This position is located in the Office of Research & Engineering, Vehicle Recorder Division. The incumbent serves as a member of a team responsible for complex data recovery and analysis of recorded data recovered from aviation and surface vehicles and other electronic devices.Learn more about this agency
IDEAL CANDIDATE STATEMENT: The ideal candidate is an aerospace, electrical, or mechanical engineer interested in improving safety of the traveling public in a meaningful way through the challenges of working in a laboratory extracting data from a variety of vehicle recorders and other devices, documenting the results, and occasionally launching to accident sites to handle critical on-scene recorder recoveries.
At the GS-13, in addition to duties at the lower grade level, typical duties may include:
-- Provides engineering advice on vehicle recorders in one or more modes of transportation.
-- Serves as Group Chairperson of a team of experts conducting vehicle recorder investigations.
At the GS-12, in addition to duties at the lower grade level, typical duties may include:
-- Assures technical quality and capability of the Division's laboratories and related systems.
-- Operates and assists with the Division's laboratories and develops new methods and technologies.
At the GS-11, typical duties may include:
-- Recovers recorded information and prepares reports to achieve maximum use of information for accident prevention and to achieve Safety Board objectives.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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