These announcements are for deployment tours varying length with 6 months, 9 months or 1 year being the most often used when under a Temporary Appointment and 13 months for a Term Appointment. Applications will be reviewed and referred for selection as vacancies occur within the organization.
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****All deployment tours are limited to a maximum length of 2 years total****
About the Position: Must be able to satisfy the requirements of the 26JUL12 DODI 1400.25 V1230, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Employment in Foreign Areas and Employee Return Rights. Visit http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140025v1230.pdf.
NOTE: Generally, indoor work location has power, water, heating, and air conditioning, although outages should be expected. Lack of sleep may occur due to long work hours and uncomfortable living conditions. Employee will report symptoms of stress and fatigue to the on-site supervisor. Living conditions range from having all basic amenities; light, power, water, refrigeration, to not having one or more of these amenities. Employees who need to store refrigerated medication shall prior to departure from the primary duty station, inform the local Emergency Operations Center so availability of refrigeration at the work site can be determined. Environmental conditions at work locations may range from excessive heat and humidity to extreme cold and rainy. Some locations require that the employee be able to maintain stable mobility in sandy and unstable terrain. Although some work is sedentary, work conditions such as ergonomic issues related to lifting and carrying, seating, or video display terminals; repetitive motion injury from using computers, and the like may be expected. Foreign post differential is authorized while TDY to downrange locations. Additional compensation at a percentage determined by location, over basic compensation will be granted to employees for service at designated danger pay costs
- Requests proposals, estimates and negotiates with contractors and makes recommendations to the Contracting Officer and Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) for resolution of numerous modifications to original contracts.
- Knowledge of various Government regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the work.
- Directs and coordinates the work of non-COR personnel engaged in various phases of construction surveillance work.
- Assures that all construction is accomplished in accordance with proper quality control and assurance procedures and governing plans and specifications.
- Ensures surveillance of the work to assure the contractor is conducting quality control operations to produce work in conformance with plans and specifications.
- Reviews Quality Assurance reports and spot-checks contractor quality control reports and test results for compliance and accuracy.
- Resident Engineer verbally and noted on the Quality Assurance Representative's daily report.
- Discusses details of construction with contractor personnel, recommends changes to the contracts and coordinates the authorizations with the ACO.
- Conducts negotiation with the contractor, prepares Memorandum of Understanding on price agreements and prepares contract modification for signature by the Contracting Officer or Administrative Contracting Officer.
- Assists the Resident engineer in planning the work program and need for inspection personnel in the project office.
- Informs contractor of requirements concerning construction scheduling, progress reporting, and safety measures.
- Assures reviews of contractor's records such as cost breakdowns, progress data and field inspection reports for computing periodic payment.