This position is located in the Architect of the Capitol (AOC), Office of the Chief Engineer, Planning and Project Development Division. The selectee will be responsible for implementing the Architect’s mission and goals and providing organizational facility and asset management to improve the performance of the operations and services of the AOC.
If selected, you will be responsible for the following:
Enterprise Asset Management
Leads the overall Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) for the AOC with the new asset management IT systems; gathering requirements, feedback, testing, program timelines, progress reports and tracking.
Establishes, creates and manages the Enterprise Asset Management technology roadmaps and associated system integrations, including a change management plan with standardized processes, schedules that call out system down time, timing, training and messaging for stakeholders.
Develops, monitors and manages program plans for asset consolidation and delivery of assets from various sources; Anticipates issues, identifies patterns and proactively develops solutions.
Produces trend and other analytics to drive business values and services across the Enterprise.
Proposes implementation and improvement of department policies, processes and procedures; Partnering with stakeholders, internal and other external partners.
Develops/monitors the implementation and close out activities associate with EAM.
Provides leadership cost benefit and return on investment analysis related to the overall asset management and maintenance backlog for the AOC; prepares an initial business case costs, timescales, benefits, risks and targets; Brief’s senior management, staff and officials at multiple levels within the Architect of the Capitol regarding facility related matters.
Provides advisory services regarding the agency’s asset management programs, consolidated logistics, space planning and facility management.
Serves as liaison and provides advice and guidance on complex asset management matters related to the Architect of the Capitol programs.
Advises on the resolution of critical or unusual asset management problems for a broad range of facilities in situations affecting agency-wide operations.
Formulates and recommends agency-wide policies and procedures such as those affecting facility asset acquisition, utilization, preservation and disposal.
Program Planning and Coordination
Plans, develops and implements policies and guidelines effecting critical agency programs. This includes, but not limited to, budget formulation, IT systems implementation and analysis in coordination with facility planning and programming and operational jurisdictions.
Provides management and consulting services to AOC leadership on asset management requirements and internal business process improvements to maximize the effectiveness of agency mission and functions
Establishes and maintains effective communications and working relationships with executive leaders, including other agencies and executives of major corporations and distinguished members of the public.
Ensures compliance with applicable AOC and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety rules and regulations to ensure that work progresses in a safe manner and to initiate or take corrective action on unsafe conditions in managed areas.
Conditions of Employment
You must be a U.S. Citizen.
You must be able to pass a drug test.
Your resume and question responses must demonstrate the job-related KSAs.
You must meet the definition of specialized experience.
Internal Number: OCE-2021-178
About Architect of the Capitol
Who We Are
Serving Congress and the Supreme Court, the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) is the builder and steward of the landmark buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill. The AOC staff preserves and maintains the historic buildings, monuments, art and inspirational gardens on the Capitol campus. Recognizing the trust placed in us by Congress and the American people, the AOC team is committed to providing a safe environment and inspiring experiences for all who work and visit the symbol of American democracy.
What We Do
The AOC is rooted in a tradition of unique craftsmanship and ingenuity. Tracing its beginnings to the laying of the Capitol cornerstone in 1793, the AOC is responsible for the operations and care of more than 18.4 million square feet of facilities, 570 acres of grounds and thousands of works of art. The Capitol campus is home to 30,000 daily occupants and hosts more than 3 million visitors annually.