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Individuals who are interested in a law enforcement career should consider the field of natural resources where exciting opportunities await them as Wildlife Conservation Officers. Once known as Game Wardens, wildlife conservation professionals dedicate their lives to enforcing the laws that protect our natural resources and regulate outdoor recreation.
Before pursuing this career path, candidates should consider both the attraction of working outdoors as well as the inherent dangers of this profession. If you have the ability to rise to such demands and fit into a paramilitary lifestyle, then you may have what it takes to become a Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation Officer. The following information and video is provided to assist you in deciding if you have what it takes to succeed in this demanding, but extremely gratifying career.
We do not anticipate opening the Wildlife Conservation Officer exam for a few years. When the exam is open, information will be available on the Game Commission's website and on the Civil Service Commission website at www.scsc.state.pa.us
The Following Civil Service Exams are Open: Information Technology Generalists and Administrators Applications Developers and Administrators Forest Ast Managers and Program Specialists Forester - Open 3/30/2016 to 7/9/2016 Forest Tech - Open 3/30/2016 to 7/9/2016 Licensed Professional Geologists Wildlife Maintenance Propagator Surveyor Survey Technician
All information regarding the exam can be found on the Civil Service Commission website at www.scsc.state.pa.us. Look under the "Job Seekers" tab for the announcement information which will include the minimum experience and training for the job.