The PA Fish and Boat Commission is Hiring

| May 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is one of the state agencies with recruitment needs, and the agency is currently looking for its next class of Waterways Conservation Officer Trainees. These are positions that combine law enforcement principles and practices with environmental protection work. The only minimum requirement is passage of the required Civil Service exam for this job title. However, applicants must also be 21 years of age, and have a valid PA driver’s license and a clean criminal history. There are also a dozen special conditions of employment, all of which applicants must be willing and able to meet in order to be considered for these positions.

The application deadline is June 23, 2012; applicants must test by July 28, 2012. The trainee class will begin sometime in July 2013. It is a yearlong training program. Upon completion, individuals will be promoted to Waterways Conservation Officers, with an increase in salary.

All this information and more is detailed in the link to the Civil Service test announcement, provided here.

Additionally, here is a link to the online and paper versions of the Civil Service application.

In order to use the online application, first-time visitors to the web site must create a user ID and password for themselves by going to our homepage atwww.scsc.state.pa.us and clicking the Register button in the Online Services box located in the top left corner of the homepage.

Specific job-related questions should be directed to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s HR office at (717) 705-7820 or ra-pfbchr@pa.gov.

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