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    This position is strategic and analytical in nature and is a budget, accounting, accounts payable/receivable, or project management position. Individual contributor and/or member of a team and may also act as a project lead on some work activities.

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    Serve independently design, build, maintain, and utilize economic and financial models, and datasets necessary to understand the implications of personnel, and staffing policy changes. The incumbent will analyze key economic factors shaping the labor market for FAA skill sets, and estimate the potential for technology, demographic, geographic, and economic trends to re-shape the FAA labor force.

    Incumbent will also conduct ad hoc analyses on matters related to FAA staffing or labor costs, including financial, and statistical analysis, forecasting, and “what-if” analyses. Responsible for conducting research/data collection, and the development of economic, financial analyses for issues that may not have been previously examined.

    Incumbent will identify, resolve challenging problems or issues that often cross organizational boundaries that impact on the accomplishment of strategic objectives, also develop, recommend, and implement approaches to address current, and anticipated problems, and issues. Works both independently, closely with management to identify, and solve problems.

    Travel Required

    Not required - The job does not require any travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0110 Economist

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