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Facility | Bethesda, MD | Full Time

Job Description


A successful and established Workforce Solutions Company is accepting applications for a full time Property Technician  to provide services for the National Institutes of Health.  The position provides support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the National Institutes of Health.  The position offers a great opportunity to gain and/or enhance valuable work experience within a premier government agency. The position provides a great work/life balance not to exceed a Monday-Friday 40 hour work week.





  • Perform duties as the property custodian with responsibility for documenting the control of assets within assigned buildings, and the documentation and maintenance of all personal property records for expendable and non-expendable government-owned property within designated  buildings. 
  • Prepare, process, and retain the required documentation covering the acquisition, transfer, clearance, loan, etc. of government-owned property including obtaining receipt signatures for personal custody property. 
  • Identify and affix an NIH decal to all accountable property items
  • Perform tasks related to property management to maintain proper accountability for personal property records for multiple custodial areas including:
    • reconciling undecaled worksheets and new acquisitions
    • entering and documenting manual additions
    • processing and recording internal and external property transfers
    • generating property passes
    • preparing cost adjustments
    • preparing documents for trade-in
    • processing excess inventory for surplus
  • Utilize Property Management Portal to track status of accountable assets and resolve reported discrepancies
  • Utilize an electronic property management database to record property transactions.
  • Serve as a resource to assigned  programs and administrative staff for property management policies and procedures. 
  • Interact on a daily basis with senior scientific, managerial, and executive level staff to exchange/obtain information to accomplish property related transactions.
  • Conduct visual reviews to ensure proper protection and storage of property. 
  • Track missing properties and resolve discrepancies.
  • Provide guidance to managers and staff in the classification of new acquisitions; annual and special inventories and reconciliation; the creation and execution of various property transactions, e.g., transfer, loans, donations, surplus, trade ins, cannibalization, loss and damage reports; assignment of personal custody equipment; the preparation of adjustment documents; and creation and maintenance of property records.
  • Monitor assigned Property Custodial Areas for changes affecting property management including receipt of new equipment, equipment needing repair, unattended or abandoned equipment, etc. and the day-to-day updating and maintenance of property records through the use of the NIH property management system as well as Vision reports. 
  • Coordinate with program Administrative Officers and Technicians, program staff, and Office of Research Operations for the coordination of lab and office renovations and relocations in order to obtain, document, and update related property records of new location information. 
  • Coordinates and reconciliation of NIH inventories. 
  • Maintain property transactions (i.e., new acquisitions, transfers, cost adjustments, disposal, trade-ins, cannibalization, loans, etc.), as well as support property transaction documents and reports on a current basis. 
  • Maintain a broad range of property management records and maintain reports of all discrepancies and infractions. 
  • Ensure all assignments meet audit standards to provide accountability and control for all non-expendable property.
  • Collect data and vital information and prepares of a variety of reports required by NIAID, NIH, and DHHS. 
  • Initiate and submit Board of Survey request to the ICPAO or deputy ICPAO, as appropriate.
  • Work products and documents related to ensuring all assignments meet audit standards to provide accountability and control for all non-expendable property; collect data and vital information and prepares of a variety of reports required by NIH
  •  Initiate and submit Board of Survey request to the  ICPAO or deputy ICPAO, as appropriate.




  • High school diploma.
  • Three (3) year of experience in a related field.
  • Computer experience with Microsoft Office Suite.


·       Competitive Salary

·       Paid Time Off

·       Paid Federal Holidays

·       Medical, Dental, Vision Health Insurance Plans

·       401K Retirement Plan

·       Life and Disability Insurance