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Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal federal agency assigned to the conservation and enhancement of fish and wildlife and their habitats.  It is a responsibility that is growing more complex every year.  But it is also one that we accept with a renewed dedication and on a more far-reaching front than ever before.

Researcher with Service EmployeeTo accomplish its mission, the Service employs many of the country’s best biologists, wildlife managers, engineers, realty specialists, law enforcement agents, and others who work to save endangered and threatened species; conserve migratory birds and inland fisheries; provide expert advice to other federal agencies, industry and foreign governments; and manage more than 700 offices and field stations, among which are:

  • 7 Regional Offices
  • More than 500 national wildlife refuges
  • Nearly 80 national fish hatcheries that raise more than 200 million fish each year
  • Field offices in every state

Boat with netJob openings are posted on USAJobs.gov. Notifications may be set up to alert you by email when jobs in your field or location are advertised. You can also follow USFWS Wildlife Jobs on Twitter @USFWSJobs and on Facebook.

Are you a student or recent graduate?
The Pathways program provides internships for students from high school through post-graduate level to gain experience with the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service while getting paid and job opportunities to individuals who have received a degree within the last 2 years. You can learn more about this program here.

Information about opportunities, benefits, and volunteer experience in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service may be found here.

Arkansas Field Office
110 S. Amity Road
Suite 300
Conway, AR 72032

501/513 4470 (v)
501/513 4480 (f)

Last Updated: October 16, 2018

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