Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has a job going.
They are looking for a “Airport Wildlife Biologist.” It pays well – around $90K a year in New Zealand dollars. Your job? To shoot any wildlife that might put aircraft at risk.
But before you either laugh or protest, just remember this can be a matter of life and death.
According to the FAA:
“During the past century, wildlife-aircraft strikes have resulted in the loss of hundreds of lives worldwide, as well as billions of dollars in aircraft damage. The FAA maintains a comprehensive program to address wildlife hazards. Through policy and guidance, research and outreach, we strive to stay ahead of the issue.”
This job would get you pretty up close and personal with aircraft at one of the world’s busiest airports, the downside is you have to take care of any wildlife that could put air travelers in danger.
Want to apply? Here’s the link!