Michigan DNR Looking to Fill Over 1,000 Positions This Summer
Spring is here and the MI DNR is looking to fill some positions.
For those looking to pick up some summertime work, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has well over 1,000 job openings for this summer. With over 100 state parks looking for help in Michigan, there is no shortage of opportunities for those trying to score some extra cash while enjoying the great outdoors.
What positions are available with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources?
The Michigan DNR has over 1,000 positions ready to be filled. Check out some of their featured openings below:
- Seasonal Park Workers
- Details: Answer visitor questions, register campers, clean park buildings, maintain trails, and more.
- Season Park Rangers
- Details: Provide customer service, carry out day-to-day operational and maintenance duties, and more.
- Seasonal Park Interpreters/Explorers
- Details: Lead hikes and activities, present fun programs that spotlight unique features of the parks, and more.
- Seasonal Wildlife Positions
- Gain valuable experience in wildlife conservation.
- Michigan Civilian Conservation Corps/AmeriCorps Positions
- Details: Hands-on experience in ecological restoration, forest health, horticulture, and more.
- Piping Plover Monitors
- Details: Protect nest sites, educate visitors, monitor bird behavior, and more.
- Shooting Range Positions
- Details: Assist with range operations, maintenance, construction, and more.
- Michigan History Center Season Positions
- Details: Gain experience and work independently in different public history contexts, and more.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources also has positions available for conservations officers as well. For a complete list of openings, details, and pay, click here to explore what is available. Have a great summer friends!
Source: Michigan DNR