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. 


Forest Service Youth Conservation Corps

A young man holds a piece of rebar at the feet of another who holds a hammer, driving the bar down.

The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) is a summer employment program for youth ages 15-18 who will work, learn, and earn together in the great outdoors. The purpose of the YCC program is to accomplish needed conservation work on the White Mountain National Forest, while educating local youth about natural resources management.

Volunteering Opportunities

Forest Service employee assists hiker on a popular trail.

Looking to make connections and get a sense of some of the work we do whiile also making a contribution on the Forest? Consider volunteering. Learn more about the opportunities and find an opportunity or contact us to get started.