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Supervisory Security Programs Specialist (Deputy Director)

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Department Of Transportation Washington , DC 20319

Posted 3 months ago

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Serves as a Deputy Director responsible for oversight of FAA's aviation intelligence analysis and national security coordination, as related to the National Airspace System (NAS), in support of the mission and objectives of AXE.

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Serves as a Deputy Director to the Director, Office of National Security and Incident Response (AXE). As Deputy Director, the incumbent is responsible, through subordinate supervisors, for the day-to-day direction and supervision of office operations. Assists the Director with providing leadership and oversight for the planning, coordination, direction, implementation and assessment of the FAA's aviation intelligence analysis and national security coordination.

  • The incumbent has full range and independent authority to participate with the Director in managing, directing, and overseeing the functions and activities of the organization.

  • Exercises a full range of managerial duties, including strategic planning, resource allocation, establishing priorities, and communicating the organization's and agency's vision and strategic goals and objectives; manages allocated portions of the budget, prioritizes and reallocates resources within the organization as required, and acquires additional resources as needed.

  • Manages the current information flow to include the collection and dissemination of air transportation security emergencies in coordination with other FAA Lines of Business, as well as other U.S. Government agencies, such as the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and Intelligence and Law Enforcement Community partners.

  • Directly communicates with FAA senior management as well as heads of other government agencies regarding threats to aviation to ensure rapid response to urgent security situations; provides rapid, reliable, and effective methods of obtaining, analyzing, verifying, summarizing, and presenting critical information to key FAA & DOT officials and other Federal agencies.

  • Coordinates the development of national-level plans and strategies for achieving shared Air Domain Awareness across the Federal Global Air Domain Community of Interest; provides timely response to National Security Council requests regarding threats to commercial aviation.

  • Supports Congressional engagement by providing technical assistance on legislative policies involving aviation security; supports the development of responses to Congressional inquiries, to include developing briefings and Congressional testimony.

  • Manages the FAA intelligence analysis and coordination activities in accordance with Intelligence Community directives to meet the needs of FAA leadership, lines of business, and interagency partners; manages the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information and intelligence relating to aviation emergencies or incidents.

  • Oversees the coordination of FAA's support of sensitive law enforcement and national security programs; expected to build and maintain relationships with interagency aviation stakeholders to ensure national security objectives are achieved.

  • The incumbent has extensive interaction and personal contact with ASH Senior Leadership, FAA Administrator, DOT IG and Emergency Response and Intelligence Office, Department of Homeland Security, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and Heads of other Federal Agencies enhancing aviation safety and security of the National Airspace System.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.

Supervisory status


Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)
    1801 General Inspection, Investigation, Enforcement, And Compliance Series

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HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment

  • US Citizenship is required.

  • Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.

  • Must submit an SF50 (See Required Documents)

  • Designated or Random Drug Testing required.

  • Some, all or none of the referred candidates may be interviewed.


Applicants must demonstrate at least one year (52 weeks) of SPECIALIZED experience equivalent to the next lower grade/pay band (FG/GS-15 or FV-K) in the Federal Government. Specialized experience is defined as that which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform the duties of the position, and is typically in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be filled.


  • experience working with classified intelligence information; reviewing, assessing and evaluating intelligence; and assisting senior leaders in interpreting intelligence to support strategic decision-making;
  • experience working across the agency and building and maintaining relationships with key organizations and agencies, such as Law Enforcement, as well as the Defense and Intelligence Communities; and
  • experience developing national security policy related to transportation, particularly aviation.

You should include relevant examples of the specialized experience in your work history. Errors or omissions may impact your rating or may result in you not being considered.

Answer all questions to the best of your ability. DO NOT ASSUME THAT BECAUSE YOU HOLD, OR HAVE HELD THIS POSITION, YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE FOUND ELIGIBLE. You may be asked to provide evidence or documentation that you have this type of experience later in the selection process. Your responses are subject to verification through job interviews, or any other information obtained during the application process. Any exaggeration of your experience or any attempt to conceal information can result in disqualification.

Eligible applicants meeting the minimum qualification requirements and/or selective placement factor(s) (SPF) may be further evaluated on the Leadership & Management Dimensions and/or Technical Requirements listed in the announcement. Based on this evaluation, applicants will be placed in one of the following categories: (1) score order; (2) category grouping; or (3) alphabetical, and referred to the selecting official for selection consideration.

  • Applicants who fail to demonstrate possession of any of the above criteria AND who do not provide the required documentation will receive no further consideration for this position.*

Applicants may be asked to verify information on your application for employment with the FAA.

All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this vacancy announcement.


Education cannot be substituted for experience.

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