This position serves as a Management and Program Analyst for the National FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) of the Federal Aviation Administration. Conducting management studies, and analyzing and tracking programmatic and management actions in support of the organization's mission.Learn more about this agency
Monitors and tracks programmatic and management actions and reports for completeness and responsiveness to guidance to ensure that commitments and milestones are met, and delinquencies are brought to the attention of the supervisor. Recommends changes to and/or solutions to routine procedural problems. Analyzes reports to ensure distribution, consolidation of comments and required follow-up action.
Researches, reviews and analyzes management and program directives and instructions from higher level offices concerning project management systems (planning, execution, evaluation and analysis, and reporting requirements) for consistency, reporting requirements and background information. Gathers, extracts, reviews and consolidates budget narratives, cross-cuts and background information.
Consolidates detailed operational data into specified formats, develops statistical charts and graphs and edits textual material for clarity. Assists with the review and presentation of documents and reports on a variety of issues and makes recommendations as to appropriate courses of action for routine procedural activities. Drafts briefing materials, reports and similar documents for use as background by the supervisor, or for presentation to senior management on various administrative and management policy, or operational matters requiring preliminary background analysis and review.
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.
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