The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has an opportunity within their Forest Regulation Division. If you love working in the outdoors, appreciate a remote natural environment, enjoy providing assistance to the public, and have good practical wildlife biology skills with a proven ability for working as part of a team, then this could be the job for you.


The primary duties of the position are to provide guidance to Small Forest Landowner Office (SFLO) staff and small forest landowners related to the effects of forestland management activities on fish and wildlife, and fish and wildlife habitats.

Using professional judgement, knowledge, and expertise, this position consults and provides technical assistance to help small forest landowners prepare to conduct forest practice activities on their forestland. This position will help them understand and apply the Forest Practices riparian rules and assist with the preparation of Forest Practices Applications (FPAs). This includes those with landowner alternate plans, long-term applications, alternate plan templates, and other forest practice related issues.

Assist small forest landowners with water typing of their streams and wetland delineation and determining RMZ width associated with a Forest Practices Application.

Full Position Description


$56,856.00 – $76,416.00 Annually


Thurston County – Olympia, WA

Job Type

Full Time – Permanent

Application Closing Date

5/4/2022 11:59 PM Pacific