The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is currently on the lookout for individuals who are passionate about the outdoors and are interested in pursuing a career that is full of adventure and excitement.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is currently searching for cadets to become Natural Resources Officers. These officers will receive training to safeguard and monitor Ohio’s state parks, forests, natural preserves, and waterways. The main duty of these officers will be to protect and patrol these areas.

According to Mary Mertz, the Director of ODNR, Natural Resources Officers play a crucial role in providing guests with safe and memorable experiences. She emphasized the importance of their dedication to service and safety, as it is essential to the mission of the organization. The team is eagerly anticipating the addition of exceptional individuals to their ranks.

The ODNR states that the Natural Resources Officer role is best suited for those who are passionate about being outdoors and wish to spend their professional life surrounded by nature. The ideal candidate for this position is someone who is an active person and enjoys spending time in the great outdoors.

ODNR announced that as a Natural Resources Officer, one will be responsible for patrolling Ohio’s diverse landscapes, performing law enforcement duties, providing public service, education, and maintaining public relations.

Applications for the ODNR are currently being accepted from now until August 4th.

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