Jobs that are moving land management into the future!

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When you work for the Forest Service, you are sustaining the nation's forests and grasslands for future generations. We want you to be a part of it! We are committed to diversity and have a goal to create a culture of inclusion that awakens and strengthens all peoples' connections to the land.

  • Permanent & Permanent Seasonal Jobs

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    Our extraordinary diversity of occupations and locations provide you with many opportunities! Learn more about positions on the Willamette National Forest!

  • Temporary Jobs

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    Seasonal or temporary positions are a great way to start a lifelong Forest Service career. Opportunities include wildland fire, timber, recreation, archeology, wildlife, customer service, and more! Seasonal employees generally start working spring through fall.

  • Wildland Fire Jobs

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    Each year we hire permanent wildland fire positions during our Fire Hire event, usually in September or early October. Explore opportunities to work with us as a part of our wildland firefighting community!

  • Internships and Job Skills

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    The Forest Service has multiple opportunities for youth and young adults, including Job Corps, Pathways Internships, the Resource Assistants Program, and more.

  • Youth Conservation Corps (YCC)

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    The Youth Conservation Corps program provides paid summer experience for youth ages 15-18 to work as part of a team on fun and meaningful conservation projects on national forests and public lands. This program is intended for local individuals.


Volunteer with the Forest Service

Give back to your community, improve Forests and Grasslands, learn about natural and cultural conservation, meet new people and form friendships, and become part of an army of more than 2.8 million volunteers who, since 1972, have provided more than 123 million hours of service that is valued at about $1.4 billion.

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