DIA employs a variety of professionals who serve throughout the workfo.....
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You will serve as the head of the Technical and Logistics Support.....
You will serve as the head of the Technical and Logistics Support Branch for the Technical Support Division.
You will be responsible and accountable for the operation, staff personnel and performance of the branch.
You will manage and oversee logistic support the Information Logistics Support (ILS) program and staff assignments for the Shipyard.
You will maintain close communications with the division head and Waterfront Chief Engineer (CHENG).
You will ensure products and services are fully aligned with ETA responsibilities and local expectations, setting technical standards and providing technical expertise.
You will ensure safe and reliable operations along with ensuring effective and efficient systems engineering.
You will develop and implement policies, processes, operating procedures and practices to ensure originators are aware of the importance of maintaining documents current and aligned to higher tier requirements.
You will coordinate and manage development, reviews, revisions, and implementation of Uniform Industrial Process Instructions (UIPI), Shipyard Industrial Process Instructions (IPI), and Uniform and Engineering Methods and Standards.
A GS-0801-12, GENERAL ENGINEER: Responsible for the acquisition, co.....
A GS-0801-12, GENERAL ENGINEER:
Responsible for the acquisition, construction, maintenance, repair, and operating of real property facilities, and provides related management, engineering, and other support work.
Specifically, this includes (a) acquisition, accountability, and disposal of real estate; (b) planning and programming of total requirements for the maintenance, repair, and construction of facilities including financial management of facility programs; (c) provision of basic utility services; (d) maintenance and repair of structures and associated equipment; (e) furnishing snow removal, pest control, fire prevention, and engineering services activities.
Directs total operations through subordinate civilian supervisory and non-supervisory personnel.
Plans, schedules and assigns work; establishes and monitors internal controls; and ensures uniform application of regulations, policies, directives, and professional engineering practices.
Considers a variety of elements in determining funds available, contour of land, soil condition, weather and its effect upon building material, new engineering concepts, USAF Guides, etc.
Accomplishes long and short range planning for replacement of facilities or equipment including contingency operations for potential war or domestic emergency conditions.
Oversees development and time phasing of operations and maintenance of real property facility and construction programs to ensure assimilation into the overall installation program.
Responsible for implementation of the "total programming" concept for maintenance, repair, and construction of facilities.
Advises on and reprograms activities to meet changes in mission and/or objectives requiring Commanders decision on phasing of specific activities and/or coordination with other activities.
Represents the Base Architect/Engineer at meetings and conferences with HQ ANG and intermediate command staff, Commanders and staff representatives of tenant organizations, Division and District Engineer representatives of the Corps of Engineers and Naval Facilities Engineering Command, metropolitan airports commission staff; FAA, Veterans Administration, highway department representatives; Federal, states, and city Environmental Protection Agency representatives.
Coordinates on plans, exchanges information, recommends policy or procedures and keeps apprised of new architecture and engineering developments.
Plans required organizational structures to establish the essential functional elements necessary to carry out architectural/engineering responsibilities most effectively and economically.
Delegates authority, ensures coordination, and develops new managerial methods and techniques to increase program effectiveness and decrease costs.
Coordinates with ANG Civil Engineer Directorate and Engineering Divisions, selected civilian engineer and/or the Navy Facilities Engineering/Corps of Engineers (COE) offices on higher echelon-approved projects under the Military Construction Program and Real Property Maintenance Programs and requirements pertinent thereto.
Provides technical instructions and information on architectural, engineering and other technical requirements and assigns phases of projects to subordinate architects, engineers, engineering technicians, and draftsmen.
Reviews work accomplishment during progress and, upon completion directs changes to achieve technically accurate and adequate layout and design computations, specifications, and estimates.
Establishes technical engineering and architectural processes, criteria, and functions.
Prepares or directs the preparation of engineering and architectural drawings, specifications and independent cost estimates for the construction, modification and maintenance of a wide variety of military buildings, structures, pavements, grounds, and utilities systems.
Reviews architectural drawings, sketches, and specifications for technical adequacy, constructability, maintainability, operability, and interpretation in terms of requirements for manpower, supplies, and equipment.
In staff meetings and in daily activities, presents briefings on acquisitions, construction, operation, maintenance, and financial management concerning real property facilities.
Develops and maintains effective engineering staff relationships with base and tenant organizations.
At the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) we are committed to di.....
At the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) we are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) and value a workforce that reflects the diverse experiences and perspectives of the communities we serve. As such, we welcome applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds who share our commitment to public service.
Serve as a Senior Adjudication Counsel within the Adjudication Group of the Office of the General Counsel.
Assist with the management and oversight of proceedings set before the Commission, including Section 12(j) proceedings and/or follow-on proceedings.
Review the record, the parties' briefs, and the relevant precedent; and draft opinions and orders in contested appeals from the decisions of administrative law judges, self-regulatory organizations, and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, as well as contested administrative proceedings set for a hearing before the Commission.
Advise senior OGC leadership and Commissioners' counsels on the highest complexity adjudicatory matters, which can involve precedent-setting legal issues and have a significant impact on the administration of the securities laws.
Provide guidance and feedback on the drafting of opinions and orders by others in adjudicatory matters.
Prepare legal interpretations and legal memoranda regarding difficult, complex, and/or novel legal problems, and lead junior attorneys in the preparation of such materials.
Draft, review, and edit pre-hearing orders in cases set for a hearing before the Commission.
Confer directly with operating divisions and other offices regarding matters within their expertise.
Assist the Appellate Group with appeals from Commission opinions.
Draft orders in response to motions in unassigned matters.
As a General Engineer you will join a DOT team comprised of transporta.....
As a General Engineer you will join a DOT team comprised of transportation professionals and work on various transportation-related engineering assessments and design studies which are intended to evaluate and improve the safety and performance of all modes of transportation systems and infrastructure. This Direct Hire Public Notice will be used to build a list/inventory of applicants that may be referred as vacancies become available.
The studies and work efforts in these engineering positions are intended to provide opportunity to increase knowledge and professional growth. Complexity of duties increases with experience and grade level.
Assists in performing specific portions of engineering assessments and design studies which are intended to evaluate and improve the safety and performance of all modes of transportation systems.
Assists in performing engineering studies requiring application of established engineering procedures and analysis tools. These assignments are defined by established objectives.
Assists in determining plans and designs for conventional and routine projects in the performance of the following: identifying project limits, providing design specifications to complete the work; preparation of preliminary designs; construction and design standards and codes; selecting the best solution from several precedence alternatives for performing portions of field work.
Prepares technical reports and presentations outlining methods used, findings, and conclusions.
Participates in meetings with co-workers and others, maintaining contacts with other professionals working in related areas for the purpose of gathering information.
The ideal candidate is an entry level engineer with a degree in professional engineering and has a desire to manage complex transportation-related projects. Preferred engineering fields include general, civil, mechanical, environmental, computer, software, electronics, electrical, systems, architectural, geomatics, construction/industrial, and engineering management. You must have superb analytical, communications, leadership, and problem-solving skills and be able to excel in a fast-paced environment.
Provides engineering analysis and advice on issues in technical ar.....
Provides engineering analysis and advice on issues in technical areas to the Director, Defense Standardization Program Office (DSPO) or other staff members for resolution of complex policy and/or procedural issues.
Engineering analysis and advice often involves coordination with all levels at the Department of Defense (DoD), Federal Government, private industry, and with foreign governments.
Responsible for development of applicable sections of DoDM 4120.24 and is the primary DSPO interface on electrical and mechanical engineering standardization issues.
Provides liaison within DoD (e.g. DMEA), and other government (e.g., NASA, FAA), and industry bodies regarding standardization activities, including participation with non-government standards bodies.
Participates with senior program analysts on outreach projects and supports DSP strategic objectives for customer outreach and/or projects directly related to the overall DSP program.
Serves on Working Groups to develop programs, evaluate proposals, lay out plans, evaluate controversial issues, capabilities, procedures and techniques, and conduct analyses to measure performance relative to DSP policies and procedures.
Develops and presents executive level briefings and maintain liaison with other components and agencies.
Resolves legal and factual problems with wide latitude for the exe.....
Resolves legal and factual problems with wide latitude for the exercise of independent judgement.
Advises and assists in the negotiation and preparation of contracts, contract clauses and other legal documents.
Analyzes facts, ascertains law bearing on legal issues, and prepares opinions outlining facts and legal issues, explaining legal principles and percepts, and recommends available actions which may be taken.
Provides substantive and remedial legal advice in drafting invitations to bid, request for proposals, awards, performance requirements interpretations, cancellations, and terminations, and enforcement of procurement contracts.
Serves as local legal counsel on lawsuits filed in the U.S. District Courts, the U.S. Court of Claims and the state courts against the depot.
Serves as a depot labor counselor and advises management or the Civilian Personnel Officer on legal aspects in disputes between employee organizations and management.
Advises management on problems arising out of federal and state programs relating to environmental pollution controls.
Performs planning and design work for substantial multi-phase new cons.....
Performs planning and design work for substantial multi-phase new construction, renovations, and improvement projects for real property facilities, including utility systems, utilizing a professional knowledge of engineering
Manages projects for new construction, renovations, and improvements to real property facilities and maintains surveillance over construction contractors utilizing a professional knowledge of general engineering and knowledge of architecture to ensure overall compliance with contracted specifications, schedules, etc
Plans, programs, budgets, and executes required projects in support of assigned programs
Performs work in facilities operations and maintenance (O&M) functions
Provides consulting services and project coordination
Collects data and evaluates factors which affect the application of concepts, principles, theories, and methods required to observe, examine, measure, analyze, map, and describe physical and technical features and phenomena
Complies with health, safety, and environmental rules and procedures and performs work in a manner that enhances the safety of the work environment
Health System Specialist (Program Evaluation Specialist)
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Health / Beauty / Fitness
3 days ago
All OIG Locations, employee will stay where they are if selected. Deca.....
All OIG Locations, employee will stay where they are if selected. Decatur GA; Austin, TX; Baltimore, MD; Bay Pines, FL; Canandaigua, NY; Hines, IL; Independence, OH; Columbia, SC; Dallas, TX; Aurora, CO; Kansas City, MO; Long Beach, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Lyons, NJ; Martinez, CA; Gainesville, FL; Miramar, FL; Orlando, FL, New Orleans, LA; Oakland, CA; Orange, CT; Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Providence, RI; Sacramento, CA; Salt Lake City, UT; San Diego, CA; Seattle, WA; Tallahassee, FL; Pittsburgh, PA; Trenton, NJ; Salem, VA; Washington DC.
As a Health System Specialist (Program Evaluation Specialist), you will:
Provide vision, direction, and focus to align inspection work to accomplish OHI Quality Improvement Program and OIG goals by assisting, monitoring, and facilitating the work of multiple project teams by reviewing/analyzing references in written reports to verify all statements have valid and accurate supporting documentation and conducting internal quality assurance reviews and external Veteran Integrated Service Network (VISN) level reviews to ensure projects are meeting OHI Handbook requirements and Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) Standards.
Assist in monitoring and tracking goals as established by OHI for senior managers.
Compile and present mid-year and year-end information to management for required performance goal reports in areas such as QI, independent referencing, and internal quality assurance.
Conduct extensive evaluation and analysis to determine OHI's progress toward meeting these goals.
Develop recommendations regarding possible alternatives in implementing goals and objectives, including extensive changes in programs and resources.
As the Accountability (AO)/Operations Compliance (OC) Officer, serve.....
As the Accountability (AO)/Operations Compliance (OC) Officer, serves as the single face to the base commander, unit commander for all fuels, transportation/Integrated Receipt Process (IRP), and supply matters.
Monitors unit's ability to perform key logistics processes pertaining to the mission of the unit, base and other assigned tenant organizations.
Maintains, directs and controls fund obligation authority within assigned area. Coordinates with and briefs the comptroller, financial management committees, and working groups in the allocation of supply and equipment budget targets to be sure of proper interface between Operation & Maintenance (O&M) programs and Supply Management Activity Group (SMAG).
Develops, provides guidance, and assures implementation of a training program for all Reserve Materiel Management, Fuels, and Transportation/IRP personnel for their assigned Unit Type Code (UTC), and job proficiency training.
Performs supervisory personnel management responsibilities. Supervises and directs the supply.
Develop and implement supply programs, methods, and procedures tha.....
Develop and implement supply programs, methods, and procedures that ensure brigade objectives are accomplished. Coordinate supply and equipment operations from initial receipt to delivery to customers.
Review requests for equipment to determine validity of requirement and availability within existing stocks and/or possible sources.
In cases of unusual requests or high dollar value items, conduct a complete review to include a thorough analysis of justification provided by the requesting activity.
Analyze information gathered and take appropriate approval/disapproval action. Review and analyze processes such as stock level determinations, receipt, issue, storage, and disposal of equipment.
Review accounts, inventory reports, disposal documents, and reports of survey.
Assign proponent line item numbers to non-standard commercial equipment for inclusion in the Tables of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) and the Brigade Property Book.
Monitor the automated system, equipment requirements, and authorizations. Control and re-distribute excess automation equipment.
Provide advice and guidance to customers on supply and equipment matters. Conduct on-site visits to subordinate activities for inspections and equipment surveys to include inventory management storage and distribution and supply cataloging.
GENERAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST (INDEFINITE-MAY BECOME PERMANENT)
Des Moines, Iowa
3 days ago
As a GENERAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST (INDEFINITE-MAY BECOME PERMANENT), GS-2.....
As a GENERAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST (INDEFINITE-MAY BECOME PERMANENT), GS-2001-9 your duties are below. (1) Performs analysis on a wide range of technical squadron functions by analyzing historical and current data and identifying deficiencies or potential problems during surveillances or staff assistance visits. Evaluates unexpected fluctuations or trends in statistics, resolves discrepancies, and makes recommendations for change when problems are identified that adversely affect operations. Performs analysis on current or potential problems identified by flight management. Compares supply performance and maintenance interface data with prescribed standards to identify the effectiveness of supply support. Performs in-depth research and special analyses and makes appropriate recommendations for improvement. Facilitates corrective measures when specific actions are required by other elements. Serves as the point of contact for all customer problems unresolved at flight level. Utilizes computer software programs, spreadsheets, databases and graphics to collect, organize, analyze, display, and/or brief management information to customers and/or squadron management staff. Monitors inventory losses by analyses of inventory discrepancies, adjustments, and trends to ensure the integrity of the base resources management system. Receives incoming shipment discrepancy reports and evaluates and performs analyses on incoming and outgoing reports to ensure the effectiveness of the Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR) program. (2) Develops, coordinates, and publishes local supplements and makes recommendations to assist in the development of major command (MAJCOM) supplements to Air Force (AF) manuals and instructions applying to the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS). Drafts and finalizes operating instructions, which include but are not limited to, alert plans, duty hour, and designation of delivery locations. Recommends changes to higher headquarters when standard procedures are inadequate or erroneous. Documents findings for problems that cannot be resolved, and forwards compiled data to higher echelons for study and resolution. (3) Manages the General Support Division (GSD) and monitors the Material Support Division (MSD) of the Air Force Supply Management Activity Group (SMAG) at base level. Develops and maintains trend analysis for stock fund operations and formulates long and short-range projections. Is a member of the Financial Working Group (FWG) and a technical advisor to the Financial Management Board (FMB) and base organizations on the problems affecting the stock fund and Operation & Maintenance (O&M) budget as well as supply and equipment financial management. Briefs upper level supervisors and managers in the interpretation of supply/financial management data reports. Coordinates the preparation and submission of the initial and revised stock fund budget call with the GLSC. Analyzes financial transactions to detect errors and initiates corrective action. Coordinates with the GLSC funds manager for the approval of free issue, forced credit turn-ins, and adjusted stock level requests. Serves as the approval level authority for all inventory adjustments affecting the General Support Division stock fund. Coordinates with the GLSC/SMAG for all adjustments affecting the Material Support Division stock fund. Ensures supporting documentation is attached and certification/approval signatures are obtained on the original Consolidated Inventory Adjustment Document Register (M10) and forwarded to the Customer Support Liaison Element within 30 days of completion. (4) Analyzes and forecasts financial data to the Wing Finance function, Financial Management Board, and Maintenance Group regarding impact of Stock Number User Directory (SNUD) price changes that affect obligations. Initiates reverse post actions as required. Reviews and certifies organization cost center records. Maintains and monitors files and listings associated with organization effectiveness and corrects data to ensure accurate calculations of future year funding and flying hour program. (5) Scrutinizes the operations of all Logistics Readiness Squadron functions by conducting internal surveillances. Develops and maintains a schedule for regular and/or periodic surveillance visits to all elements. Researches and develops checklists, and exercises internal management controls within the LRS. Conducts an exit briefing to discuss identified deficiencies and resolve differences of opinion. Provides a detailed written report of inspection to include procedural clarification to eliminate non-compliance. (6) Performs other duties as assigned. D1958
Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor (BHIP)
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvani...
3 days ago
The candidate is a Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor (LPMH.....
The candidate is a Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor (LPMHC) assigned to a BHIP team under Mental Health and Behavioral Medicine Service under the supervision of the Chief of Psychology. Provides care coordination services (including but not limited to biopsychosocial assessment, walk-in/crisis services, education, provision of self-management resources) and other clinical tasks as needed for Veterans receiving services in BHIP. Care coordination (including care management and/or case management) includes determining and monitoring care coordination needs over time, providing care coordination, and facilitating follow-up and outreach as needed to promote proactive, personalized care and care continuity.
Responsible for following national guidance, local policy and SOPs for the MHS. This includes following policies and documentation requirements as required for CARF and The Joint Commission accreditation as well as other internal and external requirements. Actively participates in program planning and development, advising the supervisor of shifting trends with care coordination needs and caseloads and identifying the need for making recommendations on program procedures and/or policy changes based upon work experiences.
Takes responsibility for improving professional skills, participating in planning, and executing specific staff development projects, attending seminars and institutes, and participating in training programs of other disciplines as requested.
In the primary provision of care coordination (and direct clinical care as needed) in patients from the adult (less than 65 years of age) to the geriatric (greater than 65 years of age), the employee recognizes age-related needs and demonstrates knowledge and care appropriate to that age group. In the performance of official duties, the incumbent has regular access to the printed and electronic files containing sensitive data which must be protected under provision of the Privacy Act of 1974 and other applicable laws, Federal Regulations, and VA statutes and policy. Is responsible for protecting data from unauthorized release of access codes, etc., as stated in the computer access agreement which the incumbent signs.
The incumbent is responsible for completing the following duties/responsibilities: a. Provides a full range of services within commonly accepted standards of practice and prioritizes care coordination activities as the primary job function [e.g., needs assessment, chart reviews, care, or case management (as needed), discharge planning, outreach, etc.] and other services as appropriate. b. Provides care coordination (including care management or case management) to Veterans and families, as needed, throughout the continuum of care. This includes communication within and across care lines to facilitate continuity of care for Veterans. c. Conducts biopsychosocial assessments to determine care coordination and treatment needs of Veterans d. Provides consultation/education to Veterans and families on VA resources (including self-management tools), community resources, Advance Directives and VA benefits. e. Will be an active participant in the treatment planning process with other disciplines. f. Participates in discharge planning with other disciplines and will be responsible for ensuring that discharge plans are executed in a manner that is timely and appropriate to promote care continuity. g. Acts as a clinical resource/point-of-contact to Veterans and other team/staff members. h. Acts as liaison between VA and community resources, to include education and bidirectional communication that promotes seamless care. i. Though not a core function of this position, there may be times when the incumbent may provide individual, family and group counseling as appropriate. j. Provides wellness/prevention education and may facilitate patient/family educational/bridging supportive sessions as appropriate. k. Documents interventions and activities in patient's electronic health record and ensure appropriate hand-off communication and documentation when transferring patient care. l. Maintains familiarity and share responsibility with other team members for performance measures relevant to the BHIP team. m. Performs other BHIP-related duties as directed by the Supervisor, such as, but not limited to: training/mentoring and oversight of new staff & those not yet clinically licensed, and preparing for and training staff on CARF & The Joint Commission standards and accreditation process. n. Participates in committee assignments, as deemed necessary by the Service Chief.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, Rotating Weekends and Holidays Telework: Available for highly qualified candidates Virtual: This is not a virtual position. Functional Statement #: 000000 Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Cleans lodging guest rooms, corridors, stairways, facilities, and othe.....
Cleans lodging guest rooms, corridors, stairways, facilities, and other assigned lodging areas. Sweeps, dry mops, scrubs, waxes, and polishes floors. Uses brooms, mops, lightweight vacuum cleaners, and lightweight floor scrubbers and buffers. Dusts, waxes, and polishes furniture. Cleans and sanitizes guest room appliances, cooking utensils and dishes. Empties wastebaskets. Polishes door knobs/handles and other metal fixtures. Washes walls, windows, and blinds that can be reached unassisted or using stepping stools. Changes bed linen and makes beds. Collects soiled linen and places it at a pickup point. Receives clean linen and delivers it where directed. Updates room status, occupancy, and checkouts using the telephone system.
Cleans, disinfects, and deodorizes lavatories, urinals, and toilet bowls. Cleans mirrors, sinks, and water fountains. Dusts ledges, woodwork, and furniture. Replaces room deodorizers. Restocks toilet tissue, hand towels, soap, and other complimentary sundry items. Notes condition of facilities and reports to supervisor broken windows, water leaks, clogged drains, and other conditions requiring maintenance. Keeps a stock of cleaning materials and equipment needed to do the work. Notifies supervisor when more materials are needed or when equipment needs repair or replacement. Performs other related duties as assigned.