The Directorate of Operations (J3) provides fully capable Special Operations Forces (SOF) to defend the U.S. and its interests and synchronizes planning of global operations against terrorist networks. The J3 also provides the management of SOF, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) SOF, and Interagency (IA) partners designated to support Overseas Contingency Operations with operational planning to support indirect lines of operation with the most operationally relevant and accessible information. Joint Collective Training (J3-JCT) has the responsibility for planning, designing, coordinating, synchronizing and executing collective training and exercises across the USSOCOM Enterprise (including Sub-Unified Commands, Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs) and Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), SOF Component Commands, Special Operations Joint Task Forces (SOJTFs), and SOF Battle Staffs). J3-JCT ensures US Special Operations Forces (SOF) are trained and ready to support Geographic Combatant Commanders (GCC) through unified action to execute the full range of SOF core activities and operations. J3-JCT facilitates the interdependence, integration, and interoperability (I3) among SOF, Conventional Forces (CF), Interagency (IA), and Partner Nations (PN) forces through exercises.
QSI is working with our strategic partner to provide contractor Subject Matter Experts (SME) (upon contract award) to augment manpower for J3 activities across all organizational functions.
This position requires an Active TS/SCI DoD Security Clearance.
The Facilities Manager shall serve as the primary liaison for the Directorate of Operations to the Command Engineer’s office, responsible for the day-to-day management of buildings 501A and 501D (Interior and Exterior) ensuring the facility is operating safely and efficiently for the building's occupants and visitors. Contractor personnel shall be responsible for tasks such as:
- Conduct preventive maintenance to identify building deficiencies along with deferred maintenance issues.
- Facilitate and submit Workspace Change Request's (WCR) as required
- Facilitate and submit work order requests thru the Engineering Change Order Management System (ECO) as required
- Coordinate and perform the monthly fire pump test
- Visualize and inspect fire extinguishers monthly and 100% and coordinates annual fire tag inspection by the company that maintains the extinguishers
- Coordinate, schedule and oversee the daily, weekly and monthly requirements of the custodial staff
- Escorting uncleared maintenance personnel throughout the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) as required
- Attend Implementation and Management Team (IMPLANT) meetings with the Command Engineer’s office as required.
- 3 years’ experience in managing facility in accordance with management regulations and standards
- 3 years’ experience working fire, safety, resource protection regulations, risk assessment methods, techniques, and standards
- 3 years’ experience working with the 6th Air Mobility Wing’s Civil Engineers office
- 3 years’ experience processing WCR’s and ECO’s thru the USSOCOM network
- Top Secret Clearance; SCI eligible on day one of performance.