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    Serves as a Section Manager, directly supervising multiple employees and/or multiple organizational units in the Technical Writing Section (AIR-612). In addition to overseeing technical writing, the AIR-612 manager will be in charge of ensuring compliance with policy posting requirements, and overseeing and directing AIR-6 00's records management program. The manager of the Technical Writing Section directs the work of subordinate employees within the section. The section manager regularly coordinates with branch managers and section managers across multiple organizational units. The work includes a mixture of routine and complex projects/programs. Managerial duties include planning, setting priorities, assigning tasks and responsibilities, monitoring and evaluating performance, coaching and mentoring, developing employee capabilities, approving leave, recommending or approving corrective or disciplinary actions, as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned. Responsible for assuring that the work of the organization directly supports the mission of AIR and AVS. Supports the Branch Manager to execute daily operations to: Align Section resources, activities, and stakeholders with AIR objectives, develop Section personnel and resources consistent with AIR's future needs, and foster a work environment and culture that emphasizes employee engagement, risk-based decision-making, innovation, collaboration, communication, accountability, diversity and inclusion throughout the Section.

    Specific duties include:
    Direct Report Supervision: Monitors and evaluates performance. Executes personnel actions and/or corrective or disciplinary actions. Works to prepare employees for future opportunities across the division, with focus on continuity of operations and long term organizational success. Coaches, mentors, and develops employees to perform current work and support career progression for the future. Ensures employees have technical skills to accomplish their assigned tasks.

    Team Environment: Monitors organizational health and regularly seeks input and feedback from employees. Establishes and enhances practices to encourage diversity and inclusion, communication, collaboration, and innovation in the resolution of issues. Communicates and regularly reinforces connectivity between subordinate employee activities and the broader AIR mission. Defines and assigns accountability for key internal performance objectives. Engages personnel in monitoring key performance indicators and making adjustments necessary to achieve key performance objectives. Works with employees to identify resource needs and advocates for resources on behalf of the team.

    Stakeholder Collaboration: Establishes and maintains effective communications within AIR. Partners with other AIR organizations to accomplish work. Represents FAA at aviation events, industry conferences, and other civil aviation authority meetings on topics pertinent to the Section. Mediates the resolution of controversial technical disputes involving complex issues.

    Operations Monitoring: Engages employees in documenting, refining, and assuring compliance with processes governing all activities. Assesses the productivity, quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of organizational processes. Monitors and approves expenditure of funds. Reviews and approves time and attendance and assures accurate labor distribution reporting. Assigns, communicates, and clarifies context for tasks and responsibilities. Oversees daily operations to ensure timeliness, effectiveness, efficiency, productivity, and compliance with policy in attaining organizational goals. Facilitates coordination and effective communication across FAA organizations, the aviation industry, other civil aviation authorities, and union representatives to accomplish work.

    Duties continued in "Additional information" section.

    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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