The NISC III program within the Leidos Civil group is seeking a Airspace Operations Program Management and Integration Analyst to provide support to the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) Systems Operations Security Group in the use of National Airspace System (NAS) airspace.
Support will include assisting the U.S. Government in addressing a broad range of issues associated with the integration of Unmanned Airspace Systems (UAS) in the NAS from a security perspective.
Additionally, you will complete complex NAS airspace analysis for various stakeholders.
Specific duties for the position include:
Coordinate and track Special Use Airspace activities in the FAA NAS system for the Systems Operations Security Group.
Provide Program Management leadership and Integration and Engineering support. Candidate will need to
Ensure special activities are coordinated with proper agencies and stakeholders of the NAS.
Produce Temporary Flight Restrictions and Notices to Airman (NOTAMs) when required.
Support the operational deployment and use of Counter-UAS technology into the NAS.
Typical education and experience:
Knowledge of the FAA Air Traffic System preferred. Air Traffic Control or Flight Service Specialist experience preferred.
Familiarity with NOTAMs, Domestic Events Network (DEN), Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs); Military Operating Areas (MOAs; Special Airspace Activities (SAA) preferred.
Experience with Technical Writing and strong communication skills preferred.
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