The Chequamegon-Nicolet Natioanl Forest offers a variety of employment opportunities ranging from part-time to full-time to volunteer positions. The Forest Service as a whole hires more than 30,000 permanent employees to serve in professional, technical and administrative positions. Learn more.
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is currently seeking qualified applicants to fill a variety of temporary (not to exceed 1,039 hours) full-time positions for the 2015 summer season. A wide variety of jobs are available. Length of season and number of positions will depend upon budget. Find out more here.
The Chequamegon-Nicolet, Allegheny, Chippewa, Hiawatha, Huron-Manistee, Ottawa, Superior and White Mountain National Forests and Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie are seeking are seeking qualified applicants to fill temporary full-time positions for the 2015 summer season. To see current opportunities, CLICK HERE.
For a searchable list of job opportunities with the U.S. Forest Service in Wisconsin and the Eastern Region, please visit Region 9 - Current Job Openings site.
For more information and to apply for Forest Service jobs please visit www.usajobs.gov.
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HistoriCoprs seeking veterans for summer project on CNNF’s Forest Lodge
The 2015 Veterans HistoriCorps® participants will help save America’s historic places while learning a conservation ethic and gaining technical knowledge and hands-on experience, preparing themselves for a gratifying career in the rapidly growing field of building preservation and rehabilitation.
This year, HistoriCorps plans to continue its work on the Forest Lodge greenhouse and potting shed during two work sessions June 21 – Juy 11, 2015. Find out more here:
To find out more check out the HistoriCorps website at: http://historicorps.org/forest-lodge-greenhouse/
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