Aerospace Engineer Cabin Safety Job in RENTON, WA

Vacancy No. ANM-AIR-17-EXT-115-52369 Department Federal Aviation Administration
Salary $95,624.00 to $148,243.00 Grade J to J
Perm/Temp Permanent FT/PT Full-time
Open Date 3/20/2017 Close Date 4/10/2017
Job Link Apply Online Who may apply Public
Locations:
RENTON, WA

Job Description (Please follow all instructions carefully)

Aerospace Engineer (Cabin Safety)

Federal Aviation Administration

1 vacancy in the following location:

  • Renton, WA
Work Schedule is Full Time - Permanent

Opened Monday 3/20/2017

Closes Monday 4/10/2017

  • Salary Range
    $95,624.00 to $148,243.00 / Salary includes locality payment of 24.24% for Renton, WA.
  • Series & Grade
    FV-0861-J/J
  • Supervisory Status
    No
  • Who May Apply
    U.S. Citizens - This announcement is open to all U.S. Citizens.
  • Control Number
    466113000
  • Job Announcement Number
    ANM-AIR-17-EXT-115-52369
Job Overview

Job Overview

Summary

About the Agency

Business Component:

Federal Aviation Administration, Northwest Mountain Region, Transport Airplane Directorate, Transport Standards Staff, Airframe & Cabin Safety Branch, ANM-115.

Duties

The incumbent serves as a technical expert responsible for rulemaking and guidance development associated with occupant safety in transport category airplanes.

  • Develops innovative solutions for new standards or means of compliance for novel or unusual technology.
  • Engages with industry to identify novel or unusual technology and obtain input on new or revised standards and guidance.
  • Engages with industry groups to understand new aviation technologies and how they may impact aviation designs and associated regulations.
  • Proposes, defines and oversees research associated with novel or unusual designs or technologies.
  • Develops airworthiness standards and related advisory and guidance material for the certification of aircraft.
  • Develops proposed special conditions, exemption documents, equivalent safety findings, evaluation procedures and any other documents necessary to assure the adequacy, and standardization of certification programs.
  • Collaborates with bilateral partners to develop new and revised regulations, special conditions, exemptions, policies and advisory circulars in order to maintain harmonization and an acceptable level of safety.
  • Provides policy, guidance and instruction to others, internally and externally.
  • Communicates to all levels within the Aircraft Certification Service, to counterparts in other lines of business and to the public.
  • Develops strategies, implementation plans and responses to safety recommendations from the National Transportation Safety Board as well as from individuals or organizations within the FAA.
  • Resolves most technical issues without the intervention of management.
  • Plans and accomplishes highly complex and challenging projects/programs and other work activities with minimal direction, as a team leader or team member.
  • Applies experience and comprehensive knowledge of engineering principles, theories and concepts to solve complex problems and improve airworthiness standards and guidance.

The incumbent learns and applies risk management in planning and decision making regarding the appropriate level of FAA involvement in: certification projects, continued operational safety decisions, review of findings made by Foreign Civil Aviation Authorities. Each of these areas depend upon a clear understanding of FAA and industry roles and responsibilities to enable effective and appropriate FAA involvement in consideration of shared safety responsibilities.

Additionally, the incumbent must be able to apply systems thinking to the above responsibilities. The FAA is moving to a systems-based approach to oversight of the aviation industry and it is essential for the incumbent to be able to evaluate large/complex delegated organizations as well as smaller delegated entities and determine how to most efficiently and effectively oversee these entities based upon compliance and safety risks within the aviation system.

The incumbentperforms other duties as assigned.

Relocation Authorized

  • Yes
  • Permanent Change of Station (PCS) - U.S. Citizens: A fixed relocation payment of $10,000 will be paid to new hires to Federal service and student trainees; and a fixed relocation payment of $27,000 will be paid to employees with status.
Job Requirements
Additional Information
How to Apply
Required Documents

Department Of Transportation

Federal Aviation Administration

Contact

Olivia Chang
Phone: (425) 227-1766

Address

Federal Aviation Administration
Northwest Mountain Region
1601 Lind Avenue SW
Renton
WA
US
Fax: (425) 227-2199

Note: We cannot accept applications on behalf of Federal Agencies. Application instructions are listed within the Job Description.


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