Governor Kristi Noem’s goal is to create a culture in state government centered around servant leadership, the voters, and the taxpayers. South Dakota ranks among the top in the nation when it comes to unemployment rates, has a higher-than-average labor participation rate, and is proud to be a right-to-work state. South Dakota’s low cost of living, reasonable regulatory climate, and good quality of life are just a few of the reasons to consider living and working here.
Whether you are searching for a job, posting a job, or just looking for employment opportunities in South Dakota, start your search here. Our state is committed to promoting job opportunities for individuals and businesses through quality and responsive business practices. For more information or to learn more about South Dakota, please visit www.sd.gov. To view our available positions, please visit http://bhr.sd.gov/workforus.
The State of South Dakota has job openings across the state in a variety of career fields. The State of South Dakota offers paid employee health insurance plus ten paid holidays; generous vacation leave accrual; and medical, dental, vision, and other benefits. New jobs posted daily at http://bhr.sd.gov/workforus. Sign up for our mailing list at http://tinyurl.com/getnotifiedSDjobs. List of newly posted jobs sent every week!
Forest Health Intern
May 2020 - August 2020
Rapid City, SD
“I loved the freedom I had to explore as much as I could. I spent many of my days scrambling over boulders in Custer State Park searching for Limber Pine for my supervisor. I was able to core trees to tell their age and found a few that were 180 years old. I also got to monitor for and experience the tragedy that the Ips beetle is having on the trees in Custer State Park. One of my favorite things was seeing the amazing wildlife while working. My favorite sighting was a baby mountain goat that was literally 10 feet away from me. ”
May 1982 - August 1982
“I worked for the Office of Energy Policy. I entered in data from the State institutions to study energy consumption. I plotted out the usage on graphs using a dot matrix printer. The code was written in BASIC on a Pet Commodore with a cassette drive for storage. ”