Sun on Water with a little FogAre you ready to make a difference? A career with the Forest Service is a chance to work for nature and leave a lasting impact. Put your skills to work toward a career that matters! In a world of options, why choose a career with the US Forest Service?! A Forest Service Career means commitment to more than a job!

When you work for the Forest Service, you have a values-based, purpose-driven, relationship-focused career that is dedicated to the mission of caring for the land and serving people! It doesn't matter if your duties include hydrology or human resources, public affairs, forestry or finance or fire -- EVERY employee is part of an excellent team working toward common goals! This is Who We Are

So no matter what your field of interest, consider working with us! Call our office today for more information.

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Available Positions On the Allegheny National Forest

  • Forest Service employees around a sugar maple tree

    The Forest Service employs individuals from diverse social and academic backgrounds into a full range of career fields and positions. More information about permanent positions coming soon!

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    Looking for an entry level position with the Forest Service? Check out these hiring events from all across the country. Hiring events take place throughout the year and the Forest Service often partners with large national conventions.

    To receive information about upcoming hiring events and webinars, please subscribe to the Forest Service Job Seeker Emails.


Benefits and Pay

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Resources for Military Veterans

Military veterans account for 12 percent of our workforce. We use several hiring authorities to help our men and women in uniform gain employment such as:

This is Who We Are

Please take time to watch Chief Vicki Christiansen in This is Who We Are, a video about the mission and values of the U.S. Forest Service.


  • Women - Leaders of the Allegheny

    Nancy Tilghman Herbert stands in a forest. She is using equipment to record data.

    Over its first 100 years, the Allegheny National Forest (ANF) has employed hundreds of women, who have occupied roles in every discipline on the Forest, from timber markers to biological technicians, engineers, public affairs officers, district rangers and forest supervisors. Women have played a vital role in the success of the ANF’s first century of service.


Faces of the Forest

Find out about some of the many employees on the Allegheny National Forest, what they do and what brought them to the Forest Service.

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