Job ID: 215117
Location: WASHINGTON, DC, United States
Date Posted: Apr 6, 2021
Subcategory: Policy Analyst
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: None
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Public Trust
Potential for Remote Work: No
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Provides professional services involving the analysis and study of aviation technical and operational issues and advises on methods and techniques to improve aviation system work processes, regulatory guidance, procedures, resources, management controls, information systems, documentation and similar functions. Based upon study findings, develops detailed recommendation on methods, procedures to apply an alternative means to improve aviation system performance. Determines information requirements and devises methods to secure it. Works in concert with team leaders and members engaged in the analysis and study of complex aviation technical and operational issues. Utilizes and applies knowledge of web information technology and associated tools such as adobe, sharepoint, etc. to provide an information format for Government and industry personnel and the general public.
Provide senior level technical support to FAA Flight Standards Flight Operations group analyzing and evaluating a wide range of commercial flight operations in leading edge flight technology environments. Provide expert analysis supporting the development of policy recommendations under Parts 14CFR91, 121, 135 and others, including a range of rule development, Advisory Circular development and other FAA regulatory guidance.
Participate technical support to a variety of FAA Flight standards efforts to enhance the safety and efficiency of flight operations in the national airspace such as:
Recommended inclusion of policy on runway length investment as a rational determinate of obstacle removal decisions. This best protects the public investment of airport funding
collaborate with team members to ensure AFS has an appropriate input for NAS operational safety aspects during the airport MOS review process
Master’s Degree in aeronautics, aeronautical engineering, electrical engineering or similar aviation related discipline and 12 years of direct aviation experience concerning flight operations and, as appropriate, experience as a pilot with a commercial or airline transport pilot rating as well as direct experience either in developing, evaluating or managing aviation industry safety policies and programs, or developing, implementing and managing governmental aviation safety regulatory and oversight policies and programs, or a combination of both. Master’s Degree may be waived with Bachelor’s Degree and 20 years of experience in performing the above duties.
US Citizenship required with the ability to obtain and maintain a Public Trust clearance
Job location is 470 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20024.
Required clearance is an SF-85P completed on site by the FAA.
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