To respond to an outreach notice, search the Forest Service Outreach Database and enter the job title and location in the search form. In the organization field, choose “09-Eastern Region, Region 9,” and then select the Hiawatha National Forest to see all available outreaches.

Outreach Database

Current Job Postings:

All federal jobs are listed on USAJobs.gov.

The Hiawatha National Forest is currently hiring a:

  • Forestry Technician (Recreation), GS-0462-05, This position has a seasonal work schedule where full0tie work is guaranteed for 13 pay periods per year and when not working, the employee is placed in non-pay/non-duty status. The positions is located in Munising or Rapid River, Michigan. To apply for this position, go to https://www.usajobs.gov/ and search Vacancy Announcement Number: 20-R9OCR2-462-REC-4-5G. 

Open to the Public:

  • Fire Positions, GS-0462-03 through GS-0462-05 | The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service Eastern Region is seeking qualified applicants to fill temporary and permanent fire positions in fuels management and wildfire suppression.


In order to be considered for the position, please be sure to submit a completed application, including all requested documents.

Please visit the Apply for a U.S. Forest Service Job tutorial for helpful tips.

Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

Learn more about other was you can contribute to the Hiawatha National Forest:

Volunteers and Interns contribute their time and expertise in many ways on the Hiawatha National Forest.  Whether you're interested in fisheries or environmental education, mountain bike trails or native plants -- or many things in between -- there is likely a volunteer opportunity awaiting you here!

About the Forest Service

Our mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.

As employees of the Forest Service, we value and believe in—

  • Service. To each other. To the American people. To the planet.
  • Interdependence. Of all things. People and nature. Communities and colleagues. The past, present, and future.
  • Conservation. Protection when necessary. Preservation when appropriate. Restoration, when needed, and wise management for multiple use and enjoyment always.
  • Diversity.  People and cultures. Perspectives and ideas. Experiences and ecosystems.
  • Safety. In every way: physical, psychological, and social.

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.

Learn more about working for the U.S. Forest Service and Three Great Reasons Work for the Hiawatha National Forest.


Volunteering and Internship Opportunities

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Check out volunteer and internship opportunities here!


3 Great Reasons to Work Here

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Why choose a Forest Service Career?!  Discover the top three reasons to pursue a career with the US Forest Service!