ITnova is an engineering and information technology (IT) consulting firm. ITnova specializes in the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), in particular, project management, business analysis, business re-engineering, quality assurance, testing and IT integration for the U.S. local, state and federal government. ITnova’s approach of using proven methodologies, techniques and metrics allows ITnova to ensure project quality for key activities and milestones. ITnova is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
At this time, ITnova is unable to sponsor H1B visas for this position.
Serve as the primary FAA point of contact for the District, SSCs, TSOGs, PRG, ATO Management and ES on project related issues.
Assist with project coordination and communication efforts.
Serve as liaison for District with the local airport authorities and FAA Airport District Offices (ADOs).
Participate in high-visibility or key FAA Stakeholder meetings in support of the District.
Help all stakeholders speak with ‘One FAA Voice’.
Provide an operational overview to all Stakeholders on all District implementation activities.
Maintain an integrated/coordinated FAA Airspace District.
Project plan including program/project implementation activities, operational activities, airport activities and plans, etc.
Coordinate project milestones, constraints, solutions, status of active and future high-visibility projects at the District level.
Compile, assess and analyze large data sets from various sources to identify coordination requirements, impacts, solutions and recommendations.
Participate in or lead efforts to align FAA resources at the district Level to maximize efficiency.
Improve coordination and information sharing among all FAA stakeholders including, but not limited to, PRG (PMI, PIMs, Planners, Requirements, Resource Planners, EOSH) ES (Lead Engineers, PIPOCs), TSOG (NPMs/NIM’s, Ops Engineers), and SSCM/SSC Coordinators.
Anticipate and plan for contingencies for project issues during design, construction and implementation that may adversely affect NAS operations.
Actively explore District initiated ideas and suggestions that improve NAS and Airspace safety and efficiency.
Support development of Operational Risk Management (ORM) documentation and plans.
Ensure effective communication among stakeholders.
Establish a trustworthy relationship with district personnel and stakeholders
Solicit customer feedback for improvements.
Participate in FAA stakeholder functions/meetings such as: quarterly, weekly, monthly, key stakeholder, key projects.
Bachelor’s degree in a discipline that specializes in project coordination and oversight activities.
15 years specialized FAA experience specific to this position may be substituted for education.
Specialized experience includes the construction, installation, restoration, service life extension, demolition, removal, or refurbishment of FAA facilities and is highly desirable.
Experience in the areas of project, building, construction or strategic management may be acceptable if the education requirement is not met.
Minimum 15 years of FAA experience related to the construction, installation, restoration, service life extension, demolition, removal or refurbishment of FAA facilities.
Minimum 10 years ’experience working on FAA airport projects related to new construction or installation, restoration, service life extension, demolition/removal, and refurbishment of FAA air traffic facilities. Direct FAA experience will be given preference.