U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services now hiring!

When we're camping, we're typically outside most of the time, whether it's hiking, biking, swimming or simply taking a leisurely stroll around the campground. We go inside the camper only when necessary, because the whole idea of camping is being outdoors and enjoying nature.


One of other things we love about camping is the wildlife. Except for ground moles tearing up my yard back home, we're pretty much at peace with critters running around. Oh, and mosquitos. Don't care for them either. But other than those two things, we love animals!


As fellow RVers, I'm sure most of you agree with this.


Wouldn't it be nice to find a job that combines the outdoors with wildlife? 


Guess what, there is!


Guess what again, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is hiring!

Are you ready to join thousands of people just like you who have discovered the joy of working for wildlife? If so, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offers you unparalleled experiences to conserve the nature of America on some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring lands in our nation.  


From Alaska’s tundra to Maine’s rocky coastline, from the desert southwest to the prairies, our national wildlife refuges, fish hatcheries, wildlife management areas, ecological services field stations, and law enforcement offices offer opportunities for everyone to shape their future while working for conservation. 

And, of course, a job with the federal government also means a great benefits package! 

Click here to learn more about a job with the USFWS.

Click here to see a video on a day in the life of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife employee. 

Click here to see a video on meeting your new boss (hint: they have paws and/or scales) as a U.S. Fish and Wildlife employee.

Click here to apply for a job with the USFWS now.
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My family (wife and three kids, sometimes the dog) and I have been RV campers since 2007. We own a 2000 Trail-Lite B22 Bantam hybrid, our tow vehicle is a 2006 Trailblazer LT EXT (5.3 V8 with 3.73 Rear Axle Ratio), and our setup includes the Equalizer sway controller. Looking to upgrade the camper in the near future, but until then we get out 2-3 times a month in season.