Overview: FTT is seeking a full time Government and Commercial Property Analyst for our Jupiter Florida location. This position will be responsible for the comprehensive execution of the property management lifecycle from acquisition, use and disposition. Establish and maintain current, accurate records and metrics documenting the control, care, and accountability of company and client property in accordance with regulations, policies, and procedures.
- Maintain or ensure the maintenance of auditable records of government-owned property located at the facility and associated vendor/subcontractor facilities or other alternate sites.
- Ensure records include authority to have the property and an audit trail of acquisition, receipt, identification, records, physical inventory, utilization, reports, sub-contractor control, maintenance, disposition and contract property closeout.
- Oversee preparation or prepare internal and external reports pertaining to government property. Maintain auditable backup data and files e.g. Loss, Theft, Damage or Destruction of property (LTDD); Reports of Discrepancy (RODS); report applicable property in the Item Unique Identification (IUID) registry; and reports of inventory and Plant Clearance.
- Write correspondence to internal and external customers, vendors, and DCMA personnel. Prepare draft procedure changes to implement FAR/DFARS requirements or locally directed management changes.
- Prepare status reports to management on departmental activities.
- Direct interface with Government agencies on Government Property Audits, transfers, closeouts, inventories and other inquires for all cognizant prime and subcontracts.
- Performs or oversees self-assessment of compliance to published procedures and FAR/DFARS requirements at secondary sites. This may be accomplished through site visits.
- Assist in appropriate phases of the Government’s survey during Property Management System Analysis (PMSA) or out of cycle audit reviews of site’s Government Property Management System.
- Assures that deficiencies noted during the survey are immediately addressed by informing the responsible supervisors of the findings, recommending solutions and assisting in the development and implementation of the corrective action plan.
- Create, update and maintain records (active and retired) in current and accurate status reflecting the various life cycle events (cradle to grave) including maintaining supportable evidence via soft or hard copies of the life cycle transactions.
- Provide Government Property guidance on all new business proposals or contract awards. Ensure compliance with company policy and procedures, contractual and FAR/DFARS requirements.
- Responsible for detailed review tasks for specific government property elements.
- Analyze current practices for deficiencies and determines potential corrective action.
- Develops practical and economic solutions to property problems with high complexity in compliance with given requirements.
- Responsible for preparing presentations for internal/external peers, and customers.
- Demonstrate independence in establishing Property requirements from regulations.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant discipline(s), industry practices, trends, and applications.
- Maintain an awareness of regulatory changes and their impact on contracts.
- Able to perform other duties as needed.
- Government property management experience.
- Professional experience shall include ordering, processing, shipping, receiving, material handling, and property accountability.
- Specialized experience on large government or industry service contracts involving multiple activities and multiple vendors is desired.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent is required or 7 years of related experience in lieu of a degree
- Minimum of 5 years of related experience
- Training and professional certification from National Property Management Association (NPMA) or other related professional development association preferred
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer who provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regards to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or genetic information. In addition to federal law requirements,