Serves as an Assistant Manager of the Office of Airports (ARP) Management Staff, ARP-10. Directly manages a staff of 10 FTE's in carrying out a wide range of operational and administrative programs pertaining to the development, evaluation, and implementation of organization-wide national initiatives, standards, and projects in support of the Associate Administrator of Airports in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Exercises supervisory responsibilities for all staff assigned.Learn more about this agency
Provides leadership and decision making to facilitate the development of organizational strategic plans, integration of administrative initiatives/activities, and analysis of operational and/or organizational programs. Serves as subject matter expert to provide recommendations on operational and administrative topics, and present organizational briefings to convey strategic vision or organizational policies.
Manages staff to administer a wide range of business management support services for the Office of Airports including: budget formulation and execution; records management; employee recognition and rewards; internal personnel actions and coordination; employee onboarding; data management; logistics and space management; emergency planning and preparedness; contract administration and procurement; and executive correspondence and communications (including Congressionals, Reports to Congress, and Freedom of Information Act requests, etc.); and other support functions as needed.
Provides direction on business policies and communication to include position management, and typical personnel liaison functions and duties. Provides input in the development, review, and implementation of performance management for Executives, bargaining unit and non-bargaining unit employees.
Serves as technical expert on budgetary policies and communications to include assisting with developing and/or approving multi-year budget submissions, and directing budget formulation, execution, and planning. Develops financial strategies for the organization, and provides budgetary advice and guidance. Oversees and supports the development and preparation of budget justifications, presentations and briefings.
Exercises supervisory responsibility to communicate the organization’s vision and objectives, set priorities, assign tasks and responsibilities, monitor and evaluating performance of organizational units, managers and employees; coach and develop staff; approving leave; and taking corrective/disciplinary actions as appropriate.
Creates positive working relationships to ensure coordinated responses with counterparts at the appropriate levels of the Airports organization, along with other organizations to enable problem solving at its lowest levels.
Communicates and maintains close and continuing contact with key representatives of both internal and external customers to include other FAA Offices, employees, managers, and union representatives.
Communicates and reinforces diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and programs in all areas of responsibility, and participates in the labor-management partnership process by fostering a work environment where all employees are treated in a fair and equitable manner.
25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.
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