Responsible for monitoring wildlife activities and habitat management efforts while developing and implementing training programs and wildlife prevention measures in compliance with federal, state and local regulatory requirements.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Maintains and manages the Airports Wildlife Hazard Management Plan.
2. Mitigates and eliminates hazardous wildlife and wildlife habitats on airport property and surrounding areas.
3. Evaluates and recommend preventative measures or actions to measurably control and contain the risk of wildlife strikes.
4. Traps, records, on zips, releases, and catalog plants, insects, birds, and mammals in accordance with regulatory guidelines.
5. Conducts inspections or audits as part of the scheduled Wildlife Hazard Management Plan.
6. Prepares daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports to management and regulatory agencies.
7. Under FAA guidelines, recommends and implements training programs associates with wildlife control and habitat management.
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 assessments or wildlife hazard mitigation 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
Internal Number: 2020-26862-HFE
About Dallas Love Field - City of Dallas
The City of Dallas owns and operates Dallas Love Field, one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world. The airfield is located seven miles northwest of the downtown central business district and is managed by the City's Department of Aviation.
Dallas Love Field provides the best that can be offered in a convenient, efficient airport, serving both commercial airline and corporate user needs. Located in the heart of Dallas, Herb Kelleher Way (formerly Cedar Springs Road) at Mockingbird, the airfield is 20 minutes from the Downtown Convention Center, West End, Infomart, and the Dallas Market Center.
Love Field is self-supported through reasonable user fees and charges, with no cost to the taxpayer. Activities at Love Field generate funds that contribute to the local tax base. The airport serves another important function in the community as an essential employer and service provider to the businesses and citizens of Dallas.
Love Field is fully equipped with all of the necessary aeronautical lighting, airport marking and air navigation radio aids to ensure its accessibility to aircraft even under highly adverse weather conditions. Its long parallel runways are enhanc...ed with state of the art visual approach lighting aids and four instrument landing systems. Love Field also has a crosswind runway. Other features include surveillance radar services, a windshear warning system and an FAA air traffic control tower that provides services 24 hours a day.
Seven full service fixed base operators (FBOs) at Love Field provide general aviation users with a wide variety of services including fuel, maintenance, hangar rentals, and charters. FBOs at Love Field are well equipped to handle executive needs providing first class amenities such as meeting rooms, car rentals, limousine service and restaurants. Love Field is served by Southwest Airlines, Virgin America Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Alaska Airlines.
Love Field serves as the front door to Dallas for seven million passengers a year providing a vital link in the economy of the City of Dallas, the region and the nation.