Full Job Description
Primary Responsibilities and Duties:
The 28th Civil Engineering Squadron (28 CES) located at Ellsworth AFB in the vicinity of Rapid City, South Dakota, provides support to the Civil Engineer (28 CES/CC), Operations Flight (CEO), and Engineering Flight (CEN) for Ellsworth AFB and throughout the 28th Bomb Wing installation. This position will provide the 28th CES with Air Force project programming capabilities. The Programmer will support the mission to evaluate and recommend programs and development plans for new construction, renovation, and improvements of real property facilities including utility systems, utilizing a professional knowledge of multi-discipline engineering. The programmer will be part of a team providing support for the accomplishment of Operations and Maintenance (O&M), military family housing (MFH), nonappropriated fund (NAF), Special Interest programs, host-tenant, host-nation, real property maintenance by contract (RPMC), Sustainment, Restoration, Modernization, & Demolition (SRMD), and/or military construction (MCP/MILCON) programs/projects.
This position will help provide temporary engineering services at the 28th Civil Engineer Squadron (28 CES) to perform Air Force programming, engineering and construction management for FY20 and FY21 through FY22 construction projects as assigned. These projects and requirements are directly attributable to the Force Improvement Program (FIP), future planning, and the surge engineering workload at Ellsworth AFB. A total length of 3 years is expected to align with the effort to right-size the engineering flights throughout the Air Force.
Minimum Personnel Qualifications:
Individual shall possess a minimum at least Bachelor's degree from an ABET (accreditation board for engineering and technology Inc) school in engineering in one of the following curriculums: Mechanical, Electrical, Civil Ability to plan, organize, and lead others in studies, record and manage the processes and documentation, and to negotiate effectively with management to accept and implement recommendations, where proposals involve substantial resources and require extensive changes in established concepts and procedures. Ability to communicate fluently in English both orally and in writing; negotiate complex issues; and maintain good working relationships. Ability to provide professional cost estimating calculations and professional cost estimating documents that can be provided for contracts and professional project development. Minimum 3 years of experience utilizing engineering techniques in the operations, maintenance, repair, or construction of infrastructure facilities, including buildings and utility systems.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Projects are typically associated with a wide variety of architectural and engineering facets which interface with other technical specializations and are typically large or complex. Facilities involved are used to carry out a variety of operations and/or used by a number of different activities. The programmer position:
Applies standard engineering theory and practices to assigned projects and adapts standard practices on more complex features confronted. Conducts site/facility surveys to gather preliminary information and validate requirements. Conducts studies and economic analyses of new proposals to assist in determining the feasibility of renovation or modification versus new construction to meet requirements and to assist in determining if funding and/or scheduling conflicts exist. Creates project programming documents such as programming forms, funding forms, formal presentation drawings, cost estimates and other supporting documents for justification and request for approval by the Government. Uses cost estimating tools (such as PACES and RS Means) to produce government estimates. Coordinates projects with the customer, other engineers, or architects in a variety of disciplines. Follows federal, state, and local codes concerning health, safety, and the environment during the programming of real property facilities. Uses computers/computer software such as information management programs, computer aided design and drafting (CADD) programs. Develops, manages, and updates online, active computer network systems such as the Automated Civil Engineer System (ACES) and TRIRIGA to monitor Civil Engineering projects from inception to completion. Ensures information originated locally is immediately available to higher headquarters Keeps abreast of emerging technologies to ensure programmed development will not prematurely become obsolete. Works with organizational managers, budget personnel, customers, and engineering/architectural authorities to develop proposed facility programs/projects. Uses effective communication skills and builds good working relationships to ensure approach used covers all aspects associated with the project/program planning process. Develops presentations and advocates for program items to the installation facility board and higher reviewing activities. Develops and submits appropriate forms such as Base Civil Engineer Work Request and the Military Construction Project Data for validation Performs requirement programming in support of base development for O&M military construction programs (MCP), non-appropriated fund (NAF), military family housing (MFH), etc. Validates requirements, performing economic analyses, and coordinating with the installation facilities board. Provides support to include updating the TRIRIGA weekly inputs, preparation of monthly execution and percent design reports. Facilitates and organizes Telephone Conferences, Video Telephone Conferences, Defense Connect On-line Conferences of Programming, Planning, Budget, and Execution for base Programs Flight Chiefs. Assists in developing or revising programming documents to include Integrated Priority Lists (IPL), DD Forms 1391, Program Objective Memorandum support data, Comprehensive Planning Platform (CPP) project streamlining, and justification data to support the program objectives. Provides assistance in developing business process reengineering/transformation plans,
program transition plans, responding to Air Staff requests for information, and provide data as required. Provides technical liaison support between 28 CES and individuals or groups involved in the planning, programming, and/or execution of 28 CES initiatives including but not limited to, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Major Commands (MAJCOM), and other sub-organizations.
Programmers will have access to unclassified automated information systems including email, in accordance with DoD 5200.2-R, Personnel Security Program, personnel must have, at a minimum, a completed favorable National Agency Check plus Written Inquiries (NACI).
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