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Program Analyst Sr. – Washington DC
We are looking for a Program Analyst Sr. who will serve as a Team Lead for Leidos and act as a liaison with the FAA customer. The Program Analyst Sr. will provide support to the FAA NAS Quality Assurance and Performance Group’s GNAS Equipment/Module Population (GEMPOP) tool as part of the NISC III program. This individual will be required to construct NAS system/equipment builds to properly depict system configurations in GEMPOP. This individual will also analyze effects of system builds and identification upon various areas such as Engineering, Facilities, and the labor pool to determine the most practical and efficient way assist with FAA data standardization efforts and Technical Operations Concept of Operations.
- Provide expertise to conduct research, evaluations, and studies; present recommendations/solutions related to short and long-term program planning requirements.
- Classify and summarize data for the preparation and submission of reports on a recurring basis.
- Provide planning, scheduling, networking and coordination assistance among all regional and headquarters’ organizations; involving NAS implementation and integration efforts and related monitoring/tracking programs.
- Provide assistance and recommendations to FAA managers and staff who directly affect the conduct and attainment of agency goals.
6 years relevant exempt experience + relevant BS/BA
4 years relevant exempt experience + relevant MS
- At least 3 years of FAA Operations experience (preference for Technical Operations field experience)
- Familiarity with the FAA Configuration Management and NAS project baselines Experience with FAA Facility Service Equipment Profile (FSEP) and Remote Monitoring and Logging System (RMLS)
- Knowledge of National Airspace System Maintenance (NAS) Policy and General Maintenance Handbook for NAS facilities procedures and requirements
- Strong analytical skills to interpret FAA policies, orders, and procedures
- Ability to organize data gathering and data analysis, develop project plans, and establish scheduling reports
- Ability to develop and implement processes, spreadsheets, and other required documents to track and support program initiatives
- Independent worker and team player—able to mentor team members to deliver high quality products with minimal or no supervision
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Products
- At minimum, a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Business, Engineering, or a related discipline
- Familiarity with FAA program offices First and Second Level Engineering Group/Engineering Services/Headquarters Offices/Air Traffic and Technical Operations Directorates
- FAA Air Traffic Field Operations and systems maintenance experience Familiarity with Technical Instruction (TI) Book, Maintenance Handbook (MTHB), System Documentation Release (SDR), and System Support Modification (SSM) documents
- Skilled in the use of database management and project management software