The Job Fair is an exciting place of opportunities for meeting young and mature professionals in various fields related to the management of rangelands. This avenue is an occasion to be at your best in an environment of enthusiasm and high expectation for your future.
Just as rangelands are diverse, so are related careers. Just look at the SRM membership as an example of this diversity! In order to better match job opportunities with job seekers, SRM announces its sixth annual RANGELAND JOB FAIR scheduled for Sunday February 3, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the Student Recruitment Event will continue through Thursday, February 7, 2013.
questions regarding the 2013 SRM Job Fair, contact:
Marc A. Pointel – Volunteer, SRM/BLM Job Fair Coordinator
Tonopah Field Office -
Bureau of Land Management -
Tonopah, NV firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Note: The Job Fair is open to all members and non-members.
Job Seekers: The 2013 Annual Meeting Registration is not required for participation in the Job Fair.
USDA Forest Service Rangelands Program WO DC
includes seasonal positions
James L. Lowe email@example.com
Job Announcement: Range or Soil Scientist - Open through Feb. 15, 2013
Applied research on landscape/watershed efforts related to invasive plant control and assessment of benefits of conservation to support several ongoing efforts including the USDA Conservation Effects Assessment Project, projects with the Bureau of Land Management, and Nevada Department of Wildlife. Please forward announcement to individuals you think might be interested. Job is open from today through February 15, 2013.
The USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Great Basin Rangelands Research Unit in Reno, NV is seeking a full time, permanent Research Rangeland Management Specialist/Research Soil Scientist (announcement number ARS-X13W-0020). This position support ARS National Programs 215 Pasture, Forages, and Rangeland Systems and 304 Crop Protection and Quarantine. More Information
PREPARING FOR ACADEMIC INTERVIEWS
Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013; 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Workshop Information
Dr. Megan Clayton, Assistant Professor & Extension Range Specialist
Texas AgriLife Extension Service/Department of Ecosystem Science and Management MKDominguez@ag.tamu.edu or 361-265-9203.
Bureau of Indian Affairs
BIA NorthWest Region and Haskell Indian College