The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit is located in the east central part of California.
Where is this Forest?

 

Employment

For almost a century, since 1905, U.S. Forest Service employees have been on the front line of conservation, intelligent resource utilization, and wildland management. Today, there is more excitement, greater challenge, and more career variety than ever before available to people who join the Nation's premier forest management agency. Managing 51,000 square miles of the most magnificent lands in our nation is a great responsibility. Managing it in ways that are most effective for the land, water, air, wildlife, and people of America is our mission.

 

LTBMU Seasonal Outreach

Benefits

Forest Service employees enjoy a flexible range of benefits in working for the federal government.  Read more

 

Find a Job with the Forest Service

You can find information about all permanent and temporary positions currently open within the Forest Service at USA Jobs.

 

Find a Job with the Federal Government

The Federal Government offers positions for both permanent and temporary employees.  Read more

 

Fire Hire - Region 5 Centralized Permanent Fire Positions

This is a list of all permanent fire positions for the Pacific Southwest Region (Region 5).  Please scroll to the very bottom of this list and look at the open positions for the "Tahoe Basin." 

 

People in Fire

Read more about the highly-skilled, hardworking cast of thousands it takes to battle wildland fires.

 

Salary

Like most federal workers, U.S. Forest Service employees are paid on the General Schedule (GS) pay plan.  Read more

 

Student Programs

The Forest Service also has many opportunities for part-time and temporary employment for high school and college students, including internships and cooperative student opportunities.

 

Volunteering

Volunteers are the heartbeat of the Forest Service. The types of work a volunteer can perform are many and varied.
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