Career OpportunitiesThe Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks offers a variety of career opportunities. All are dedicated to, or support, the conservation of Mississippi's natural resources and the enhancement of outdoor recreation. These jobs require varied levels of education and experience.
Open positions and application procedures are available online at the MS State Personnel Board or you can view the available positions below.
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|Wildlife & Hunting Careers
Management and monitoring of Mississippi's wildlife resources are important tasks in ensuring ...
|Fishing & Boating Careers
Management and monitoring of Mississippi's fisheries resources are important tasks in ensuring ...
|Law Enforcement Careers
Conservation officers help ensure compliance with the state's game and fish laws, but that is just a part of their job ...
|State Parks Careers
Careers in this field are dedicated to providing safe, family-oriented outdoor recreational and educational experiences ...
|MS Outdoors Careers
People who pursue this field will be serving as the communications link between the MDWFP and the public ...
This field represents the nuts-and-bolts area of support operations in MDWFP. Employees in this field provide ...
|Museum of Natural Science Careers
The Museum of Natural Science serves as an educational outreach for the department, reaching school children ...
For Detailed Information
The qualifications for positions with the MDWFP are detailed in job descriptions available through the State Personnel Board and local state Employment Service offices.
Additionally, the MDWFP has publications outlining general qualifications for some wildlife and fisheries jobs.
These may be obtained by Writing:
MDWFP Personnel Office
P.O. Box 451
Jackson, MS 39205-0451.
The MDWFP is an equal opportunity employer and provider of programs and services. If anyone believes they have been subjected to discrimination on the basis of political affiliation, race, color, national origin, marital status, sex, religion, creed, age or disability, they may file a complaint with either the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, Human Resources, P.O. Box 451, Jackson MS 39205-0451, or the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20507.