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Summary This is a public notice of upcoming announcements for FAA Scientific, Technical, Engineering, and mathematics (STEM) positions. Positions may be announced at the FV-H through K or FG 11 through 15. Responsibilities This is a public notice of upcoming announcements for FAA Scientific, Technical, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) positions open to U.S. Citizens. This series includes positions that advise, administer, supervise, or perform research or other professional and scientific work in the investigation and applications of the relations between space, time, matter, and energy in the areas of mechanics, sound, optics, heat, electricity, magnetism, radiation, or atomic and nuclear phenomena. Requirements Conditions of Employment We are not accepting applications from noncitizens. Qualifications All positions, dependent upon grade/band levels being filled, may require some level of related specialized experience or education. Please review each announcement for specific qualifications required. Education Refer to each vacancy announcement for specific education requirements. Additional Information We may use this vacancy to fill other similar vacant positions.Position may be subject to a background investigation.A one-year probationary period may be required.The person selected for this position may be required to file a financial disclosure statement within 30 days of entry on duty. FAA policy limits certain outside employment and financial investments in aviation-related companies.This is not a bargaining unit position.Links to Important Information: Locality Pay , COLA

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A Workforce United under Safer Skies

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the organization responsible for managing our nation's busy skies. With more than a million domestic passengers and countless tons of cargo in the air every day, our mission is a far-reaching and critical one. Our nationwide workforce is dedicated to providing the American public with the safest, most efficient and environmentally responsible civil aviation systems and airspace possible.

The FAA carries a huge responsibility – from directing air traffic in and around the nation and helping ensure protection of the public during space launches, to airport safety and inspections, and standards for airport design, construction, and operation; regulating flight inspection standards and advancing satellite and navigation technology, to developing and maintaining the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen).

To accomplish all this and more, the FAA relies on the talents of a diverse group of aviation, technical and business professionals to perform a variety of hands-on functions that keep air travel moving freely and safely.