FCC Help Wanted
kmedcalf at dessus.com
Mon Sep 1 20:24:40 UTC 2014
Of couse such applications will be accepted. However, applicants are warned that failure to include a donation will require alternate verification of the requisite lack of morals and ethics.
>Will applications without a cancelled check for at least 100k in
>"donations" be considered?
>On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 3:19 AM, Joly MacFie <joly at punkcast.com> wrote:
>> Job Title:Telecommunications Policy and Technology Specialist
>> Agency:Federal Communications Commission
>> SALARY RANGE:
>> $124,995.00 to $157,100.00 / Per Year
>> As Telecommunications Policy and Technology Specialist (Internet),
>> serves as a senior expert consultant and advisor with regard to
>> and wireless broadband technologies used in communications networks,
>> Internet technologies, Internet networking, and traffic exchange
>> issues. Provides expert technical and policy advice on the technology,
>> design, and operations of Internet networks, including changes in
>> design and traffic exchange practices and policies resulting from
>> commercial practices and strategies. Performs investigative analyses
>> original research with respect to critical and unprecedented network
>> operations, service provision, traffic exchange, and content delivery
>> issues that involve emerging technologies, services, and commercial
>> incentives; evaluates technical, social, legal, institutional and other
>> related implications of proposed policy decisions on technology
>> deployment, network operations, communications services provision; and
>> provides input into Commission proceedings that implement those
>> policy decisions.
>> Drafts recommendations, decision memoranda, notices of inquiry, notices
>> proposed rulemaking, orders, and public notices concerning the
>> and business/financial aspects of designing, building, operating, and
>> exchanging traffic among Internet backbone networks, and content
>> and other Internet networks. Drafts correspondence and reports
>> controversial technical aspects of pending or future issues that may
>> warrant Commission actions, requesting additional information as
>> Initiates correspondence responsive to inquiries from the public, other
>> government agencies, other parts of the FCC, and Congress. Initiates
>> communications with the public (including service providers, trade
>> associations, and consumer groups) concerning technological, business,
>> operational issues of specific interest or concern to the Commission.
>> Provides guidance and leadership over unusually complex newly emerging
>> technical matters, including those of a precedent-setting nature.
>> expert technical and policy analysis for the Division on any issues
>> relating to advanced communications systems, including broadband
>> and the Internet, as assigned by the Division Chief or designees.
>> Facilitates decision and action on such matters by drafting briefing
>> material or rulemaking documents and by briefing the Division and/or
>> Division management on policy or action alternative issues.
>> QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
>> Specialized Experience: Applicants must have a minimum of one year of
>> specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-14 grade level in
>> Federal service.
>> For this position, specialized experience includes the following:
>> 1) Experience applying knowledge of network management and operations,
>> network architecture, Internet technologies and services, broadband
>> technologies, data communications, and communications network
>> 2) Experience in a variety of communications networks and systems
>> Internet and broadband networks;
>> 3) Experience performing investigative analyses and original research
>> respect to unprecedented network operations and service provision
>> that involve emerging technologies; and
>> 4) Experience presenting complex technical and policy information to
>> various audiences.
>> Joly MacFie 218 565 9365 Skype:punkcast
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>> VP (Admin) - ISOC-NY - http://isoc-ny.org
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