Community Planner

$65,000 - $75,000 yearly
  • NAS Lemoore Public Works
  • NAS Lemoore, Ca
  • Apr 13, 2018
Full time Business Development Construction Executive Facilities General Business Management Professional Services Purchasing-Procurement Project Managment Operations

Job Description

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Technical Expert (70%)
The incumbent produces or oversees the production of a wide variety of facilities planning products and
services in support of activities within AOR. Products and services include, but are not limited to, Area
Development Plans (ADP), Installation Development Plans (IDP), Capital Improvements Plans (CIP),
Asset Evaluations (AE), Basic Facility Requirement (BFR), Facility Planning Documents (FPD),
Special Studies, Military Construction (MCON) Project Documentation (DD1391), Site Planning / Site
Approvals, Real Estate requirements packages, Space Assignment request packages, Sustainment
Restoration and Modernization (SRM) Project documentation, Energy Project documentation, Economic
Analyses, Parametric Cost estimates, and Business Case Analyses. The planner must leverage in-house
technical expertise and management capabilities of other business lines and product lines (Capital
Improvements, Environmental, Real Estate Services, Public Works). The planner must integrate the
diverse elements at each of these levels, and be able to develop recommendations that can be
implemented. The Planner needs to have a working knowledge of the Shore Facilities Planning System
(SFPS) and to be able to recommend process improvements and efficiencies.
The planner/engineer/architect must:
• Lead multi-disciplined teams involved with base and asset development.
• Consider all aspects of facilities development including demographics, development trends, local
economic conditions and trends, sustainability concepts, economics and cost estimating, mission
requirements, compatible land use, encroachment issues, safety considerations, (AT/FP, HERO,
AICUZ, EMR, etc.), the NEPA process, cultural resources regulations, the impact of natural
resources management and general knowledge of Navy planning and programming procedures.
Programs affected include the Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP), Hazard Electromagnetic
Radiation, Ordnance (HERO), Air Installation Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ), Electromagnetic
Radiation (EMR), etc.
• Make recommendations to decision-makers based on sound economic analysis.
• Establish basic proficiency in information technology, such as Geospatial Information Systems
(GIS), Interoperable Enterprise Facilities Management (ieFACMAN), eProjects, Electronic Project
Generator (EPG) and internet Navy Facilities Assets Data Store (iNFADS).
• Identify opportunities, costs, risk and payback for innovative approaches to Shore Installation
Management.
• Understand the integration of assets management technologies and investment strategies.
• Understand the Planning, Programming and Budgeting System (PPBS) and how it affects base
development and facility projects.
• Understand Urban Planning principles, Land Use Compatibility, Land Use Constraints Analysis,
Safety Criteria Applications, Sustainable Development Principles, AICUZ Principles,
Encroachment, AT/FP and the Site Approval Process.
• Be able to balance multiple projects and priorities.
• Possess excellent verbal and written communications skills. Be able to facilitate meetings among
large groups and resolve controversial issues among senior-level Navy personnel.
Contracting Officer’s Representative for Architect and Engineer Contracts (15%)
The incumbent prepares statements of work and independent government estimates. The incumbent
evaluates the contractor’s technical proposals and submittals and monitors the contactor’s performance.
The incumbent verifies contractor performance for payment and invoice procedures. The incumbent
maintains a complete chronological file of their actions on a contract or task order. The incumbent is
assigned duties as a Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) on a specific contract or task order by
the contracting officer.
Continuous Improvement (15%)
The incumbent participates in the NAVFAC efforts to continuously improve business practices and
customer satisfaction. The incumbent identifies areas for improvement, studies processes, recommends
changes, studies impact, and assists with implementation. The incumbent may participate in a
NAVFAC-wide process improvement team.
Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Gary Munson

Team C

Qualifications

See job discription.