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MWR Deputy Director – Diego Garcia, Naval Facility, British Indian Ocean Territory
Commander, Navy Installations, Department of the Navy
Job ID: 79829Start Date: 04/09/2019End Date: 04/23/2019
Knowledge and skill in directing the application of management principles, concepts, and methodology to a variety of conventional and unusually difficult and complex assignments, involving the full range of food/beverage; recreational, and resale activities including operations and maintenance, financial management, assignment, utilization, improvements, management-patron relations, merchandise and equipment management. Position requires experience which provides knowledge of club, restaurant, business operations, or equivalent leadership experience. Familiarity with cash handling procedures and-sales operation. Ability to communicate both orally and in writing, and to provide work direction to other employees. Comprehensive knowledge of federal and Navy MWR policies, requirements, administrative practices, and procedures related to the planning, budgeting, scheduling, and coordinating of MWR clubs, resale and recreational programs, and the efficient operation and utilization of facilities and equipment. Must have skills in negotiating major program issues and operational requirements with personnel inside and outside the Navy, foreign armed service personnel, third country nationals, civilian contractors, community organizers, and patrons. The MWR Deputy Director must have a thorough knowledge of financial management, including budgeting, cost, profitability, analysis, internal controls, auditing, purchasing, and cash flow management. The uncertainty of availability of appropriated fund support and subsidies for other activities require a high level of financial management skills. The incumbent must be aware of proper MWR policies and procedures to adequately assess performance established by contracting specifications of the BOS Contract. Must have knowledge of contract sampling conflict resolution, and document preparation for the Facilities Engineering Acquisition Division (FEAD) to enable contract payment. Thorough knowledge of the use of APF and NAF policy, including the means for and problems involved in, obtaining and controlling the financial resources needed through the budget process. Must possess the knowledge to obtain a wide range of qualitative and quantitative measures and indicators for the assessment, restructuring, and improvement of programs and systems. Knowledge of a wide range of Federal and Navy policies, statutes, procedures, and requirements relative to QOL programs, as well as International and Federal concepts, regulations, and laws is necessary.
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