2019-01-09 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
The Property Manager is responsible for the effective and efficient management of all government furnished and company acquired assets for assigned program or department consistent with customer requirements, government regulations, and company policies and procedures.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Establishes and defines program-specific property procedures for the management of property (government, customer, and DI owned) in accordance with specific contract, FAR, DFAR, DI Property Management Plan and other applicable requirements.
Ensures all property management procedures and associated official records are maintained under the terms of the contract, and that applicable property controls and procedures are applied to all subcontractors, vendors and all customer requirements are achieved.
Monitors the acquisition, storage, utilizations, transfer, and disposal of property.
Analyzes support trends, resolves any adverse trends/reports and then implements corrective actions.
Responsible for property control reports required by the Government.
Assists with or conducts training for staff and program property control personnel, to include system of record automation training.
Support system testing requirements for updates and releases (ex. DynMRO UAT).
Ensures that personnel assigned custodianship or responsibility for property (GP or DI-owned) understand their responsibilities and effectively and efficiently implement the Property Management Plan and that new employees receive instructions on property management procedures.
Ensures that property reviews and self-assessments are conducted in accordance with applicable contract and regulatory requirement.
Ensures inventories of DI and GP are scheduled and performed as required by the contract and the Program Property Management Plan and Program Inventory Plan
Responsible for reporting and reviewing information provided during the investigation of lost, damaged, destroyed government-furnished parts and property as applicable.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Advanced knowledge of government property, acquisition, receiving, identification, records, movement, storage, physical inventories, reporting, consumption, utilization, maintenance, subcontracts, disposition, and close-outs.
Knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Government Property Accountability Procedures.
Understanding of government contracts and DOD procedures.
Proficient with Microsoft applications (i.e. Outlook, Word, PowerPoint).
Advanced knowledge and skills with automated systems of record (ex. DynMRO, Maximo)
Strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal).
Additional knowledge/experience may be required by assignment or contract and will be listed separately.
Experience & Education
Minimum eight (8) years of experience in government or civilian property management with prior leadership/managerial experience.
Experience in a high volume, global supply chain management environment.
Prefer certification through National Property Management Association (NPMA) as Certified Professional Property Specialist (CPPS), Certified Professional Property Administrator (CPPA), Certified Professional Property Manager (CPPM), or equivalent of American Production & Inventory Control Society (APICS), which is now Educational Society for Resource Management. Prefer CPPM (Certified Professional Property Manager) through NPMA or military/government property management experience.
Bachelor’s degree in business, supply chain management, logistics, or associated discipline; may substitute two (2) additional years of experience in related field for each year of college
Additional experience/education may be required by assignment or contract and will be listed separately.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Generally works in normal office environment, but may be required to travel domestically and internationally on short notice, to austere environments, under harsh living conditions.
Some positions will be assigned to overseas locations where living and working conditions at assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable, with long hours, exposure to weather, dust, and hazardous/harsh conditions.
Ability to travel domestically and internationally