A Taste of Forest Service Life
The Forest Service offers 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. Due to the seasonal nature of many of the responsibilities of the Forest Service, such as wildfire fighting and seasonal recreation programs, many temporary workers are required.
Temporary employees have a very special place within the Forest Service. After all, most Forest Service career employees started out in temporary positions. Seeking a temporary or seasonal job with the Forest Service is a great way to learn about different opportunities so you can make the best match. It's also a great way to meet people within the organization and hone your skills so you'll be well prepared for a permanent position, should you choose to pursue one.
Learn more about the types of permanent positions currently available with the Forest Service.
Learn more about the types of temporary positions currently available with the Forest Service.
Learn more about positions in the Forest Service directly tied to the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA).
Learn more about the types of Region 5 Centralized Permanent Fire Positions currently available with the Forest Service.
Learn more about the types of Permanent Open Continuous Vacancy Announcements currently available with the Forest Service. If you would like to view locations of Permanent Open Continuous Vacancy Announcements for Bargaining Unit Status Position please click here.
Learn more about the Forest Service Job Corps opportunities currently available.
Learn more about Avue Digital Services, an on-line applicant assessment system used to apply to a majority of Forest Service vacancy announcements.