69th SRM Annual Meeting & Trade Show

Rangelands and Wildlife

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Jan. 31 - Feb. 4, 2016
Corpus Christi, TX


Trailboss Cookbook
Rangeland Jobs
2014 SRM Job and Graduate School Fair Is Waiting For You!!

Get your resume, transcripts and letters of recommendation ready because the 2014 SRM Job Fair is coming soon. So get ready to meet your job destiny at the Job Fair.

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A joint report of the United States Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management (USDI-BLM) and the United States Department of Agriculture—United States Forest Service (USDA-USFS) entitled “Discover—Knowledge Management,” issued in 2005, stated that “Over the next five to eight years, approximately 50 to 80 percent of the employees in the USFS and BLM are eligible to retire.”

The demand for students and young professionals with majors in range science and management and related disciplines remains high. However, the supply of graduating students in these fields appear to be decreasing. The Society for Range Management (SRM) is concerned in meeting the workforce objectives and goals so that management of these lands is well stewarded for the coming generations.

The SRM is addressing this issue by providing an impetus and avenues such as an annual Job Fair and student recruitment event to remedy this challenge. The SRM is extending an invitation to all prospective job seekers.

The 2015 Job Fair will take place Monday, February 2 from 4 pm–7 pm with student recruitment events continuing through Thursday, February 5, 2015. Recruitment for summer and permanent Federal jobs will be conducted through the Federal Pathways Programs. These are challenging days for employment and attending this venue will give you insight on how to steer your career into a bright future. Flexibility, mobility, diversity, and networking are some of the keys to succeeding in the job market in natural resources.

Monday, February 2, 2015, 4-7 p.m.

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 expectations for your future.

Student Preparation is essential for a successful first impression meeting with the recruiter. How will the recruiter remember you or what impression you made on the recruiter so that the hiring official remembers you? The lack of preparation has been very costly to students. For instance, forgetting your transcripts or poor attire. A student should have in their job application packet, a cover letter, resumé, college transcript, military record (if applicable), and letter of recommendation(s) as minimal documentation prior to arriving on site. It’s about your future and the impact you will make on the destiny of natural resource in the world.

Are you the one who will fill the shoes of the old guard and lead the way in the next decades?

Attendance at the annual meeting in the past years were over 1,500 people from all walks of life with a great love for natural resources. Approximately 25 percent of the attendees will be students and young professionals.

For preliminary agency-specific information please contact:

Marc A. Pointel, Volunteer, SRM/BLM Job Fair Coordinator
Bureau of Land Management, Spokane, WA
(509) 448-9988

Special Note:
 The Job Fair is open to all members and non-members.

Job Seekers:  The 2014 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 jlowe@fs.fed.us

2015 Pathways Program

2015 Pathways Program - Internship Opportunities

Pathways Outreach Response Form
USFS Recruitment Information
2014 Recruitment Event USFS/BLM Application
Current USFS Vacancies

Outreach Notice
Rangeland Management Specialist

Bureau of Land Management

WO-220 Rangeland Resources

SRM/BLM Job Fair
Marc A. Pointel - magneticaborealis@gmail.com

2015 Pathways Program
Current BLM vacancies
Careers with the BLM
BLM USAJOBS Help Flyer (pdf)
BLM Jurisdictional Map

BLM Outreach Notices

Management Spc. - Vale District BLM

USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service
Technical Service Provider Program

United States Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources Conservation Service
1400 Independence Ave., S.W.   
South Ag Bldg. Rm 6152
Washington, DC  20250

Voice: (202) 720-5010
FAX: (202) 720-2646

All Other Programs

Marvis Montesano - marvis.montesano@wdc.usda.gov



Workshop Information
Contact 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.

BIABureau of Indian Affairs
BIA NorthWest Region and Haskell Indian College

General Questions: LaDonna Carlisle
Phone: (503) 502-5904

Student Internships:
Brenda Woods-Brown
Program Specialist / Manager

(785) 749-8493


National Park ServiceGrand Teton National Park
National Park Service        

University of Wyoming
Dept. of Ecosystem Science & Management

Laramie, WY
John Tanaka - jtanaka@uwyo.edu

nature conservancy

Peace Corp
Peace Corps Recruiting event at 2015 SRM Job Fair - Northern California


BKS Environmental Associates INC
Gillette, WY
Sydney Gatlin

Available Positions:

Synergy Resource Solutions, Inc.
Belgrade, MT
Jack Alexander - Jack@countgrass.com

Habitat Management
Gillette, WY
Rio Franzman - rfranzman@habitatmanagementinc.com

Available Positions:

Graduate student recruitment at 2015 SRM Job Fair

Agribusiness Division
Spokane Valley, WA
Dan Comingore - Agronomist
Cell: 541-980-4852
Office: 888-800-8459


Research Technician - Summer Job 2014