Below is the active USAJobs RSS feed of all Forest Service jobs open on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The data is pulled directly from the USAJobs web site. The data may contain errors, omissions and/or typographical mistakes.
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The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest will fill permanant and temporary positions through USAJobs website. Create a profile in USAJobs with your resume and other requested documents to be eligible. Your work experience and education will determine the GS pay level you qualify for when hired. Job announcements will be posted on USAJobs when positions are being filled. Applicants can request to be notified of openings in the job series and locations they are interested in when setting up their profiles in USAJobs.
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Since 1905, U.S. Forest Service employees have been operating under the philosophy initiated by the first Chief of the Forest Service, Gifford Pinchot, who believed in "the greatest good for the greatest number in the long run." Forest Service careers provide exciting and challenging opportunities to be involved in the management and protection more than 193 million acres of our nation’s most magnificent lands.
The Forest Service has a wide breadth of career fields, appealing to both outdoor and indoor enthusiasts alike. Many short-term seasonal opportunities are also available. Below are examples of the many career areas available with the Forest Service:
The Forest Service's nationwide Job Outreach Board lists upcoming positions that have not yet been advertised to the USAJobs site. It includes filter options to help viewers narrow their search factors. Motivated job seekers are encouraged to email hiring managers directly to express their strong interest.