Human Resources - Jobs
The Department of Natural Resources' Human Resources Program provides assistance to the Division of Administrative Support and the department's 1,500+ employees. As part of the Division of Administrative Support, our program administers the personnel policies and procedures of the department and the State of Missouri. Our Human Resources Program works to ensure the needs of our employees and our future employees -- our customers -- are met so they can take care of their customers, the citizens of Missouri.
If you are a visitor to this site, we invite you to learn more about our agency as well as the benefits of working within the department. We appreciate your feedback and will be happy to answer any questions you may have for us.
The mission of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources is to protect our air, land and water; preserve our unique natural and historic places; and provide recreational and learning opportunities for everyone.
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Our Employment Information
The Department of Natural Resources falls under the state Office of Administration’s Merit System application process. Learn how to apply through this system, which class titles to apply for based on your education and experience, what to expect after you’ve applied, and what happens when a vacant position opens.
Tell us More about You!
We want to learn more about you! Share your degree, job interests, resume' and transcripts with the department's recruiter so we may contact you personally about job opportunities within the Department of Natural Resources.
Now Hiring - Division Director
Seeking an energetic, self-motivated individual to serve in the role of Director for the Division of Administrative Support, headquartered in Jefferson City. The position will oversee all administrative functions for the department, including but not limited to budget development and financial resource allocations, internal audit, accounting, human resources, procurement, grants management and general services. Deadline for application is May 22, 2017
Now Hiring - Legal Counsel
Seeking two attorneys to join the General Counsel’s Office as full-time Legal Counsel in our Jefferson City office. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience in environmental law or similar experience in administrative or natural resources law. Experience in one or more of the following areas is preferred: air, water, or underground storage tanks; cultural resources and historic preservation; premises liability; procurement and government contracts; or real estate.
Curious about the status of a vacant position within the Department of Natural Resources? If you have recently applied for or interviewed for a position within the department you may continue to check the status of that vacancy on the department's website.
Merit EASe Application
The first step to be considered for employment by an agency using the Merit System is to complete and submit an Application for Employment. There are two methods of applying for Merit System positions, either via paper application or by using the state's electronic application System (EASe).
Careers and Recruitment
Careers with the Department of Natural Resources involve using a wide variety of scientific and technical skills. In addition to math, science and engineering fields, there are opportunities in other job fields that support the department's efforts, including accounting, data management, computer systems, program management, legal counsel and public policy.
The Department of Natural Resources attends multiple career fairs across the state to encourage candidates to apply for positions within the department.
The Department of Natural Resources offers a generous benefits package for full time employees.
The MO Careers website provides a list of open state government positions across Missouri. The Department of Natural Resources posts positions on this site occasionally.
Summer Professional Development Program (Internships)
The Department of Natural Resources offers a Summer Professional Development Program that is designed to provide college students with real-life experience working alongside the department’s engineers, scientists, natural resource managers and other professionals.
Transfer or Reemployment
The Department of Natural Resources' current or previous employees may seek reemployment or transfer positions within the department.
The Department of Natural Resources provides opportunities for temporary employment, including seasonal employment in Missouri State Parks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a question for the Department of Natural Resources? We've completed a list of the most frequently asked questions.
Contact Our Recruiter
Still have additional questions, comments or want to share upcoming recruitment events with the Department of Natural Resources?