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Base Manager


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The following sections provide information on this position:
Base Manager - General

The Base Manager - is responsible for ensuring that appropriate sanitation, security, and facility management services are conducted at the Base.



Base Manager - Specific Responsibilities

The major responsibilities of the Base Manager are:

  • Review Common Responsibilities.

  • Determine personnel support requirements.

  • Obtain necessary equipment and supplies.

  • Ensure that all facilities and equipment are set up and properly functioning.

  • Supervise the establishment of:

    • Sanitation facilities (including showers), and

    • Sleeping facilities.
  • Make sleeping area assignments. 

  • Ensure that strict compliance is made with all applicable safety regulations.

  • Ensure that all facility maintenance services are provided.

  • Maintain Activity Log (DOCX).

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