In the Wild with Greg Wagner


 This note comes to us from Ted Blume of our Game and Parks Law Enforcement Division …  


As you may have heard, we have initiated a hiring process to fill four of our current Conservation Officer vacancies. 

Conservation officers Bill Krause (left) and Mike Luben (right) checking anglers. Photo courtesy of Duane Arp.

As is always the case, other agency staff may receive questions regarding the hiring process or may know of individuals who are interested in applying.  

Conservation officer Russ Mort inspecting a taxidermy business. Photo courtesy of Duane Arp.

To that end and in light of the new requirements for online applications exclusively we ask that you direct anyone who asks about the application process or who might be interested to the website under Job Title: Game and Parks Conservation Officer and Job Code: 201000677 for information on the selection process, examples of work, and knowledge, skills and abilities applicable to the positions: 

  • Select “External Job Opportunities”
  • Scroll to bottom of page and enter “Conservation Officer” in the “Key words” search box
  • The job listing will be pulled up at the bottom of the next page which can be clicked on to access the position information page on which there is also a link to “Apply”

Conservation officer Jeff Clauson delivers an educational program to a civic organization.

Thank you for your assistance with the Conservation Officer hiring process…………..  


Ted Blume  


Law Enforcement Division  

Nebraska Game and Parks Commission  


Phone:  (402)471-5531  

FAX:  (402)471-5590


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