RWOI - DO-1101-03/DR-0801-03, Infrastructure & Facilities Branch Chief

Valparaiso, FLAFRL/RWO is looking for motivated seasoned Program Manager (PM), who can share expertise in project management, acquisition, and strategic (resources & capabilities) planning.

Job Overview

*This job announcement has been re-opened and will be accepting candidate submissions until 7 JUN 23.  If you previously applied, you do not need to reapply.*
This job announcement will be accepting candidate submissions from 8 MAY 23 to 22 MAY 23.  Include APDP Acquisition Training Certifications in resume, and provide academic transcripts with submission.  If you are a current government employee, include the most recent SF 50.  If transcripts and APDP certifications are not submitted, your resume may not be considered. This announcement is open to U.S. Citizens.

AFRL/RWO is looking for motivated seasoned Program Manager (PM), who can share their expertise in project management, acquisition, and strategic (resources & capabilities) planning. Experience leading teams to accomplish facilities or communications (IT) projects is desired.

The Infrastructure and Facilities Branch Chief (RWOI) functions as Air Force Research Lab Munitions Directorate (RW) program manager for Infrastructure and Facilities with responsibility for supervising the collection, development and integration of AFRL/RW’s mission requirements while overseeing the planning, programming, design and construction of those requirements by the Host Wing or Execution Agent.

Acts as the Munitions Directorate Program Manager for all Laboratory Revitalization and Demonstration Projects (LRDP), military construction (MILCON), as well as both 3600-funded (FLEX4) and Sustainment, Restoration, & Modernization (SRM) projects.
Develops, implements, and controls contractual, financial, and technical aspects (Cost/Schedule) of a project/program through designated phases of the acquisition cycle. Plans the management and strategy to execute [approximately 20-30 projects valued at more than $100M] within cost, schedule, and performance baselines directed by the RW Director at both the tactical and strategic level.

Interfaces with peers at the installation Civil Engineering Group and Communications Squadron for major renovations, minor construction, and MILCON projects. Plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates activities of functional specialist including contracting, finances, security, IT, manpower, and logistics.  Studies, reviews, evaluates & directs the progress of contractors in meeting program objectives.

Establishes management controls such as milestones, expenditure rates, management indictors and management reviews.  Takes appropriate actions to approve terms and conditions set forth in contracting plans and budges, subcontractors, and additions or discontinuance of work by the contractors.  Conducts meetings and working groups to coordinate program changes and engineering compromises to assess how the resulting change effects program areas.

Participates in meetings to deliver presentations or project/program status to Senior Leadership highlight accomplishments, challenges, support requirements, as well as advocating for requirements.

Responsible for overseeing and integration of RW requirements during construction of new facilities and major repairs of munitions directorate occupied buildings.



Yes, this position is eligible for situational telework; as determined by agency policy

Required Qualifications

- US Citizenship
- Must be eligible for and maintain a top secret security clearance.
- This position is a Drug Testing position.
- This position is an Acquisition Professional Development Program (APDP) position requiring Level II Practitioner Certification.  Applicants for this position must list any acquisition certifications.
- Must have 52 weeks of experience at the next lower grade (or equivalent) for promotion consideration.

Desired Qualifications

In addition to meeting the above-described specialized experience requirements, your PM experience will be evaluated and be expected to include described experience in the following competencies:
  • Leadership: strong soft skills to lead team with diverse skillsets to include team building,  mentoring, and motivating teams; directing and managing team/project members effectively in a dynamic, fast paced environment; soliciting close teamwork and prioritizing competing projects to fulfill long and short-range goals.
  • Resource Management: Responsible for the overall execution process including day to day management of activities of team; participates in long-range planning of manpower and financial resources; manages the resources to meet long and short-range goals.
  • Problem Solving: Identifying problems; determining accuracy and relevance of information; using sound judgment to generate and evaluate alternatives and making recommendations based on technical requirements.
  • Customer Service: Working with clients and customers (that is, any individuals who use or receive the services or products your work unit produces, including, individuals who work in the agency, other agencies, or organizations outside the Government) to assess their needs, providing information or assistance, assigning staff to resolve their problems, or satisfying their expectations; knowing about available products and services; committed to providing quality products and services.
  • Communication (oral & written): Expressing information (for example, ideas or facts) to individuals or groups effectively, taking into account the audience and nature of the information (for example, technical, sensitive, controversial); making clear and convincing oral presentations; listening to others, attending to nonverbal cues, and responding appropriately.
  • Attention to Detail: Work is thorough and conscientious about attending to detail. Program/Project management to include hands-on oversight of the cost, schedule, and performance.
Req No. 48639