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    As a member of the Foreign Affairs Branch, AIR-420, in the International Division of the Aircraft Certification Service, this position performs multiple, varying and complex assignments and acts as principle technical specialist or as a project manager or team leader for large work activities.

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    Evaluates, develops, manages, and coordinates bilateral aviation safety agreements with foreign governments.

    Provides leadership, direction, and management in the implementation, execution, and review of matters pertaining to bilateral aviation safety agreements.

    Develops and implements a plan for revision and updating of existing bilateral airworthiness agreements.

    Develops, researches, and drafts factual and analytical materials relating to highly complex international programs.

    Develops policy and guidance documents that convey government requirements and/or guidance to internal and external stakeholders.

    Develops metrics and analyzes the effectiveness of existing aviation safety policies.

    Advises high-level officials of foreign governments and aviation industry regarding FAA certification procedures and policies to facilitate the reciprocal acceptance of aeronautical products.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0130 Foreign Affairs

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