Aerodrome Reporting and Works Safety Officer

Avisure is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced ARO / WSO to join our Adelaide team. This role will be primarily based at a certified aerodrome north of Adelaide with the requirement to travel to other aerodromes within South Australia and interstate from time-to-time.

Finance and HR Officer

We are looking for an enthusiastic Finance and HR Officer to join our growing team. Based in our Burleigh Heads Office, with the ability to work flexibly from home, you will be reporting directly to the Avisure CEO.

Avisure farewells Vancouver International Airport

For the past nine years, Avisure has been contracted to Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Canada’s second busiest airport, to safely deliver the airport’s wildlife management program. YVR’s location on Sea Island in the Fraser River Delta make it essential for the airport to lead a comprehensive 24/7 wildlife program as the surrounding marshes, mudflats and agricultural habitats on and around the delta attract millions of shorebirds, waterfowl, and gulls each year.

Wildlife Biologist

We are looking for an enthusiastic Wildlife Biologist to join our Queensland team. You will have excellent organisational skills to support our busy team of consultants by undertaking a range of activities to assist in a variety of project administration and delivery.

Jeff follett - General Manager Avsiure Services

Spotlight On… Jeff Follett

Jeff Follett has had a different career path to the average wildlife biologist. ‘It’s certainly not been a direct line,’ he says. Born and bred in the US state of Minnesota, he completed a bachelor of science degree there majoring in fisheries and wildlife management. When he graduated, ‘everyone in my course had a hard science degree and wanted to go out and work with wildlife’, but Jeff and his wife took a different path. They joined the Peace Corps, (the American equivalent to Australia’s Volunteers Abroad program) and had a long stretch working overseas on humanitarian programs. They had two years in South America, where Jeff worked with an agricultural organisation, and worked in agroforestry.

‘Another black box recorder’

January 15 will mark the fourteenth anniversary of the ditching of US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River in New York following multiple Canada geese strikes. The story of the 2009 ‘miracle on the Hudson’ is well known. Captain Sullenberger and the flight crew’s measured actions in landing the A320 and the 155 people aboard safely with no fatalities have been widely publicised and rightly acclaimed.

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