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    One of the most Fair interviews

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    Current Employee - GIS Specialist in Jupiter, FL
    Current Employee - GIS Specialist in Jupiter, FL

    I have been working at US Bureau of Land Management full-time (less than an year)


    Its a great place to start if you are a GIS Specialist. I'll have plenty of room to grow and can really go places.
    If you were in the Active Duty Service you can add those years to your overall work years.
    Great pay!


    Getting in could be a little tricky.
    UNFORTUNATLY ALL their jobs/Positions are WEST of the Mississippi. It will suck if you cant pack up and move out West. :/

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    Keep doing a good job and don't hesitate to aid/give tips to you newly added Staff. They'll thank you!!! :)

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US Bureau of Land Management Interviews

Updated Jul 22, 2014
Updated Jul 22, 2014

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    Range Technician Interview

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    Easy interview, wanted to make sure you could pass the Physical tests Questions on being available.

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Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1946
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

From the mountains to the prairies, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is on the lookout. Started in 1946, the BLM manages about 250 million acres of public land (about 13% of total US land surface) and 700 million acres of subsurface mineral estate, most of it in Alaska and other western states. The bureau also performs soil and watershed management on more than 260 million acres, administers some 57 million acres of commercial forest, and is responsible for fire protection and wildfire management of public lands in Alaska and the West. Part of the Department of the... More

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