Representatives from each agency will be available to provide additional information, speak with interested applicants and discuss the application process.
“Hiring temporary, or seasonal employees, allows us to meet peak workload demands to serve the public better,” said Scott Jacobson, Public Affairs Officer, Black Hills National Forest.
A wide variety of temporary job opportunities are available, that appeal to both outdoor and indoor enthusiasts, including in the areas of archaeology, interpretation, trails, administration, hydrology, botany, wildlife, recreation, timber, engineering, fire and more.
“There is no substitute for experience when candidates are being reviewed for permanent employment,” said Jacobson.
For more information, contact: Lisa Sanders at (605) 673-9321.