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Classification & Qualifications General Schedule Qualification Standards

Industrial Property Management Series, 1103

Individual Occupational Requirements


Undergraduate and Graduate Education: Major study - business administration, accounting, law, marketing, statistics, production management, industrial management, or other fields related to the position.



General Experience (for GS-5 positions): Experience that provided an understanding of general business and/or industrial practices, and that demonstrated the ability to deal satisfactorily with others. Such experience may have been gained in purchasing (contracting), accounting/auditing, logistics, maintenance, production (manufacturing), property utilization, marketing, industrial planning, storage or supply management, legal, financial, engineering, quality assurance, inventory control, data processing, inspection of material, or similar activities. Journey level experience in a trade or craft that provided knowledge of industrial operations and practices related to control of property is also qualifying. Successful completion of a formal training program in fields related to the position to be filled may also provide evidence of the required knowledge and skills.

Specialized Experience (for positions above GS-5): Experience that demonstrated:

  • Skill in developing, implementing, administering, evaluating, monitoring, or coordinating programs, policies, regulations, and procedures concerned with the management, control, utilization, or disposition of personal or industrial property;
  • Knowledge of the values and uses of property items, merchandising methods, marketing techniques and outlets, or general trade practices related to the disposition of property; and/or the ability to understand and evaluate business practices relating to the acquisition, control, use, consumption, maintenance, and preservation of property;
  • Working knowledge of equipment, machinery, tools, materials, or other items of personal or real property;
  • Knowledge of Government sales policies, regulations, and methods; and
  • Knowledge of contract provisions, and ability to interpret and apply contract clauses and Government procurement regulations.
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