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    You will be responsible for providing classroom training including Flight Service Station (FSS) Initial Training Course, Weather Courses, OASIS, and may include Air Traffic Basics. Reviews, updates, directs and participates in the development of course outlines and instructional materials. You will directly provide training. Responsible for updates and maintenance of course material for the FSS Initial Training Courses and Weather Courses. Evaluates capabilities and progress of developmental trainees, reviews training reports and makes final recommendations as to continuation in the training program. Plans and establishes training programs for all levels of personnel assigned to the parent or satellite facility including the training of FSS initial developmental trainees being assigned to facilities outside the parent's responsibility. May provide recurrent training and refresher training at any Flight Service Station as necessary. You will monitor, evaluate and report on the effectiveness of the program. Responsible for planning training activities and ensuring training assignments to be accomplished by developmental specialists are delivered properly and timely. You will prioritize and develop training/instructor schedules and advise trainees on work and administrative matters. Identifies and arranges for developmental training needs of employees, finds ways to improve production or increase quality of work. You will prepare/review documentation for external vocational initiatives for trainees.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - The job may require up to 25% travel.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    2152 Air Traffic Control

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