QUINCY, Calif., January 11, 2016 – The Plumas National Forest is planning to fill several temporary positions in various locations. These temporary positions can start as early as April and usually end in September; new hires could work up to a total of 26 weeks. A wide variety of jobs are available in archaeology, botany, recreation, timber, wildlife, and firefighting.
Applicants may apply for these jobs through the USA Jobs website at http://www.usajobs.gov.
Applicants will be required to create a profile with a username and password, then asked to describe their work experience and level of education.
To be considered for jobs on the Plumas National Forest, applicants should select one or more of the following California locations in USA Jobs when submitting an application: Quincy, Greenville, Belden, Oroville, Challenge, Berry Creek, Blairsden, Beckwourth and Doyle.
The job announcements for these positions will be posted in USA Jobs beginning in 2016, initially during the month of January; other announcements may be posted later in the season. The first five-day vacancy announcement will open Monday, January 11 and close on Friday, January 15. Applicants are encouraged to read the vacancy announcements thoroughly for specific information about job requirements, how to apply, and most importantly, points of contact and phone numbers for more detailed guidance on available positions.
For more information about the application process and to search for job opportunities, please visit the following website: http://www.fs.fed.us/working-with-us/jobs.