Building Manager Duty Descriptions

00G/Facilities Manager

The 00G/Facilities Manager performs administrative services for the daily operation and maintenance of the Armed Forces Reserve Center. This includes overseeing a site area of 58.41 acres and a building area of 4.28 acres. The Facilities Manager serves a combined workforce consisting of 1,115 Army Reserve, Army National Guard, and Department of the Army Civilian personnel. They act as the primary point of contact for reporting all maintenance, repairs, and logistical requirements to the 81st Readiness Division. The Facilities Manager ensures compliance with certifications, safety regulations, fire prevention measures, and physical security requirements. They also conduct inspections of contract work to ensure completion, including plumbing, utility, telephone, janitorial, and elevator services. The Facilities Manager is responsible for determining and projecting funding requirements and submitting budget requests to support the ongoing maintenance and operation of the Armed Forces Reserve Center.

Building Manager

The Building Manager serves as the central point of contact for all building-related matters within an organization. They are responsible for maintaining all organizational buildings and infrastructure. This includes establishing, maintaining, and renewing memorandums of support from base agencies. The Building Manager conducts regular inspections of all real property and infrastructure, identifying any electrical, plumbing, or structural problems that may arise. They coordinate, track, and ensure the timely completion of work orders and repairs. The Building Manager also evaluates, coordinates, and tracks self-help projects within the organization. Their role is to facilitate building modifications and ensure the overall functionality and safety of the buildings under their responsibility.

Barracks Manager

The Barracks Manager is responsible for managing the unaccompanied housing assignments for a specific brigade, overseeing 1424 individual living spaces and clearing procedures. They are tasked with maintaining and inventorying furniture and equipment valued at over $450,000. The Barracks Manager coordinates daily escorts for maintenance contractors and maintains two SAFLOK room key issue systems and two door lock programmers valued at $25,000. Additionally, they report the weekly status on man-hours used to maintain single soldier housing to the Department of Defense. The Barracks Manager plays a critical role in ensuring the proper functioning and maintenance of the barracks facilities, as well as the well-being of the soldiers residing in them.

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