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Chief Scientific And Technical Advisor For Safety And Risk Analysis At Fede Featured

Location
Becket, Massachusetts
Wage
Hourly
Job ID
14424723298
Posted
2021-2-23

Duties Summary The Policy and Innovation Division supports aerospace innovation by creating novel means of compliance develops and maintains Aircraft Certification Service regulations manages the Aviation Safety (AVS) Senior Technical Experts Program (STEP) and overall fleet safety as well as educational outreach. The Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor (CSTA) for Safety and Risk Analysis is one of a cadre of nationally and internationally recognized technical experts comprising the AVS STEP. Responsibilities The CSTA for Safety and Risk Analysis provides an FAA-wide mission-critical leadership role in estimating and evaluating aviation safety risk including promoting the understanding and appropriate use of the various available statistical and numerical tools used to perform safety and risk analyses. The incumbent works to evaluate the readiness of emerging technologies shape agency policies and promote the adoption of safety enhancing operational requirements and practices into the FAAs regulatory and certification programs. The CSTA also provides instruction and advice to the FAA other departments and agencies the aviation industry professional societies associations academia and international organizations. Specific responsibilities include: o Serves as a senior advisor in the Aviation Safety (AVS) Line of Business providing scientific expertise and assistance to the relevant stakeholders working to enhance aviation safety efficiency and innovation. The incumbent provides expert advice and assistance to AVS managers and leaders type certification boards airworthiness directive boards maintenance review boards flight operation evaluation boards special certification review teams accident investigation teams and special condition standards review activities. o Plans directs promotes and coordinates research and the publication of scientific papers intended to evaluate new technologies address service difficulties and promote FAA adoption of the most safety enhancing policies and practices. o Prepares and/or provides technical education and training to the FAA industry associations foreign airworthiness certification authorities and international organizations through certification projects training courses seminars and workshops. o Represents the FAA in dealings with other civil aviation authorities national and international forums industry committees and task groups on work to mitigate aviation safety risk through risk analysis. Coordinates regulatory initiatives with foreign airworthiness authorities to provide harmonized requirements and consensus standards in order to expedite and reduce the cost of international certification to the aviation industry. o Supports industry and government in the investigation of accidents or incidents. Collaborates with the National Transportation Safety Board and foreign entities by applying expertise in determining causal factors; identifying shortcomings in policy technology or practices; and recommending remedial actions to prevent or reduce the probability of such accidents or incidents in the future.Salary Range: $100K -- $200K Minimum QualificationEnvironmental Health and Safety.

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Chief Scientific And Technical Advisor For Safety And Risk Analysis At Fede

Location: Becket MA

Industry: Aviation
Occupational Category: Business Operations
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours per week
Salary: USD 0

Description: Federal Aviation Administration seeks a Chief Scientific And Technical Advisor For Safety And Risk Analysis At Fede.
Duties Summary The Policy and Innovation Division supports aerospace innovation by creating novel means of compliance develops and maintains Aircraft Certification Service regulations manages the Aviation Safety (AVS) Senior Technical Experts Program (STEP) and overall fleet safety as well as educational outreach. The Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor (CSTA) for Safety and Risk Analysis is one of a cadre of nationally and internationally recognized technical experts comprising the AVS STEP. Responsibilities The CSTA for Safety and Risk Analysis provides an FAA-wide mission-critical leadership role in estimating and evaluating aviation safety risk including promoting the understanding and appropriate use of the various available statistical and numerical tools used to perform safety and risk analyses. The incumbent works to evaluate the readiness of emerging technologies shape agency policies and promote the adoption of safety enhancing operational requirements and practices into the FAAs regulatory and certification programs. The CSTA also provides instruction and advice to the FAA other departments and agencies the aviation industry professional societies associations academia and international organizations. Specific responsibilities include: o Serves as a senior advisor in the Aviation Safety (AVS) Line of Business providing scientific expertise and assistance to the relevant stakeholders working to enhance aviation safety efficiency and innovation. The incumbent provides expert advice and assistance to AVS managers and leaders type certification boards airworthiness directive boards maintenance review boards flight operation evaluation boards special certification review teams accident investigation teams and special condition standards review activities. o Plans directs promotes and coordinates research and the publication of scientific papers intended to evaluate new technologies address service difficulties and promote FAA adoption of the most safety enhancing policies and practices. o Prepares and/or provides technical education and training to the FAA industry associations foreign airworthiness certification authorities and international organizations through certification projects training courses seminars and workshops. o Represents the FAA in dealings with other civil aviation authorities national and international forums industry committees and task groups on work to mitigate aviation safety risk through risk analysis. Coordinates regulatory initiatives with foreign airworthiness authorities to provide harmonized requirements and consensus standards in order to expedite and reduce the cost of international certification to the aviation industry. o Supports industry and government in the investigation of accidents or incidents. Collaborates with the National Transportation Safety Board and foreign entities by applying expertise in determining causal factors; identifying shortcomings in policy technology or practices; and recommending remedial actions to prevent or reduce the probability of such accidents or incidents in the future.Salary Range: $100K -- $200K Minimum QualificationEnvironmental Health and Safety.

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Date Posted: 2021-2-23

Please Apply by: 2021-3-11