Help Wanted: Conservation officer openings in Kentucky

In this week’s Help Wanted, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife is accepting applications right now for conservation officers.

The deadline to apply is Monday March 9.

The department plans to fill positions in local counties Christian, Graves and Marshall. They’re also looking to fill positions in Henderson, Breckinridge, Cumberland, Marion, Grant, Casey, Johnson, Martin and Elliott counties.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license, meet educational requirements or have experience in related fields. Applicants are not hired as full-time employees until they pass a series of tests and successfully complete training requirements.

The first step is to submit an application. To do that, click here.

You need to apply to posting number 39217BR.

Recruits must pass a written test, physical fitness test, swimming test, oral interview, psychological and drug screen, polygraph, background review and medical evaluation to be considered for selection.

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