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The Hiawatha National Forest is seeking qualified applicants to fill temporary full-time hydrological technician positions for the 2017 summer season, starting in April or May and running through September.

Seasonal housing is not guaranteed but might be available for some positions.

The Vacancy Announcement for these positions will be open in USAJobs.gov January 6 – 12, 2017. Applicants must submit their application through www.usajobs.gov.

Those that wish to be considered for available positions must apply to the corresponding announcement number by the close of business on the day the vacancy announcement closes. The closing date will be listed on the vacancy announcement. All applicants who have applied to the announcement on or before the listed closing date and are found to be qualified will be referred for consideration.

How to apply: Apply online at USAJobs.gov. This online application process allows applicants to submit employment information that can be printed for personal use and/or edited on the website for future use. If you do not have a USAJOBS account the system will help you establish one. Your account can be used for other federal job vacancies.

Important: If you wish to be considered for these positions, you must apply prior to the closing date listed on the vacancy announcement. Please specify which locations you wish to be considered for. Locations include: Rapid River, MI or St. Ignace, MI. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply to both duty stations.

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For more information about this opportunity, feel free to contact us!

West Zone Interdisciplinary Hydrologist/Soil Scientist
Lindsey Goss, (906) 474-6442 ext. 143, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

East Zone NEPA Coordinator
Lyn Hyslop, (906) 643-7900 ext. 152, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Soil, Watershed and Landscape Ecology Program Manager (Technical Contact)
Jim Ozenberger, (906) 428-5876, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Forest Service is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to meeting workforce diversity goals. The more diverse we are as an organization, the more effectively we can respond to the needs of the diverse publics we serve.

 

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