In the Air Force:
Air Transportation; Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice; Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice, F-35; Aircraft Armament Systems Helper, B-1; Aircraft Armament Systems Journeyman; Civil Engineer, C2ISREW; Civil Engineer, General Engineer; Civil Engineer, Tanker; Knowledge Management Journeyman; Missile Facility Manager
In the Army:
Automated Logistical Specialist; Cavalry Scout; Combat Engineer; Construction Engineering Technician; Human Resources Specialist; M1 Armor Crewman
In the Marine Corps:
Administrative Specialist; Barracks and Grounds Marine; Basic Utilities Officer; Combat Engineer; Facilities Management Officer; Supply Chain and Materiel Management Specialist; Utilities Officer
In the Navy:
Aviation Ordnanceman; Executive Officer, Naval Construction Forces; Facilities Construction/Facilities Services Officer; Facilities Design Officer; Facilities Engineering Officer; Facilities Manager; Logistics Specialist; Staff Facilities Engineer; Yeoman
Every organization needs the appropriate facilities, services, and supplies to do its work and keep operations running. Administrative services managers make sure everything their organization needs is in place ahead of time. While positions at smaller organizations may include oversight of all aspects of administration, including supervision of administrative staff… in larger organizations, their duties tend to be more specialized. Many administrative service managers oversee the maintenance of buildings, grounds, and environmental practices. Others supervise activities that include recordkeeping, mail distribution, printing and copying, as well as office upkeep. Administrative services managers also plan for maintenance and the future replacement of equipment, such as computers. They may recommend buying new or different equipment and supplies to lower energy costs or improve indoor air quality. Typically administrative services managers work full time, in organizations such as school districts, healthcare facilities, and government agencies. They may leave the office to inspect facilities and supervise maintenance activities. Candidates for this field generally need a bachelor’s degree and related work experience that shows management and leadership ability. For some positions, a high school diploma and significant work experience in roles such as facility management, or technical positions, may be enough.
What they do:
Plan, direct, or coordinate operations and functionalities of facilities and buildings. May include surrounding grounds or multiple facilities of an organization's campus.
On the job, you would:
Acquire, distribute and store supplies.
Conduct classes to teach procedures to staff.
Dispose of, or oversee the disposal of, surplus or unclaimed property.
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