Fleet Readiness Programs Director Job in CRETE, GREECE

Vacancy No. Department Commander, Navy Installations
Salary $64,000.00 to $83,000.00 Grade 04 to 04
Perm/Temp Permanent FT/PT Full-time
Open Date 1/9/2018 Close Date 1/23/2018
Job Link Apply Online Who may apply Public
Locations:
CRETE, GREECE

Job Description (Please follow all instructions carefully)

Overview

  • Open & closing dates

    01/09/2018 to 01/23/2018

  • Salary

    $64,000 to $83,000 per year

    PLUS ADDITIONAL ALLOWANCES

  • Pay scale & grade

    NF 04

  • Work schedule

    Full-Time - Full Time

  • Appointment type

    Permanent - Regular

Location

1 vacancy in the following location:

Relocation expenses reimbursed

Yes RELOCATION EXPENSES WILL BE PAID

Announcement number

EUR18070

Control number

488192100

  • Duties

    Duties

    Summary

    This position serves as the Fleet Readiness Programs (N92) Director for Naval Support Activity, Souda Bay, Crete, which includes responsibility for Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR), Navy Gateway Inns and Suites (NGIS) and the Galley.  The incumbent is responsible for developing, implementing and improving an extremely broad-based Quality of Life program to include fitness, food service, recreation/entertainment, leisure and information services as well as transient lodging. NSA Souda Bay’s Fleet Readiness N92 yearly program budget is approximately $10 million (NAF/APF) and services a multi-location, forward operating military installation.  The incumbent serves as the installation’s functional expert and advises the Commander on overall program effectiveness and its ability to meet and exceed the community’s needs.  In addition to serving the Installation Commander, the incumbent serves as subject technical advisor to the Navy’s forward deployed fleet assets that utilize NSA Souda Bay for support

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    Responsibilities

    Planning, Programming and Organizational Management                                                         

    Develops specific policies and procedures on a wide range of subjects to guide and manage programs.  These include, but are not limited to: budgets, programs, marketing, accounting, staffing, training, procurement, and facility planning.  Provides leadership for the Fleet Readiness N92 program; implements policies and directives from the Command and higher headquarters and adapts those policies to meet the needs of NSA Souda Bay.  Develops operating criteria and techniques for stimulating and maintaining interest in all customer service activity areas.  Advises the Commander on all matters of policy and planning for Fleet Readiness N92 programs.

    Organizes and administers a comprehensive Fleet Readiness program.  The incumbent is responsible for all recreation, leisure, transient  lodging and food and beverage programs.

    Develops and updates a MWR Master plan that addresses overall program scope to include three primary sub- functional program areas: Mission Sustaining Programs, Community Support Activities and Business Activities.

    Plans for and budgets available appropriated (APF) and nonappropriated (NAF) funds to optimize revenue while reducing expenses. These resources affect staffing, capitalization of equipment and construction and renovation of facilities.

    Coordinates with Commander, Navy Region Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA) N9 program managers to facilitate support services, resourcing, (e.g., POM, budget, allocation and distribution), oversight, inspections, audits and coordinating data calls from higher authority.

    Exercises overall supervision and responsibility for approximately 100 personnel (appropriated and non-appropriated funded U.S. and Greek civilians as well as contractor staff) and 15 facilities.

    Supervisory Responsibilities                                                                                                      

    As Fleet Readiness N92 Director, directly and indirectly oversees the administration of a civilian work force  of approximately 100 employees comprised of 3 systems (GS, NAF, and Contractors).  Directly supervises 7 senior management personnel at or equivalent to the Supervisory NF-4 and NF-3 levels, responsible in as many functional areas within the Fleet Readiness N92 Program. 

    Manages manpower assigned to the organization; responsible for using the work force effectively, appropriately structuring the organization, resolving grievances and complaints referred from subordinate supervisors, initiating recruitment of and selecting personnel, conducting performance evaluations, reassignments, promotions, discipline, and on-the- job training of personnel.

    Works within the framework of applicable Navy, federal and Greek government personnel rules and regulations.

    Employs aggressive EEO/Affirmative action initiatives to meet departmental, installation, region and Navy EEO objectives. The incumbent actively carries out and communicates strong support of the command EEO program including: Affirmative Employment Plan, Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment, Disabled Veteran, Handicap Program and all EEO committee assignments of employees.  Will determine staffing requirements and direct actions to assure minorities and women are included in the pool from which selections are made.

    Resource Management and Procurement                                                                                   

    Responsible for preparing and updating a comprehensive out year budget of approximately $10 million appropriated and non-appropriated funding plans for all Fleet Readiness N92 activities and facilities.

    Responsible for identifying and updating facilities improvement programs (non-appropriated and appropriated funds) and associate budgets.

    Monitors and reviews obligations, expenditures, reimbursable orders, funding requests, etc, through review of financial records, continuing dialogue with program managers, and review of written documents.  Advises the Commanding Officer on the status and availability of funds.

    Ensures that financial data is submitted and recorded into the Recreation and Mess Central Accounting System (RAMCAS).

    Reviews financial reports, identifying positive and negative trends and develops approaches for correcting deficiencies and optimizing revenues.

    Establishes and executes contracting warrant control.

    Services and Programs                                                                                                                

    Initiates and directs market research studies along functional program lines.  Identifies needs and desires and determines feasibility of providing services that meet or exceed business objectives.

    Continuously evaluates management procedures and departmental programs by analysis of financial plans, market survey results, program participation, interviews, and other analytical methods that clarify data for decision making.

    Coordinates overall facilities and programs operational policies.  Ensures compliance with overall DOD/Navy policies and guidance.

    Performs or supervises vulnerability assessments, and coordinates fiscal, security, and safety reviews.

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    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - OCCASIONAL TRAVEL MAY BE REQUIRED

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    United States Citizens Worldwide, including local U.S. Citizens that are 1) Current permanent NAF/APF employees; or 2) Spouses of active duty military members; or 3) Family members of active duty military member; or 4) Family members of DoD civilians.

    Questions? This job is open to 3 groups.

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