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For each student to understand the functional responsibilities of the housing manager, comprehend the interdependency as a member of the base civil engineer team, and know current principles, policies and processes of Air Force Housing Privatization. Apply functional skills and team principles to realistic problem scenarios.
This course presents the functional responsibilities of installation housing management for CONUS and OCONUS senior housing managers. Course content encompasses: roles and responsibilities, housing operations (government controlled and housing privatization) and its governing directives/policies/transaction documents, special programs within housing operations, programming and financial management, unaccompanied personnel housing management, privatized housing, housing support services, furnishings management, General Officer Quarters management and human resources management.
Personnel assigned (or selected) as the Air Force Installation Senior Housing Manager (GS-12 or higher or its equivalent or an enlisted E-7 to E-9 currently filling this position
Personnel assigned (or selected) as a Housing Manager (GS-11 or higher or its equivalent) or serving in the role as a Housing Management Specialist (CE MAJCOM Supervisor Level 5)