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Lands National Hiring Event

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This Event Closed August 15, 2022

This event closed August 15, 2022, however we are almost always hiring. Please check USAJOBS.gov for open positions.

The Forest Service hired Realty Specialists, Land Surveyors, and Survey Technicians. These positions offer rewarding opportunities to learn and gain experience with land activities and other natural resources administrative functions.

 

This Event Closed August 15, 2022

Job Opportunities

The following opportunities link directly to vacancy announcements on USAJOBS where you'll find more information on salaries, duties, and more. To learn where we're hiring for these positions, please review the map of duty locations.

To review the saved searches for all three of the job series, visit USAJOBS.

Realty Specialists

Each of the following opportunities links to a Realty Specialist vacancy announcement. You can also review a full list of open Realty Specialist positions on USAJOBS.

Land Surveyors

Each of the following opportunities links to a Land Surveyor vacancy announcement. You can also review a full list of open Land Surveyor positions on USAJOBS.

Survey Technicians

Each of the following opportunities links to a Survey Technician vacancy announcement. You can also review a full list of open Survey Technician positions on USAJOBS.

Map of Duty Locations

This map shows the vacancies by duty location. You can make the map full screen by using the expand feature in the lower right corner.

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