Seasonals and College Interns

The seasonal fire and non-fire vacancy announcements for the 2010 summer season are open.

Applications will be accepted through USAJOBS.

Examples of the temporary seasonal positions in Montana and the Dakotas are below.

Non-fire
  Fire

Archeological Technician
    GS-0102-4/5/6/7
Biological Technician (Fisheries)
    GS-0404-3/4/5/6/7
Biological Technician (Plants)
    GS-0404-4/5/6
Biological Technician (Wildlife)
    GS-0404-3/4/5/6/7
Cartographic Techician (GIS)
    GS-0404-6
Engineer Technician
    GS-0802-3/4/5/6/7
Forestry Technician
    GS-0462-3/4/5/6/7
Hydrologic Technician
    GS-1316-3/4/5
Laborer
    WG-3502-4
Laborer Leader
    WG-3502-5
Maintenance Worker
    WG-4749-5
Park Ranger
    GS-0025-3/4/5/6/7
Park Ranger (OHV)
    GS-0025-3/4/5/6
Park Ranger (River)
    GS-0025-4/5/6/7
Physical Science Technician
    GS-1311-7
Range Technician
    GS-0455-3/4/5/6/7
Range Technician (Monitoring)
    GS-0455-3/4/5/6/7
Range Technician (Weeds)
    GS-0455-3/4/5/6/7
Realty Technician
    GS-1101-3/4/5/6/7
Recreation Technician
    GS-0189-3/4/5/6/7
Survey Technician
    GS-0817-4/5/6

 

Fuels Module Leader
    GS-0455-6
Lead Range Technician (Fire)
    GS-0455-6
Range Technician (Fire)
    GS-0455-2/3/4/5
Range Technician (IA Dispatcher)
    GS-0455-3/4/5/6
Range Technician (Fire)(Lookout)
    GS-0455-4/5
Range Technician (Fire)(Helitack)
    GS-0455-2/3/4/5
Ramp Manager
    GS-0455-5
Range Technician (Logistics Dispatcher)
    GS-2151-3/4/5
SEAT Manager
    GS-0455-7 

If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Todd Walton at (406) 896-5118.

College Internship Program

Some colleges offer students the opportunity to spend time working with the government or public interest organizations. Interns are considered volunteers and are not paid by the BLM. However, colleges may offer funding. For more information, contact Ann Boucher (406-896-5011).