US Bureau of Land Management
3.6 of 5 27 reviews
www.blm.gov Washington, DC 5000+ Employees
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I performed Cadastral surveying work throughout the state.

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Pros: I liked the eight, ten-hour days in a row of work because it meant we got six days off before doing it again. Full Review

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Seasonal Park Ranger - Hourly

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$16.01/hr
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Range Technician - Hourly

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$14.34/hr
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Secretary

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$39,781
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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Dickinson, ND – Reviewed Mar 28, 2013

Interview Details – Applied online in 8/2012, on 11/2/2012 received email notification "You were rated among the best qualified candidates and your application has been referred to the selecting official." On 11/09/2012 telephone interview was scheduled for 12/03/2012.

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