Serve as a professional architect, project manager or engineer, performing design, project programming, construction management/monitoring duties and improvement projects of real property facilities and infrastructure, including utility systems in support of a military installation.
Performs planning and design work for substantial multi-phase new construction, renovations, and improvement projects for real property facilities, including utility systems, utilizing a professional knowledge of architecture.
Manages projects for new construction, renovations, and improvements to real property facilities and maintains surveillance over construction contractors utilizing a professional knowledge of mechanical engineering and knowledge of other engineering disciplines to ensure overall compliance with contracted specifications, schedules, etc.
Plans, programs, budgets, and executes required projects in support of assigned programs.
Coordinates projects with other engineers in other disciplines or with architects, planners and contracting officials.
At a minimum, a Degree: architecture; or related field that included 60 semester hours of course work in architecture or related disciplines of which at least (1) 30 semester hours were in architectural design, and (2) 6 semester hours were in each of the following: structural technology, properties of materials and methods of construction, and environmental control systems.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Security Clearance.
The work may require the employee to drive a motor vehicle. An appropriate, valid driver’s license may be required for the position.
At minimum, a professional engineering degree at the Bachelor’s level or above from an ABET accredited institution.
Additional Salary Information: The actual salary is dependent upon the location
About Air Force Civilian Service
AIR FORCE CIVILIAN SERVICEYou know the U.S. Air Force is the mightiest in the world. It is admired and respected by friend and foe alike.But did you know it takes thousands of civilians to keep the Air Force powerful and effective? We are the 170,000 civilians who do just that.Working shoulder to shoulder with the men and women in uniform, we are a force to be reckoned with—keeping the Air Force ready for action, ready for anything.FORCES. JOINED.WE ARE CIVILIAN STRONGAs civilians, we share the same responsibility to our nation as the men and women in uniform. We share the same passion as well. Together, we develop innovations and harness the energy to meet every challenge.Working in over 600 occupations and professions, we are the backbone of the Air Force, sustaining its aircraft, its facilities, its infrastructure, its systems. And all 300,000 active duty Airmen.We are engineers working in research labs and social workers helping kids acclimate to new environments. We are physicians treating Airmen and their families. We are cybersecurity experts guarding against hackers. We are police officers, aircraft mechanics, nuclear physicists, and mathematicians. We are HR professionals,... electricians, and rocket scientists. And so much more.A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITHThe Air Force is renowned for its unparalleled innovation and deployment of paradigm-shifting systems. Air Force Civilian Service is helping drive that innovation with a focus on breakthroughs in technology and in human potential.To that end, we maintain research facilities and dedicated laboratories in 22 locations across the country. Staffed by over 16,000 civilians, these laboratories are on the cutting edge of discovery and innovation, and our scientists and engineers work with technology and advanced equipment unavailable anywhere else.COMMUNITIES OF SUPPORTWe also create and sustain communities for ourselves and our active duty colleagues on over 80 Air Force bases and installations in the U.S. and nearly a dozen around the world.These communities are vital to the well-being of Airmen and their families and contribute to Air Force readiness in mind, body, and spirit.STRENGTH IN DIVERSITYAFCS values the strength that comes from our diverse perspectives and abilities and from our different backgrounds and experiences. This is essential to our creativity and success.We rely on inspired thinking from any and every member of our team and cultivate multicultural viewpoints, varied education, and life experiences to fuel innovation in every field of operation essential to the Air Force mission. Success is assured when everyone contributes.