orientation. All selection, hiring, and promotion decisions will be based on valid job related requirements consistent with performance of the essential functions of the position. This policy is in keeping with Executive Order 11246, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1988, the Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Assistance Acts, as amended, and other applicable federal and state laws.
Chugach Alaska Corporation, its subsidiaries and joint ventures offer preference to Chugach Alaska Corporation shareholders, descendants and other Native Americans pursuant to Public Law 100-241.
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