How can I work for the FAA?
- Be a United States citizen.
- Be age 30 or under (on the closing date of the application period)
- Pass a medical examination.
- Pass a security investigation.
- Pass the FAA air traffic pre-employment test.
- Speak English clearly enough to be understood over communications equipment.
Who works for the FAA?
Federal Aviation Administration
|Annual budget||US$15.956 billion (FY2010)|
|Agency executive||Stephen Dickson, Administrator Daniel Elwell, Deputy Administrator|
|Parent agency||U.S. Department of Transportation|
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What qualifications do I need to work in an airport?
Custodians or maintenance workers are responsible for the upkeep of the airport and are generally great entry level positions. Some security positions with the TSA only require you to pass a background check, have a high school diploma and be a US citizen of at least 18 years of age.
Is the FAA a good place to work?
“FAA is a good place to work usuallyall government offices have a lot of bureaucracy.” Federal Employees have great job security. Most projects that aren’t understaffed and overworked are very flexible with when you take time off. At least 50% of the people you work with aren’t worth what they are paid either.