Seasonal workers are being recruited for the popular spring and summer in Wisconsin’s nature areas.
The state’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is presently hiring seasonal workers for its parks, woods, trails, and recreation areas. A statement on Friday, March 4, said competitive wages are offered for the limited-term roles over the spring and summer.
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The roles entail a combination of outdoor maintenance, groundskeeping duties, and providing customer service to visitors to the property.
Seasonal work often begins in the spring to early summer and continues through the late summer to fall, with some flexibility based on the candidate’s availability and the needs of the property.
Permanent positions are extremely competitive such as park ranger, parks and recreation specialists and the currently open naturalist position.
These seasonal positions not only provide vital experience for beginning a long-term career in natural resources, but they also provide life-long memories.
Positions are available across the state from Milwaukee to the forests of northern Wisconsin or the islands and shores of the Great Lakes.
The following positions are open at various locations including parks and recreation specialists, visitor services associates, natural resources educators, assistant naturalist guides, facilities repair workers and laborers.
Wisconsin has 49 state parks, 15 state forests, 44 state trails, 84,000 miles of rivers and streams, approximately 15,000 lakes, and much more.
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