Anchorage International Airport (ANC) is Alaska’s largest and busiest airport. Wildlife Services provides ANC and neighboring Lake Hood Seaplane Base with a 24/7 wildlife hazard management program designed to reduce wildlife hazards to aircraft. ANC offers a unique aspect to airport wildlife damage, where Specialists deal with a diverse population of wildlife from moose and bears to gulls and waterfowl. A team of four Specialists operate independently on twelve hour shifts, typically working three days one week and four the next. Specialists are required to patrol the airport grounds, operate around aircraft, and communicate with the Air Traffic Control Tower via radio. Specialists are responsible for housing, and transportation to and from the project.
Please submit a resume to Spencer.W.Atkinson@usda.gov by COB March 1, 2021 to be considered for the position.