Air Traffic Controller Specialist II
Washington, District of Columbia
Indev is seeking multiple Air Traffic Controller Specialists who are creative thinkers and problem solvers to join our growing team for a multi-year program. You will be joining a truly collaborative team that values new ideas.
Position requires air traffic control technical and operational work experience as a domestic or oceanic air traffic controller in an En Route & Oceanic or Terminal operational environment. Also required is acquisition and program management experience for FAA program offices or similar organizations.
The position is located in Washington, DC supporting The Federal Aviation Administration.
Your Future Duties and Responsibilities
Air Traffic Controller Specialist serves as a senior level air traffic control system specialist to assist the FAA in coordinating activities with air traffic requirements and operations personnel. This support will include, but not be limited to:
Coordinating support for required technical interchange meeting support and various program reviews; coordinating work-group activities for En Route and Oceanic program offices.
Assisting in air traffic requirements development; system analysis; system/ subsystem specifications analysis to ensure air traffic operational concerns are addressed and assuring all technical requirements are included.
Presenting recommendations/solutions related to short and long-term program planning requirements; developing management plans.
Assisting in training requirements development.
Classifying and summarizing data for the preparation and submission of reports on a recurring basis.
Required Qualifications to be Successful in This Role
- A Bachelor of Science/Arts degree or higher with 10 years of Air Traffic Control (ATC) active, full performance level experience — or an Associate of Arts/Science with 15 years of Air Traffic Control (ATC) active, full performance level experience — or 20 years of Air Traffic Control (ATC) active, full performance level experience is required.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills. Interested candidates must be proficient in the MS Office Suite and possess strong interpersonal skills.
- Former FAA experience
All candidates must be US citizens to apply.