This Administrative Officer position is located at Daniel K Inouye Int.....
This Administrative Officer position is located at Daniel K Inouye International (HNL), Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Duties include but are not limited to:
Manage, lead, and evaluate a comprehensive administrative support program that includes financial management, human resources and procurement.
Draft and review all policy correspondence to assure accurate budgetary, personnel, and administrative impact.
Participate in the development of both short and long-term strategic planning for the organization.
Supervise a staff of administrative, clerical, and technical personnel.
Supervisory/Managerial duties includes serving as a first line supervisor for the organization. This includes but is not limited to: assigning work, setting priorities, and reviewing and evaluating work and performance of subordinates; approving leave; coaching and developing employees; recommending corrective or disciplinary actions; assisting in budget planning and projecting short-term needs; managing projects within assigned resources; resolving routine problems that typically impact the objectives of the organizational unit; and when required, coordinating with customers outside the immediate organization.
DIA employs a variety of professionals who serve throughout the workfo.....
DIA employs a variety of professionals who serve throughout the workforce to ensure successful operations. To view this position’s duties, click Vacancies to be directed to DIA’s online application system. Please make note of the position title and 6-digit Job Opening ID number to which you are interested. You can scroll to the bottom of the page to locate the announcement or click on the “Advanced Search” link and enter in the 6-digit Job Opening ID number in the “Job Opening ID” field.
Sheet Metal Worker/Sheet Metal Mechanic (Aircraft), WG-3806-08/10
Elizabeth City, North Car...
3 days ago
This position's primary purpose is to perform Aircraft Sheet Metal dut.....
This position's primary purpose is to perform Aircraft Sheet Metal duties, train others in that trade or other trades if skilled, and perform varied tasks in other trades.
Being a Coast Guard civilian makes you a valuable member of the Coast Guard team. At the WG-10 level, Typical work assignments include:
Developing patterns and lays outs, and then cutting, forming, joining, assembling, and installing various aircraft metal structures, items and systems.
Evaluating structural damage to sheets metal systems, structures or items in order to plan and layout repair and modifications projects, involving many different honeycomb materials, and alloys.
Examining aircraft hulls and metal structures to assure proper repairs and maintenance.
Setting up and realigning hulls, determining bend ratios, reams complex holes.
At the WG-08 level, will perform intermediate level aircraft sheet metal mechanic tasks by assisting in developing patterns for the installation of various aircraft metal structures. Duties may include; evaluating structural damage; examining aircraft hulls, and metal structures; and sing complicated measuring instruments and shop mathematics to figure irregular cures, angles, and pitch. As experience is gained, the employee will be expected to perform additional tasks with increasing proficiency and independence.
This HR Specialist position is located at Southwest Florida Internatio.....
This HR Specialist position is located at Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Duties include but are not limited to:
Provide Human Resource related advice and guidance to professionals, managers, and employees sufficient to resolve recurring problems or those requiring adaptation of past precedents.
Initiate, track and following up on cases and studies ensuring timely completion and regulatory compliance.
Provide technical interpretations and guidance on Human Resource Management matters such as employee relations, labor relations, payroll and benefits, classification, staffing, and recruitment.
Coordinate with Office of Human Capital senior specialists to ensure that the human capital decisions and activities within the organizational segment are consistent with Merit System Principles.
Review decision letters regarding appeals and grievance for accuracy prior to delivery.
Formulate creative resolutions to problems by applying knowledge of Workers' Compensation and other applicable technical program areas.
This Supervisory Coordination Center Officer position is located at Sa.....
This Supervisory Coordination Center Officer position is located at San Diego Intl-Lindbergh Field - SAN, Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Duties include but are not limited to:
Supporting security functions and operations such as Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response (VIPR), Playbook, Screening Passengers by Observation Techniques (SPOT) operations, Transportation Security Specialist- Explosives (TSS-E) operations, Travel Document Check (TDC) operations, and other activities and applicable operations.
Establishing and maintaining working relations with counterparts within TSA, as well as other Federal, state, and local agencies, airports, airlines, and other transportation sector modes. Participating in interagency committees, meetings, and exercises as a representative of TSA to gather and exchange information on matters of interest and to establish mutual working relationships.
Ensuring that superiors are aware of ongoing activities. Providing guidance to supervisory and management officials, such as the Coordination Center Manager (CCM), Federal Security Director (FSD), or FSD staff on type and significance of information gathered, and recognizing the need to call important new information which may require further examination or action to their attention.
Providing continuous situational and domain awareness to the CCM, FSD, or FSD staff on airport events, including information on incidents and emergencies, to include severe weather and natural disasters, terrorist attaches, and designated special events.
Reviewing incident reports for accuracy and completeness to ensure proper reporting procedures have been followed. Assisting CCM or FSD staff members in preparing reports and briefings on issues related to significant security incidents, such as bomb threats, on-board disturbances, security access control events, airports screening operations, airport statistical data, and inspection and law enforcement activities.
Supervisory/Managerial duties include serving as a first line supervisor for the organization. This includes, but is not limited to: assigning work, setting priorities, and reviewing and evaluating work and performance of subordinates; approving leave; coaching and developing employees; recommending corrective or disciplinary actions; assisting in budget planning and projecting short-term needs; managing projects within assigned resources; resolving routine problems that typically impact the objectives of the organizational unit; and when required, coordinating with customers outside the immediate organization.
Emergency Essential Position: This position is designated as an Emergency Essential (EE) position. This designation requires the employee to remain in a duty status if an emergency arises.
Serve as the Supervisory Security Specialist Force Protection for.....
Serve as the Supervisory Security Specialist Force Protection for the Directorate for Emergency Services responsible for supervising assigned personnel and performing Force Protection functions.
As the Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) Officer, develop and implement a program to protect personnel, facilities, automated information and assets from an entire spectrum of threats including terrorism by assessing AT/FP needs.
Develop, implement, and manage Force Protection plans and programs, monitoring program effectiveness and appropriate corrective/protective measures through identifying vulnerabilities/weaknesses, improvements, countermeasures and priorities.
Coordinate the development and implementation of an Integrated Protection Program, addressing protection measures, planning for the prevention of and mitigation of terrorist attacks and assessing these measures.
Perform on-site vulnerability and threat assessments for antiterrorism plans, long-range security strategy, and planning, objectives, and implement goals.
Represent Red River Army Depot at conferences and meetings representing the organization as a technical expert formulating program guidance for implementing various methods in order to meet particular security program objectives.
Medical Supply Technician (Sterile Processing) - Quality Assurance
Health / Beauty / Fitness
3 days ago
The major duties of this position will include: Develops, implements.....
The major duties of this position will include:
Develops, implements and evaluates plans with the Nurse Educator for SPS educational programs in compliance with the accrediting agency requirements, policies and procedures.
Managing the department's orientation program, in-service training, and SPS training course.
Evaluates educational outcomes and develops a plan for follow-up education as indicated.
Maintains the SPS library of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Maintains documentation of all education and training activities, tracks employee continuing education units, and provides feedback and support to the supervisors, SPS Chief and Assistant Chief on program and personnel readiness.
Conducts Quality Assurance monitoring on all activities performed in SPS, to include, simple and complex instrument cleaning, endoscope reprocessing, surgical instrument tray preparation, sterilization monitoring, case cart assembly, mechanical equipment efficacy testing and staff training and competency documentation.
Ensures all SOP/Competency documents are up to date and accurately reflect the manufacturers IFUs.
Monitors cleaning and sterilization equipment operation and ensure efficacy testing is conducted to ensure proper operation.
This position requires the incumbent to utilize Reusable Medical Equipment (RME).
Compiles inspection reports and coordinates correction of deficiencies with the appropriate Service Chief, Clinic Manager, or other responsible party.
Manages records for all SPS staff competencies for inspection and verification purposes.
Works with the Nurse Educator to ensure staff are trained and successfully complete applicable SOP/competency assessments prior to reprocessing RME.
Work Schedule: 7:30am to 4:00pm Telework: Available as determined by the service and for 1-2 days per pay period. Virtual: This is not a virtual position. Functional Statement #: 91283-0 Permanent Change of Station (PCS): Not authorized. Financial Disclosure Report: Not required.
The primary purpose of this position is: To serve as. an Air Reserve T.....
The primary purpose of this position is: To serve as. an Air Reserve Technician (ART), Flight Supervisor, exercising technical and administrative supervision over subordinate employees engaged in accomplishing a variety of munitions maintenance, armament and equipment duties.
Duty 1 - Plans on a weekly or monthly basis the use of subordinate workers, equipment, facilities, and materials. Duty 2 - Performs work direction responsibilities Duty 3 - Performs administrative responsibilities. Duty 4 - Applies Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Equal Opportunity Treatment (EOT) principles and requirements to all personnel management actions and decisions, and ensures all personnel are treated in a manner free of discrimination. Duty 5 - Ensures education in, compliance with, and practice of security directives, good safety, and health habits in all work areas.
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.
As a LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST at the GS-0346-13 some of your ty.....
As a LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST at the GS-0346-13 some of your typical work assignments may include:
Plans and executes joint and combined command post and field training exercises to train USTRANSCOM staff and components in assigned missions, and plan/coordinate USTRANSCOM support for external exercise requirements.
Ensures training requirements and exercise objectives are applied to all exercise scenarios, including those that are partnered with other Combatant Commands and external agencies.
Develops and revises policy and guidance pertaining to the USTRANSCOM Joint Training Program.
Establishes, maintains, and executes the Joint Event Life Cycle (JELC) for USTRANSCOM-sponsored exercises and supports JELC activities of linked and supported exercises of external agencies.
Serves as a Program Manager and Joint Exercise Planner for USTRANSCOM Joint exercise and training mission.
Plans and executes the movement of training audience personnel and cargo to and from the exercise area to meet established exercise timelines and within budgetary limits.
Major Duties: This is not an all-inclusive list A SUPPLY MANAGEMENT S.....
Major Duties: This is not an all-inclusive list
A SUPPLY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST, GS-2003-11, --Plans, organizes and manages supply and services functions to include command supply and storage, and command equipment property accountability management. Formulates and implements command supply operating procedures and policies necessary to support units. Ensures unit responsibilities for receipting and accounting of equipment and supplies are met. Develops and manages the state logistics contingency stockage plan and coordinates the plan with the USPFO. Implements the Chief of Staff of the Army Supply Excellence Award Program. Administers the command equipment loan program. Serves as the focal point for approval of the loan of command equipment. Directs the loan of equipment between units within the command. In coordination with the USPFO, request/directs loans of equipment to and from entities outside of the command/state, preparing inter-service support agreements and memorandums of agreement as appropriate. (35%) --Advises the DOL on command supply and services status and recommends support required for current and proposed operations. Collects and consolidates data for areas in which operations are anticipated. Develops, implements and evaluates the effectiveness of the Command Supply Discipline Program. Provides guidance on interpretation of directives and assists units, organizations and activities in supply and services matters. Manages the command property program within units of the state to ensure Equipment on Hand (EOH) readiness is met, in conjunction with State Readiness Committee guidelines. Conducts an assessment of all EOH within units of the state and directs equipment redistribution within the command based on EOH policy as developed by the Plans and Policy Office of the DOL. (25%) --Maintains current command supply analysis on trends of effectiveness and efficiency. Directs actions to improve/correct undesirable supply conditions, practices and policy in the command. Manages, controls, analyzes and recommends corrective action for property losses in the command. Monitors command warehouse operation with automated system support to ensure property book accuracy through required reconciliation. Provides management oversight responsibility for the command Lost, Damaged and Destroyed Property Program. Provides guidance to units on supply regulations. Provides guidance to the USPFO reference the Command's policy on the funding of requisitions (less Class IX). Serves as a member of appropriate ASL review board(s). Serves as the command mobility energy management officer; serves on the state energy council; coordinates mobility energy maintenance allocation and monitors mobility energy usage. (10%) --Receives fiscal information from each subordinate function to prepare and review budget estimates for the command supply and services functions. Evaluates the effects of new programs on funding requirements and ensures the preparation of justification for budget revisions. Prepares, reviews and verifies command supply and services reports. Directs and coordinates logistics activities, including procurement and provision of command supplies and services and management of command material and equipment. (5%) --Monitors required unit equipment inventories and is active in the development, scheduling and execution of annual/special command physical inventories. Coordinates with USPFO Supply Accounting Assistance and Instruction Team (SAAIT) on SAAIT selective Inventories as appropriate. Processes Reports of Survey in accordance with applicable regulations. (5%) --Monitors unit DODAAC submissions. Ensures timely unit submissions on adds, changes, or deletes. As appropriate, coordinates with the unit and State DODAAC coordinator on any required submissions. (5%)
Performs technical research when supplies are not readily availabl.....
Performs technical research when supplies are not readily available; determines the availability of items through cannibalization of unserviceable equipment or assembly of available parts based on an item's specification and usage.
Reviews and processes customer requests for various shipments of hazardous, temperature sensitive, radioactive, fragile, oversized, and heavy haul supplies.
Responsible for the receipt, inspection, storage, safeguarding, and handling of hazardous property in an independently operated environment.
Receives, packs, and repacks a variety of hazardous and non-hazardous items.
Uses automated systems to assure that supplies are available.