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Posted by: Garmin International on May 24, 2024


Olathe , KS

Job Description:


We are seeking a full-time Aeronautical Data Analyst in our Olathe, KS location. In this role, you will be responsible for the attribution, processing, and maintenance of aeronautical data and participating in the evaluation of aeronautical data and execution of Quality Assurance processes on aeronautical data. This position can sit in our St. Louis, MO or Olathe, KS office.
Essential Functions
Edit, manipulate and maintain aeronautical data using custom and 3rd party softwareEnsure application of appropriate aeronautical specifications to the data/productsHelp evaluate/process database updates according to established methodologyIdentify/resolve basic issues or risks using proper aeronautical data capture techniquesConduct testing/evaluation of Garmin aeronautical data productsPerform established operations for quality assurance and execute tasks as directed by Team Leader or mentorDemonstrate fundamental understanding of Garmin's Aeronautical Data development processDemonstrate ability to work in a collaborative team environment to achieve goalsDemonstrate ability to use production toolsContribute/suggest ideas on continuous improvement freely and positivelyDemonstrate understanding of the importance of thoroughly documenting work in an organized mannerDemonstrate ability to learn, understand and apply established or new processes with the ability to provide input related to processes/projectsDemonstrate ability to recognize/process multiple source types; translate/culminate necessary information for tasks within standard frameworkIncorporate field knowledge within documented standards framework to identify and creatively solve problemsMaintain/utilize knowledge of industry standards as basis for accurate and dependable data input and manipulationPeriodic over-time, holiday, and weekend work may be necessaryData Collection Team:
Input or update, perform a QC process on, and maintain the features in the National Airspace System Resources (NASR) databaseMaintain a working knowledge of the functionality of the National Airspace System (NAS), to include the direct correlation in support of Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and on-board Flight Management Systems (FMS)Maintain a working knowledge of the development, review and analysis of airspace structure to include new design processes and proceduresProduction Team:
Acquire/maintain DO-200A associate qualifications according to applicable sections of the Personnel Qualification ManualAcquire and maintain DO-200A initial and follow-on training requirements according to applicable sections of the Training PlanInsert, update, and delete records in AeroNavData's DO-200A qualified databaseProcess aeronautical source from the Standard and Non-Standard Aeronautical Information Publications (AIPs) listed in the Data Source ManualAcquire a basic understanding of the ARINC 424 specificationsInterface with NFDC and AeroNav Products associates via e-mail or phone when directedInterface with Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) via e-mail or phone when directedUse and understand database queries written for our Microsoft SQL Server database using the Structured Query Language (SQL) Basic Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree in aviation OR private pilot rating OR minimum of 1 year experience performing a role substantially similar to the essential functions of this job description that would allow the associate to complete the essential functions of the Aeronautical Analyst positionExcellent academics (cumulative GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 as a general rule)Demonstrate a basic working knowledge and understanding of aeronautical charting principles relevant to GARMIN's business needsDemonstrates industry standards knowledgeDemonstrate great typing skills, familiarity and proficiency with PC applications and Windows Operating System (OS), and the ability to learn new software programs quicklyMust be detail-oriented with the ability to work proactively/effectively with minimal supervision and demonstrate ability to prioritize/multi-task in a flexible, fast paced, and challenging environmentDemonstrate good interpersonal and technical communication skillsDemonstrate ability to work and thrive in a technical environmentDemonstrate ability to complete well defined basic tasksDesired Qualifications
Previous work experience as a TERPS Specialist or aeronautical information specialistPrivate pilot license with instrument ratingDemonstrate an understanding of instrument flight rules, instrument procedures, and the United States National Airspace SystemDatabase skills and SQL knowledgeFamiliarity with Cartography, GIS principles and methodologiesBilingual skills
Garmin International is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran's status, age or disability.

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