NANA Regional Corporation Facilities Director in Herndon, Virginia

Facilities Director


Akima, LLC and itsoperating companies represent an uncommonly broad array of specialized talents,technologies, domain expertise and proven program success at some of the mostvisible and demanding implementations across all of government and industry. Drivenby mission priorities and the most stringent business metrics, budgetconstraints and best practice models, Akima companies successfully supporttheir customers at every critical point across a project’s lifecycle—fromstrategy, design, and development through operations, management, migration andmaintenance.

Are you looking to be a part of a company where your knowledge andexperience will make a difference and your expertise will be greatly valued? If so, apply today!

Akima, LLC is looking for an outstanding Facilities Director who willlead our facilities management services supporting Akima’s 45 operatingcompanies with locations across the United States. The position will be located at our Herndon,Virginia corporate headquarters.

Essential Duties

  • Manage the planning, design, implementation and maintenanceof facilities management to increase overall effectiveness of facilitiesutilization in multiple company locations across the United States.

  • Manage the opening, closing and consolidation of worklocations, negotiating leases and complex deals, constructing new offices andimplementing designs, workplace guidelines and efficiencies.

  • Manage major departmental or location level relocations.

  • Develop site analysis, make recommendations for real estate strategy based on company growth and future facility needs.

  • Review lease agreements and makes recommendations toleadership based on business objectives. Identify and implement strategies/best practices to reduce costs andimprove service.

  • Present data and analysis on departmentprojects, future consolidation strategies and cost reduction opportunities.

  • Manage relationships with building ownership and property management across the Company, to ensure compliance with lease terms.

  • Negotiate and manage direct vendor/partner contracts (i.e. furniture, copiers/printer, vending services).

  • Manage capital and expense budgets for the company’s realestate portfolio and the facilities department.

  • Manage a centralized corporate facilities database,strengthening accounting controls and data integrity.

  • Develop annual and long range plans and budgets and monitor performancerelative to established plans and budgets.

  • Oversee capital projects and manage budget and schedule expectations with leadership.

  • Provide facilities support to business development pursuits to include RFP assessment as required.

  • Implement physical securityinitiatives in work locations.Direct office evacuation, emergency response and disasterrecovery planning. Responsible for all facility related communications toinclude building emergencies and closures.

  • Manage Continuity of Operations plans for all majorfacilities.

  • Direct the coordination of building space allocation andlayout, communication services, and facility expansion.

  • Direct the integration of facility office equipment forcurrent and future programs.

  • Oversee the management of facilities resources and staff,including meeting spaces, records retention, warehousing, mail distribution, accesscontrol, and similar office management responsibilities.

  • Responsible for employment, training, motivation, andperformance evaluations of assigned employees.



  • BS degree

  • 10 years ofrelated experience

  • Demonstrated supervisory/managementexperience

  • Excellent writtenand oral communication skills

  • Strongorganizational and problem-solving skills; ability to work with complex,time-dependent issues and manage a multitude of projects simultaneously

  • Proficient indeveloping and maintaining a budget, and making forecasts for future costs andtimelines.

  • Customer Serviceoriented and ability to maintain strong relationships with all levels bothwithin and outside of the company.

  • Must be willing totravel to company and contract locations as required. Travel commitment will beapproximately 20% per annum.

  • Must be a USCitizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a clearance.


  • Understanding offederal contracting and NISPOM a plus.

We wish to thank all applicants fortheir interest and effort in applying for the position; however, onlycandidates selected for interviews will be contacted.


We are Equal Opportunity Employers.Prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination becauseof race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability,marital status, protected veteran, sexual orientation, or any other legallyprotected status.

We are committed to Equal EmploymentOpportunity and providing reasonable accommodations to applicants with physicaland/or mental disabilities. If you havea physical and/or mental disability and are interested in applying foremployment and need special accommodations to use our website to apply for aposition please contact, Recruiting Services at or571-353-7053. The dedicated email andtelephonic options above are reserved only for individuals with disabilitiesneeding accessibility assistance. Pleasedo not use the dedicated phone number above to call on the status of your jobapplication if you do not require accessibility assistance or an accommodation. Reasonable accommodation requests are consideredon a case-by-case basis.

In order for our company to staycompliant with government regulations, please apply on line. Please DO NOTemail resumes or call in lieu of applying online unless you have a physicaland/or mental disability and need assistance with the online application

Job: Health, Safety & Environmental

Primary Location: US-VA-Herndon

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day Job

Req ID: AKI03534