APPLY! US Forest Service Is Hiring for 1000 Jobs in Northwest
Looking for a great job that gets you outside? The US Forest Service is now hiring over 1000 temporary positions in Oregon and Washington for the fall and applications are being taken now.
In a posting on the USDA website, the Pacific Northwest Region is looking to fill 1000 jobs that include specialties fire, timber, recreation, biological sciences, natural resources, engineering, archaeology, and visitor services.
I think the idea of being part of the visitor services is pretty awesome plus all of the other opportunities up for grabs.
Here is what is listed on the USDA Forest Service website concerning those open jobs and how you can apply for them:
The Pacific Northwest Region of the Forest Service advertises over 1000 temporary positions throughout National Forests in Oregon and Washington usually in the fall. The positions filled include specialties such as fire, timber, recreation, biological sciences, natural resources, engineering, archaeology, and visitor services. Applicants interested in these jobs can apply through www.usajobs.gov during the application window.
Employees of the Forest Service are inspired to care for more than 193 million acres of our nation’s tremendous National Forests and Grasslands. Together, we help to meet the needs of people and communities today and ensure that these natural resources remain healthy and productive for future generations. We call this the greatest good, and we’ve been united by this purpose for more than 100 years. It's a tremendous responsibility and there are many opportunities to contribute.
If these are jobs that interest you, apply today and before you know it, you could be working in the great outdoors! You can also check out the informative video below for more details on how to apply.