Missouri Department of Conservation accepting applications in July for next officer training academy

The Missouri Department of Conservation is currently recruiting and accepting online applications to fill a class of trainee conservation officers.

Successful candidates will undergo 26 weeks of intense training in all facets of law enforcement and resource management/conservation. After graduating, newly appointed conservation officers receive a county assignment and become the face of conservation in their communities – fairly enforcing Missouri’s wildlife code to promote voluntary compliance and serve the public “off the trail beaten”.

Get more information about essential agent job duties, education requirements, experience and knowledge needed, skills and abilities required, physical abilities required, salary and benefits, how to apply , terms of employment, and more, online at this link

For more information on the job, contact Major Brian Ham of the MDC Protection Directorate at 573-751-4115, ext. 3819 or [email protected].

Want to know more about the work of conservation officers? Watch these MDC videos with Conservation Officer Matt Smith on this link on youtube and MDC conservation officer Lexis Riter at this link on youtube.

(Photo courtesy of Missouri Department of Conservation)

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