This position does not require a clearance.
Summary: The Aeronautical Technician is responsible for analyzing source documents, converting worldwide aeronautical data into digital and graphic formats for use in DoD flight operations in accordance with product specifications. Products include both enroute charts and terminal procedures.
Required Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in a technical, aviation, geographic information systems, another related field of study; or equivalent relevant experience in a related career field to include Air Traffic Control.
Desired Knowledge and Skills:
Possess a working knowledge of international aeronautical and flight procedure practices.
Experience with air navigation, pilot’s license, air traffic control, or aviation industry experience.
Posses an in-depth understanding of aviation terminal environment operations.
Experience in production or use of instrument approach procedures (IAP), standard instrument departures (SID), standard terminals arrival routes (STAR), and enroute charts.
Ability to coordinate with a team to ensure compliance with product specification.
Demonstrated computer proficiency.
Ability to review the work of others to confirm compliance with specifications.
Ability to review source data and request clarification of source and specification issues as identified.
Understanding the implementation of conventional navigation aids and area navigation procedures.
Experience in computer-aided design (CAD) software to include Bentley MicroStation or MDA Graphic Terminal Operations (GTO) software.