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    The Office of Environment and Energy develops, recommends, and coordinates national and international standards, policy and guidance, research and studies, and analytical capabilities on aviation environmental and energy matters.

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    The Deputy Director for Environment & Energy provides leadership and strategic direction for the advancement of national and international aviation environmental and energy policies, goals and priorities, aircraft environmental certification standards, and aircraft environmental research, engineering and development. Particular areas of focus include Noise Research, Environmental Policy and Operations, International Leadership, and Emissions research.

    Specific responsibilities include:

    - Represents the FAA, on aviation environmental matters, with state and Federal agencies, the aerospace community, international aviation organizations, as well academic and research organizations;

    - Directs development of authoritative technical and policy work products to support senior Department of Transportation (DOT) and FAA leadership in making decisions on complex and controversial environment and energy policy issues;

    - Coordinates with leaders internationally on the Continuous Lower Emissions, Energy, and Noise program.

    - Directs the development and coordination of policy recommendations and legislative issues on environmental and energy related matters.

    - Leads the development and management of special projects and studies as assigned by the Executive Director or the Assistant Administrator for Aviation Policy, International Affairs, and Environment in response to requests from Office of Management and Budget, the Secretary of Transportation, or the FAA Administrator; and

    - Oversees a staff size of approximately 50 personnel and a combined annual budget of $54 million towards the administration of Research, Engineering & Development programs and operational costs.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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