Fall is a busy season for the DNR Wildlife Division.
The department hires more than 100 seasonal employees to work at various locations throughout the state, including DNR field offices and customer service centers, state game areas and the DNR wildlife disease lab.
These positions involve duties like CWD surveillance, banding geese and ducks, entering database information, posting hunt areas, assisting the public with questions and more. The jobs are perfect for college students, those looking to re-enter the workforce and seniors or retirees interested in getting more involved in the outdoors.
Get more details (including contact information) on these seasonal wildlife job opportunities by visiting Michigan.gov/DNRJobs and scrolling to the Seasonal and Temporary Positions section.
All fall positions will be posted during July and August at GovernmentJobs.com/Careers/Michigan, where you can search for job titles or filter by the department name.