Wildlife Department employment exam scheduled Friday, March 27, at Rose State College


Wildlife Department employment exam scheduled


The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will be holding an open employment exam Friday, March 27, at Rose State College.

"Working for the Department is an extremely rewarding experience," said Mikki Gutierrez, human resources administrator for the Wildlife Department.

Taking the test is the first step in the hiring process for individuals seeking positions as game wardens, biologists, fish hatchery assistant managers or technicians with the Department.

The standardized employment exam is set for 10 a.m. in the auditorium of the Tom Steed building. The exam is free, and participants must have photo identification upon check-in. Late arrivals will not be permitted to enter the examination room after 10 a.m.

"The Department looks for the best wildlife conservation employees available, and we want those who are interested to begin getting involved," Gutierrez said. "This test is the first step for most positions at the Wildlife Department."

Specific job and education requirements for Department positions as well as suggested study material for the exams are listed on the Department's official Web site atJobs with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Individuals may take the exam once in a 12-month period. Test scores are valid for 12 months from the test date, and top scorers will be invited to submit an employment application. When a job opening becomes available, selected applicants from the test register will be scheduled for an interview. For more information, contact the Wildlife Department's Human Resources office at (405) 521-4640.

Media Contact:
Michael Bergin or Micah Holmes (405) 521-3856

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