Serves as an Environmental Protection Specialist for OSG, NAS Analytics and Environmental Team. Provides guidance and direction relative to the compliance of environmental rules and regulations. Organizations and programs studied, though usually limited to a single region, center, or component of a line of business, are complex and interrelate extensively with other region/center or line of business organizations and programs.
Leads team of specialists in the implementation of a comprehensive Environmental Management System (EMS) to ensure ongoing assessment of FAA business practices and their effect on the environment. Identifies environmental risks and develops abatement plans and key targets to reduce negative impacts on National Airspace Operations.
Prepares and reviews environmental documents including Environmental Assessments (EA). Environmental Impact Statements (EIS). Categorical Exclusions (CATEXs). Records of Decision (ROD) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI).
Forecasts future resource needs to manage emerging environmental issues.
Works directly with Legal Counsel on issues and guidance on environmental projects & initiatives. Provides aviation specific environmental guidance to support FAA management and facilities. DoD proponents and Third Party developers on environmental regulations in accordance with FAA Order 1050.1E and FAA JO 7400.2K.
Coordinates compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and other federal and/state regulations as it relates to environmental reviews, aircraft noise analysis, and other NEPA policy relating items
Ensures integration of key environmental and energy policies are included in all operational areas.
Determines environmental technical requirements for contract services in all phases of environmental and general construction projects. Drafts appropriate environmental protection language incorporated into project specifications and scopes of work.
Tracks, monitors, and provides status reporting on all aspects of assigned program areas. Identifies, develops, tracks, and utilizes project funds. Ensures budget submissions are well justified, have valid cost estimates, justifications, background data if appropriate, and identifies local constraints. Provides cost, schedule, and methodology data to stakeholders for program and project implementation.
Identifies implementation-related program risks. Mitigates risk through the life of the project. Resolves programmatic issues to preclude negative impact on budget and schedule.
Provides leadership in developing and defining plans that impact environmental compliance in NAS operations. Leads the effort in influencing implementation priorities for each candidate program/project. Provides input to and reviews program costs, and schedules all program-related activities. Forecasts future resources needs to manage emerging environmental and energy issues. Provides program management and consultation on key program areas such as drinking water, hazardous waste management, asbestos and hazardous building materials management, and environmental restoration.
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