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U.S. Forest Service
Caring for the land and serving people

United States Department of Agriculture

Hiring at the Annual Society of American Foresters (SAF) Convention

Forest Service at Society of American Foresters National Convention 2020 text and three images: a woman in a Forest Service uniform looking at a tree, a man posting a sign on a tree, and five people walking through a mountain meadow with nets.

The Forest Service is hiring student and recent graduate positions nationwide in forestry, timber, silviculture, natural resources, and more.

Recruiters will be available to answer questions at the annual Society of American Foresters (SAF) Convention, held virtually November 3-6, 2021. Applicants do not need to attend the conference to apply.

Visit us online for eligibility details, application tips, and job seeker webinars.


The USDA Forest Service is a federal land management agency that cares for more than 193 million acres of the nation’s forests and grasslands.

Interested in a job with the Forest Service? We’re hiring for several positions nationwide.


  • Forest Service employees measuring distance between trees for research.Forester

    From planting seedling to inspecting a contractor’s work, foresters provide the technical and professional expertise to evaluate the health of our forests.

  • Forest Service employe measuring circumfrence of tree.Forestry Technician

    Forestry technicians perform a variety of tasks like data collection, inventory, inspections, planting, pruning, thinning, and cutting.

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