Employment

“A career with the Forest Service, caring for the land and serving people, is very rewarding. Our temporary hiring program allows individuals to get real world experience working alongside resource professionals. The Eastern Region of the Forest Service is a wonderful and geographically, socially and ecologically complex area that offers many exciting opportunities,” said Eastern Regional Forester Kathleen Atkinsons.

The Forest Service as a whole hires more than 30,000 permanent employees to serve in professional, technical and administrative positions. Learn more about jobs in the Forest Service.

  • For more information and to apply for Forest Service jobs please visit www.usajobs.gov
  • To learn more about the federal application process click here.
  • To learn more about Forest Service careers click here.

CURRENT/UPCOMING OPENINGS:

OUTREACH NOTICES:

VOLUNTEERING:


Volunteer opportunities are available for several projects on the forest. We would like to hear from you! Please call 218-335-8600 for more information on volunteering on the Chippewa National Forest.  more...


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