Occ. Code 2326000
NYSIF PROPERTY SERVICES,
New York State Department of Civil Service
Draft Classification Standard
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The Director NYSIF Property Services directs and coordinates buildings and facilities operations, and property management for all owned and leased New York State Insurance Fund properties statewide. The Director NYSIF Property Services exists only in the State Insurance Fund.
Public Buildings Managers plan, coordinate, supervise, and direct the operation, maintenance, safety, and security of either a cluster of facilities or a single facility that is highly visible due to its use by elected officials.
DIRECTOR NYSIF PROPERTY SERVICES: one-position class; oversees the management and operations of the State Insurance Funds buildings; and oversees the establishment of all policies and procedures related to statewide building operations.
DIRECTOR NYSIF PROPERTY SERVICES: directs and coordinates the building and facilities operations and management of properties for all State Insurance Fund locations; identifies, resolves, and makes final decisions on the most difficult or sensitive building operation issues; reviews, evaluates, and develops proposals and justifications for procuring new space and making alterations or additions to existing premises; oversees all contractor work and services and authorizes payment, in conjunction with contract administration; negotiates procurements, on-site inspections, the provision of engineering, architectural, maintenance, and security services, and the design, delivery, and installation of modular office furnishings and equipment; evaluates proposed sites; represents the Directors Financial Administration during negotiations and other contacts with government officials or private organizations; plans for the evaluation and implementation of recommendations from the agencys security consultant; establishes policies and procedures for emergency building evacuation; prepares and assists the Budget Unit with reviews of operational budgets; plans and reviews surveys and studies of existing operations, organizational structure, policies, and procedures for effectiveness, accuracy, and adherence to management objectives; chairs the NYSIF Real Estate Committee; establishes policies and procedures for retaining, storing, maintaining, and recovering closed files; and plans and oversees the transfer and periodic purging of closed files.
Promotion: one year of service as a Public Buildings Manager 3 or a Building Construction Program Manager 2 at the State Insurance Fund.
Open Competitive: six years of experience supervising the operation, maintenance, and minor rehabilitation of one or more office buildings, including three years of managerial experience.
NOTE: Classification Standards illustrate the nature, extent and scope of duties and responsibilities of the classes they describe. Standards cannot and do not include all of the work that might be appropriately performed by a class. The minimum qualifications above are those which were required for appointment at the time the Classification Standard was written. Please contact the Division of Staffing Services for current information on minimum qualification requirements for appointment or examination.