UnclassifiedWashington Navy Yard, DC
Paid Internship

11 days ago


Job Title

Supervisory Interdisciplinary

Job Location

Washington Navy Yard, DC

Job Overview

The Facilities Management Division of NAVAL FAC ENGINEERING CMD WASH is seeking a Supervisory Interdisciplinary. In this role, you will review or prepare statements of work and government estimates, administer A and E contracts, and serve on A and E selection boards. You will also be responsible for conducting briefings, responding to official inquiries, and obtaining necessary information or assistance for project coordination. This is a full-time permanent position with the potential for career advancement.


Salary: $112,015 - $145,617 per year


  • Review or prepare statements of work and government estimates
  • Administer A and E contracts and serve on A and E selection boards
  • Conduct briefings and respond to official inquiries
  • Obtain necessary information or assistance for project coordination
  • Develop performance plans and evaluate employee performance
  • Analyze long-range operational requirements to identify priorities
  • Oversee the preparation of project documentation


  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Professional registration as a Professional Engineer or Certified Planner is required
  • Must have at least one year of specialized experience at the GS-12 grade level or equivalent, which includes reviewing engineering proposals, developing long-term facility plans, formulating budget requirements, and evaluating work performance
  • Must be able to travel occasionally
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance
  • Must hold a current valid United States driver's license

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