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    Serves as a Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System (C-UAS) officer to support interagency activities related to Title 18 provisions.

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    Incumbent supports interagency activities related to Title 18 provisions and ensures the C-UAS systems deployed by partner agencies are coordinated appropriately with the FAA to mitigate any negative impacts on the National Airspace System (NAS) by:

    • Managing and tracking the implementation of C-UAS across the spectrum of Federal, State, and local governments to accomplish critical mission responsibilities and support key goals and objectives in ensuring the protection of critical infrastructure (facilities, personnel, and assets), and maintaining the safety of the NAS.
    • Fostering relationships on internal and interagency working groups to which ASH/AXE participate in C-UAS activities.
    • Providing programmatic support as well as technical guidance and expertise in supporting interagency relationships for C-UAS activities.
    • Servicing as cross-functional integrator with interagency expertise working across the whole of government.
    • Providing programmatic support as well as being a subject-matter expert on establishing a system for collecting status reports of C-UAS systems in service, reviewing technical assistance, and disseminating information.
    • Providing organizational, documentation, and programmatic support of C-UAS activities for meetings and working groups of ASH staff assigned the responsibility for integrating UAS.
    • Serving as a subject-matter expert in the definition, development, management, and implementation of the changes required to evolve C-UAS including elements required to perform security oversight of industry UAS activities.
    • Analyzing research to identify and document C-UAS “best practices”.
    • Researching and analyzing data for the development of policy and regulations for the purpose of addressing unique C-UAS considerations.
    • Researching and analyzing data to identify and document regulatory impediments to C-UAS integration.
    • Researching and analyzing data to identify and document the constraints on the acquisition and sharing of data and information associated with C-UAS capabilities and employment.
    • Serving as a subject-matter expert to review security-specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) involving UAS security and C-UAS operations as well as monitor compliance with applicable SOPs, which may include assessments of any adverse impact.
    • Coordinating actions and policies with other FAA Lines of Business; coordinating development of AXE policies, clearance of orders, directives, and guidance for ASH involving C-UAS activities; and preparing and supporting plans that cross FAA and interagency, program specific, and organizational lines.
    • Ensures alignment of all projects and programs with tactical and strategic (short-term and long-term) objectives.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/533291400. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.