San Diego Navy Community Support Programs
San Diego is the homeport to the Navy's Pacific Fleet. Recreational opportunities abound at one of the world's largest concentrations of military personnel and services. Installations in San Diego include Naval Base San Diego (NBSD), homeport to over 50 ships; Naval Amphibious Base Coronado (NAB) where the elite Navy SEALs train; Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI), the birthplace of naval aviation; Naval Base Point Loma (NBPL) and Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command (NMAWC), overlooking San Diego's finest bay views; and Naval Medical Center San Diego, the most technologically advanced US Navy medical treatment facility.
MWR is more than the services offered on board the six installations; it's the launching point for adventures into Southern California's destinations. Find everything you need to fill your leisure hours at the Metro San Diego MWR programs.
14-48 Construction Supervisor
Vacancy Announcement Number: 14-48
Job Title, PPlan, Series, & Grade: Construction Supervisor, NF-1640-04
Location: Naval Base San Diego, CA
Status: Regular Full Time
Salary: $70,000 - $85,000 Annually
Opening Date: 23 April 2014
Closing Date: Open Until Filled; First Cut Off: 06 May 2014
Area of Consideration: All Sources - Relocation Expenses Not Authorized
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
This position is located in Community Support Programs (CSP) in the Navy Region Southwest. The primary purpose of this position is to plan and direct the day-to-day operation of a comprehensive maintenance, repair and improvement program for CSP facilities by; determining operation and maintenance methods; forecasting material and manpower needs; organizing and directing program resources and evaluating program effectiveness through inspections and budget controls. Performs other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: • Possession of a Contractors' license that is current and active from the Contractors State License Board is required. A Class "B" General Building Contractor license is preferred. Completion of a 30-hour OSHA Training Course is required.
• Three to four years of general maintenance experience which enabled the applicant to gain knowledge of concepts and operational systems; material procurement and scheduling procedures; property management practices and procedures; or, practical experience in trade, craft or maintenance work incorporating operation, maintenance and repair of a variety of operating equipment, building, utility systems, etc
• Five years of specialized experience which provided a background in the coordination of construction/renovation projects, cost estimating and procurement of construction/renovation project materials; management of prescribed preventive maintenance programs; establishment of scheduled inspections and construction/renovation projects and supervision of human resources
• Ability to develop, administer, monitor and coordinate prescribed programs in the operation and maintenance of equipment and facilities
• Ability to operate a computer along with MS Outlook, MS Word and MS Excel programs
• Knowledge of construction and maintenance standards and techniques
• Ability to organize, direct and coordinate
• Ability to maintain labor accountability and equipment repair costs and maintenance records
• Ability to read and understand construction drawings and specifications
• Ability to make alterations to buildings for better space utilization
• Knowledge of roof construction, partition construction and acoustical treatment of walls
• Knowledge of carpentry, painting, electrical, pipefitting, plumbing and boiler plant/HVAC operations
• Ability to make cost and budget analysis and project operating costs on present rate of expenditures
• Ability to read blueprints and to make corrections and changes
• Knowledge of asset inventory procedures
• Must be able to communicate effectively to all levels of the organization, both verbally and in writing in English
• Must meet Federal Employment suitability requirements and successful completion of background investigation. Background Investigations are conducted using fingerprint identification and completion of background inquiry forms.
Stomp Out Sexual Assault 5K Run/2-Mile Walk
Friday, April 25 • 9 am • NASNI, Quay Wall
Stomp Out Sexual Assault 5K Run/2-Mile Walk and Shine the Light Ceremony. Breaking the silence and building survivors! Event is open to all MWR patrons and their guests. Registration check-in opens at 7:30 am, race starts at 9 am, and Shine the Light Ceremony begins at 10:15 am. Other Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) events during and after the run/walk are "These Hands Won't Hurt" and Clothesline Projects. For more information contact AOC Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brewmaster's Dinner & Beer Tasting
Tuesday, April 29 • 6-8 pm • $25 • River's Edge Café • 619-487-0016
From the appetizers to Godiva Cheesecake, enjoy a four-course meal paired with eclectic beers. Meet the Anheuser-Busch Brew Master George F. Reisch. $25 per person. Call 619-487-0016 today for reservations!
*All guests must be 21 and over
NMCSD Cinco de Mayo 5K Run/ Walk
Thursday, May 1 • 11:15 • FREE • Balboa Athletic Complex, Bldg. 12 • 619-532-6080
All are welcome to attend! Free T-shirt for the first 150 pre-registered participants, pre-race music and fun, post-race drawing and prizes for 1st and 2nd place finishers. Plus, all participants help their Directorate earn Commander’s Cup points for the year-round Cup Trophy race! 10:30 am check in and day-of registration at Bldg. 12 softball field.
Navy's 28th Bridge Run/Walk
Sunday, May 18 • 8 am • One Park Blvd. at Harbor Drive
Join in the Navy's 28th Bay Bridge Run/Walk. This annual Navy-hosted event includes the public in raising money for the Navy's Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs. MWR provides Quality of Life programs for our 500,000+ active duty and retired military, reservists, their family members and civilian employees who make up our San Diego Military Family. This unique 4-mile run/walk has a one of a kind spectacular panoramic view as participants make their way to Coronado's beautiful Tidelands Park from downtown San Diego over the Coronado Bay Bridge. During the finish line celebration, runners receive an event shirt and complimentary transportation back to downtown via bus and ferry.