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Become a Game Warden

We’re looking for new team members who are dedicated to conserving Maine’s fish, wildlife and other natural resources and protecting the people who enjoy them. The title of Maine Game Warden is one of honor and prestige. The next hiring process will begin in April 2020, but it is never too early to start preparing for a career with the Maine Warden Service.

Meet some of Maine’s Game Wardens

Game Warden Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller

Sarah didn’t always know she wanted to be a Game Warden, but she knew she wanted to be involved in a community and help make it a better place. She hopes the current increase of female hunters leads to more female wardens in the future. Read more

Game Warden Scott Stevens

Scott Stevens

After working as a Maine State Trooper for almost 15 years, Scott shifted gears and reapplied to the Maine Warden Service. He hopes the work he does now helps ensure Maine’s fish, wildlife, and other natural resources remain forever. Read more

Game Warden Kris MacCabe

Kris MacCabe

A Maine native, Kris’s enthusiasm for the outdoors inspired him to want to help protect Maine’s resources for generations to come. He hopes future Game Wardens are just as determined to help protect the abundant wildlife we are so fortunate to have. Read more

The Maine Warden Service is responsible for

Law Enforcement
including laws and rules pertaining to inland fishery and wildlife resource management and protection, registration and operation of snowmobiles, watercraft, and all-terrain vehicles, and general laws.

Investigation
of hunting-related shooting incidents and recreational vehicle crashes

Search and Rescue
including coordination and implementation of all operations as specified under section 10105, subsection 4.

Data Collection
as needed for management and protection of inland fisheries and wildlife resources.

Questions? Email Corporal John MacDonald at John.MacDonald@maine.gov