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Leidos is looking for a VOR ( Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range ) MOR (Minimum Operational Network) Program Analyst to support the NISC III Eastern Service program. This is an exciting opportunity to use your experience helping the NISC III mission. The NISC III contract provides technical support to various Air Traffic Control Towers, Terminal Radar Approach Controls (TRACON), Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC) and FAA Air Traffic Organization Headquarters and Regional offices.
The candidate must provide project support and data analysis support to the Eastern Service Center (ESC), Operations Support Group (OSG), in support of the VOR MON Implementation Program. The candidate must provide expertise to conduct research, evaluations and studies, and present recommendations/solutions related to short and long-term program planning requirements. The candidate must classify and summarize data for the preparation and submission of reports on a recurring basis. The candidate must provide planning, scheduling, networking and coordination assistance among all regional and headquarters organizations involving NAS implementation and integration efforts and related monitoring/tracking programs. The candidate must provide program support to include tracking, procurement, analysis, and database management.
Operations Support: Coordinate the planning for project meetings as required. The candidate will coordinate space, audio/visual needs and printing for project meetings. An agenda will be prepared and distributed one week prior to the meeting. The candidate will take minutes of the meeting, including Action Items and Meeting Roster. Action Items will be tracked and updated weekly. Minutes will be provided two days after a meeting.
Additionally, the candidate will:
- Maintain the ESA VOR MON KSN site and update as needed.
- Serve as the point of contact for project information management. The candidate will prepare correspondence in appropriate format and follow up on status. A communications logging system will be established, and documents filed therein within one week of receipt.
- Assist with risk analysis using both qualitative and quantitative methods.
- Create and maintain spreadsheets for activities associated with VOR MON projects.
- Assist in tracking and monitoring project requirements and progress against schedules.
- Participate in Project Status Review (PSR) meetings and attend national/regional meetings when required.
- Assist in discovering, developing and improving reports to facilitate quality project analysis and management.
- Review any associated project documents and make recommendations for improvement.
- Monitor the project schedules to assess progress relative to the approved baseline and recommend interventions or changes to the project plan. Document as requested by the Service Area Lead.
- Provide support and/or submit reports for any VOR MON efforts or projects in which ESA is the focal point.
Typically requires BS degree and 8-12 years of prior relevant experience OR Masters with 6-10 years of prior relevant experience.
- National Airspace System and FAA Directives: extensive knowledge of the NAS and FAA Directives.
- Program Analyst: Has knowledge of and can apply data analysis and problem solving/trouble shooting techniques of various levels of VOR MON project and program data to support the Service Area Lead in the implementation of the FAA work plan and baseline projects.
- Planning: Conduct efficient, organized data gathering and data analysis, must be able to develop project plans, establish project schedules, and project estimates.
- Communications: Must accomplish clear and concise general and technical writing, prepare and conduct effective technical presentations, provide thorough project monitoring and reporting, and tactfully coordinate with a variety of project stake holders, peers and management levels.
- Computer Applications: Current working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Ability to learn and apply FAA computer applications such as KSN. Must be proficient in the use of the Internet, emails, tools to create meetings, and applications used for data gathering.
- Provides organized documentation, and has an awareness of general documentation systems
- Ability to obtain Public Trust clearance.
- Previous experience at a level 10/11/12 Air Traffic Control facility will receive preference. BA/BS degree from an accredited college. FAA management and/or Staff experience.