The Chief Facility Engineer (CFE) shall be responsible for the overall management and operation of the mechanical, life safety, electrical and plumbing operations of DISA and associated facilities and grounds. The CFE shall be physically on-site a minimum of 8 hours per day within normal Government business hours
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(7 AM – 4 PM). The successful candidate must possess an active Secret Security clearance.
The CFE must be a licensed and registered Professional Engineer in the State of Maryland and possess a minimum of 5 years of direct experience as a CFE in facilities similar to the size, scope and complexity of the DISA HQ and its associated grounds (around 1M SF headquarters facility with Central Plant and a combination of office space, meeting/training spaces, and laboratory/research spaces).
The CFE must also possess experience in:
1. Monitoring and implementing energy conservation measures
2. Building management systems, including CMMS, BAS and fire protection systems
3. Department of Defense, Maryland, and Anne Arundel regulations, codes, standards, etc.
4. Operating and repairing all sizes of chillers, boilers, pumps, motors, air handlers, HVAC units, and UPS systems
Minimum of 5 years of required to be considered
Secret Security Clearance is mandatory
DISA requires Secret Clearances for access to any part of the HQ building(s). Clearances or escorts are also required for personnel working on the physical building exterior skin (walls, windows, roof, etc.) or the courtyard. Assigned personnel shall obtain the stated clearance prior to working at the identified secured sites. Inspection and review of clearances shall periodically occur.