Experience in wildlife management or wildlife biology highly desired. Experience in performing inspections on fences and buildings to find birds' nest and informing tenants on methodology for proper removal; collecting specimen for bird strike analysis; and complying with Wildlife Hazard Assessment and FAA Part 139 requirements preferred. Will work with Airport Operations, Texas Wildlife Fish and Game, and United States Department of Agriculture.
Applications accepted: 6/10 – 6/23/18.
Bachelor's degree in Biology, Zoology, Ecology, Life Sciences, Agriculture, Wildlife Management, Wildlife Biology, Wildlife Technology, aviation management, air traffic control aviation technology or related fields.
Two (2) years of experience in aviation or wildlife mitigations programs
Bachelor's or higher in a non-stated field plus (4) years of the specified experience will meet the education and experience requirements
Master's or higher in a stated field will meet the education and experience requirements
Certified Wildlife Biologist plus two (2) years of the specified experience will meet the education and experience requirements
Subject to 24 hour/weekend callout in response to HAZMAT spills
About City of Dallas, Department of Aviation
The City of Dallas owns and operates Dallas Love Field, one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world. Love Field has a unique balance of commercial air service and general aviation operations. Love Field is proud to be the corporate headquarters for Southwest Airlines, six full service FBOs, and multiple corporate aviation facilities. The Department of Aviation employs a staff of approximately 120, and operates three aviation facilities: Love Field, Dallas Executive Airport (general aviation), and the downtown heliport. For additional information on Love Field, please visit our website: www.dallas-lovefield.com