Are you an architect or project manager looking for autonomy in your work, variety in your projects, and the opportunity to work on some of the most impressive buildings in the region? The United States Courts for the Sixth Circuit is seeking a strategic-thinking Assistant Circuit Executive for Space & Facilities to join our team.
The Assistant Circuit Executive for Space & Facilities is a senior level position that provides leadership, coordination, and guidance on space and facility projects within the Circuit. The major responsibilities and duties of this position include the following:
Manage space and facilities projects; create and maintain project budgets, design objectives, schedules, and scope(s) to guide specifications; translate functional requirements into a space-needs plan.
Advise and represent the Sixth Circuit in all phases of courthouse development and alteration, including professional guidance in the areas of design, construction, furnishing, and occupancy.
Ensure compliance with federal policies and regulations; provide leadership and professional assistance in the resolution of facilities issues.
Provide technical advice and support to Judicial committees and advisory groups. Serve as liaison with the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, the General Services Administration, the U.S. Marshal’s Service and the Sixth Circuit courts on national issues affecting courts’ space and facilities needs, which can include courthouse security projects.
Ensure project timeliness by coordinating stakeholder deliverables during successive project phases; provide continuous updates to concerned parties; recommend improvements or changes; perform cost evaluation and control during project phases.
Conduct site visits to monitor compliance and prepare punch lists.
Provide oversight and management of the Sixth Circuit Space & Facilities unit.
Benefits The Sixth Circuit offers a forward-thinking work environment with a team of dedicated professionals.
Benefits: Employer subsidized health and life insurance plans. Dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, long-term care plans available. Eligibility for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and mass transit subsidies. On-site gym. Federal retirement entails an employer sponsored pension plan (FERS) and a retirement contribution plan with employer match (TSP). Retirees carry insurance plans into retirement while paying the same premiums as employees.
Work/Life: Time off - 13 vacation days, 13 sick leave days, and 10 paid holidays. Vacation days increase to 20 days after three years and to 26 days after fifteen years. We also offer family friendly flexibilities to
Required: Ten years of successful project management work experience in the architectural and/or construction fields. Demonstrated experience leading, directing and, managing people. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including: ability to articulate ideas, both verbally and in writing; highly precise, detailed and self-organized. Ability to work under pressure and within the constraints of conflicting deadlines. Proactive, problem-solving approach. Travel is required.
Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in architecture or facilities-related field. Current professional license. Experience in a court, government agency, or equivalent environment. Experience working with the General Services Administration
meet the needs of you and your family.
Visit www.ca6.uscourts.gov to view the complete job posting.
About United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
The federal Judiciary seeks talented and motivated individuals to support its mission of ensuring equal justice under law. The federal Judiciary offers work/life balance, competitive benefits, and teams with dedicated professionals. The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is one of 12 regional federal courts. Circuit courts hear appeals from the district (trial) courts located within their circuit, as well as appeals from decisions of federal administrative agencies. Headquartered in Cincinnati, the Court serves Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. For more information about the federal court system, please visit: www.uscourts.gov and www.ca6.uscourts.gov.
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