The Department of Natural Resources launched a statewide recruitment process to hire about 72 deputy conservation wardens and rangers for part-time positions across Wisconsin.
Those interested will have until Feb. 17 to apply for these law enforcement jobs. This is a joint hiring process involving DNR's Bureau of Law Enforcement, Division of Forestry and the Parks program.
These positions will be listed as LTE — or DNR limited-term employee positions. What does that mean?
A DNR deputy warden (or LTE warden) is a part-time conservation warden who works directly with, and under the direction of, a full-time DNR conservation warden. The LTE ranger operates with the same law enforcement authority as a full-time DNR ranger, but is a part-time employee.
Use the links below to learn more about applying for these part-time positions in law enforcement. Remember
The DNR Deputy Warden announcement is here: http://dnr.wi.gov/x87201/employment/lte/q207lted.asp?v_request_id_seq_no=9932
The LTE Ranger announcement is here: http://dnr.wi.gov/x87201/employment/lte/q207lted.asp?v_request_id_seq_no=9933