The NISC IV program has an opening for an Aeronautical Information Specialist supporting the FAA in its Oklahoma City location. The Aeronautical Information Specialist provides support to the FAA Aeronautical Information Services Group (AJV-5). Primary support for this position will be to the Instrument Flight Procedures Coordination team. Provides technical expertise to FAA Aeronautical Information Services Group and Service Area Flight Procedures Teams via the coordination of efforts to ensure that new and amended flight procedures are processed properly for flight inspection and meet the requirements for the appropriate charting publication cycles. Duties will involve a wide range of functions:
- Assessing Flight Inspection packages
- Reviewing and uploading files from the Procedures Information Team
- Reviewing the flight procedures projects entered into the tracking system
- Creating and publishing APWS projects when requested
- Prepare/Review several reports including: Airspace Report, NSPP, MAGVAR ECD Change Report, Hard Date report, Hard Date Mitigation Report
- Validate that procedures were published in the Digital TPP
- Coordinate with a variety of FAA customers on any delays in the publication of flight procedures, delays with flight inspection, etc.
The candidate will have demonstrated experience in any of the following:
- Airspace and Procedures background (Instrument Flight Procedures)
- Air Traffic Control Experience (FAA, Contractor or Military)
- Commercial Instrument Rated Pilot (Military or Civilian)
- Certified Instrument Flight Instructor.
- A degree in an Aeronautics, Aviation, or Air Traffic Control career field.
- Previous experience with FAA or DoD terminal instrument procedures (TERPS).
- A Bachelor’s degree with 8 or more years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered for determining qualification.
External Referral Bonus:Eligible
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Public Trust
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
Job Family:Geographic Information Systems
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