The Pennsylvania Game Commission has a duty to manage the commonwealth's wild birds and mammals for current and future generations and is looking for men and women willing to make a career-long commitment to this mission. If you are interested in a unique law enforcement career, take time to review the information below and consider if this demanding, but fulfilling lifestyle is for you.
Wildlife Conservation Officer Cadets will attend Ross Leffler School of Conservation in Harrisburg. The agency will continue to seek qualified candidates who have a genuine interest in becoming a Pennsylvania Game Warden.
All positions require possession of an active hunting license for two years. No two licenses can be valid for any portion of the same time period. Licenses need not be consecutive years or seasons. These licenses must be attached to your application.
To be eligible to test you must meet one of the following; have completed 60 college credits, have two years and a minimum of 400 service hours as a commissioned Deputy Game Warden for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have four years of active duty military service with honorable discharge, have two years of service as a conservation law enforcement officer with a wildlife agency