Base salary is $140,400-$197,600 per year. Salary will be set within the range based on qualifications and experience. Locality pay will be added to the base salary for a total maximum salary of $212,100.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: EXE-ARP-23-1-81580
The FAA seeks an innovative change agent with substantial experience in national airport policy. The Deputy Associate Administrator for Airports is responsible for ensuring a safe and efficient system of airports, the adequacy of substantive aspects of the FAA rulemaking actions relating to certification of airports, the administration of airport grant programs, environmental and social requirements and compliance-related policies. The incumbent oversees a budget of approximately $7B and provides Executive direction to a geographically dispersed workforce of approximately 600 employees to include 14 Executives and approximately 67 senior employees. HOW TO APPLY: This is a federal government position. Applicants MUST apply via USAJOBs by 2/8/23. Go to https://www.usajobs.gov/job/696082500 and follow all application directions. SALARY: Base: $140,400-$197,600. Locality pay will be added for a maximum salary of $212,100. CONTACT: Mark Bosch at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kimberly Brooks at email@example.com with questions.
The Deputy Associate Administrator for Airports reports to a political appointee and:
Formulates and articulates the strategic vision for the organization in alignment with the agencies strategic direction and utilizes technical and personnel resources to efficiently and effectively accomplish the strategic plan. Ensures a viable planning structure and system of priorities are in place to meet the Office of Airports (ARP) requirements and objectives.
Directs FAA planning and execution of programs emphasizing the safety, security, capacity, efficiency, fiscal responsibility and economic and environmental sustainability, with due consideration of state and local government priorities as well as the rights of private landowners and commercial stakeholders.
Oversees broad, emerging, and critical large-scale airport-related programs, initiatives and/or special studies per legislative, Presidential, and/or Department priorities; recommends legislative changes or systemic changes in regulations that ensure aviation safety and promote an efficient aerospace system.
Directs program evaluation to determine the degree to which ARP effectively responds to expanding program requirements, emerging and evolving airport technologies, airport infrastructure systems, environmental laws and regulations, and funding alignment.
Maintains close and continuing contact with representatives of Congress, national military services, other Federal agencies, state and local governments, the aviation industry, airport sponsors, airport management, and various other domestic and foreign public and private organizations concerned with airport planning, programming, management, standards and operations to present and defend Department of Transportation/FAA positions on airport related matters.