Current Job Opportunities on the Prescott National Forest

The Prescott National Forest accomplishes its mission of caring for the land and serving people with about 120 full-time employees, 50 temporary employees, and workers from other special employment and volunteer programs. 

Job duties vary widely and there are opportunities for people with different types of skills and abilities, ranging from the physically challenging job of fighting fires to office jobs that are mostly-sedentary.  

Some jobs require scientific knowledge such as: wildlife biology, archeology, hydrology, geology, and ecology.  Other positions just require a spirit of cooperation and a willingness and ability to learn on-the-job.



Current Job Openings and Outreach Notices

GS-9 Helitack Crew Leader: Apply by July 16, 2021 for this permanent position at the Prescott Fire Center.

AZ Conservation Crew Leaders and Members: 450-hour paid internship opportunities.  Apply now.




About Forest Service Jobs

Federal hiring FAQs, disability employment, benefits, tips for applying for a job, and more can be found at: About Forest Service Careers. For information on firefighting jobs, please visit the Forest Service's national fire employment webpage


How to Apply


What jobs are open?

Visit the US Forest Service Outreach Database to see what jobs are open on the Prescott National Forest and around the nation.


Veterans' Employment

A New Front Line is a video that encourages veterans to consider pursuing careers in wildland fire.