Colorado Parks and Wildlife hiring for training class |

Colorado Parks and Wildlife hiring for training class

Daily News staff report

DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife has opened the application process for the next training class of district wildlife managers. Applications will be accepted through Monday.

District wildlife managers are multipurpose wildlife professionals and the foundation of our wildlife management system. The wildlife manager’s role includes law enforcement, resource management, public education and applying biological expertise to benefit wildlife and people. This entry-level position is open to recent college graduates with a background in wildlife management, biology or closely related field. Applications are also accepted from existing, experienced natural resource professionals seeking a career change.

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