The Uinta National Forest is seeking individuals who are in a low income bracket to work under the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
This program provides part-time employment and training opportunities for elderly people through the Forest Service. Enrollees can work a maximum of 1,300 hours per year or 20 hours per week.Employment opportunities are available for people with skills such as carpentry, welding, plumbing, electrical, sign construction, landscaping and gardening and clerical/reception duties.
Positions are available at Heber, Pleasant Grove and Spanish Fork ranger stations.
Applicants must be 55 years of age or older and can make no more than 25 percent above the current poverty-level guidelines. For more information, call Mary Jane Baker or Jim Dunford at 377-5780.