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1009 Fair River Court, Arlington, VA 22192
C: 220-220-2222 / H: 220-220-2222
Veteran Preference: 10 Points, VEOA, VRA Top Secret Security Clearance [SCI-YYYY]
“Protecting the National Economy, the Citizens, and the Country’s Infrastructure”
ccomplished leader in the application of methodology and direction of programs supporting Aviation
Training, Operations, Management, and Standardization; offering 31 years of progressive experience
facilitating the analysis of operating practices and procedures designed to improve operational safety,
economic feasibility and program effectiveness for aviation organizations in both international and domestic
Aviation Program Management – Mission Operations, Professional Training, Maintenance, Standardization
Resource Allocation – Personnel Management, Equipment Utilization, Technical Support, Logistics, Budgets
Compliance – Assessment, Inspections, Policies, Procedures, Regulations, Quality Control, Investigations
Leadership – Staff / Team Development, Collaboration, Diplomacy, Vision, Values, Goals, Objectives
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Foreign / Domestic Policy
Aviation Safety Presentations / Speaking
Internal / External Relations Team Building / Motivation Instruction / Facilitation
Analysis / Strategic Planning Emergency Response / Planning Program Administration
Special Operations / Tactics Process Development / Integration Resource Procurement
Regulatory Compliance Long / Short Range Planning Conflict Resolution
U.S. Department of the Special Interests Hours: 40
2010 S. Fairfield Drive, MG-5544 Salary: (GS-14) $113,000 Annual
Riverside, NM 98899-1998 Supervisor: Assistant Director Randy Causer / (202) 208-1050
Coordinate and implement the U.S. Department of the Special Interests Air Control Program by providing
leadership and guidance to nine Regional Directors for aviation operations, management, policies and
procedures in support of the service mission to effectively manage aviation resources.
Member of the Department of the Special Interests Board of Directors charged with the development and
implementation of aviation policies, management systems, and directives to promulgate policy and standards.
Serve as authority on aspects of aviation including budget development and execution (expenditure of
the Service’s $17.5 million aviation budget); the Aviation Safety Program, aircraft operating
procedures, pilot training programs, and aircraft certification.
Manage a multi-year, $16 million aircraft procurement initiative; analyze aviation operational data
and prepare annual reports outlining operating costs for executives within the service and the
Department of the Special Interests.
Ensure the safe, efficient, and effective operation of over 75 aircraft throughout the region via the
implementation and maintenance of the Aviation Quality Assurance Program.
Assess the effectiveness of operations, training and certification programs using “best business
practices” through the development, standardization and implementation of Standard Operating
Procedures, compliance inspections, and staff assistance.
Facilitate the utilization of fixed and rotary wing aircraft to support geographical surveys, aerial
photography, radio telemetry, fire reconnaissance, fire fighting, search and rescue, and law enforcement
operations with civil, state, and federal agency representatives.
Conduct analysis of scientific, technological and economic factors as relate to the sustainment and
advancement of aviation operations.