- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Position Type
- Organization Type
- Government Agency/Public Sector
- Professional Level
- Non-Competitive Eligibility
- Advanced Degree Required
This opportunity is in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Public Buildings Service of the U.S. General Services Administration. As landlord for the federal civilian government, PBS provides workspace solutions to more than one million federal workers in 2,100 American communities, stimulating local economies by designing, building, managing and maintaining iconic public buildings as well as leasing from the private sector. PBS is a leader in sustainable design and a proving ground of innovative green technologies. Approximately half of one million federal workers are housed in buildings owned by the federal government and half are located in separate leased properties, including buildings, land, antenna sites, etc. across the country. By working closely with federal agencies to find affordable, suitable office space, they are better able to achieve their mission and serve the American people.
The Realty position involves federal procurement of commercial space in diverse locations (NJ, PA, WV, DE, MD) when leasing is the best solution for meeting space needs:
GSA consistently ranks among the best places to work in the federal government, according to the Partnership for Public Service. Benefits of working for the federal government include:
This job is available to applicants with active non-competitive eligibility (NCE) status. NCE is a special federal hiring status applicable for certain federal jobs. For more information on NCE, visit www.peacecorps.gov/nce.
$41,797 (GS-7); $51,126 (GS-9) with rapid growth potential to GS-12 ($74,142+).
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