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    Summary

    Serves as Air Traffic Control Specialist for ATO National Airspace System (NAS) requirements. Provide air traffic leadership, expertise and guidance to define project scopes of work and lead NAS project management teams as appropriate.

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    Responsibilities

    Acts as Air Traffic Control Specialist Lead for management and communication of the requirements for establishment and/or sustainment of all NAS facilities, staffed and unstaffed, communicating assignments, milestones and deadlines to the team based on supervisors instructions, and giving advice, counsel, and instruction in the work. Conducts NAS infrastructure assessments to determine the reliability, availability, and sustainment needs of facilities. Supports the validation and prioritization of the NAS needs and communicates them to the program office for funding while considering the objectives of the ATO. Supports the program office during product development, validation, and verification and suggests ways to improve production or increase quality of work directed. Leads research, evaluations, and business case studies required to develop the proper requirements statements, utilizing experience and comprehensive technical air traffic knowledge. Applies experience and comprehensive air traffic knowledge of a wide range of methods to gather, analyze and evaluate information on program and project issues and the impact of technological, procedural, financial and managerial considerations. Serves as the Service Center lead for development of business cases based on earned value management principals. Provides substantial coordination and interface with other offices and members of the Service Center using understanding of how his/her technical area interacts with other disciplines. Observes training needs and relays needs and requests to supervisor. Assures production and accuracy requirements are met and reports to supervisor on team member productivity.

    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

    No

    Promotion Potential

    NA

  • Job family (Series)

    2152 Air Traffic Control

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