Serves as a Management and Program Analyst with the Office of Hazardous Materials Safety (AXH), Program
Administration Division, AXH-400.
Due to the Pandemic, and individual states with different phases of reopening, the selectee’s report date to the official duty station/facility may be delayed until such time as employees are allowed to report to the workplace. The person selected may telework up to the maximum extent possible, up to and including full time, until it is safe to relocate.Learn more about this agency
Serves as a Management and Program Analyst with the Office of Hazardous Materials Safety. The incumbent is recognized as a subject matter expert in a specialized area providing support for highly complex and challenging activities under the minimal direction of a manager. The primary functions of this position are to initiate or participate in the conduct of studies, surveys, qualitative and quantitative analyses. Typical duties include: Researches and analyzes strategic domestic and international hazardous materials goals and objectives involving all elements of the hazardous materials transport within the aviation industry.
Specifically, the incumbent: Prepares and coordinates budget material for internal management review and decision-making. Coordinates with other organizations to ensure completeness and conformance with policy and practices. Provides advice and support to management personnel for best utilization and reprogramming of financial resources during the current year. Provides assistance in the planning, formulation and presentation of future years' budgets for review by managers and other top-level officials.
Plans, schedules, and conducts analyses, studies and surveys directed to improve quality, effectiveness and efficiency of business methods, procedures, and processes. Initiates proposals for dealing with areas of possible improvement, researches and analyzes relevant facts, and formulates conclusions.
Monitors and analyzes accounting and expenditure reports and advises management of unusual deviations from established plans. Prepares monthly, quarterly and interim reports as required.
Reviews and analyzes new and proposed regulations to determine impact on program operations and management. Prepares papers and reports to keep staff informed.
Drafts messages and prepares correspondence as required in response to technical requests and uses diplomacy in coordinating with internal and external customers in response to inquiries related to hazardous materials functions. The incumbent must be capable of anticipating and quickly adapting to changing management needs; is detail oriented; and conscientious of meeting or exceeding tight deadlines, while still producing quality work.
Applies experience and expert knowledge applicable to analyzing, evaluating, improving the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of business methods procedures and processes for projects/programs that often require the development of new and innovative approaches.
Identifies and resolves challenging problems or issues that often cross-organizational boundaries and impact on the accomplishment of strategic objectives. Assignments may also include: providing guidance to less-experienced professionals; leading large project/program teams; defining and developing internal policies and procedures; predicting potential issues and proposing preventive actions.
Provides expert guidance and instruction both internally and externally to address diverse, complex issues which often cross multiple projects, program, or functional areas. Work is typically reviewed at completion for success in achieving planned results. Work typically impacts directly on the objectives of one or more organizational units.
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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