We are seeking a Civil Engineer – General at F.E. Warren Air Force Base (AFB) in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Work Location includes F.E. Warren AFB and its 150 Launch Facilities (LFs) and 15 Missile Alert Facilities which are located within a 140 mile radius of Cheyenne, WY.
The Civil Engineer – General will provide “on-site” technical and administrative services, to support the F.E. Warren AFB Civil Engineer (90 CES/CC), Operations Flight (CEO), Missile Engineering Flight (CEM), and Engineering Flight (CEN) for F.E. Warren AFB and throughout the 90th Missile Wing missile field area, providing technical engineering design and construction management services in support of Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) projects and will manage already awarded construction and design projects, as well as support the development of new construction and design projects for award by the 90th Contracting Squadron and/or Army Corps of Engineers.
Additional Responsibilities Include, but are not Limited To:
• Regularly inspect/survey facilities to identify deficiencies for incorporation into Asset Management Plans.
• Ensure planned and prioritized requirements comply with published business rules and are documented to effectively advocate for resources at the Air Force Corporate Board.
• Incorporate assessment results into applicable databases and Sustainment Management Systems (SMS) on a regular basis.
• Plan, organize, and lead others in studies, designs, and construction projects, record and manage the processes and documentation, and to negotiate effectively to accept and implement recommendations.
• Safely operate a motor vehicle, navigating remote areas on both paved and gravel roads.
• Support 90 CES’s expanded mission and support internal operations to ensure quality assurance of its products and services.
• Support the 90 CES mission by providing specialized expertise and recommendations in specific subject areas.
• Assist with schedule support, project level meeting attendance, database support, and budget submittals.
• Assist with cost/schedules/status report reviews, scientific and technical research/document reviews/recommendations, and analysis of program and project data gaps.
• Assist 90 CES by providing logistical and organizational support.
• Utilize Administrative Data Processing (ADP) systems in support of the requirements of the workload. Specific capabilities must include word processing, spreadsheet, database, and graphics and the ability to develop, maintain, and utilize databases as decision-making tools and in concert with geographical interface systems (GIS) as appropriate.
• Support the design and production of plans and specifications and assist with the preparation of formal briefings, program management documents, and Bullet Background Papers (BBPs) related to the status of specific projects or programs managed by Civil Engineering and related programs.
• Assist in defining requirements, developing and integrating execution strategies, Statement of Objectives, Statements of Works (SOW), PWS, programming documents, DD Form 1391s (for Military Construction Project Data), cost estimates, and other components of acquisition packages to support the 90 CES mission and capture and document processes and records as needed to support the design, development, construction and close-out of 90 CES requirements as described herein.
• Support planning, programming, and execution forums and technical interchange meetings providing background information and guidance for development of technical inputs in support of planning decisions and program development and implementation, and transition.
• Provide technical liaison support between 90 CES and individuals or groups involved in the planning, programming, and/or execution of 90 CES initiatives. This includes but is not limited to, USACE, MAJCOM, and other sub-organizations.
• Coordinate and review submitted data deliverables for functional and technical accuracy/completeness, and for compliance with applicable regulations; assess whether technical deliverables satisfy specifications and schedules.
• Use the necessary tools to provide a complete technical review, making written recommendations regarding acceptance or rejection of documents submitted.
• Maintain USAF databases for specific project tracking, collecting data and compile into project notebooks and files compatible with standards.
• Assist in documenting program files and processes, organizing files/records and providing administrative support, such as regulatory and partnering sessions. Examples include, but are not limited to, development of peer review documents, project proposal documents, third party technical review of proposals, technology evaluation reports, test plans, and planning for construction programs utilizing appropriate software, documentation, or methodologies.
• Provide conference support assistance such as facilitating meetings, graphic support, study materials, locating available conference rooms, invitations, stakeholder involvement, community relations, risk communication, etc., as approved by the Government.
• Assist in the application of regulatory requirements that pertain to projects and maintain currency with changing Air Force, Federal, and State statutes and regulations.
• Review, analyze, and integrate federal, state, and local government comments on programs and related data and studies as required.
• Develop options for responses and prepare reports to communicate Air Force priorities to regulatory agencies as required.
• Assist with proposal development, if necessary.