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Installation Status Report (ISR) program manager

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This is a civilian position, responsible for managing the State Installation Service Report (ISR) Program. The position provides support to MT National Guard facility managers, real property program personnel, and supervisors and managers regarding facility maintenance issues and practices, quality and mission effectiveness of real property assets, and Long Range Building Plan (LRBP) issues. Provides ISR data collection services and system management to facilitate the accuracy, quality and timeliness of data input into the ISR database, and to assist with the implementation of changes or improvements resulting from ISR evaluations. This position does not supervise others and reports to the Facility Operations Specialist.
This position manages the overall development, evaluation and submission of the ISR to provide the National Guard Bureau (NGB), the Adjutant General, and/or designated reporting staff with information related to statewide installations’ permanent/semi-permanent real property, environmental programs, and service activities. This position is tasked with improving data collection practices and reporting within federal modules.
Qualifications: Physical and Environmental Demands: Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Climbing ladders and working comfortably from heights of up to 60ft. Walking long distances, crouching, crawling, and bending. Ability to work in temperature ranges from -30 to 110 degrees F and high winds. Ability to safely work around turning machines, high noise environments, high voltage electricity, and industrial boilers. The position requires occasional overtime and overnight travel.

Knowledge Knowledge of construction and construction standards, facility maintenance and inspection methods, environmental practices, data management and accounting practices are required. This position will become familiar with the military Installation Status Report Program; military Managers’ Internal Control Program and Internal Review and Audit Compliance Program. Experience in data collection, auditing is preferred. Demonstrated ability to work and engage in diverse working environments within and outside the Department.

Skills The position requires skills in project management, time management, drawing conclusions, and making recommendations; analyzing and interpreting facility blueprints, designs, or as-builts; awareness of, and critical assessment of compliance with military standards and regulations; assessing facility, staffing, and natural resource issues; communication and negotiation; developing and administering a variety of diverse projects and developing solutions; applying analysis and judgement in regards to difficult assessment and reporting functions. Strong oral and written communications are necessary to draft official communications. Ability to manage, input, and extract information from multiple computer and software databases. Must be skilled in building professional working relationships with facility managers, service contacts, executive management, state and federal personnel.

Abilities Ability to work independently and effectively in an environment with constantly changing priorities. Ability to analyze, verify, manipulate, and mitigate data conflicts; plan, assign, coordinate, control, and manage work; work with people in a persuasive manner where responsibility without authority is often present; and motivate and communicate with a variety of personnel performing a broad range of professional, trade and technical work.
Minimum Qualifications (Education and Experience): Bachelor’s degree in the fields of Industrial Engineering, Business Administration, Construction Management, Architecture, Project Management, Civil Engineering, or related field.
Alternative Qualifications: Two-year degree or equivalent in Construction Trades Technology, maintenance, or management fields, with two (2) years job-related work experience.
Applicant Pool Statement: If another department vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may be used for the selection. Training Assignment: Not Applicable
Job: Business/Analyst/Statistics Salary: $ 41,489.00 - 41,489.00 Yearly Benefits Package Eligibility: Health Insurance, Paid Leave & Holidays, Retirement Plan
Number of Openings: 1 Employee Status: Regular Schedule: Full-Time Shift: Day Job Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Primary Location: Helena
Agency: Department of Military Affairs Union: 000 - None Bargaining Unit: 000 - None
Posting Date: Sep 6, 2019, 4:18:41 PM Closing Date (based on your computer's timezone): Sep 25, 2019, 12:59:00 AM Required Application Materials: Cover Letter
Contact Name: Linda McKinney | Contact Email: lmckinney@mt.gov | Contact Phone: 405-324-3334
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