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ProfileNAVTAC II Senior NAS Operations Specialist (NAS-2) Duties: Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Programs & Policy Group (PPPG), AJV-14, Airspace Policy & Regulations Group, AJV-11, Airspace Services Business Support Group, AJV-17 and Air Traffic Organization (ATO) Service Center (SC) Operations Support Groups (OSGs) AJV-E2, AJV- C2, and AJV-W2. Developing and implementing Area Navigation (RNAV), PBN Routes defined as Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR), Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs), Required Navigation Performance (RNP) and Q/T and TK routes. Management Information System (MIS) and office automation management support required to support the Navigation Programs and all the teams within the MIS group to ensure accurate, timely and effective use of resources, collection of data, reporting and management of information systems necessary to develop, acquire, deploy, maintain, sustain, and improve navigation products and services for the National Airspace System. Obstruction Evaluation (OE) review of aeronautical studies on- airport property (NRAs) involves coordination with Airport Division specialists to update runway threshold coordinates (existing and plan-on-file extensions), update runway categories (VFR to IFR), and ensure the part 77 contour maps and listed obstructions are corrected. Contract support would involve telephonic and/or email coordination with Airport Division specialists on issues found during NRA reviews along with providing OEG responses on NRA studies within iOEAAA program. FAA Ground Based Navigation and Lighting Group (GBNA) for the establishment, operation and maintenance of a NAS of air traffic control and navigation facilities supporting terminal area approach and landing operations under all weather conditions. Provides management and technical support to modernize, certify and document work related to the FAA’s mission including the conduct of investigative research into NAS facility and site-related problems encountered in the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the current navigation and landing systems. This work also includes specialized analysis, modeling and tests to determine what equipment is appropriate to meet the specified category of operation. The Senior NAS Operations Specialist leads outreach initiatives to the aviation community to educate and inform aviation users, airport managers, air traffic control, and other aviation officials for program future planning. The specialist will support initiatives to develop a pilot program with major air carriers and regional airlines to demonstrate the effectiveness of GNSS equipage, develop and certify avionics, finalize standards and recommended practices for navigation procedures, and the development/publication of navigation procedures. Guides the successful completion of major programs. Provides guidance to subordinates to achieve goals in accordance with established policies.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and 9+ years' experience; Master's Degree and 7+ years' experience ; PhD or JD Degree and 4+ years' experience. Bachelors degree in Operations Research or equivalent. 15 years demonstrated technical and analytical experience for procedures and processes relative to NAS operations using both satellite and ground based navigation technologies. Knowledge of criteria for terminal instrument procedures, requirements for non-precision and precision approaches, flight standards, air traffic requirements, and certification of safety- critical systems and avionics equipment are essential.
Job Number: 426426