Defense Commissary Agency Commissary Officer in MacDill AFB, Florida
Serves as the Commissary Officer, fully responsible for managing all activities and functions of the commissary. The commissary has the full range of departments; i.e., grocery, meat, produce, management support and other functions.
Position responsibilities include: Managing all activities and functions of a commissary store to include the full range of managerial and supervisory responsibilities. Executing Agency policy, sales, and promotional programs. Coordinating with Zone Manager in developing and implementing local commissary management policies and procedures. Analyzing a variety of management reports to determine efficiency of operations and initiate action to correct deficiencies. Managing and monitoring all budget funding expenditures to ensure that execution is within the parameters of the funding program for their individual store. Directing monitoring, and adjusting the overall execution of the store sales plan, ensuring that sales goals and targets are met. Establishing, monitoring and adjusting an inventory control program and store security program that focuses on the elimination of fraud, waste, and abuse. Establishing, monitoring, and adjusting a variety of programs to include safety, customer relations, sanitation, and patron identification programs. Initiating, approving and obtaining all required concurrences for personnel actions within the store. Promoting DeCA goals and objectives of the EEO and Affirmative Action Program. Participating in customer advisory council meetings. In accordance with the current CCP Manual, applicants are responsible for the completeness and accuracy of their application/resume and must follow the instructions in the vacancy announcement in order to receive consideration. We encourage you to read the entire announcement before starting the application process. By 11:59 ET on the announcement closing date, you must meet qualifications, conditions of employment, and other stated requirements, and submit a complete resume and all applicable required documents and select at least one eligibility that applies to you. When choosing your eligibility or eligibilities, carefully read the explanation as it will identify additional documents you must submit with your application package to prove you meet that eligibility. All submitted documents must be legible. Illegible documents may result in you being marked ineligible. Additionally, failure to meet qualifications and/or requirements, submit a complete resume, submit required documents, or select an eligibility applicable to you will result in you being ineligible for this position. Applicants who disqualify themselves receive no further consideration. If a position is filled below the position's full performance grade level, your work assignments will be progressively complex and intended to broaden your skills and provide you with practical experience to prepare you for the full performance grade level. Promotion up to and including the full performance grade level is neither guaranteed nor automatic but may be made without further competition and with your supervisor's recommendation.
Conditions of Employment
By the announcement closing date, your resume and supporting documents must show that you meet the qualifications (below) for the grade level or levels for which you are applying. When using education to qualify, the education must have equipped you with the knowledge and ability to perform the work of the position, as evidenced by on-the-job-training in food retail management or an internship or practicum in food retail management. For GS-13: One year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-12 grade level or equivalent to at least GS-12 under other Federal service pay systems, private sector, or military. Specialized experience is demonstrated knowledge of retail procurement and distribution methods; principles, procedures, and techniques of retail food merchandising and retail food store management; and developments in commercial retail food store items, equipment, and practices. Examples of creditable qualifying specialized experience include: (1) Managing a commissary store, supermarket, or similar type of commercial retail food store; (2) Managing a department in a retail food store; (3) Planning, standardizing, or controlling operations in an assigned group of retail food stores; (4) Developing, interpreting, or applying policies, procedures, and operating standards for use in a retail food store; and (5) Providing technical advice on merchandising and operational matters pertaining to grocery, meats, and produce supplies, as well as front-end operations. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service program (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. See the Group Coverage Qualification Standard for Administrative and Management Positions and Individual Occupational Requirement for the Commissary Management Series for more information about qualifications and/or combining experience and education to meet the minimum qualifications. By the announcement closing date you must meet applicable time-in-grade and time after competitive appointment requirements.
-Time-in-grade applies to the promotion of current and former federal employees who hold or have held a permanent GS position in either the competitive or excepted service in the previous 52 weeks. Generally, you must serve at least 52 weeks at the next lower grade level to be considered for promotion. Current federal employees applying under VEOA eligibility are subject to time-in-grade. See the Required Documents section for information about the documents to include in your application package to show you meet time-in-grade.
-Time after competitive appointment. Current federal civilian employees must have completed at least 90 days of federal civilian service since their latest nontemporary appointment from a competitive referral certificate. For this requirement, a competitive appointment is one where you applied to and were appointed from an announcement open to "All US Citizens."
For this grade level, you must meet the qualification requirement through experience alone. You may not use education to qualify.
Position is covered by the Commissary Career Program (CCP). If you are contacted for an interview and decline the interview or decline a job offer, you will be deferred from consideration for the six-month announcement period. Employees who accept downgrade assignments (i.e., change to lower grade) for positions filled through the CCP may be entitled to pay retention under certain circumstances. See DeCAM 50-18.1, Chapter 6, section 7. Applicants with a Permanent Resident Card (aka Green Card) are authorized to live and work in the U.S. but are not eligible for employment in positions requiring U.S. citizenship. This position requires U.S. citizenship. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized. If you PCS'd at government expense within the past 12 months, additional government funded PCS may not be authorized; however, you may choose to pay your own moving expenses. Most civilian PCS entitlements are now taxable. The Relocation Income Tax Allowance (RITA) reimburses eligible employees for additional Federal, State, and local income taxes incurred as a result of receiving taxable travel income. More information is available at Civilian Relocation/PCS Tax Changes. Position is not obligated. Subject to an irregular tour of duty including nights, weekends, and holidays. Subject to occasional overtime. Position is exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Position is not covered by a bargaining unit. Financial Difficulty Position does not meet the DoD criteria for re-employing former Federal employees who retired under either the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) or the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). Selections are subject to restrictions resulting from the DoD referral system for displaced employees. Deliberate attempts to falsify your application information, such as copying portions of this job announcement into your resume, may result in you being removed from consideration for this position.