Air Traffic Services, Traffic Flow Management - Washington D.C.
LS Technologies currently has multiple Traffic Flow Management openings in the Air Traffic Management Office, Operations Group. Roles, responsibilities and duties include:
- Participation as a member, or leading, operationally focused teams
- Technical program support in the development of Operational Concepts, Scenarios, Narratives, and Use Cases. Support includes;
- Document creation
- Review and evaluate future concepts from a Traffic Flow Management operational perspective - including international considerations
- Development of presentations and reports;
- Analysis of operational needs and operational improvements
- Develop operational demonstration and test plans
- Participate in technical reviews of planned/envisioned changes to the National Airspace System (NAS)
- Logistics support (meetings, agendas, action tracking, etc.)
- Twelve (12) years of relevant experience.
- ATC Certified Professional Controller (CPC) Credentials
- Three (3) years Traffic Flow Management experience - TMU or ATCSCC
- Desirable skills/experience:
- Multi-facility Traffic Flow Management experience - Tower, TRACON, Enroute, and ATCSCC
- Experience as Supervisor or Manager for Traffic Flow Management (STMC, TMO, NOM)
- Experience as staff specialist/manager at an FAA Facility, Region, Service Center/Area, or FAA Headquarters.
- Flight qualifications/experience (Private, Instrument, Commercial, etc.)
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, Outlook)
- Effective interactions and communication with executives, managers, employees, customers, and stakeholders.
- Proven leadership skills, business acumen, attention to detail, and commitment to excellence
- Experience speaking to or demonstrating air traffic capabilities to large groups.
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Mon, 27 Mar 2017 15:25:21 PDT