U.S. Forest Service

  • Foresthill, CA, USA

Our Mission

A graphic that shows several Forest Service employees in the office, another outside near a tree and another employee inspecting seedlings.

To sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. 

At the heart of our agency’s mission is our purpose—the ultimate answer to why we do what we do. Everything we do—across our broad and diverse agency—is intended to help sustain forests and grasslands for present and future generations. Why? Because our stewardship work supports nature in sustaining life. This is the purpose that drives our agency’s mission and motivates our work across the agency. It’s been there from our agency’s very beginning, and it still drives us. 

To advance our mission and serve our purpose, we balance the short and long-term needs of people and nature by—

  • Working in collaboration with communities and our partners;
  • Providing access to resources and experiences that promote economicecological, and social vitality; and
  • Connecting people to the land and one another.
  • Delivering world-class sciencetechnology and land management.

This is our value: what the Forest Service uniquely has to offer. 
 

Our Values

Our agency’s values reflect the proud heritage of the Forest Service, expressed in the language of today’s workforce. 

As employees of the Forest Service, we believe in—

  • Service. To each other. To the American people. To the planet.
  • Interdependence. Of all things. People and nature. Communities and colleagues. The past, present, and future. 
  • Conservation. Protection when necessary. Preservation when appropriate. Restoration, when needed, and wise management for multiple use and enjoyment always.
  • Diversity.  People and cultures. Perspectives and ideas. Experiences and ecosystems.
  • Safety. In every way: physical, psychological, and social.

 

 

Apr 25, 2022
Full time
$16.00 - $17.00 hourly
U.S. Forest Service Oroville, CA, USA
Over time rate is 1 ½ time.  There will be O.T. up to 35 hours every two weeks, maybe additional 20 hours. Work out of Oroville Office at Feather River Ranger District, working on North Complex BAER Rehab. This position is located in on a Forest Service unit.  The incumbent performs a variety of laborer duties in support of road maintenance and/or facility maintenance.   The work requires prior work experience or training, some degree of manual skill, and very heavy physical effort.  Duties Performs tasks that require very heavy physical effort and the use of heavy power equipment and common hand tools. Tasks include but are not limited to: 1)Moves heavy freight, furniture, machinery, supplies, equipment and other very heavy items by use of hand trucks or other moving equipment and places or stacks for storage; 2)Packs, loads, and/or unloads heavy bulky materials, equipment, and boxes delivered to the facility; 3) Cuts trees,...
Apr 25, 2022
Full time
$16.00 - $18.00 hourly
U.S. Forest Service Oroville, CA, USA
Description of the duties associated with this position: Performs tasks in field with road maintenance crew, requires physical effort, use power chain saw equipment and common hand tools. Tasks include but are not limited to: 1) Moves heavy freight, furniture, machinery, supplies, equipment and other very heavy items by use of hand trucks or other moving equipment and places or stacks for storage; 2) Cuts trees, clears brush, removes rocks, digs ditches and back fills; digs loose bars, digs post holes and plumbs posts; clears and levels ground; replaces barriers, paints or stains; 3) Operates heavy-duty power mowers, weed trimmers, tillers, chain saws, pallet jacks, powered snow blowers, high-pressure sprayers, jackhammers, floor buffers and steam cleaners. 4) Assembles and places a variety of items and structures needed to complete assignments; 5) Cleans, oils, lubricates, and performs minor adjustments on power equipment. 6) Operates motor vehicle in support of...
Apr 25, 2022
Full time
$50,246 - $60,296 yearly
U.S. Forest Service Oroville, CA, USA
INTRODUCTION The position is established on a Forest unit to support of road systems and other program areas.  Incumbent operates and maintains engineering equipment.     This position drives vehicles that require a Class A or Class B Commercial Driver's License (CDL), based on the type or kind of equipment being operated. The incumbent must ensure appropriate permits are obtained for transporting and operating equipment assigned. As such, this position is a Test Designated Position (TDP) under the United States Forest Service (USFS) / Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Controlled Substances Testing Program. MAJOR DUTIES :    Operates one or more heavy gasoline or diesel powered wheeled or crawler type engineering and construction equipment to excavate, backfill, grade or level earth to rough specifications on such projects as roads, ditches, or construction sites. Transports heavy equipment to job site....