Space and Facilities Specialist

U.S. Courts, Judicial Branch

New Orleans, LA - Nov 08, 2022 via USAJobs


The Space & Facilities Specialist has primary responsibility for and performs various functions in three distinct job areas: Space and Facilities, Internal Controls and Audit, and Emergency Preparedness for approximately 200 employees of the district court and probation office.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS:nApplicants must be a high school graduate or equivalent with a minimum of one year specialized experience for placement at a CL-26, or a minimum of two years specialized experience for placement at a CL-27.

Specialized Experience is progressively responsible clerical or administrative experience that is in, or closely related to, the work of the position and which has demonstrated the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the position's duties successfully and involves the routine use of automated software and keyboarding for word processing, data entry and report generation (e.g., space and facilities management principles, emergency management, project management, audit/internal controls management).

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND/OR EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university majoring in any of the following; Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Architecture, Interior Design, or related field of study.

Ability to simultaneously coordinate a range of projects at various stages of construction.

Ability to use critical thinking for identifying and resolving administrative issues, including matters of great sensitivity and complexity.

Skill in initiating and managing complex projects from initiation to completion, including written documentation.

Ability to remain calm and take decisive action during emergencies, and other high-pressure situations.

Extensive knowledge of the methods and practices of the planning, design, and construction process.

Skill in developing creative design solutions based on specific functional requirements of users within policy design standards and funding restrictions.

Knowledge of first responder emergency preparedness.

Skill in developing recommendations and directing professionals in emergency and operational preparedness matters.

Broad knowledge of all matters related to federal emergency preparedness, with a focus on high level professional environments, including COOP guidelines and emergency response communication equipment and systems.


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