Front-line wildlife managers needed |

Front-line wildlife managers needed

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for a few dedicated professionals who are passionate about managing Colorado’s wildlife resources to become the agency’s newest district wildlife managers.

These people are responsible for enforcing Colorado’s game and fish regulations, but they also take the lead on wildlife management projects, conduct extensive community outreach and help educate Colorado citizens about living with wildlife.

They live in the communities where they work and serve a multi-function role that combines the responsibilities of game warden, wildlife biologist and ambassador for Colorado’s rich wildlife heritage. 

This is one of the few entry-level positions in the wildlife field that allows a recent college graduate or a seasoned professional seeking a career change the opportunity to have an immediate impact on wildlife. 

Candidates are encouraged to begin the application process early. The application deadline is Sept. 13.

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