Position Type: Full Time Regular Salary Range: $36,899 - $59,970 (Depending on qualifications and experience) Job Grade: CL 24 (Promotion potential to CL 25) Open Date: 03/28/2019 Closing Date: 04/11/2019 Location: Tucson, AZ POSITION OVERVIEW This position is located in the Consolidated Facilities & Budget Division of the U.S. District Court, U.S. Pretrial Services, and U.S. Probation Offices for the District of Arizona and reports to the Facilities and Budget Division Manager. The Property and Facilities Technician performs duties which ensure the court is supplied with the materials, equipment, and services to function optimally. The incumbent performs administrative and technical work related to property, supplies, equipment, and day-to-day space and facility issues. The Property and Facilities Technician ensures compliance with appropriate guidelines, policies, and approved internal controls. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES Conduct and complete required two-year accountable property sightings for all employees.Tag furniture and other office materials for the purpose of tracking inventory.Assist with records management by filing, scanning, and maintaining documents.Assist with asset inventory, using both manual and automated inventory tracking tools.Identify and assist with disposal of excess property following applicable guidelines and policies.Maintain a variety of logs and databases.Maintain and program internal cipher lock codes, safes and lockers.Conduct random accountable property and master property spot checks.Complete requested furniture and equipment moves and set-ups.Coordinate maintenance and repairs of government vehicles, including: changing flat tires, monitoring and adjusting tire pressure, and delivering vehicles to vendors for car washes, vacuuming, and repair services.Coordinate on-site vendor services, including: escorting vendors to complete equipment repairs, Shred It pick-ups, various deliveries, furniture moves, and work station adjustments.Complete minor work station modifications, including: installing or removing keyboard trays, adjusting work surfaces, and changing modular work station panel configurations or accessory installations.Receive purchased supplies and check deliveries against packaging slips.Issue and deliver materials and supplies to requesting offices.Report matters regarding the office's physical needs (such as heating, cooling, lighting, and cleaning).Monitor, coordinate, and react to day-to-day facilities management issues, which may involve structures, building systems, technology, grounds, and securityReport maintenance and repair problems to the General Services Administration.Set up furniture throughout facility.Assist procurement specialists or manager with follow-up to vendors and customers, such as clarifying or expediting orders.Perform related office duties such as processing incoming and outgoing mail and deliveries; filing property and procurement documents; maintaining vendor files and records; copying and binding forms, reports, and other documents; administering and maintaining the GSA fleet program; coordinating on-site contract support services; and other similar activities.Utilize an automated system to track assignments.Adhere to the Guide to Judiciary Policy regarding procurement program policies, procedures, and practices. Adhere to the court's internal control procedures and separation of duty practices. QUALIFICATIONS The successful applicant must be a high school graduate or equivalent and have one year of specialized experience equivalent to work at the CL-23 level and two years of generalized experience. General experience is progressively responsible clerical, office, or other work that indicates the possession of, or the ability to acquire, the particular knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of the position. Education above the high school level may be substituted for required general experience. Specialized experience is progressively responsible experience in at least one but preferably two or more of the functional areas that provide the knowledge of the rules, regulations, and terminology of property or facilities administration. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Preference given to applicants who possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Procurement Management, Facility Management, Project Management or other closely related field. Preference will be given to those with judiciary property or facilities experience. APPLICANT INFORMATION The Court reserves the right to modify the conditions of this job announcement, or to withdraw the announcement, any of which may occur without prior written or other notice. In the event that a position becomes vacant in a similar classification, within a reasonable time of the original announcement, the court may elect to select a candidate from the applicants who responded to the original announcement without posting the position. Only qualified applicants will be considered for this position. Employees of the U.S. District Court serve under "Excepted Appointments" and are considered "at will" employees (except for probation officers who may be removed for cause). Federal Civil Service classifications or regulations do not apply; however, court employees are entitled to substantially the same benefits as other Federal Government employees. The initial appointment to this position is provisional pending the successful completion of the required background checks and/or investigations. The U.S. District Court is a drug-free work place and the applicant selected will be required to participate in a drug screening test prior to employment. All information provided by applicants is subject to verification and background investigation. Applicants are advised that false statements or omission of information on any application materials or the inability to meet the following conditions may be grounds for non-selection, withdrawal of an offer of employment or dismissal after being employed. Participation in the interview process will be at the applicant's own expense and relocation expenses will not be provided. The position is subject to the mandatory electronic fund transfer (EFT) participation for payment of net pay (i.e. Direct Deposit). All promotions are subject to Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts approval. Non-citizens may be interviewed and considered for employment, but employment offers will only be made to individuals who qualify under one of the exceptions in 8 U.S.C. §1324b(a)(3)(B). In most cases, this means that an offer of employment cannot be made unless the candidate is a lawful permanent resident who is seeking U.S. citizenship as explained below. Under 8 U.S.C. §1324b(a)(3)(B), a lawful permanent resident seeking citizenship may not apply for citizenship until he or she has been a permanent resident for at least five years (three years if seeking naturalization as a spouse of a citizen), at which point he or she must apply for citizenship within six months of becoming eligible, and must complete the process within two years of applying (unless there is a delay caused by the processors of the application). Non-citizens who have not been permanent residents for five years will be required to execute an affidavit that they intend to apply for citizenship when they become eligible to do so.
Benefits Federal benefits include: Paid Annual LeavePaid Sick Leave10 Paid HolidaysRetirement Benefits to include a defined benefit program (4.4% of gross pay)Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), a 401(k)-styled program with a government match of up to 5% Optional benefits include: Health InsuranceLife InsuranceDisability InsuranceLong-term Care Insurance.Flexible Benefits which includes medical & dependent care reimbursement. In addition, we offer flexible work schedules and an in-house fitness facility.
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