Garmin Aeronautical Data Analyst 1 in St. Louis, Missouri
Garmin is an industry leader in providing cutting edge avionics as well as game-changing aviation software and databases as a service to pilots. We’re looking for an Aeronautical Data Analyst to collect, analyze and evaluate aeronautical data from worldwide data sources. Come join our team in the St. Louis, MO area, and make a difference by using your aviation background to impact our current and future aeronautical databases!\n\nIn this role, you are responsible for the attribution, processing, and maintenance of aeronautical data. You will participate in the evaluation of aeronautical data and execution of Quality Assurance processes on aeronautical data. Other essential functions include:\n\n\n\t Edit, manipulate and maintain aeronautical data using custom and 3rd party software\n\t Ensure the application of appropriate aeronautical specifications to the data and products\n\t Help evaluate and process database updates according to established methodology\n\t Identify and resolve basic issues or risks using proper aeronautical data capture techniques \n\t Conduct testing and evaluation of GARMIN aeronautical data products\n\t Perform established operations for quality assurance\n\t Demonstrate fundamental understanding of Garmin’s Aeronautical Data development process \n\t Demonstrate understanding of the importance of thoroughly documenting work in an organized manner\n\t Demonstrate ability to learn, understand and apply established or new processes with the ability to provide input related to processes/projects\n\t Demonstrate the ability to recognize and process multiple source types; translate/culminate necessary information for tasks within standard framework\n\t Incorporates field knowledge within documented standards framework to identify and creatively solve problems\n\t Maintain and utilize knowledge of industry standards as basis for accurate and dependable data input and manipulation\n\t Insert, update, and delete records in DO-200 qualified database\n\t Process aeronautical source from the Standard and Non-Standard Aeronautical Information Publications (AIPs) \n\t Acquire a basic understanding of the ARINC 424 specifications\n Qualified candidates possess a Bachelor’s degree in aviation from a four-year college or university OR instrument rated pilot, Navigator, Air Traffic Controller, Aeronautical Analyst, or Military TERPS Specialist OR 2 years’ experience performing a role substantially similar to the essential functions of this job description OR substantial demonstrated aeronautical knowledge that would allow the Associate to complete the essential functions of the Aeronautical Analyst position.\n\n\n\tDemonstrate a basic working knowledge and understanding of aeronautical charting principles relevant to GARMIN’s business needs\n\tDemonstrates industry standards knowledge\n\tDemonstrate great typing skills, familiarity and proficiency with PC applications and Windows Operating System (OS), and the ability to learn new software programs quickly\n\tMust be detail-oriented with the ability to work proactively and effectively with minimal supervision\n\tDemonstrates good interpersonal and technical communication skills \n\tDemonstrate ability to prioritize and multi-task in a flexible, fast paced, and challenging environment\n\tDemonstrate ability to work and thrive in a technical environment\n\tDemonstrate ability to complete well defined basic tasks\n\tPeriodic over-time, holiday, and weekend work may be necessary\n\n\nDesirable Qualifications:\n\n\n\tPrevious work experience as an air traffic controller, military TERPS Specialist or aeronautical information specialist \n\tPrivate pilot license with instrument rating strongly preferred\n\tDemonstrate an understanding of instrument flight rules, instrument procedures, and the United States National Airspace System\n\tFamiliarity with Cartography, GIS principles and methodologies \n\tBilingual skills \n\n\n \n\nGarmin 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.