US Forest Service hiring land engineers in Washington and Oregon

KENNEWICK, Washington. – You always wanted to work for the United States Forest Service and apply your skills in a beautiful environment? The Forest Service seeks engineers ranging from entry-level to management positions; they offer various opportunities around Oregon and Washington.

“Every day, I can help with complex challenges like fixing bridges or building new trails for the public to recreate. I love having a job that allows me to combine my professional interests with an opportunity to manage public lands,” said Amy Thomas, Assistant Director of Engineering and Fleet.

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In a press release, the U.S. Forest Service said it was accepting jobs through their February 7, 2022 deadline. You can submit applications and view job postings at Officials mention that you should review the specific deadlines for each job and be aware that “job start dates vary.”

To find out more about the jobs on offer and how to apply, the Forest Service is organizing two webinars:

The US Forest Service said it asks applicants to be patient because filling positions could take several months. If you are chosen for an interview, the Forest Service said, you can expect an in-person or virtual interview after you apply. The Forest Service said the Human Resources Department will contact you by phone or email if you are offered the position; you will also be notified if you do not get the job.

To learn more about resources and benefits, visit If you have questions about your application or the hiring timeline, according to the Forest Service website, you can contact the person listed on the job advertisement or call the Human Resources office at 1-877-372- 7248 (select option 2).


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