US Forest Service Announces Dozens of Seasonal Jobs

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WENATCHEE, WA,-The U.S. Forest Service will be accepting applications for a number of spring and summer temporary jobs located at ranger districts in Cle Elum, Naches, Winthop and Tonasket, and other forest service offices in East Wenatchee and Moses Lake, Washington. Positions are available in multiple fields including natural resources, timber, fire and dispatch support, recreation, and visitor services.

“Exciting summer job opportunities are now open. If working on national forest trails or in campgrounds, or in the woods doing range improvement or weed eradication work, or in fire management doing dispatch support sounds like something you’d like to do, please apply,” said Assistant Fire Training Officer Taija Corso. “The application window is coming up the first week of April.”

Applications must be submitted on www.USAJOBS.gov between April 3 and 9, 2018. Interested applicants are encouraged to create a profile on USAJOBS now to save time once the hiring process begins.

Individuals interested in finding more information about a specific position should contact the ranger district or office where the position is hosted:
• Cle Elum Ranger District, 509-852-1101
• Methow Valley Ranger District located in Winthrop, WA at 509-996-4003
• Tonasket Ranger District, 509-486-2186
• Naches Ranger District, 509-653-1401
• East Wenatchee, Dispatch Office, 509-884-3473
• Moses Lake Tanker Base, 509-664-9346

 

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Steve Hair is a 40-year veteran broadcast journalist who comes to NCW LIFE TV after a long career in radio. Steve and his wife Lynette and their three sons moved to the Wenatchee Valley from Central California in 1992. Steve served as News Director for KPQ News where he covered a multitude of stories of importance to North Central Washington, including two of Washington State’s largest wildfires. During his radio career Steve has received many awards from organizations such as the Associated Press, (Sacramento and Seattle Bureaus) The Washington State Farm Bureau, and the California Medical Association. Steve is a sports addict. Time off usually finds him sprawled out on the couch watching the Seahawks, Mariners or anything that prevents him from doing house chores.