People who work for the Department of Land and Natural Resources are committed to fulfilling the agency’s mission of managing and conserving the state’s natural and cultural resources for future generations. With nearly 900 employees working throughout the state, job opportunities within the department require various levels of education and expertise ranging from a high school education up through advanced degrees. If you are interested in pursuing a career as a conservation enforcement officer, aquatic or wildlife biologist, environmental engineer, archaeologist or cultural historian, the Department of Land and Natural Resources is the place for you.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS / HOW TO APPLY
1. APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING DIVISIONS
Listed below are the divisions and staff offices within the Department of Land and Natural Resources. Please click on the division or staff office to find out more about the particular vacancy you are interested in.
Civil Service Jobs
To apply for a Non-Civil Service job, please follow the instructions listed on the appropriate job listing. Please also complete the HRD 278 Application for Non-Civil Service Appointment.
Non-Civil Service Jobs
2. APPLICANTS MUST
- Meet the minimum qualification requirements of the position.
3. HOW TO APPLY
- Complete an on-line application at the Department of Human Resources Development Website. For additional information regarding the on-line application process please visit the Department of Human Resources Development On-line Employment Guide.
4. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
The Department of Land and Natural Resources offers a competitive compensation package. In addition to salary, which is an important part of the compensation package, an employee may be eligible for a broad range of valuable benefits, such as comprehensive health care insurance, life insurance, retirement programs, sick leave, vacation leave and paid holidays. The benefits information provided below is not a contract or binding agreement. It does not supersede laws, rules, collective bargaining agreements, policies and procedures, and benefit plan documents pertaining to the various subject matters covered. Benefits vary by type of employment appointment and applicable collective bargaining agreement, and are subject to change. [Benefits At-A-Glance]