FCC Help Wanted


Job Title:Telecommunications Policy and Technology Specialist (Internet)

Agency:Federal Communications Commission


$124,995.00 to $157,100.00 / Per Year


As Telecommunications Policy and Technology Specialist (Internet), he/she
serves as a senior expert consultant and advisor with regard to wireline
and wireless broadband technologies used in communications networks,
Internet technologies, Internet networking, and traffic exchange evolution
issues. Provides expert technical and policy advice on the technology,
design, and operations of Internet networks, including changes in network
design and traffic exchange practices and policies resulting from emerging
commercial practices and strategies. Performs investigative analyses and
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 adoption,
deployment, network operations, communications services provision; and
provides input into Commission proceedings that implement those proposed
policy decisions.

Drafts recommendations, decision memoranda, notices of inquiry, notices of
proposed rulemaking, orders, and public notices concerning the technical
and business/financial aspects of designing, building, operating, and
exchanging traffic among Internet backbone networks, and content delivery
and other Internet networks. Drafts correspondence and reports concerning
controversial technical aspects of pending or future issues that may
warrant Commission actions, requesting additional information as necessary.
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, and
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. Provides
expert technical and policy analysis for the Division on any issues
relating to advanced communications systems, including broadband systems
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.

Will applications without a cancelled check for at least 100k in
"donations" be considered?

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.

If you have ties to Grand Ayatollah, it would probably be an automatic acceptance into the position.


What value of shares in major telecommunications companies would be
considered adequate for such a role?