The position is located within the FAA, Aviation Safety (AVS), Office of Aerospace Medicine (AAM). The Office of Aerospace Medicine (AAM) develops and manages medical programs in support of Aviation Safety.Learn more about this agency
Incumbent is a Program Analyst for one or more of the following Regional programs and activities in the Office of Aerospace Medicine: Airman Medical Certification, Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) Designee Management, and the Air Traffic Control Specialist (ATCS) Health.
Incumbent works closely with the flight surgeons to assure the following: (1) medical certifications are issued to medically qualified airmen only, (2) an appropriate number of qualified physicians are selected, designated and trained as AMEs to conduct FAA medical examinations of civil airmen, and (3) ATCS physical exams meet program requirements. Incumbent ensures all activities are performed in accordance with established regulations. This position may require travel in support of these program areas.
- Incumbent will assist the lead analyst by providing input for communicating technical program information to a diverse audience. Assures program follows guidelines to be compliant with all Quality Management System (ISO-9001) requirements.
Incumbent performs basic but progressively more difficult assignments under the close direction of the manager.
Applies basic knowledge applicable to programs within the Aerospace Medicine Division to plan and accomplish assignments. Typical assignments may include: collecting and recording data/information; conducting research; identifying problems; and assisting higher-level professionals in day-to-day operations.
Coordinates with a manager, project/program manager, team leader, or more experienced professional to plan time and use assigned resources to accomplish tasks.
Work is reviewed regularly during assignments and at completion to ensure timeliness, policy compliance, and alignment with the requirements of the project or other work activity.
- Incumbent may provide technical direction to other personnel in the division as well as communicating technical program information to a diverse audience. Incumbent complies with all Quality Management System (ISO-9001) requirements.
Incumbent performs a combination of routine and multiple and varying assignments under the general direction of the manager.
Applies experience and detailed knowledge applicable to programs within the Aerospace Medicine Division to plan and accomplish assignments. Typical assignments may include: collecting and analyzing data/information; conducting research; applying policies and procedures; identifying problems; and working with higher-level and lower-level professionals in day-to-day operations.
Applies analytical techniques in reviewing, interpreting, and summarizing medical information and documents. Analyses is conducted to ensure proper program integration and conformance to policy, completeness, and adequacy of operations in meeting goals and objectives.
- Work is typically reviewed frequently during assignments and at completion to ensure timeliness, policy compliance, and alignment with the requirements of the project or other work activity.
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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