Want to Work in Michigan’s Great Outdoors? The DNR is Hiring
Would you love to work outside helping Michigan's wildlife thrive? The Michigan DNR is hiring for multiple positions ahead of the fall season.
Michigan DNR Hiring for Multiple Positions
The DNR says they're seeking "outdoor lovers, conservation-minded folks and anyone who wants to help wildlife thrive" for multiple temporary positions this fall.
These temporary fall workers are crucial to maintaining the healthy wildlife populations that are central to quality hunting and wildlife watching experiences in the state of Michigan.
People in these roles:
- Surveillance for chronic wasting disease in deer.
- Support for seamless managed waterfowl hunt drawings.
- Answers and information to customers with wildlife-related questions.
Jennifer Schafer, human resource liaison for the DNR Wildlife Division says,
These positions are a great way to test out a career path while learning a new skill. We regularly hire temporary staff to work at various locations, including DNR field offices, customer service centers, and state game and wildlife areas. When you join our wildlife team, you’ll be contributing to essential conservation efforts while enjoying a fulfilling, hands-on experience.
How to Apply For Michigan DNR Positions
You can apply current DNR postings on the state of Michigan's jobs page. Filter by department name or search "wildlife" to show opportunities.
Applications are due by Tuesday, Aug. 8. The job titles for these temporary positions include:
- Fall non-career wildlife assistant.
- Fall non-career wildlife state worker.
- Non-career laboratory assistant.
Learn more about working with the Michigan DNR here.