NDOW Employment Opportunities

NDOW is the state agency directly responsible for managing all the fish and wildlife in the state of Nevada, as well as the promotion of boating safety on Nevada’s waters. There are more than 200 people working towards or supporting this responsibility in one manner or another. Biologists monitor the health of wildlife populations. Game wardens enforce the wildlife and boating laws passed by the state legislature and regulations set by the Nevada Wildlife Commission. Conservation Educators inform and educate people about Nevada’s wildlife. And, there are many, many other professionals, doing all kinds of jobs to help with the huge task of looking after the wildlife of our state.

  • Biologist 2

    Biologists conduct fisheries, wildlife and/or habitat management projects and research studies including data collection, analysis and interpretation; develop and implement project proposals and work plans; prepare recommendations; and participate in public relations activities.

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  • Biologist 3

    Biologists conduct fisheries, wildlife and/or habitat management projects and research studies including data collection, analysis and interpretation; develop and implement project proposals and work plans; prepare recommendations; and participate in public relations activities.

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  • IT Professional 4

    Information Technology (IT) Professionals analyze, develop, implement, maintain, and modify computer operations, systems, networks, databases, applications, and/or information security. Incumbents may perform duties in one or more IT specialization areas depending on the needs of the agency.

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  • Staff Game Warden

    Under general direction Staff Game Wardens research, analyze, plan and develop legislative proposals, wildlife and boating law enforcement policies and regulations, training programs, grant proposals and budgets, and long and short-range goals and objectives for the Law Enforcement Division, in order to preserve and protect the State's wildlife and promote the safety of persons and property involved in the use of vessels on the waters of the State.

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  • Executive Assistant, Director's Office

    The Executive Assistant provides administrative support to the Director in the overall administration and management of the Nevada Department of Wildlife which consists of approximately 262 employees statewide with regional offices located in Reno, Elko, and Las Vegas.

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  • Wildlife Area Technician 1

    Wildlife Area Technicians may be assigned to work at a wildlife management area, on a water development crew or as a regional utility person. Typical duties involve the maintenance of wildlife habitat by operating light and heavy equipment, controlling water levels in wetland areas, managing vegetation and related activities intended to develop and enhance an environment which will support the State's wildlife species.

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  • Wildlife Area Technician 2

    Wildlife Area Technicians may be assigned to work at a wildlife management area, on a water development crew or as a regional utility person. Typical duties involve the maintenance of wildlife habitat by operating light and heavy equipment, controlling water levels in wetland areas, managing vegetation and related activities intended to develop and enhance an environment which will support the State's wildlife species.

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  • Wildlife Area Technician 3

    Wildlife Area Technicians may be assigned to work at a wildlife management area, on a water development crew or as a regional utility person. Typical duties involve the maintenance of wildlife habitat by operating light and heavy equipment, controlling water levels in wetland areas, managing vegetation and related activities intended to develop and enhance an environment which will support the State's wildlife species.

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  • Wildlife Area Technician 2 - Mason Valley WMA

    Wildlife Area Technicians may be assigned to work at a wildlife management area, on a water development crew or as a regional utility person. Typical duties involve the maintenance of wildlife habitat by operating light and heavy equipment, controlling water levels in wetland areas, managing vegetation and related activities intended to develop and enhance an environment which will support the State's wildlife species.

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For a complete list of opportunities visit NVAPPS