Employment

[Photograph]: A Forest Service employee is helping a vacationer.

For over a century, since 1905, USDA Forest Service employees have been on the front line of conservation, intelligent resource utilization and wildland management. Today, managing some of the most magnificent lands in our nation is a great responsibility. Managing it in ways that are most effective for the land, water, air, wildlife and people of America is our mission.

More about the Forest Service mission.

Permanent and Temporary Positions

The Forest Service offers positions for both permanent and temporary employees.  Permanent positions are for full-time employees and provide a flexible range of Federal government benefits.  Temporary positions are for part-time or seasonal employees and provide benefits that vary with the position and the location.  Due to the seasonal nature of many of the responsibilities of the Forest Service, such as wildfire fighting and seasonal recreation programs, many temporary workers are required.

The US Forest Service has implemented an application program for nationwide centralized recruitment notices. Applicants can apply online at USAJOBS.gov (https://www.usajobs.gov/).   

For current Forest Service job opportunities go to http://www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs/

If a position is not currently vacant but becomes vacant during the hiring process, we will backfill during this time. Apply to any location/position you are interested in whether it is currently vacant or not.

National Forest Service Outreach Notices 
https://hrm.gdcii.com/outreach/Default.aspx

Like most federal workers, Forest Service employees are paid on the General Schedule (GS) pay plan (http://www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs/forestservice/payscale.html) and enjoy a flexible range of benefits (http://www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs/forestservice/benefits.html) in working for the federal government.

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Fire and Non Fire Temporary Employment Outreach Notification and Vacancy Announcements

The announcements are closed, and the hiring process is in progress.

The Inyo National Forest is advertising temporary, seasonal (1039 hours) positions for the 2019 field season which require applications to be submitted between September 17, 2018, and October 12, 2018, via USAJobs at www.usajobs.com. A wide variety of fire positions are available. Listed on the attachments are temporary employment opportunities for the 2019 summer field season. Fire seasonal positions may be available locally in Lee Vining, June Lake, Mammoth Lakes, Bishop, Independence and Lone Pine on the Inyo National Forest.

Some advertised positions may not be filled. Hiring is based on the availability of funds, even if the position is advertised funding may not be available to hire applicants.

For more information about the Inyo National Forest, go to http://www.fs.usda.gov/main/inyo/about-forest

To apply for these temporary jobs you will need to apply through the USAJobs website www.usajobs.gov  You may also contact Civil Rights Officer MaryJane Spinar at 760-873-2477, mspinar@fs.fed.us or Julie Hall at 760-873-2470, juliehall@fs.fed.us for more information.

How to Apply
http://www.usajobs.gov/Help/

Student Programs
http://www.usajobs.gov/StudentsAndGrads/

Local Wildland Fire Job Opportunities
wildland fire information



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