Thursday, February 04, 2016

US Forest Service hiring hundreds of seasonal employees in Rocky Mountain region

Now hiring! Must love the outdoors. The U.S. Forest Service is recruiting for hundreds of temporary jobs around the southwest and across the country. "We are interested in any motivated potential employees that want to come work for the forest service," said Anthony Madrid, of the San Juan National Forest. And they have plenty of seasonal jobs to fill. The US Forest Service is gearing up for the busy season -- 450 jobs in the Rocky Mountain Region alone. "Some hard work and some learning as well," said Madrid. In the San Juan National Forest, they are looking to fill 30 positions - everything from park ranger, to driver and even recreation. But the jobs are only open through Feb. 8, so apply soon if you are interested. The pay on those jobs is between $12 and $17 an hour. For more information on applying, click here...more

1 comment:

Don L. said...

Why would the FS be hiring park rangers and drivers in Colorado? There is no such position as park ranger in the FS. Only in the Park Service.