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As a Management and Program Analyst you will evaluate complex, national programs and policies and develop management systems and policies that are nationwide in applicability. The position is located in an organization assigned responsibility for carrying out substantive, complex, national programs and functions.Learn more about this agency Responsibilities
Serves as a recognized subject matter expert for the National Designee Management Program. Formulates LOB/SO management policies and systems and ensures proper and timely implementation. Analyzes current program development, implementation and operations work to predict potential issues, and recommend system design and integration solutions for the designee program. Advises senior agency officials on critical, complex organizational planning and resource utilization issues. Manages policy, schedules, implementation strategies, internal and external communications, designee websites, records management, and outreach activities. Develops new policies, procedures, and approaches that take into consideration FAA policies, Government-wide rules and regulations, and external concerns.
Leads implementation efforts with Flight Standards for designee program implementation and changes. Leads national service-level teams or participates as a subject matter expert to define and develop new and innovative
approaches, methodologies, and/or techniques for designee management. Participates and provides direction to LOB/SO organizations in the planning, execution, and evaluation of programs and tests in assigned program
areas. Provides division, branch, and/or sector management advisory service which involves identifying long and short-range resource requirements, planning procedural changes by advising on logical duties, relationships, sources, availability and full utilization of needed skills, and provides advice from an operational standpoint on agency policies.
Analyzes highly visible programs by developing baseline performance measurements and comparing
performance with the baseline. Creates new solutions and policy interpretations as situations require. Projects typically involve development of new approaches to identifying meaningful workload factors and performance quality levels, and determining accurate measurement techniques. Designs/develops effective messaging
strategies for communicating/marketing implementation of new policies, revised work procedures, or
organizational restructuring to management, employees, customers, and stakeholders.
Leads teams that conduct complex and controversial studies which result in authoritative recommendations to improve technical programs, organizational structures, management policies, and/or work distribution. Provides leadership to others and provides expertise on matters related to complex aviation data management systems and tools. Often leads teams of other analysts and functional experts to do so. Incorporates analyses into project and program plans. Represents the organization in dealings with officials of other FAA organizations, DOT, contractors and high-ranking management officials/executives in the private sector. Develops reports and briefings on the delegation program for all levels of management.Travel Required
Not required - The job does not require any travel.Supervisory status
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