MbSolutions Inc
  • 11-Jul-2018 to 01-Dec-2018 (PST)
  • Kings Bay Base, GA, USA
  • Hourly
  • Contract

Position Summary:

Naval Submarine Base in Kings Bay, GA currently has an opening for a Facilities Support shall provide support to the Marine Command Security Force Battalion (MCSFBN).

Minimum Education & Experience Required:

  • High School Diploma
  • 12 months experience of construction or facility maintenance oversight



  • Perform Building Group Lead (BGL) duties on all facilities assigned to the battalion as defined in SWFLANT Facility Instruction (SWFLANTINST 11010.2). BGL duties include reporting facility maintenance issues, reporting facility damages, tracking work orders to ensure work is performed, and performing quality assurance (QA) functions on work performed. Facilities support tasks include serving as the primary point of contact for MCSFBN on all matters related to MCSFBN facilities maintenance, ensuring timely/effective communication to the Logistics Office on all facility discrepancies which impact safety/security/production requirements. Duties include coordinating facilities maintenance, liaising with SWFLANT Industrial Division (SPK15), attending regular meetings to brief work request status and ensuring discrepancies are reported in a timely manner to the SWFLANT Trouble Desk for resolution.
  • Coordinate and ensure facility maintenance, sustainment, and repair work does not interfere with safety, security, and production requirements.
  • Provide quality assurance on work orders reported as completed and report inadequate/incomplete work to SPK15 within 24 hours for follow-on action.
  • Complete daily building walkthroughs to verify maintenance repairs. Duties include verifying and reporting work completed by BOSC to SPK15 within 24 hours, performing quality control on established janitorial service and landscaping contracts and notifying SPK15 of any complaints for action and/or correction.
  • Provide supporting data with regards to janitorial and landscaping contract performance as requested by the COR.
  • Establish and implement an electronic process to log and track feedback of all requested changes to existing facilities by the security force for the purpose of maintaining a historical record. Duties include coordinating user input during the design process of any modernization project to existing facilities, communicating user requirements to the Logistics Office as required, and coordinating site visits with project engineers and/or vendors in support of facility projects in order to minimize impact to day-to-day operations.
  • Communicate requests for disposition of Government property with appropriate Supply personnel, create and produce recurring reports on pending facility discrepancy requests and submit to SPK15 in order to manage of outstanding discrepancies.
  • Provide trend analysis to capture details of facility maintenance discrepancies and create supporting report products such as MS PowerPoint to present data clearly and concisely.
  • Provide cleared escorts to personnel requiring access to buildings for which they are the BGL in order to support facility sustainment/restoration/modernization projects, conduct weekly facility zone inspections and surveillance walk-throughs and submit discrepancies via appropriate SPK channels.
  • Conduct zone inspections on every assigned facility in accordance with SWFLANTINST 11010.2 (Series) and log results noted using the format contained in the above instruction.
  • Conduct material condition zone inspections and inspect on-going work orders/repairs
  • Plan and schedule work orders and repairs with repair personnel to minimize workload interruptions
  • Provide customer service replies via email, phone and in person and provide administrative support

Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:

Contractor personnel work inside or outside in areas that may be hot, damp, cold, drafty or poorly lighted. Facilities support personnel are regularly exposed to the possibility of cuts, scrapes, bruises, abrasions, falls, and injury from falling stock or mechanized conveyor systems. Facilities support personnel may be exposed to dust, dirt, grease, solvents, and high noise levels in working areas. When working in hazardous material areas, the Facilities support personnel may be subject to exposure from radiation, toxins, explosive hazards, or chemical fumes. The work effort may require wearing Contractor-provided personal protective equipment/clothing such as hard hats, steel-toed shoes, rubber gloves, masks, and rubber aprons.

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