Forest Service Outreach Notices
Current and Upcoming Forest Service Job Opportunities - Information about current and future jobs in the U.S. Forest Service. We offer positions for both permanent and temporary employees. Permanent positions are for full-time employees and provide a flexible range of Federal government benefits. Temporary positions are for part-time or seasonal employees and provide benefits that vary with the position and the location.
2014 Seasonal Positions (1039 hires)
The Umpqua National Forest is filling seasonal positions in 2014. All positions will be filled through USAJobs web site. You must complete an application in USAJobs in order to be eligible. Resumes will not be accepted at our offices in lieu of applying through USAJobs. Your work experience and education will determine which GS pay level you qualify when hired. For positions at Diamond Lake or Toketee, you must mark "Idleyld Park" as the duty station in USAJobs.
2014 Seasonal Non-fire Positions (568 KB PDF) - Updated 03/17/2014
2014 Seasonal Fire Positions (447 KB PDF)
2014 Pathways Program (student hires)
The Umpqua National Forest has opportunities for part-time and full-time work for enrolled college and high school students through the PATHWAYS Program. All positions will be filled through the USAJobs web site. For positions listing multiple pay grades, your work experience and education will determine which GS level you qualify for as a student hire.
Like most federal workers, USDA Forest Service employees are paid on the General Schedule (GS) pay plan. (MORE)
Forest Service employees enjoy a flexible range of benefits in working for the federal government. (MORE)
Volunteers are the heartbeat of the Forest Service. The types of work a volunteer can perform are many and varied. (MORE)