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San Francisco, CA
Air Traffic Control Specialist
San Francisco, CA
Torp, Blick and Bode
San Francisco, CA
Air Traffic Control Specialist
  • Providing system engineering support to the TFM Operations group; assists the TFM-Ops product team in accomplishing FAA program management goals
  • Providing technical and administrative support for program management reviews and technical interchange meetings
  • Providing oversight for the logistics and lifecycle maintenance of the TFM-I and support tools at FAA facilities nationwide
  • Working with other organizations to assess and troubleshoot TFMS related operational issues, change requests and engineering change proposals
  • Familiarity with traffic flow management procedures
  • Provide flight line transportation for personnel, baggage, and cargo between aircraft and operations. Operating vehicles, provide “follow me” service to arriving and departing aircraft including “VIP” aircraft
  • Track statistical and reporting data of the airfield and flight activity
Boston, MA
Air Traffic Control Specialist Station Temporary
Boston, MA
Doyle, Bednar and Boyer
Boston, MA
Air Traffic Control Specialist Station Temporary
  • Be designated as the emergency response coordinator and direct installation search and rescue activities, disseminating information to military and government command authorities and local emergency response agencies
  • Perform range safety control functions to include range control operations, on-site inspections of test ranges, attendance at test scheduling meetings and pretest conferences, on-site coordination of test operation, investigation of range accidents/incidents, and provides technical guidance and advice to supervisors, test directors and test personnel
  • General maintenance and care of equipment such as shop machinery, ground support equipment and related tools,
  • Receive, review and process all flight plans and request for aviation support
  • Keep administrative files, prepare and process request and turn in documents,
  • Inventory control of all Airfield supplies and equipment. Assembles and prepares charts, graphs, and other briefing material
  • Maintain current aviator reference reading files
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Chicago, IL
Senior Air Traffic Control Specialist
Chicago, IL
Crooks, Turcotte and Parker
present
Chicago, IL
Senior Air Traffic Control Specialist
present
  • Provide technical assistance related to the optimization of airspace and procedure design in PBN projects
  • Provide technical assistance to the optimization of airspace and procedure design in PBN projects
  • Provide support to the FAA Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Programs and Policy Group and the Central Service Area Operations Support Group (OSG)
  • Provide support to the FAA Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Programs and Policy Group (AJV-14
  • Maintain proficiency using software tools necessary for procedure development
  • Serve as the Technical Lead to air traffic control PBN designers and provide technical guidance and direction to the PBN designers
  • Maintain proficiency using software tools necessary for procedure development, and standard office applications such as Microsoft Office
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Proficiency Using These Tools
Bachelor’s Degree in Proficiency Using These Tools
University of California, Los Angeles
Bachelor’s Degree in Proficiency Using These Tools
Skills Skills
  • Service Computation Dates (SCDs) cannot be used for maximum entry age verification purposes, as this could include prior military service and/or current or previous federal civilian service in another occupational series
  • Applicants who are prior Academy and/or field training failure may not be considered
  • Do you possess 52 consecutive weeks of air traffic control experience involving the full-time active separation of air traffic after receipt of an ATC certification or facility rating within 5 years of application while serving at one of the following types of facilities listed below? (1) a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic control facility; OR (2) a civilian or military air traffic control facility of the Department of Defense; OR (3) a tower operating under contract with the FAA under section 47124
  • IMPORTANT: Ensure that your work experience supports your Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA), and Other Factors answers. Your answers and associated work experience will be evaluated further to validate whether the answers that you selected are appropriate
  • 2) This position is covered by the FAA Core Compensation plan. Additional information about core compensation is available on the following website: http://jobs.faa.gov/FAACoreCompensation.htm
  • 4) Permanent Change of Station (PCS): IAW FAA Travel Policy, fixed rate PCS is authorized. Current Federal government employees (transferees without a break in service) are eligible for a fixed rate PCS up to $27K. All other selectee(s) are eligible for a fixed rate PCS up to $10K
  • 5) This position is NOT covered by PL 92-267 for early retirement purposes, and is therefore, not eligible for "good time" credit. Position is also ineligible for true overtime and save pay
  • 6) Some, all or none of the referred candidates may be interviewed
  • Yes
  • Permanent Change of Station (PCS) - Employees with status: A fixed relocation payment of $27,000 will be paid
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Flight-follows aircraft and reports ATAs, ATDs, and other flight information to Air Traffic Control agencies (ATC)
  • Relays ATC clearances to inbound and outbound aircraft and provide airfield advisory service to arriving and departing aircraft
  • Control Tower Operator responsible for the effective operation of the Ascension Control Tower
  • Perform controller duties to include safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic
  • Provide technical assistance and advise Sr. Management on ATC and airfield matters
  • Assist with other ATC duties as assigned during unmanned tower hours, including handling classified mail and documents
  • Flexible work schedule dependent on flight schedules
  • Controls and monitors all access and activity on the flightline Controlled Movement Area (CMA)
  • Performs other related work as assigned
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 10- 15 Years of Experience
  • Candidate must have active; full performance level (FPL) ATC experience in any of the following: Terminal; Enroute; Oceanic; Traffic Flow Management; or Flight Service Station
  • Equivalent experience in the U.S. Military or international control environment is acceptable
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Senior Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide support to the FAA Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Programs and Policy Group (AJV-14) and the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) Service Area Operations Support Group (OSG)
  • Provide technical assistance related to the optimization of airspace and procedure design in PBN projects
  • Operate the Terminal Area Route Generation Evaluation Traffic Simulation (TARGETS) and RNAV-Pro software. The selected candidate is expected to maintain a high degree of proficiency using these tools
  • Work with multi-disciplinary workgroups to develop Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR), Standard Instrument Departure (SID), Area Navigation (RNAV) and Required Navigation Performance (RNP) procedures
  • Lead or participate in procedure design workgroups using TARGETS to evaluate PBN procedure design alternatives
  • Be able to follow and comply with all applicable FAA orders, directives, and criteria in the course of designing procedures and producing associated technical data and forms
  • Review own work for accuracy and compliance with criteria
  • Participate on user evaluation teams supporting the enhancement of PBN related software, databases, project tracking tools, etc
  • Review the work of others, as directed, for accuracy and compliance with criteria
  • Coordinate as necessary or as directed with PBN workgroup stakeholders
  • Facilitate meetings and produce draft meeting documents
  • Maintain proficiency using software tools necessary for procedure development, and standard office applications such as Microsoft Office
  • The candidate must be able to plan, organize, prioritize and carry out their own work duties
  • The specialist works under general supervision of a team leader and will be based in one of three FAA Service Center locations
  • Reimbursement for relocation expenses is not available
  • Job normally requires travel up to 60% of the time, but may exceed that at times depending on FAA needs
  • Bachelors degree (desired) or equivalent practical experience
  • A minimum of 15 years experience as a Certified Professional Controller (CPC) or a minimum of 10 years experience of military Terminal Procedures (TERPS) development
  • Experience, within the last three years, working with complex automation tools, CAD software, or similar applications
  • Practical experience doing technical work, especially if related to air traffic control or air traffic control procedures and airspace design
  • Excellent facilitation and project management skills
  • Proficiency in the use of industry standard office software (MS Office, Acrobat, etc.)
  • Knowledge of and experience with airspace or procedures design
  • Knowledge of Terminal Area Route Generation Evaluation Traffic Simulation (TARGETS) software
  • Experience participating in or mediating large multi-disciplinary workgroups
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Senior Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide support to the FAA Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Programs and Policy Group and the Central Service Area Operations Support Group (OSG)
  • Provide technical assistance to the optimization of airspace and procedure design in PBN projects
  • Maintain proficiency using software tools necessary for procedure development
  • The candidate must be able to plan, organize, prioritize and carry out their own
  • Job requires travel up to 60% of the time
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic control facility; OR
  • A civilian or military air traffic control facility of the Department of Defense; OR
  • A tower operating under contract with the FAA under section 47124
  • Applicants MUST submit copies of certifications prior to the closing date of the announcement. (The 52 weeks of consecutive, certified experience cannot include any FAA Academy or military training time prior to certification, as this is not considered "live" air traffic) and must have been within 5 years of application
  • Applicants should include examples of specialized experience in their Work History. Work history and supporting certificate(s) MUST support the applicant performing as an ATCS for a minimum of 52 consecutive weeks following the issue date of the certification
  • Applicants MUST document hours per week within their work history/resume (full time experience is credited as 40 hours per week, part time hours will be pro-rated based on 40 hrs per week)
  • There is no educational substitute for the required 52 weeks of specialized experience
  • Age Requirements: Notwithstanding section 3307 of title 5, the maximum limit of age for an original appointment to a position as an air traffic controller shall be 35 years of age for those maintaining 52 weeks of air traffic control experience involving the full-time active separation of air traffic after receipt of an air traffic certification or air traffic control facility rating in a civilian or military air traffic control facility. Maximum Retention Age: 5 U.S.C. 8335 (a) and 5 U.S.C. 8425 (a) require mandatory separation at age 56 in a career controller position
  • Service Computation Dates (SCDs) cannot be used for maximum entry age verification purposes, as this could include prior military service and/or current or previous federal civilian service in another occupational series
  • Applicants who are prior Academy and/or field training failure may not be considered
  • Basis of Rating: Applications/resumes from qualified candidates will be referred to the selecting official via priority grouping based upon their veterans' preference category
  • Do you possess 52 consecutive weeks of air traffic control experience involving the full-time active separation of air traffic after receipt of an ATC certification or facility rating within 5 years of application while serving at one of the following types of facilities listed below? (1) a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic control facility; OR (2) a civilian or military air traffic control facility of the Department of Defense; OR (3) a tower operating under contract with the FAA under section 47124
  • IMPORTANT: Ensure that your work experience supports your Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA), and Other Factors answers. Your answers and associated work experience will be evaluated further to validate whether the answers that you selected are appropriate
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide flight line transportation for personnel, baggage, and cargo between aircraft and operations. Operating vehicles, provide “follow me” service to arriving and departing aircraft including “VIP” aircraft
  • Inventory control of all Airfield supplies and equipment. Assembles and prepares charts, graphs, and other briefing material
  • Maintain current inspections and files of navigational aids, applicable flying regulations. Work closely with the airfield manager in the day to day operations of the airfield. In the absence of the POL handler will act in this capacity in refueling and hazardous waste responsibilities and other duties as assigned
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Senior Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Subject Matter Expertise (SME) concerning air traffic control duties and functions
  • Participate in and provide input to Tetra Tech Safety and Training Division for ongoing and future Tetra Tech programs
  • Develop solutions to complex air traffic problems
  • Coordinating and relaying project/program solutions to a large audience
  • Developing schedules, project timelines and deliverables
  • Requires occasional travel
  • A minimum of 15 years’ experience as a FAA or military air traffic control specialist
  • Excellent facilitation skills
  • Knowledge of and experience air traffic rules, regulations and practices
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Relays ATC clearances to inbound, outbound and over-flying aircraft, and provides airfield advisory service to arriving and departing aircraft
  • Controls Tower Operator responsible for the effective operation of the Allan Army Airfield Control Tower
  • Transmits Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) as required and maintains Flight Information Publications (FLIPs)
  • Performs controller duties to include safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic
  • Controls and monitors all access and activity on the flight line Controlled Movement Area (CMA)
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Relays Oakland ARTCC ATC clearances to inbound, outbound and over-flying aircraft, and provides airfield advisory service to arriving and departing aircraft
  • Transmits International Civil Aircraft Organization (ICAO) flight plans, departure and other messages on appropriate data circuits
  • Processes Prior Permission Required (PPR) requests through designated USAF approval authorities for aircraft desiring to transit
  • Performs airfield inspections and Foreign Object Damage (FOD) and Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) checks
  • Acts as point of contact for various emergencies and mobilizes emergency response per Base Operations. Quick Reaction Checklists
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conducting site surveys, preplanning, and on-site coordination for systems installations at Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC) and Terminal Radar Control (TRACON) facilities
  • Providing system engineering support to the TFM Operations group; assists the TFM-Ops product team in accomplishing FAA program management goals
  • Coordinating/monitoring products, installations and support activities of several customer-defined systems
  • Provides support for the Traffic Flow Management Implementation (TFM-I) task team, system engineering and support the TFM-I Product Team with schedules, briefings, cost estimates, acquisition and other technical and administrative information
  • Working with other organizations to assess and troubleshoot TFMS related operational issues, change requests and engineering change proposals
  • Providing oversight for the logistics and lifecycle maintenance of the TFM-I and support tools at FAA facilities nationwide
  • Providing technical and administrative support for program management reviews and technical interchange meetings
  • A Bachelor of Science/ Arts degree or higher with 5 years of Air Traffic Control (ATC) active, full performance level experience
  • Familiarity with traffic flow management procedures
  • Ability to review Prime contractor submittals for systems maintenance and upgrades and to use FAA systems/ databases, such as SPIRE, WebCM, Risk Radar, CWP
  • Site experience at Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC) and Terminal Radar Control (TRACON) facilities and experience with FAA mission, plans, processes and systems desired. Expertise in enterprise data and information management, data architecture, data management desired
  • Demonstrated customer-facing successes required
  • Ability and willingness to travel. Travel requirement is approximately 25 percent
  • Ability to satisfy FAA resume and security approval processes
  • Familiarity with the Traffic Flow Management System (TFMS) desired
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Supervisory Air Traffic Control Specialist Supervisory Traffic Management Coordinator Mss Resume Examples & Samples

  • As a part of the Federal-Wide Hiring Reform Initiative (streamlining the hiring process), the FAA is committed to eliminating the use of the Knowledge, Skills and Ability (KSA) narratives from the initial application in the hiring process for all announcements. Therefore, as an applicant for this announcement, you are NOT required to provide a narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing Program This position is covered by the Department of Transportation's Drug and Alcohol Testing Program. Any applicant tentatively selected for this position will be subject to preemployment or preappointment drug screening. Persons occupying a "testing designated position (TDP)" will be subject to random drug and/or alcohol testing
  • In accordance with HRPM EMP 1.29/1.29a, this position may be a Career Enhancement Program/Career Progression assignment. The selectee(s) may be eligible for pay retention. Career Diversity is not enhanced when an employee is assigned to a staff or supervisory position in which they previously held on a permanent basis. CEP/CE selectees will be required to certify eligibility
  • This is a temporary assignment NTE 2 years, may be extended, or made permanent
  • Most recent SF-50 (Notification of Personnel Action)
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • 464243600
  • 5B-ART-1914114-872010-RTZ
  • May be required to perform temporary duty assignments
  • Knowledge of Air Traffic Control (ATC) operations, policies, procedures and instructions to include possessing an FAA ATC Specialist and CTO Certificate and capable of performing ATC functions in accordance with FAA, DoD, AFRC and location regulations, orders and instructions
  • Knowledge of the function and the skill and ability to operate, detect, and adjust malfunctions and interference's in various equipment such as ATC training simulators, communications systems, radar equipment and its various displays, weather instruments, recording equipment, navigational aid monitors, flight data printing devices, and other associated equipment with the facility
  • Knowledge of different models and types of aircraft, their identifying features, and general performance characteristics; e.g. operating airspeeds, rate of climb, rate of descent, turn rates, etc., and the ability to apply this knowledge to the separation and control of aircraft; knowledge of and the skill and ability to respond to and report weather conditions that may affect the safety of air or ground operations
  • Ability to maintain a mental picture of the location of the aircraft being controlled, the skill to estimate their time over navigational aids and intersection/reporting points, and the skill to apply procedures for holding aircraft at any of these points
  • Ability to plan, organize, establish, research, interpret and apply administrative and correspondence practices required to direct facility functions such as; technical orders, operating instructions, instructional guidance, etc. and meet required suspenses
  • Ability to communicative orally and in writing. Must possess the ability to speak rapidly, clearly and distinctively. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships and ability to cooperate effectively and professionally
  • Incumbent must obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance
  • Irregular and overtime hours may be required to support operational contingencies
  • This is a drug testing position. The incumbent is subject to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment and participation in random drug testing
  • Incumbent must have a high level of judgment and discretion, demonstrated verbal and written skills, and the ability to meet and communicate with high-ranking military and civilian officials
  • Must possess the ability to make punctual and precise judgments in complex real time work situations, to remain calm under stressful conditions, and to coordinate numerous and different mental processes at once, while adjusting to the ever changing traffic flow and tempo of work activities
  • This is a Key position. Incumbents must be removed from their military recall status if alternatives for filling the position during an emergency are not available
  • This position may be subject to Special Retirement provisions for Air Traffic Controllers under CSRS and FERS (5 USC 3382, Involuntary Separation for Retirement: 5 USC 8835(a) and 8425(a), Mandatory Separation: 5 USC 8336(e) and 8412(e), Immediate Retirement: 5 USC 8339(e) and 8415(d), Computation of Annuity)
  • If you submit more than one copy of your resume, only the most recent (latest) version will be reviewed. The latest timestamp will be used to determine which version of your resume is "most recent". It is your responsibility to check the status and timestamp of all documents you submit as part of your application
  • If your resume includes a photograph or other inappropriate material or content, you will not be considered for this vacancy
  • Veteran Administration Letter of Disability Rating, if applicable
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • 464219800
  • 9H-AFPC-1913987-873243-MDS
  • Work may occasionally require travel away from the normal duty station on military or commercial aircraft
  • Knowledge of the laws, rules, regulations and procedures governing the movement of air traffic
  • Knowledge of the functional/operational limitations of all ATC equipment, as well as approach lighting, airfield lighting, weather instructions, navigational aids (NAVAIDS), remote status indicators, arresting systems, landlines, and any other equipment pertaining to ATC services
  • Ability to make rapid and precise judgements in a real-time work situation, remain calm under conditions that are stressful, coordinate many different processes at once, and adjust rapidly to changes in the traffic pattern and tempo of work activity
  • This is a testing designated position. The employee is subject to random drug testing
  • This is a Key Position. Incumbents must be removed from their military recall status if alternatives for filling the position during an emergency are unavailable
  • 90-Day Register: This announcement may result in a 90-day register that may be used to fill like vacancies for 90 days after the closing date. Applicants may be referred for consideration as vacancies occur
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Senior Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide support to the FAA Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Programs and Policy Group (AJV-14
  • Operate the Terminal Area Route Generation Evaluation Traffic Simulation (TARGETS) and RNAV-Pro software. The selected candidate is expected to maintain a high degree of proficiency using these tools and can provide recommendations to the FAA regarding problem reports or enhancements to these systems
  • Be able to retrieve and analyze PBN and air traffic data from various sources including the PBN Dashboard Observer, the Project Tracking Tool (PTT), and the Sector Design and Analysis Tool (SDAT) Offload Extractor
  • Provide expertise to the FAA regarding PBN procedure design risks and alternatives
  • Review and provide expertise to the PBN Office on FAA Orders and Directives pertaining to criteria affecting PBN procedure design
  • Serve as the Technical Lead to air traffic control PBN designers and provide technical guidance and direction to the PBN designers
  • Be able to produce presentation and briefing material related to PBN development and resultant flight paths
  • Supervise the work of graphics specialists and provide any technical assistance they may require
  • Job normally requires travel up to 25% of the time, but may exceed that at times depending on FAA needs
  • A minimum of 15 years experience as a Certified Professional Controller (CPC)
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Supervisory Air Traffic Control Specialist Front Line Manager Mss Resume Examples & Samples

  • As a part of the Federal-Wide Hiring Reform Initiative (streamlining the hiring process), the FAA is committed to eliminating the use of the Knowledge, Skills and Ability (KSA) narratives from the initial application in the hiring process for all announcements. Therefore, as an applicant for this announcement, you are NOT required to provide a narrative response in the text box listed below each Managerial Selection Factor (MSF). In lieu of providing a narrative response in the text box listed below each MSF, in your work history, please include information that provides specific examples of how you meet the response level or answer you chose for each MSF. Your work history examples should be specific and clearly reflect the highest level of ability. Your MSF answers will be evaluated further to validate whether the level that you selected is appropriate based on the work history and experience you provided. Your answers may be adjusted by a Human Resource Specialist as appropriate
  • In accordance with HRPM EMP 1.29/1.29a, this position may be a Career Enhancement Program/Career Progression assignment. The selectee may be eligible for pay retention. Career Diversity is not enhanced when an employee is assigned to a staff or supervisory position in which they previously held on a permanent basis. CEP/CP selectee will be required to certify eligibility
  • Some, all, or none of the applicants may be interviewed
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience providing advice and guidance on air operations in Terminal and/or En Route
  • Experience working and resolving complex technical issues related to the National Airspace System(NAS)
  • Experience writing reports and making presentations on technical issues
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Applying experience and comprehensive knowledge of air traffic control procedures and operations
  • Monitoring all phases of air traffic operations and recommending changes to improve system safety
  • Developing criteria within approved guidelines to identify local and system trends and hazards
  • Applying knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) programs, strategic priorities, and regulations
  • Maintaining an in-depth knowledge of current AOV and Air Traffic Organization (ATO) functional responsibilities pertaining to air traffic operations, requirements, and regulatory programs and activities
  • Directing or participating in activities designed to determine compliance with air traffic operations, regulations, and requirements
  • Collaborating with AOV counterparts, AVS colleagues, the ATO, and external entities
  • Evaluating data and demonstrating skills in analysis, development of trends, and data correlation
  • Those 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.*
  • All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this vacancy announcement.**
  • 2) This position is covered by the FAA Core Compensation plan. Additional information about core compensation is available on the following website: http://jobs.faa.gov/FAACoreCompensation.htm
  • 3) This Level 1 (Low Risk) position requires favorable adjudication of a National Agency Check and Inquiries (NACI) background investigation prior to appointment
  • 4) Permanent Change of Station (PCS): IAW FAA Travel Policy, fixed rate PCS is authorized. Current Federal government employees (transferees without a break in service) are eligible for a fixed rate PCS up to $27K. All other selectee(s) are eligible for a fixed rate PCS up to $10K
  • 5) This position is NOT covered by PL 92-267 for early retirement purposes, and is therefore, not eligible for "good time" credit. Position is also ineligible for true overtime and save pay
  • 6) Some, all or none of the referred candidates may be interviewed
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1) Quality and Recency of technical experience and training in the specialty to be taught
  • 2) Supervisory and managerial potential
  • 3) Personal characteristics
  • 4) Performance records and awards
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • For job training and organization mission requirements
  • If any supplemental documentation for education or certifications are required it will be listed here
  • If the position requires a driver's license, applicant will be expected to obtain and maintain a satisfactory State of Oregon Driver's License. Driver's licenses from other states will be accepted pending they are recognized by the State of Oregon DMV and adhere to National Guard Technician Personnel Regulations
  • If position requires security clearance. Individuals must currently possess or obtain and maintain a satisfactory Secret or Top Secret Security Clearance in accordance with position requirements
  • Applicants are subject to Police Record Check. Applicants can pre-emptively fill out the PDF form below at the link
  • Click the Submit My Answers button to submit your application package
  • It is your responsibility to ensure your responses and appropriate documentation is submitted prior to the closing date
  • To verify your application is complete, log into your USAJOBS account, https://my.usajobs.gov/Account/Login , select the Application Status link and then select the more information link for this position. The Details page will display the status of your application, the documentation received and processed, and any correspondence the agency has sent related to this application. Your uploaded documents may take several hours to clear the virus scan process
  • Personal Information: Full name, mailing address with zip code, home and work phone numbers, country of citizenship, highest Federal civilian grade held (indicate whether grade held as permanent, indefinite or temporary), current military unit of assignment, duty MOS/AFSC, and military grade
  • Work Experience: Provide job title (include series and grade for Federal employment and MOS/AFSC and grade for military); duties and accomplishments; employer's name, address, supervisor, and phone number; start and end dates (month and year) with hours of work and ending salary. Include both paid and volunteer work
  • Fax your documents to 1-478-757-3144
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • 468188200
  • 6R-ART-1946313-870926-JLW
  • May be required to travel for temporary duty
  • Knowledge of instructional systems, training management and quality assurance program procedures
  • Knowledge of civil engineering rules and regulation relating to airfield waivers, airfield construction and airfield clearance zones
  • Knowledge of the procedures that are related to flight handling, airways and airspace structures, navigational facilities and flight check inspections
  • Ability to operate office automation equipment and software, to include ATC Computer Base Training (CBT), Air Traffic Control Training Device (ATCTD) automated programs and TERPS automated programs
  • Knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration flight inspection procedures and different types of instrument approach procedures
  • May be required to respond to short notice recall to support unscheduled emergency air traffic and/or contingencies/exercises to support the mission
  • Must meet and maintain medical standards, including an FAA Class II medical certificate, necessary to perform ATC duties
  • May be required to participate in Operational Readiness Exercises and Major Accident Response Exercises
  • Graduation from the USAF Terminal Instrument Procedures course required within one year of appointment to the position
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of air traffic control rules, regulations, separations and sequencing procedures
  • Knowledge of military and civilian aircraft performance and characteristics
  • Must be able to immediately and accurately assess control situation and react with proper instructions, procedures, and phraseologies
  • Possess ability to make rapid and precise judgments in a real-time work situations under stressful conditions. Be able to coordinate many different processes at one time while adjusting to rapidly changing traffic pattern and temp
  • Knowledge of military rank, customs, and protocol is desirable
  • Must achieve full performance level ATC certification within the time specified in the training program
  • Must achieve certification in the Supplemental Aviation Weather Reporting Station (SAWRS) program
  • Possess current and valid FAA Class II medical certificate
  • Possess or qualify for a SECRET security clearance
  • Position is designated as a Drug Testing position. Incumbent is subject to random drug testing
  • Must be able to climb numerous flight of stairs plus an almost vertical stair segment to gain access to control tower operating quarters
  • This position is subject to special retirement provision for Air Traffic Controllers under SCRS and FERS (5 USC 3382, Involuntary Separation for Retirement; 5 USC 8335 (a) and 8425 (a), Mandatory Separation; 5 USC 8336 ( e) 8412 ( e), Immediate Retirement; 5 USC 8339 ( e) and 8415 (d), Computation of Annuity)
  • This is a Key position IAW DoD Directive 1200.7. The incumbent must be renewed from military status if alternatives for filling the position during an emergency are not available
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • Complete resume with relevant experience where you worked, job title, duties and accomplishments, employer's name and address, supervisor's name and phone number, starting and end dates (Mo/Yr), hours per week and salary. If you are a current or previous federal employee, provide your pay plan, series and grade level (e.g. GS-0201-09)
  • Complete assessment questionnaire https://apply.usastaffing.gov/ViewQuestionnaire/10010148
  • Supporting documentation
  • AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT
  • CENTER
  • STATION
  • TERMINAL
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs air traffic control duties in the control tower and radar facility
  • Operates, trains, and provides preventative maintenance on a host of automated communication and display hardware and software systems that are integral and vital to the operation of the air traffic control facility
  • Serves as the primary watch supervisor, senior controller In the ATC facility
  • Conducts and performs weather-related functions as part of the National Weather System
  • Provides comprehensive On-the-Job training for Air Force and Air National Guard personnel in accordance with Air Force, Air National Guard, FAA, and local policies and directives
  • Knowledge of Air Traffic Control (ATC) operations, policies, procedures, and instructions to include possessing an FAA Air Traffic Control Specialist Certificate and capable of performing air traffic control functions IA W AFI 13-203 & AFI 13-204, with applicable ANG supplements
  • Knowledge and skill to use Information Technology (IT) equipment and software, to include ATC training simulators, weather equipment, recording systems, digital radar systems, and various information data systems
  • Comprehensive knowledge of administrative and correspondence practices required to supervise facility functions such as: technical orders, operating instructions, user guides, etc. General knowledge of military methodology, rank, customs, and protocol is desirable
  • Ability to research, analyze, interpret, and apply air traffic control rules, directives, and procedures to ensure the safe and expeditious flow of air traffic control in !FR, VFR and SVFR conditions
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Must possess the ability to speak rapidly, clearly, and distinctively. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships, and ability to negotiate effectively and professionally
  • Ability to plan, organize work, establish milestones, and meet deadlines
  • Knowledge of weather phenomena and localized effects, to include the ability to perform appropriate reporting procedures as required
  • The employee must obtain and maintain a Secret clearance
  • Position is subject to random drug testing
  • This is a Key position IAW DOD Directive 1200.7. The incumbent must be removed from military status if alternatives for filing the position during an emergency are not available
  • Incumbent must have a high level of judgment and discretion, demonstrated verbal and written skills, and the ability to meet and deal with high-ranking military and civilian personnel
  • Must possess ability to make rapid and precise judgments in real-time work situations, to remain calm under conditions that are stressful, and to coordinate at times many different processes at once, while adjusting rapidly to changes in the traffic pattern and temp of work activities
  • This position may be subject to the special retirement provisions for Air Traffic Controllers under CSRS and FERS (5 USC 3382, Involuntary Separation for Retirement; 5 USC 8835(a) and 8425(a), Mandatory Separation; 5 USC 8336(e) and 8412(e}, Immediate Retirement; 5 USC 8339(e) and 8415(d), Computation of Annuity)
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • 469376500
  • 41-AFPC-1955534-861039-DJa
  • Knowledge of Air Traffic Control (ATC) operations, policies, procedures, and instructions to include possessing an FAA Air Traffic Control Specialist Certificate and capable of performing air traffic control functions IAW AFI 13-203 & AFI 13-204, with applicable ANG supplements
  • Ability to research, analyze, interpret, and apply air traffic control rules, directives, and procedures to ensure the safe and expeditious flow of air traffic control in IFR, VFR and SVFR conditions
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • 469399500
  • 5K-ART-1944195-882341-DVL
  • Maybe required to perform temporary duty assignments
  • Knowledge of the laws, rules, regulations and procedures governing the movement and the conduct of air traffic and ATC operations and the separation of aircraft in terminal radar approach control and Control Tower operations
  • Knowledge of the functional/operational limitations of all ATC equipment, as well as radar systems, weather indicators, approach lighting, airfield lighting, navigational aids (NAVAIDS), remote status indicators (RSI), arresting systems, radios, landlines, recording equipment, ATC simulations systems, and any other equipment pertaining to ATC services. Proven the capability to apply the procedures and standards for separation and control of IFR, VF, and SVFR aircraft
  • Knowledge of both radar and non-radar procedures for control and separation of aircraft utilizing vector, speed control, time parameters, reporting points, vertical and lateral separation techniques. Knowledge of the relationship and coordination required between ATC and non-ATC agencies, and other components of the National Airspace System (NAS)
  • Knowledge of NAS, its complex airway structures, satellite airport configurations, NAVAIDS, and Special Use Airspace (SUA) such as a Military Operations Area (MOA)National. Knowledge of MOA and other SUA and the application of procedures for control of military aircraft in and out this airspace ensuring other military and general aviation aircraft are separated and traffic flows maintained
  • Ability to control numerous aircraft operations from several satellite airports within airspace of jurisdiction; applying departure and arrival procedures, which must be rapidly assimilated and mentally updated with rapid changes occurring in the traffic system. Also the Ability to make rapid and precise judgments in a real-time work situation, remain calm under conditions that are stressful, coordinate many different processes at once, and adjust rapidly to changes in the traffic pattern and tempo of work activity
  • Ability to communicate effectively (rapidly, clearly, and distinctly) orally and in writing; to act decisively in emergency situations; and to provide appropriate reporting procedures as required and the ability to conduct classroom instruction and on-the-job training (OJT)
  • This position is designated by the USAF as a Testing Designated Position (TDP) under the Air Force Civilian Drug Testing Program. The employee is subject to random drug testing. The employee is subject to random drug testing. As a mandatory requirement for employment I the TDP, the incumbent is to refrain from use of illegal drugs and, if requested, must submit to urinalysis testing. The selectee must sign a statement acknowledging the position occupied is identified as a TDP
  • May be required to work an uncommon tour of duty, i.e., Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays, etc. May be required to work rotating shifts and overtime. Work demands may not allow for regularly scheduled breaks or meal periods. Supervisors may authorized an on-the-job lunch period of 20 minutes or less spent at or near their work stations. May be required to respond to short notice recall to support unscheduled emergency air traffic and/or contingencies/exercises to support the mission
  • This position is designated as a Key Staff Position (Code A) for screening the incumbent from the Ready Reserves. In the event of a war, a war-related emergency, or human-caused or natural disaster, the incumbent of this position must perform duties to support assigned USAF missions. The incumbent must be removed from military status if alternatives for filling the position during an emergency are not available and may be required to take part in readiness exercises on a 7-day, 24–hour basis
  • This position is subject to the special retirement provisions for Air Traffic Controllers under CSRS and FERS (5 USC 3382, Involuntary Separation for Retirement; 5 USC 8335(a) and 8425(a), Mandatory Separation; 5 USC 8336(e) and 8412(e), Immediate Retirement; 5 USC 8339(e) and 8415(d), Computation of annuity)
  • The incumbent of this position must have the ability to sit and/or stand for long periods of time while controlling aircraft in a Tower facility and/or in a dimly lit IFR room. The incumbent of this position may be required to climb up to 20 flights of stairs (120 feet) to reach the Control Tower Cab
  • The incumbent must have the ability to meet and maintain on a continuing basis, the physical, mental, and medical standards for ATC duties as specified by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) qualification standard for GS-2152. Must meet and maintain applicable FAA medical standards necessary to perform ATC duties
  • At least 5 years ATC terminal (Radar Approach Control, Ground Controlled Approach or Tower) controller experience is highly desired. At least 10 years of ATC experience and experience in the ATC career field within the last 3 years is highly desired
  • The position may require the employee to work under adverse environmental conditions. The incumbent must accomplish local limited weather observer certification requirements administered by base weather flight
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Supervisory Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • As part of the Federal-Wide Hiring Reform Initiative (streamlining the hiring process), the FAA is committed to eliminating the use of the Knowledge, Skills and Ability (KSA) narratives from the initial application in the hiring process for all announcements. Therefore, as an applicant for this announcement, you are NOT required to provide a narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA. In lieu of providing a KSA narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA, in your work history, please include information that provides specific examples of how you meet the response level or answer you chose for each KSA. Your work history examples should be specific and clearly reflect the highest level of ability. Your KSA answers will be evaluated further to validate whether the level that you selected is appropriate based on the work history and experience you provided. Your answers may be adjusted by a Human Resource Specialist as appropriate
  • In accordance with HRPM EMP 1.29/1.29a, this position MAY be a Career Enhancement Program/Career Progression assignment. The selectee(s) may be eligible for pay retention. Career Diversity is not enhanced when an employee is assigned to a staff or supervisory position which they previously held on a permanent basis. CEP/CP selectees will be required to certify eligibility
  • This position is NOT covered by PL 92-267 for early retirement purposes, and is therefore, not eligible for "good time" credit. Position is also ineligible for true overtime
  • This position is covered by the FAA Core Compensation Plan. Additional information about core compensation is available on the following website: http://jobs.faa.gov/FAACoreCompensation.htm
  • This is a non BUE position
  • 10% of travel is required
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Station Temporary Resume Examples & Samples

  • Service all aircraft with proper fuel as needed, defuel aircraft as required if within capabilities, remove snow and sweep ramp, taxiways and runways as required
  • Receive, review and process all flight plans and request for aviation support
  • Maintain current aviator reference reading files
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Supervisory Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge and experience leading, directing and managing complex programs
  • Knowledge and experience developing and executing a corporate business plan and budget for a program or office
  • Applicants who do not demonstrate one full year of specialized experience will not receive further consideration for this position.**
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Conducts hourly and special METAR weather observations, logs data on appropriate form and transmits data to National Weather Service (NWS) office
  • Initiates Base Operations Quick Reaction Checklists as required
  • Monitors fire detection systems, VORTAC systems, AWOS, island telecom systems, and marine vessel operations
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Station Resume Examples & Samples

  • General cleaning of hangar, inside and outside, ramp areas, runway, taxiways, and POL facility
  • General maintenance and care of equipment such as shop machinery, ground support equipment and related tools,
  • Keep administrative files, prepare and process request and turn in documents,
  • Maintains flight information on inbound and outbound flights and coordinates airfield services for transient aircraft
  • Track statistical and reporting data of the airfield and flight activity
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Experience providing advice and guidance on air operations, in particular law enforcement and tactical operations; and
  • Experience resolving highly complex technical issues related to the security of the NAS; and
  • Experience writing complex reports and making presentations on highly technical operational issues
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of Terminal Air Traffic Control (ATC) Procedures, including tower procedures
  • Ability to communicate effectively (rapidly, clearly, and distinctly) orally and in writing; to act decisively in emergency situations; and to provide appropriate reporting procedures as required
  • This is a Key Position. Incumbents must be removed from their military recall status if alternatives for filling the position during an emergency are W1available
  • Must complete all training requirements to obtain and maintain a full facility rating in facility of assignment
  • This position is covered as an Air Traffic Controller under 5 USC 2109
  • This position is subject to the special retirement provisions for Air Traffic Controllers under CSRS and FERS (5 USC 3382, involuntary Separation for Retirement; 5 USC 8335(a) and 8425(a), tv1andatory Separation; 5 USC 8336(e) and 8412(e), Immediate Retirement; 5 USC 8339(e) and 8415(d), Computation of annuity)
  • The incumbent of this position must have the ability to sit and/or stand for long periods of time while controlling aircraft in a Tower facility
  • The incumbent must have the ability to meet and maintain on a continuing basis, the physical, mental, and medical standards for ATC duties as specified by AFI 48-123 and Code of Federal Regulation 14 Part 67
  • At least 10 years of Air Traffic Control Tower experience is highly desired
  • At least 7 years Air Traffic Control Tower watch supervisory experience is highly desired
  • Operational experience coordinating ATC with Runway Supervisory Units (RSUs) and a military Radar Approach Control (RAPCON) is highly desired
  • ATC Tower experience actively controlling traffic to two or more runways is highly desired
  • ATC Training management and Standardization/Evaluation Program management experience is highly desired
  • Air Traffic Control facility management experience is highly desired
  • FAA Control Tower Operator (CTO) certification within the past two years is highly desired
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Knowledge of the laws, rules, regulations and procedures governing the movement of air traffic and ATC operations
  • Knowledge of the functional/operational limitations of all ATC equipment, as well as radar systems, weather indicators, approach lighting, airfield lighting, NAVAIDS, remote status indicators (RSI), arresting systems, radios, landlines, recording equipment, ATC simulation systems, and any other equipment pertaining to ATC services
  • Knowledge of both radar and non-radar procedures for control and separation of aircraft utilizing vector, speed control, time parameters, reporting points, vertical and lateral separation techniques. Knowledge of the relationship and coordination required between ATC and non-ATC agencies, and other components of the National Airspace System
  • Ability to control numerous aircraft operations from several satellite airports within airspace of jurisdiction; applying departure and arrival procedures, which must be rapidly assimilated and mentally updated with rapid changes occurring in the traffic system. Ability to conduct classroom instruction and on-the-job training (OJT). Ability to make rapid and precise judgments in a real-time work situation, remain calm under conditions that are stressful, coordinate many different processes at once, and adjust rapidly to changes in the traffic pattern and tempo of work activity
  • Knowledge of National Airspace Systems (NAS), its complex airway structures, satellite airport configurations, NAVAIDS, and Special Use Airspace (SUA) such as a Military Operations Area (MOA). Knowledge of MOA and other SUA and the application of procedures for control of military aircraft in and out of this airspace ensuring other military and general aviation aircraft are separated and traffic flows maintained
  • Knowledge of standard administration and correspondence practices required to manage administrative functions such as publications, operating instructions, filing plans, etc. is required. General knowledge of military organization, including familiarity with component major command, DoD and FAA hierarchy and internal structure, operational methods, rank, customs and protocol is needed. Capability to communicate effectively (rapidly, clearly, and distinctly) verbally and in writing; to act decisively in emergency situations; and, to provide appropriate reporting procedures as required. Incumbent must utilize effective communication skills (oral and written) in dealing with a variety of individuals and groups to ensure timely coordination and accomplishment of assigned projects. Contact involves formal/informal meetings and public forums and telephone conversations with military and civilian government officials and military and civilian aviation officials in numerous public organizations
  • This position is designated as a Key Staff Position (Code A) for screening the incumbent from the Ready Reserves. In the event of a war, a war-related emergency, or human-caused or natural disaster, the incumbent of this position must perform duties to support assigned USAF missions. The incumbent must be removed from military status if alternatives for filling the position during an emergency are not available and may be required to take part in readiness exercises on a 7-day, 24-hour basis
  • Must complete all training requirements within facility prescribed time limits to obtain and maintain full facility certification in all ATC facilities. Thereafter, recurring training is required to maintain proficiency on the most current air traffic control requirements. This proficiency may be in the form of examinations which may be written, verbal, or require operational demonstration in live or simulated air traffic environments
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Terminal Resume Examples & Samples

  • Business Travel is up to 5% of the time
  • Knowledge of Appropriate Air Traffic Control Laws, Rules, and Regulations
  • Skill in Determining Best Courses of Action, Ensuring Aviation Safety of all Aircraft Under His/Her Control
  • Ability to Train and Instruct Air Traffic Control Students
  • To begin, click to create a USAJOBS account or log in to your existing account. Follow the prompts to select your USAJOBS resume and/or other supporting documents and complete the occupational questionnaire
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Supervisory Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a first level supervisor, providing planning, directing, organization, and exercising control over personnel assigned to the 57th Operations Support Squadron, Airfield Operations Flight (OSA). To provide air traffic control (ATC) services military and civilian aircraft operating in a radar environment using instrument flight rules (IFR) and visual flight rules (VFR) providing for the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic. To provide non-radar services in allocated airspace in the event of radar outages
  • Exercises supervisory personnel management responsibilities. Advises and provides counsel to employees regarding policies, procedures, and directives of management
  • Directs movement of aircraft in flight and on the ground as displayed on radar indicator or pilot reported. Operates communication and display equipment and provides emergency assistance to aircraft
  • Provides instruction and assistance to air traffic control personnel. Provides basic and journeyman training for personnel to meet certification requirements for upgrade and qualification in the Air Traffic Control (ATC) career field
  • Maintains certification requirements. Upon obtaining position and facility certification, recurring training is required to maintain proficiency on current air traffic control requirements, and to ensure continued proficiency in each certified operating position
  • Occasional travel away from the normal duty station on military or commercial aircraft
  • Knowledge of radar and tower ATC procedures
  • Knowledge of weather phenomena and localized effects
  • Ability to make rapid and precise judgments in a real-time work situation, remain calm under conditions that are stressful, coordinate many different processes at once, and adjust rapidly to changes in the traffic pattern and tempo of work activity
  • Knowledge of safety and security regulations, practices, and procedures
  • Ability to plan, organize, and direct the functions and staff of a small to medium size organization
  • This is a testing designated position; the employee is subject to random drug testing
  • May be required to work an uncommon tour of duty, i.e., Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays, etc. May be required to work rotating shifts and overtime. May be required to respond to short notice recall to support unscheduled emergency air traffic and/or contingencies/exercises to support the mission
  • This position is subject to the special retirement provisions for Air Traffic Controllers under CSRS and FERS (5 USC 3382, Involuntary Separation for Retirement; 5 USC 8335(a) and 8425(a), Mandatory Separation; 5 USC 8336(e) and 8412(e), Immediate Retirement; 5 USC 8339(e) and 84 15(d), Computation of annuity)
  • The incumbent must have the ability to meet and maintain on a continuing basis, the physical, mental, and medical standards for ATC duties as specified by the OPM qualification standard for GS-2152
  • At least 5 years ATC radar controller experience is highly desired
  • At least 10 years of ATC experience and experience in the ATC career field within the last 3 years is highly desired
  • Experience in an air traffic control facility exceeding 250,000 annual operations, experience with NTTR and Nellis AFB, highly desirable
  • Experience with narrow band digital air traffic control systems. Specific experience with Micro-EARTS or Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System is preferred
  • The incumbent may be required to perform additional duties typically associated with an air traffic control facility
  • Your Resume (your latest resume will be used to determine your qualifications)
  • Eligibility Documentation, SF50, Proof of Disability, Certification of Job Readiness, etc
  • Transcripts, if qualifying based on education or positive education series
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Air Traffic Control Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Performs daily functions of maintaining and or improving operational material and or resources within the assigned area(s) of specialty
  • Communicates intra / inter facility as well as among various lines of business and industry
  • Makes recommendations for new projects/studies, taking into account available resources and the accomplishment of facility goals and objectives
  • Applies expertise toward the completion of projects/studies and facility reports
  • Analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of equipment, facilities, and procedures
  • Conducts investigations, evaluations, and briefs facility personnel
  • Develops methods to improve customer service and the quality of support provided
  • Collaborates freely among facilities, provides feedback and consults with other Staff Support Specialists regardless of duty location
  • May perform duties outside of the facility commensurate with grade and experience