Apply for Michigan spring and summer positions
If you or someone you know is seeking valuable experience working in wildlife conservation – or just an interesting job that gets you outdoors – apply now for one of 100 spring and summer positions with the DNR Wildlife Division.
The division regularly hires staff to work at DNR field offices, customer service centers and state game areas. Seasonal staff helps in several areas, such as:
Assisting with wildlife habitat maintenance and improvement, which may include farming, planting trees, cutting forest clearings and using water control structures to adjust water levels in wetland areas.
Mowing, landscaping and other facility maintenance duties.
Helping with wildlife surveys, wildlife sample collection, crop damage inspections, nuisance animal control, and equipment operation and maintenance.
“These positions are perfect for college students, entry-level wildlife professionals, those looking to re-enter the workforce, and seniors or retirees who want to be involved in the outdoors,” said Jennifer Schafer, human resources liaison with the Wildlife Division.
Sound like you? Apply for seasonal wildlife job openings by Feb. 26.
Learn more about seasonal positions with the Wildlife Division – and other opportunities throughout the department – at Michigan.gov/DNRJobs.
Questions? Contact the DNR Wildlife Division at 517-284-9453 or DNR-Wildlife-HR-and-Development@Michigan.gov.