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Updated Jan 13, 2015
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    BLM Alaska Smokejumpers Interview

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    I applied mid December 2014. Mid. January 2015 recieved a phone call from the selecting officiall stating that. my application has been refered and to see if im still interested in the posstion. Although i have 14 seasons of fire experience, but i was out of fire for a few seasons. I was told that i would not get hired becuause ive been out of fire for a period of time. So basically it doesnt matter how much experience you have if you been out of fire for a while they wont even look at you.

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    • no questions were asked. it was not an interview. it was just an intest call. and that they dont hire people thats been out of fire for a while.. even though i have 14 years of wildland firefighting expeeience   View Answer
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Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1946
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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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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