- 20 years of FAA Property management experience.
- Must have served as a WIM for other program.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent Experience.
WASHINGTON ITEM MANAGER (WIM)
The WIM is the person within the headquarters Program Office assigned direct management control responsibility for specific categories of national project materiel. The WIM must be able to create and control all documentation as associated with the shipment and receipt of all Project Facilities and Equipment (F&E) equipment/assets. WIMs are the contact points for information relating to specific items required for NAS F&E projects, including items availability.
Required of the Washington Item Manager is the ability to;
- Create and maintain their Project Status Report (PSR) also known as Project Control Number (PCN) in PMMS
- Prepare and release shipping/receiving document (4500-1) for contractor shipped nationally procured project materiel
- Prepare 4500-1s for Ship In Place (SIP) to a Contractor facility for storage
- Prepare manual or follow issue/receipt (4650-12) for ship Government Furnish Property (GFP) from a Contractor to an FAA site
- Establish a 14-digit temporary F&E stock numbers for project materiel Project Materiel Lists
- Ensure Regional Project Materiel Manager (RPMM) and/or F&E ACIMs, Contracting Officer (COTR), and site personnel are aware of pending shipments.
- Interact with the Transportation Officer to facilitate F&E shipments
- Interact with the FAA Logistic Center's Item Manager (IM) in coordinating F&E Shipments
- Work with the FAALC/Program Managers to process a Service Order Agreements (SOAs)
- Assist Program Managers and Regional Project Materiel Managers in the completion of Joint Acceptance Inspection criterial as it pertains to Materiel Management
- Track assets to identify programmatic shortages and work with respective Program Office Business Managers (for Budget Input) and Project Engineers to manage Program Office assets Assist Program Management in Inventory Control (i.e., requirement identification/shortages and development of Disposition Plans) Maintain spreadsheets of information on projects for various reporting requirements
- Actively participate in Program Office planning meetings and provide input during contract development and/or modified (for acquisitions) to ensure proper consideration is given to project materiel requirements Review the Program Office's SOA and Service Agreements for updates and billing reviews
- Review approve/disapprove, cancel, or update projects entered in PMMS by the RPMMs
- Ensure stored F&E project materiel at FAALC does not become obsolete/unrequired and held for valid F&E projects only
- Work with RPMM to close out projects 4500-1s and PCNs
- Close the PSR when Project is complete
- CLOSING THE PSR
- Both the regional PMM and the programs manager review the PSR to ensure all equipment has been cleared off the record. The regional PMM then enters a suspense action into PMMS, indicating the project is completed (or cancelled), and requests the program office approve the action.
- The WIM approves or disapproves the request after coordinating with the program office lead and other affected organizational elements to determine if any additional Washington-procured items are to be shipped to the project
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