GDIT is actively pursuing a large opportunity requiring a broad range of skills and educational backgrounds in Business, Engineering, Software, Technicians, Environmental, Safety and other specialized skills. The work includes over 1,000 positions with locations through the United States working on the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Airspace System (NAS). If awarded, GDIT will provide planning, integration and implementation services of systems, subsystems for the FAA at hundreds of FAA facilities, airports, etc.
GDIT is seeking truly knowledgeable talent that understand business lifecycle, and implementation of aviation-unique and nonavation systems, and are highly skilled in their technical execution. All candidates must be able to obtain Public Trust clearance (basic background check). US Citizen or Permanent Residency strongly preferred. Active roles we are recruiting for are listed below:
1) Program Support: Program/Business Analyst, Scheduler, Quality Management, Training Specialist, Project Admin
Conducts research, evaluations and studies and presents recommendations for short and long-term program planning requirements. Classifies and summarizes data for recurring reports and that includes planning, scheduling, and metrics reports. Provides coordination assistance for regional and headquarters’ organizations including monitoring/tracking of programs. Training Specialist assist in procurement, analysis, design, development, delivery, and evaluation of management and general training and training for new and existing equipment and systems. Activites include coordinating training requirements with the FAA Academy, regions, and headquarters. Project Administrator provides planning, scheduling, coordination and administrative assistance for FAA and contractor organizations. Provides direct support in the management of personnel, financial, operations, and technical aspects of programs and projects.
2) Systems Support: Systems Engineer, Systems Analysts, Systems Planner
Systems Engineers/Analystics provide a comprehensive review and analysis definition of all aspects of system development from analysis of mission needs to verification of system performance. Track and monitor requirements from specifications to test and implementation. Performs evaluation of alternatives and an assessment of risks, schedules and costs. Planner and Analyst positions include providing planning services for multiple programs and projects simultaneiously. The planning expertise required will affect the design, construction, safety, installation, implementation, management, and efficiency. Plans can include equipment layout plans, transition plans, strategic plans, master plans, interface plans, management plans, financial plans, and program and project plans.
3) Automation Support: Database Mgr, Info Specialist, LAN/WAN Admin, Computer Systems engineer
Automation Support positions include Database Manager with expertise in design, review and maintenance of data base systems (e.g., Oracle and MS Access). Information Specialist compiles, arranges, archives and retrievs customer, project or program information. LAN/WAN Administrator has expertise in configuring, installing, upgrading and trouble shooting in a PC LAN environment, or in a WAN environment. Expertise includes PC hardware and software, network hardware (file server, NIC, cabling), and network operating systems. Computer Systems Engineer performs system-engineering functions with respect to computer functional allocations, software development, hardware integration, and reliability, maintainability, and availability (RMA). Also provides expertise in real-time automation systems.
4) Engineering: Electrical (Including Power), Civil, Mechanical, Communications Engineers, Environmental Engineers
All engineering positions require bachelor’s degree in the appropriate engineering specialty from an accredited college or university. Experience on FAA or aviations systems or facilities is a plus.
Electrical/Electronics engineers will provide engineering and design support in various specializations include: radar, navigation aids, communications, Power switching & conditioning, weather systems and automation. They will contribute to the modernization of complex electrical, electronics and visual aids system, or have knowledge of building codes. Civil engineers create and review designs for modernization or expansion of FAA facilities. Assess structural designs, construction techniques, monitor construction scheduling, hazardous materials handling and conduct tests and studies. Mechanical Engineers provide engineering and design support for building plumbing/ piping systems, HVAC systems, chillers, cooling towers, engine generators, elevators, pneumatic and electronic control systems, waste treatment systems and environmental control systems. Communications Engineers will work on state-of-the-art and legacy systems performing design reviews, transition, integration, and implementation of voice and voice switching network communications systems. Positions support spectrum analysis. Environmental Engineers apply expertise in environmental aspects of facilities and systems for controlling pollution and protecting quality of resources and the environment, and applying Federal and state environmental laws.
5) ATC Services Support: Air Traffic Control Specialist, UAS ATC specialists, UAS Operators, ATC PBN Analyst, Surveillance/radars
Most ATC Positions require certified full-performance level Air Traffic Controller (ATC) in either a civilian or military environment. Provide support to various ATC Centers, TRACONS, Towers, and Headquarters and Regional offices. Provide ATC knowledge to the development of site implementation and transition planning for National and Regional, Facilities and Equipment, Capital Investment Plan projects. PBN positions include researching, reducing and correlation of data from multiple sources for development and analysis of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) projects and PBN reports. UAS ATC personnel will review requirements and plans for UAS airspace development and management, charts, Procedures development and coordinate reviews. Assess special events involving UAS traffic management issues.
ATC topics include: Special Use Airspace (SUA) management, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations management, Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR), procedural waiver reviews, and document change proposals.
6) Environmental Support: Environmental Engineer and EOSH Professional
Responsible for implementing Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental workplace and systems operations safety programs for FAA. Includes collecting, classifying and reports on EOSH data. Work includes researching and identifying safety requirements, developing draft safety requirements and draft plans. Executing safety programs including workplace inspections.
7) Specialty Support: Includes SME, Fire Protection
A variety of specialized labor categories will be required during the 10 years of this contract. These include and not limited to Fire Protection Engineers/professionals assessing facilities design and contruction to Fire/Life Safety considerations. Meteorologist to collect and interprete weather data and products from various FAA and NOAA data sourses. Operations Researchers analyze and measure air traffic and systems performance. Identify metrics and reports on aviation trends.
8) Integrated Logistics Support:
Integrated Logistics Specialists provide expertise planning and implementing logistics support programs for new and evolving systems, subsystems and equipment. This includes requirements formulation, preparation of logistic requirements for Request for Proposals and review/evaluation of how equipment manufacturers perform integrated logistics support. Configuration management (CM) personnel ensure policies and the appropriate control is applied to National Airspace Sytems and components on nationally and regional levels. Work including selection and use of CM tools and various support programs designed to improve communication between and increase the productivity of managers and project leads.
9) Technical Support:
Technicians, Technical Writers are required for several technical disciplines including electronics, environmental, computer networks, safety and engineering. Activities include operating and troubleshooting machinery or equipment. Provides electronic support during the installation, test, and troubleshooting of automation hardware and systems. Comptuer Network adminstration of LANs and install new systems. Support planning, maintenance and documentation of systems and subsystems performance. Technical Writers will edit wide range of Program/project reports, briefings, technical reports, operational and training manuals.