Employment

USFS ShieldThe Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest offers a variety of employment opportunities ranging from part-time to full-time to volunteer positions. 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.

Note: Some positions can be filled using Unique Hiring Paths such as Competitive Service, Veterans' Preference and Schedule A Hiring Authority. These position listing are marked "Unique Hiring Paths" below. Apply using those links if you qualify.


Current Opportunities:

All current vacancies are posted to www.usajobs.gov


Upcoming Positions:

The Forest Service conducts outreach efforts in anticipation of filling a variety of full-time positions.

The purpose of outreaching for positions is to determine the potential applicant pool for each position and to establish appropriate recruitment methods and areas of consideration (e.g. agency-wide, government-wide or Demo) for the vacancy announcement.

A list of potential vacant positions can be found in the Outreach Database.

Below is a list of upcoming positions for the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. If you are interested, please respond to the outreach through the Outreach Database. If you have quesions or if the position is not currently listed in the database please feel free to email the contact. 


YCC Opportunities:

YCC Group from the forestThe Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is recruiting young men and women, ages 15 through 18, to work, learn and earn this summer through the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program.

YCC is designed to develop an appreciation for the nation’s natural resources and heritage through unique educational, recreational, and work experiences. Corps members work together with USDA Forest Service staff to complete conservation projects such as trail rehabilitation, campground restoration, and a wide variety of resource management, visitor support services and maintenance projects.

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