Jobs on the Wayne
The Wayne National Forest employs 76 people in a variety of professional, administrative, technical, and clerical positions.
Job applications are not accepted unless a position is advertised on the Office of Personnel Management web site at http://www.usajobs.gov.
The easiest way to search is to go to job openings, click on Agency (USDA Forest Service) and if you are interested specifically in the Wayne National Forest, query for the geographic area: Ohio.
When a vacancy announcement is listed, you should review the area of consideration, the major duties, and instructions on how to apply to ensure you meet the established criteria.
If you are specifically interested in a National Forest job, you may also want to check the http://www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs website. Some open continuous recruitment jobs may not be placed on both sites.
Jobs in the Eastern Region are also listed under USDA Forest Service Eastern Region-Current Job Openings
When jobs are posted below, some positions are listed as "outreaches". This is an early solicitation for people interested in a particular job. Note that some jobs are open only to people who are already government employees. The temporary or seasonal jobs are subject to the availability of funds. There are several outreaches which will be done at the Regional Office level with two open periods. The next round of outreaches will be open approximately February 1-5, 2016. These outreaches are for the entire region and the Wayne National Forest may only hire from a portion of these positions.
GS-0401-12, Biological Scientist
GS-0460-11 Supervisory Forester/TMA
Tips on applying for jobs are found in this document.
Apply for summer jobs in the Eastern Region!
Information on programs for students and recent graduates can be found at http://www.usajobs.gov/studentsandgrads. Or by calling the Wayne National Forest Supervisor's Office, Attn: Administrative Officer, 13700 U.S. Highway 33, Nelsonville, Ohio 45764.
Most summers the Wayne National Forest employs some high school youth (15-18 years of age) through the Youth Conservation Corps program. The application must be turned in to the Nelsonville office each spring.
For more information contact us.