Careers at New Hampshire Fish and Game

Job Openings at New Hampshire Fish and Game

Employment with NH Fish and Game opens up an exciting and unique opportunity to help further our mission to safeguard the state’s fish, wildlife, and marine resources. Start an exciting career that will have a direct impact on New Hampshire’s natural environment. Our positions include a diverse variety of fields such as wildlife and fisheries biology, communications, engineering and facilities management, education, law enforcement, business administration, and more.

In addition to a team-oriented, exciting, and rewarding career, the State of New Hampshire also offers an excellent benefits package that includes generous health insurance, dental insurance, a pension plan, and an unmatched paid leave program.


Current Job Openings at NH Fish and Game:

Date Posted: 04/03/2024
Job ID: 39721
Title: Public Works Project Manager IV- Facilities Chief
Starting Pay: $33.47- $45.72 Hourly
Closes: 06/05/2024

Date Posted: 06/07/2024
Job ID: 40978
Title: Public Works Manager
Starting Pay: $33.47- $52.41 Hourly
Closes: 07/25/2024


Date Posted: 05/29/2024
Job ID: 40689
Title: Fish Culturist IV
Starting Pay: $19.57-$25.89 Hourly
Closes: 06/11/2024

Date Posted: 05/07/2024
Job ID: 40418
Title: Auto Mechanic
Starting Pay: $19.57 - $ 25.89 Hourly
Closes: 06/11/2024


Apply Online

Candidates should apply online by visiting the NH State Jobs website and searching the appropriate job title listed above.
Applicants should be prepared to:

  • Create an online profile
  • Fill out the online application
  • Attach transcripts (if applicable)
  • Attach a resume and cover letter
  • Provide any additional documents such as certifications

Learn more about becoming a NH Conservation Officer by visiting the Law Enforcement Careers page.

Documents which cannot be attached to your online application may be mailed to:

NH Fish and Game Department
Human Resources
11 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301
or email


Describe your training and experience!

Note that candidates must describe their training and experience fully on the Application for Employment. This is the information upon which the review of qualifications is based.

Positions do not require residency in the State of New Hampshire at the time of application submittal.


Volunteer at Fish and Game

One way to learn more about the work of Fish and Game is to volunteer for the Department. Hundreds of individuals volunteer each year in many different capacities. Learn more about volunteer opportunities at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.


Human Resources at Fish and Game

Fish and Game employs over 180 full-time staff in its headquarters and regional offices, plus many part-time or seasonal workers. As a State agency, Fish and Game's job descriptions and qualifications are established by the NH Department of Administrative Services Division of Personnel. You can find a State job application, current listings for all state agencies, personnel rules and class specifications at the Division of Personnel website.