Supervisory Aviation Technical Systems Specialist Hot
- Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Supervisory Aviation Technical Systems Specialist job at Confidential in Lebanon PA
Description, duties, responsibilities
Serve as Manager for the Office of Airports (ARP) Harrisburg (HAR) Airports District Office (ADO) in the Eastern Region. The ADO manager is responsible for an ADO that includes S/M/L hub airports. This responsibility includes 69 Federally funded airports throughout New Jersey Delaware and Pennsylvania including more than 19 Part 139 certified airports. Supervises 9 employees engaged in administering all aspects of Airports programs. The selectee is responsible for overseeing and directing the implementation of the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) program ensuring at a high level the appropriate coordination (both internal and external) takes place. The AIP approaches $3.5 billion dollars annually and the Passenger Facility Charge Program entails more than $2 million dollars in annual collections. Both programs involve airport planning (airport master planning state and/or metropolitan system planning) and implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act. The AIP requires annual updates to the office of Airports Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) and include primary and non-primary airports. The Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Parts 77 139 150 157 and 158 apply as they pertain to the development of airports. Collaborates with all organizations and stakeholders both internal and external to FAA to address corporate level initiatives acting as an Agent of FAA for meeting with DOT States local municipalities Airports etc. The selectee will interface with others to achieve organizational objectives and exercise delegated authority in advising Federal state and local officials on laws regulations and innovative solutions regarding airport development and operations. Establishes monitors and evaluates ADO program goals. Initiates strengthens or eliminates programs or major projects to meet established goals and regional and agency objectives. Reports status and effectiveness of programs and initiatives to higher levels within Airports Division. Provides input to the identification and resolution of problems and cooperates with officials on matters pertaining to problems and complaints of discrimination. Coordinates all program activities with the Division and ensures timely and responsive customer service. Ensures airport development projects provide the protection and enhancement of the environment and sponsor compliance with terms of agreements entered into as a condition of receiving federal assistance. Oversee the conveyance of surplus public property to communities for airport purposes. Provides advisory service to the public on airport safety planning design construction environmental and maintenance matters. Assures the uniform application of FAA airport planning programming design construction and land acquisition standards and policy in federallv-assisted airport development projects. Maintains the overall organizational health of all staff members to quickly fairly and effectively handle any personnel challenges; ensure the development of staff members and leading the office. Determines any needed Organizational changes to the office structure that allows for more efficient and effective accomplishment of the work and puts these changes into effect. Oversees resources for the ADO and establishes programs to reduce resource usage and operating costs without adversely affecting overall operation. Exercises the full range of managerial responsibilities to include strategic planning and initiatives communicating the organizations vision and objectives; setting priorities; assigning tasks and responsibilities; monitoring and evaluating performance of organizational units supervises and develops staff approves leave; and takes corrective/disciplinary actions as appropriate. To qualify for this position you must demonstrate in your application that you possess at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the FV-J/FG/GS-14 in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge skills and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position. Examples of specialized experience for this position include:Experience in leadership and providing direction to others and/or establishing common goals.Experience promoting teamwork.Experience in promoting airport safety.Experience in collaborative analysis of technical information for projects crossing multiple technical and operational disciplines or organizational lines of business.Experience applying technical guidance in airport layout and design.Experience in promoting employee development (e.g. on-the job training; coaching and teamwork).Experience in the identification and analysis of significant issues or trends in airport planning and development.Experience with the Airport Improvement Program.Department:2186 Technical Systems Program ManagerSalary Range:$110469 to $171169 per year
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