BATTLE MOUNTAIN, Nev. – The Bureau of Land Management, Battle Mountain District Office, will be hosting an employment outreach event on June 22, 2018 from 3-5 p.m. and invite anyone who is interested in a career with the BLM to stop by! The event will take place in the main lobby of the Battle Mountain District Office, 50 Bastian Road, Battle Mountain, Nevada.
The Battle Mountain District, which includes the Mount Lewis Field Office and the Battle Mountain Office of Fire Management, is currently looking for qualified applicants in career fields such as geological and biological sciences, business services, fire management, engineering, mining, habitat management, administration and more. “This event is all about providing people with an opportunity to meet their Battle Mountain BLM, to ask questions and discover if the BLM has something to offer towards their professional development,” said Associate District Manager Mitzi Lankford. “We currently have a number of open positions across several different disciplines and our staff are excited to answer questions and guide you through the Federal application process.”
Our multiple-use mission is what sets us apart at the BLM. We find the best fit for our public lands, which means we manage our lands for a broad range of uses, including outdoor recreation, mineral development and energy production, and the conservation of natural, historical and cultural resources. Our workforce of over 10,000 passionate employees works hard every day to manage more than 245 million acres of public land, more than any other Federal agency. When you work at the BLM, our hope is that you gain as much as the agency does. We provide a family-friendly work environment, excellent benefits and, ultimately, a fulfilling career path. Join us on June 22 and learn about the incredible career opportunities that BLM’s Battle Mountain District has to offer!
For more information about BLM careers visit https://www.blm.gov/careers. For additional information on the Battle Mountain employment outreach event contact Kyle Hendrix at 775-635-4054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courtesy: Kyle Hendrix, BLM Battle Mountain