27 de septiembre de 2005


The Missouri Department of Conservation is accepting applications for a Conservation Agent training class. Responsibilities include law enforcement and community outreach to protect and manage Missouri's fish, forest, and wildlife resources. Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree in Forestry, Fisheries, Wildlife, Natural Resources, Criminal Justice, Agriculture, Education with a science or Biology emphasis, or closely related Natural Resource subjects. Trainees must be able to operate motor vehicles and boats, use firearms safely and communicate effectively. Upon successful completion of training, Conservation Agents must be willing to relocate to any location in the state of Missouri.

For consideration, candidates must submit a Conservation Agent application with college transcripts to the Missouri Department of Conservation by Friday, October 21, 2005. To view full job announcement and application, visit our web site at or call 573/751-4115. Equal Opportunity Employer.

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