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The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will
hold a standardized
pre-employment examination Friday, Sept. 26, at the Tom Steed
Development Center Auditorium at Rose State College.
The exam is for individuals seeking employment as fisheries or
biologists, game wardens, hatchery managers, technicians and
and education specialists. It will cover state and federal wildlife
and regulations, Oklahoma geography, biological and environmental
sciences relating to fish, wildlife and environmental education,
photojournalism, technical writing and editing.
Individuals may take the exam once in a 12-month period, and test
are valid for 12 months from the test date. Applications for
will be sent to individuals with the top 25 scores. Taking the exam
not guarantee employment, nor does the exam necessarily indicate the
Department currently has openings. Interviews will be scheduled only
an opening is available.
The Tom Steed Development Center Auditorium is north of Interstate
the intersection of I-40 and Hudiburg Rd. in Midwest City. The doors
close promptly at 10 a.m. Those arriving after 10 a.m. will not be
permitted to take the exam.
For more information about the exam or hiring process, contact the
Resources office at (405) 521-4640 or check the Department's Web