Wildland firefighting vacancies are open for applicants year-round. Please visit the Careers in Wildland Fire page for more information.
What to Expect:
Wildland firefighters may be required to work long hours in challenging and changing conditions, such as high temperatures and steep terrain. A career in wildland fire has many rewards, including the opportunity to work in some of the most beautiful places in the country and create friendships that last a lifetime.
Challenge yourself to new limits, join the Forest Service men and women who serve to protect millions of acres within our national forests, our communities, and our natural resources.
Interested applicants are reminded to review the application deadlines noted in the announcement. Employment start dates will vary.
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- Explore available Forest Service wildland firefighting jobs and apply today. Remember to attach all required documentation to be considered for the position(s).
- The Forest Service Job webpage has helpful information to guide you through the application process.
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