LODGING MANAGER (104-19) A NAF Careers Position

Air Force Nonappropriated Fund (AFNAF) Services Career Program - Charleston, SC



POSITION INFORMATION: Position is a Regular Full Time permanent position with benefits and 40 guaranteed hours per week. Pay may be negotiated and set within the advertised salary range with the exception of appropriated fund (APF) employees hired under the Portability Act. Applicants hired under the Portability Act may negotiate pay within the advertised salary range, but no higher than their previous rate of basic APF pay. Internal NAF applicants pay may be set according to applicable NAF pay setting rules.

This is a centrally-managed position in the FORCE SUPPORT Career Field. Relocation expenses (PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION {PCS}) are authorized and will be funded PCS will be paid in accordance with NAF Career Program Guide, the Joint Travel Regulations (JTR), and applicable Air Force Regulations.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for the executive management, administration, technical and professional direction of the Lodging business operation in accordance with Air Force Standards. Exercises managerial authority to set long-range plans, goals, and objectives that integrate higher headquarters policies with local installation and squadron needs. Develops policies and procedures, which result in efficient and effective operation and utilization of all lodging assets. Structures organization to optimize use of resources and maximize efficiency and effectiveness of the lodging operation. Plans, schedules, and coordinates major activities for lodging projects and facilities with other installation squadrons and appropriate personnel to integrate and/or promote lodging operation and interests with other organizations on the installation. Performs or directs periodic or scheduled surveys, audits, and inspections to determine adequacy of lodging conditions, compliance with requirements, and to evaluate effectiveness of financial management/controls. Develops installation lodging cost reduction procedures and techniques. Prepares budget estimates and controls of disbursement of funds. Formulates current and long-range income and expense (operating), capital requirements, cash flow, and rate determination budgets. Performs surveillance over budget projections versus expenditures and accountability and disbursement of funds and evaluates and monitors occupancy and personnel expenses and payroll, maintenance, and supply costs to maintain profitability. Formulates current and long-range plans and justification for new lodging construction and major renovations and facility improvements using statistical and narrative information from lodging surveys and audits. Coordinates with Financial Management, Civil Engineering, and other appropriate organizations to obtain assistance and garner support. Establishes and maintains a cooperative liaison with local, state, and/or national lodging organizations, and chamber of commerce to foster better relations and enhance support of the installation's lodging requirements. Manages a distinguished visitor program. Oversees or directs a commercial lodging program for off-base quarters. Develops performance work statements for the Linen contract services. Measures compliance through inspections, audits, and customer critiques. Determines whether contractor performed work meets contract standards for authorization of payment. Determines goals and objectives for each subordinate supervisor and section. Develops or oversees the development of work plans used by subordinate supervisors. Hears and resolves group grievances or serious employee complaints. Makes decisions on training needs and encourages employee self-development. Evaluates subordinate supervisors and serves as the reviewing official on evaluation of nonsupervisory employees. Assures reasonable equity of performance standards and rating techniques developed by subordinate supervisors. Selects candidates for key vacancies and coordinates/approves recommended selection of other positions, taking into consideration skills, qualifications, and mission requirements. Promotes an environment in which employees are empowered to participate in and contribute to effective mission accomplishment. Recognizes and takes appropriate action to correct situations posing a threat to health and safety of subordinates.


Must have experience that shows progressively responsible administrative, technical, professional, or other work which has provided knowledge of executive management principles and practices, and progressively responsible experience as an Assistant Lodging Manager in a military or commercial hotel. This responsibility must have included daily hotel operations encompassing economic soundness of program operations, accounting and supply procedures, facility management and renovation, and staff management and supervision. Certified Hospitality Administrator (through American Hotel & Lodging Association) or Certified Rooms Division Executive certification is desired. Must be able to satisfactorily complete a National Agency Check with Inquiries.

Based on Air Force worldwide locations and Mobility Agreement, United States citizenship is required to be appointed to a NAF Career Program position.

"All Federal NAF Employees are required by PL 104-134 to have salary payments made by electronic funds transfer/direct deposit."

Any individual who was required to register with Selective Service and who is not registered or knowingly and willfully did not register before the requirement terminated or became inapplicable, will not be appointed.