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Airspace Technician 2

Job ID 649 Date posted 09/08/2017
Location Peachtree City GEORGIA United States
Job Description


Provides full-performance technical support conducting data collection, research and evaluation of airspace design and obstacle evaluation.  Performs as an immediate technical resource to Airspace Specialists in the effective assessment and management of NAS, and with the delivery of related services to customers.



Essential Duties:

  • Prepares aeronautical case studies that exceed FAR Part 77 and/or other FCC notice criteria, or Jeppesen policies.
  • Evaluates the degree of aeronautical effect construction proposals have on NAS and private use landing facilities, and prepares OE case file for review by Airspace Specialists.
  • Researches, collects, and evaluates data on airports, terrain, obstacles and existing procedures in the development, maintenance and revision of termination/ en route instrument and visual flight procedures.
  • Conducts on-site visits to collect data; process and organize GPS/GIS data; prepares procedure design graphics on charts/maps; and prepares, reviews and transmits source data.
  • Performs technical review of data to ensure completeness and accuracy and as necessary, consults with customer to validate or acquire additional data prior to continuation of work or submission.
  • Evaluates and validates automated calculations and associated data reports for technical accuracy and notifies IT department of incorrect or missing data by establishing reporting methods.
  • Verifies the location of existing and/or proposed sites (airports, runways, proposed runways and extensions, airport surfaces, navigational aids) though various quadrangle and aeronautical based USGS charts and maps.
  • Prepares productions and publication cost estimates.  Purchase supplies and/or coordinates with vendors for production and publication of feasibility studies, AIP and other products.




Two year degree in a related field of study and typically 1 or more years' related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.



Knowledge and Skills:

  • Has substantial and thorough understanding of the job.
  • Solves routine problems of limited scope and complexity by following established practices and procedures.
  • Receives general supervision with basic instructions for routine work and detailed instructions for new lines of work or special assignments. Performs routine or standardized work, choosing from a variety of well-established options. Work is reviewed for soundness and overall adequacy and accuracy.
  • Errors may cause moderate loss of time or customer/user dissatisfaction.
  • Interacts primarily with organization personnel and customers to obtain or provide information requiring some explanation or interpretation. 


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