About Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is an agency dedicated to protect and enhance Oregon’s fish and wildlife and their habitats for present and future generations.
This vitally important mission is accomplished through the hard work of dedicated employees whose responsibilities span up and down Oregon’s beautiful coastline, across and over the Cascades and into the majestic northeast and southeast lands of Oregon.
Oregon is a place where you can fish 365 days a year, there is big game hunting for deer, elk, bear, cougar, bighorn sheep and mountain goat. Goose and duck hunting in the Willamette Valley and the Columbia River Gorge. Quail, grouse and pheasant challenge hunters and their dogs throughout eastern Oregon. The Oregon coast attracts thousands of people who clam, crab and fish in the ocean for halibut, salmon and tuna.
ODFW strives to employ career-oriented individuals and offers unique employment opportunities in a wide variety of challenging occupations. The majority of our employment opportunities are permanent, full-time positions located throughout the state; however, we do have many seasonal positions as well. No matter what your career aspirations are, a career with our department provides for personal growth, advancement and the opportunity to serve as part of a team of dedicated and passionate natural resource professionals and administrative staff.
If you become a member of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife team, you will have the full range of benefits available to you with the State of Oregon. In addition to competitive salaries, we offer retirement and medical benefits, paid vacation days, employee assistance programs, and deferred compensation plans.
Fisheries Management, Conservation, Wildlife Management, Hunting, Fishing and Viewing Opportunities