Provide data analytics support to the Federal Aviation Administration, Air Traffic Organization, (ATO), Technical Operations Service Unit (AJW), ATC Facilities and Engineering Directorate (AJW-2), Facilities and Services Group (AJW-24) in Washington, DC.
The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA's) Facilities and Security Services Group (AJW-24) is responsible for managing the modernization, sustainment, and establishment of air traffic control facilities which support the National Airspace System (NAS).
In addition, the group manages and upgrades the security systems for all facilities in the NAS. The NAS infrastructure includes a variety of Terminal and En Route facilities, such as airport traffic control towers (ATCTs), terminal radar approach control facilities (TRACONs), air route traffic control centers (ARTCCs), communication towers, and unstaffed structures such as radar towers.
The group develops long-term strategic plans, project scopes, and budgets, and manages engineering and construction for projects throughout a facility's lifecycle. In the event of a disruption to air traffic control-such as a natural disaster or necessary maintenance-the group is also responsible for deploying mobile air traffic control assets across the country to maintain NAS operations.
Receives and reviews continuous Adobe form data submissions;
Analyzes data in excel and/or statistical software to identify and develop meaningful information about the quality of projects being planned, designed, and completed by ATCF;
Helps develops and prepares regular reports and briefings; and
Involves correlating and synthesizing multiple data elements for purposes of discerning trends and relationships.
At least 12 semester hours in a combination of operations research, mathematics, probability, statistics, mathematical logic, science, or subject-matter courses requiring substantial competence in college-level mathematics or statistics.
Undergraduate programs in the following areas are acceptable and not limited to: Operations Research, Engineering (usually Industrial Engineering or Construction Management), Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, or Management Science.
Candidates must be enrolled in a degree program in a relevant discipline.
The following knowledge, skills, and abilities would be preferred and allow the candidate to assist with automation of data collection, analysis, and reporting processes.
Graduate Student studying construction management
Statistical methods and packages
SQL databases and database querying languages
Data warehousing and business intelligence platforms
Data mining, cleaning, and munging
Data visualization and reporting techniques
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