Careers with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources
People who work for the Department of Natural Resources are committed to fulfilling the agency’s mission of managing and conserving the state’s natural and cultural resources for future generations. With nearly 2,500 associates working throughout the state, job opportunities within the agency require various levels of education and expertise ranging from a high school education up through advanced degrees. If you are interested in pursuing a career as a conservation ranger, fisheries or wildlife biologist, park ranger, environmental engineer or historic preservation planner, the Department of Natural Resources is the place for you.
DNR Vacancy Announcement
The DNR Vacancy Announcement is used to advertise current vacant positions within DNR. It includes specific information pertaining to each vacancy listed. The DNR Vacancy Announcement is published periodically, as necessary.
To view DNR Vacancy Announcement 1 (Expires 5/31/13), click here.
To view DNR Vacancy Announcement 2 (Expires 5/24/13), click here.
The standard State of Georgia Application for Employment is required to apply for most DNR jobs and is available by clicking on the version listed below:
The State Parks listed below are operated by a private contractor. For employment information at these Parks, please visit www.coralhospitality.com/careers/
Amicalola Falls; George T. Bagby; Georgia Veterans; Little Ocmulgee; Unicoi
The State Personnel Administration also provides information on all jobs that are available in state government (not just DNR) along with instructions for applying for them at: www.Careers.ga.gov.
Important notice about some DNR jobs:
The Department of Natural Resources does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, National origin, disability, age or gender pursuant to applicable state and federal regulations. If you believe you have been discriminated against, contact the DNR Office of Human Resources:
Office of Human Resources