Installation Management Specialist (Installations) (GA, KY)
This position will be open and available on March 24th, 2022. Please check back then and apply if you are interested.
This position is part of the Army Fellows Program and is a CIVILIAN position with the Department of the Army.
The Army Fellows Program use your talent as a federal civilian employee to make a positive difference, to make an impact on the world. The Army Fellows Program is a two-year fellowship as a federal civilian. We hire fellows as permanent, full time employees with full pay and benefits and guarantee placement after the fellowship for those who meet requirements.
We are seeking driven, high-performing teammates, and we will provide opportunities to apply your talent to make a positive difference through meaningful work. You’ll also learn and grow through a structured but flexible two-year developmental program that accounts for your existing knowledge, skills, behaviors, and preferences and for your career field’s professional competencies.
In this role you will, assist in planning and advising on implementation of new ideas, procedures, processes, methods or approaches in areas of productivity, quality management, and continuous improvement initiatives. Assist in strategic planning to ensure assessments adequately and effectively address and measure key customer and operational requirements for on-going process improvements aligned with organization strategic direction. Assist in optimizing the use of resources and bridging short/long term requirements entailing capital expenditures, training, etc. Assist in the development and management of customer feedback initiatives and systems to document and evaluate results of productivity and quality management programs and installation improvement activities. Assist in analysis and coordinating actions related to all aspects of productivity, quality management and continuous improvement management. Maintain contact and liaison with governmental, scientific, academic, and/or business institutions on matters relating to assigned programs.