Employment

A scientist sits atop a log over a beaver lodge preparing a water sample.

 

The Forest Service provides outstanding stewardship by restoring, maintaining, and interpreting our public’s cultural and natural resources. To do this we employ outstanding people in a variety of professional, administrative, technical, and clerical positions. 

Per federal law, all our hiring is done through usajobs.gov. This is the most up-to-date system for finding current openings and announcements.The best way to begin is to set up a profile and resume in USAJOBS and to search for jobs with the USDA Forest Service in New Hampshire. Refer to the Getting Started Guide for more information about how to begin your career today. 

Looking for national opportunities or information on what it's like to work for the USDA Forest Service? Find out more through the USDA Forest Service's Working With Us page. 

 

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Employment Partner: GeoCorps

The logo for the GeoCorps, a program of the Geological Society of America.

The Geological Society of America, through the GeoCorps program, strives to increase the number of geoscientists on-the-ground, contributing to the research and protection of geologic resources and developing education and outreach activities. GeoCorps provides temporary geoscience assignments on National Forests and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands across the U.S. The Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forest is a proud partner of the GeoCorps program.

Spotlights

Our Offices

Hector Ranger District

Local office contact information. 

Volunteer Opportunities

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Looking to make connections while making a contribution on the Forest?  Learn more about volunteer opportunities and who to contact to get started.




https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/gmfl/about-forest/jobs