DNR is hiring conservation wardens
The Department of Natural Resources is taking applications for 12 conservation warden positions.
Being a Wisconsin conservation warden protecting the state's natural resources and the people who enjoy them is a great career. That is, if someone is looking for challenges, hard work, camaraderie and tons of variety on top of professional growth and career advancement as a commissioned peace officer.
Those interested will be enforcing the state's environmental laws, hunting and fishing regulations, and outdoor recreational rules, along with handling emergencies in sometimes dangerous situations.
They will also be part of a larger police community that includes state, county and municipal agencies that will need help with everything from bank robberies to floods.
Here's the job announcement: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=66268&jobid=65783&org=370&class=65100&index=true.
Want to learn more about the conservation warden career? Check out this web page: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wardenrecruitment/.