USDA Forest Service

Pacific Northwest Research Station

Pacific Northwest Research Station
333 SW First Ave.
Portland, OR 97204

(503) 808-2100

US Forest Service


[Photograph]: People planting trees.A career in Forest Service research is challenging, creative, and satisfying. Scientists work together toward common goals, share ideas, and build upon each other's energy and commitment. Station scientists also participate in cooperative research with universities.

Our laboratories are often based on or near campuses of major universities allowing our scientists to work in an academic environment. Some laboratories are located in small rural communities.



Job Announcements


PNW Program Managers GS-1301/0401/0110-14/15

There are two positions being to be filled by this announcement.

One position is the Ecological Process and Function Program Manager located with Pacific Northwest Research Station; Corvallis, OR.
One position is the Threat Characterization Management Program Manager located with Pacific Northwest Research Station; La Grande, OR or Wenatchee, WA.

This position is a Program Manager exercising the full range of managerial responsibilities over the science program which includes participating as a member of the Station Leadership Team in the development of science resources policies and programs. This involves major issues such as manpower, budget, priorities of work, and internal and external problems and concerns.


Outreach Notices

Research Wildlife Biologist GS-0486-12 Reply by September 12, 2014

We are preparing to fill a permanent, full-time (PFT) position in Wenatchee, Washington.  The full performance level of this Research Wildlife Biologist is GS-0486-12. A Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology or a related field is required, or equivalent experience.


Natural Resources Specialist GS-0401-13 Reply by September 10, 2014

The Pacific Northwest (PNW) Research Station is seeking to hire a Natural Resources Specialist based in Boise, Idaho. The full performance level of this Natural Resources Specialist is GS-0401-13. Proven expertise in planning and specifically NEPA process and its application to Forest Research is required.


Administrative Operations Specialist GS-303-7 Reply by September 2, 2014

PNW Research Station is seeking to hire a GS-303-7 Administrative Operations Specialist in the near future.  This position serves as the administrative lead for the Anchorage Forestry Sciences Laboratory in Anchorage, Alaska.  This position is responsible for the administrative support, safety, and security as it relates to the facility. 








US Forest Service - Pacific Northwest Research Station
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