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    Serves as a management and program analyst for the ATO, Eastern Service Center, Operations Support Group, Flight Procedures Team. Plans and executes complex studies and analyses of organizations and programs. Organizations and programs studied, though usually limited to a single region, center, or component of a line of business, are complex and interrelate extensively with other region/center or line of business organizations and programs.

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    Formulates critical management policies and systems and ensures timely implementation. Advises organization and program managers on critical planning and resource utilization issues. Leads or personally performs complex or controversial studies which result in authoritative recommendations to improve organizational structures, management policies, and work distribution. Leads or personally completes analyses of critical programs by developing baseline performance measurements and comparing performance with the baseline. Prepares long-range (5 year) and short-range planning guidance in accordance with broad agency program policies and objectives. Develops resource (staffing and funding) guidance for subordinate activities, and performs continuous appraisal of the utilization of command resources in accomplishing program objectives and goals. Develops staffing and manpower standards covering complex program functions or missions involved in supply chain management, training, research, information management etc. Projects typically involve development of new approaches to identifying meaningful workload factors and performance quality levels, and determining accurate measurement techniques. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Not required - The job does not require any travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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