Indiana Department of Natural Resources

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    Current Employee - Housekeeper in Bloomington, IN
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    I have been working at Indiana Department of Natural Resources full-time (less than an year)

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    nice environment friendly people very little is expected of employees outside job duties

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    low pay and bad attitudes among some staff

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Website www.in.gov/dnr
Headquarters Indianapolis, IN
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 1938
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is Mother Nature's right-hand man. The state agency is charged with protecting, enhancing, and preserving Indiana's natural, cultural, and recreational resources. To this end, it conducts many tasks, including maintaining state parks, forests, and recreation areas; protecting Indiana's water resources; solving soil erosion and sediment problems; supporting healthy fish and wildlife populations; and conducting hunter, boater, snowmobile, and trapper education. Additionally, it inspects and licenses nursery stock; and inspects and... More

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