•Analyzes requirements for aviation instrument approaches and improvements to navigational aids. •Conducts and participates in Airport Development and Planning meetings; drives or travels as required. •Conducts Program Development Meetings with sponsors to identify requirements, exchange information and keep informed on the status of projects. •Evaluates consultant performance for contractual compliance. •Oversees planning studies to include feasibility studies, master plans and environmental assessments or constraints identification. •Oversees selected improvement planning projects. •Performs hazard zoning studies and prepares related reporting packages. •Reviews and evaluates plans and related documents to ensure compliance with applicable state or federal requirements and conformance to acceptable professional standards. •Reviews and prepares correspondence, reports, studies, gives briefings and makes presentations regarding program activities. •Reviews, evaluates and responds to requests from sponsors for state and federal improvement funds. •Visits assigned areas to participate in planning program development and implementation.
Bachelor's Degree in Transportation Planning, Urban Planning, Engineering, Business Admin or related field.
5 years in Planning, Research or legislative analysis-related activites (experience can be satisfied by full-time or prorated par-time equivalent)