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WELCOME to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Division of Human Resources homepage for information about careers, benefits, and our commitment to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.

The Department provides unparalleled opportunities to conserve the nature of Oklahoma on some of the most awe-inspiring areas in the state. From the Western High Plains of the Panhandle Region to the Ouachita Mountains in Southeastern Oklahoma, and all places in between, our State’s Wildlife Management Areas, Fish Hatcheries, Law Enforcement Officers, Administrative Support Staff, Biologists and Technicians, and Regional offices, offer students, potential, and current employees opportunities to shape their careers while working for the Department.

In order to recruit, hire and retain a professional workforce the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Human Resource Office provides quality service to potential and current employees through compensation, benefits, retirement, policy administration, and education and training opportunities.

Hiring Statement

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation emphasizes a policy of Equal Employment Opportunity. Decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotions, terminations and other terms and conditions of employment, are made without discrimination on grounds of race, color, age, creed or religion, sex, national origin, disability or other factors which cannot be lawfully used as the basis for an employment decision.

The Department hires only U.S. Citizens and aliens authorized to work in the United States. Qualifications, specifications, duties, requirements and salaries are subject to change. Only wage and salary guidelines in effect at time of hiring will apply.

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
Human Resources
1801 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-4640