GDIT provides Engineering & Technical Services for the FAA Technical Centers Airport Technology Research & Development (ATRD) Branch for all personnel, facilities, material, and other services necessary to accomplish the Branch mission.
The Airport Technology Research and Development Branch (ATR) is tasked to conduct testing and evaluations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) detection and mitigation technologies/systems for airports. The research conducted by ATR is highly visible with evolving objectives that has a high impact to airport safety and the National Airspace System (NAS). The candidate must have a 4-year degree in airport operations, aviation management, or engineering from an accredited college or university. Qualified candidates require at least 3 to 5 years of work experience in airport operations and/or airport management related fields, with knowledge of airfield operations and experience in managing assigned projects. Candidates must also have knowledge of Unmanned Air Systems Technology and FAA Advisory Circulars in particular Part 107. Also candidate must have knowledge in logistics planning and coordination with Airports. Must have exemplary communication skills and extensive experience in writing test plans and technical reports, preparing and providing presentations to small groups of senior management, peers or to the general public.
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