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Position Announcement: Rangeland Fire and Wildlife Ecologist, Kansas Forest Service, Department of Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources, Kansas State University

Fulltime term appointment with the Kansas Forest Service, Kansas State University subject to the availability of grant funds. This position will be responsible for developing prescribed burn plans fiscally supported via contractual arrangement with Pheasants Forever. Prescribed fire outreach for Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands and other range lands, where applicable, in support of the State’s interest in protecting, enhancing and expanding Lesser Prairie Chicken habitat. Major activities will include writing prescribed burn plans, promoting prescribed fire, and establishing conservation and woody plant abatement practices for landowners. In addition this position will be responsible for developing local community support for, and awareness of, lesser prairie chicken habitat needs and associated conservation efforts, and will negotiate complex and innovative solutions with government agencies and landowners to conserve key habitats. The position will also lead a program to promote safe burning practices to volunteer fire departments.

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Position Announcement: BLM Range Management DHA Internship – Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative, Multiple Locations.

The Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative (IIC) at Southern Utah University is seeking qualified applicants for 5 Range Management internships under the BLM Direct Hire Authority-Resource Assistant Internship Program. These internships are competitive and rigorous project-based experiences and will be at least 11 weeks during summer 2015. The target participants for the program are current college students or recent college graduates (seniors/graduates preferred). The BLM is committed to attracting, recruiting, and hiring qualified candidates for mission critical and hard-to-fill occupations. The internship is an opportunity to bring new and diverse viewpoints to the BLM. Upon successful completion, the intern may be eligible for the Resource Assistant Direct Hire Authority, a direct springboard into a career with the Bureau.

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Position Announcement: Assistant Professor, Crop & Soil Sciences or Animal & Rangeland Sciences, Eastern Oregon Ag & Natural Resource Program, Oregon State University, La Grande, Oregon.

Responsibilities include teaching, advising, and interacting with undergraduate and graduate students; competing effectively for external funding; and working with stakeholders to implement a balanced program of fundamental and applied research directed toward the interactions of water, soil, vegetation, animals, and climate endemic to Eastern Oregon and regionally to the Intermountain West. Position is a full-time, 9-month tenure-track position. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

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Position Announcement: Assistant Professor and Extension Rangeland Brush/Weed Management Specialist, New Mexico State University

The Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources, New Mexico State University, seeks to fill a 12-month, tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor / Specialist rank. This position will have 80% Cooperative Extension and 20% research responsibilities and will be located in Las Cruces, NM.  The position will conduct extension and outreach programs designed to address and solve critical issues and problems associated with NM rangelands as well as conduct applied research that is closely linked to the extension program.

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Position Announcement: Range Ecologist – Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, Montrose CO

Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, in partnership with the Natural Resource Conservation Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service – Partners for Wildlife, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife, seek a full-time range ecologist to work on delivering conservation efforts for the Gunnison Sage Grouse. The position will be based out of the NRCS Field Office in Montrose, Colorado. Please visit www.rmbo.org for full announcement. Submission deadline: March 11, 2015.

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Position Announcement: Research Technician – Faculty Position in Rangeland Ecology and/or Environmental Science

The Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah invites applications for a full-time faculty position in rangeland ecology and/or environmental science. The candidate will teach one or two courses per semester, will conduct a research program leading to publications in peer-reviewed journals, and will mentor graduate and undergraduate students. Applicants must have a PhD degree in rangeland ecology, environmental science, or a closely related field and be committed to excellence in teaching and mentoring.

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Position Announcement: Research Technician – Temporary, Arizona Strip, The University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources and the Environment

The Research Technician will assist with standard sampling procedures for inventory and monitoring of soils and vegetation on rangeland ecosystems. The position is with Arizona Cooperative Extension, but is based in St George, Utah with most field work occurring on lands administered by the BLM Arizona Strip District Office. Employment will be full time for 1 year. Continued employment depends on future funding. Minimum of B.S. degree in rangeland/natural resources/agriculture or 4 years experience is required. The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA - M/W/D/V Employer.

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Position Announcement: Sycan Marsh Preserve Manager, Oregon

The Sycan Marsh Preserve Manager oversees the development, implementation and coordination of restoration activities and management of the 30,000 acre Sycan Marsh Preserve in south central Oregon. At Sycan Marsh, s/he will coordinate grazing, forestry, weed control and fire operations and associated land management activities. Within the Preserve, s/he will provide trainings and represent TNC.

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Position Announcement: Department Head, Forest and Rangeland Stewardship, Colorado State University

The Department Head is the lead administrator of the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship within the Warner College of Natural Resources. The Department Head is primarily responsible for leadership and administration of teaching, research, extension, and service activities of departmental personnel. This is a full-time, 12-month appointment.

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Position Announcement: Assistant Professor of Rangeland and Forest Watershed Management (position number 1097), University of Wyoming

The Department of Ecosystem Science and Management (ESM) of the University of Wyoming is recruiting a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor of Rangeland and Forest Watershed Management with a 45% Teaching, 45% Research, and 10% Service appointment. ESM is an interdisciplinary department, offering degrees in Soil Science, Entomology, Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management, and Agroecology, and several undergraduate minors including Forest Resources and Reclamation and Restoration Ecology.

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Position Announcement: Assistant Professor, College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal and Rangeland Science, Oregon State University Extension Service

Oregon State University Extension Service is recruiting for a full time (1.00FTE) Assistant Professor (Practice) in the College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal and Rangeland Science. This position will serve the Baker and Union Counties. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

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Position Announcement: Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist in Rangeland Management, University of California - Davis

The Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis, seeks to fill an 11-month, career-track position at the Assistant Specialist in Cooperative Extension rank. This academic position has 100% Cooperative Extension (CE) responsibilities and will be located in the Department of Plant Sciences in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CA&ES) at UC Davis. The candidate will conduct applied research that is closely linked to an extension and outreach program designed to address and solve critical issues and problems associated with rangelands, particularly to optimize management strategies for the dual uses of ranch enterprise economic viability and enhancement of ecosystem services.

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Position Announcement: Research Soil Scientist, Research Rangeland Management Specialist, Agricultural Research Service, USDA

The Southern Plains Range Research Station, Woodward, OK is recruiting for a research scientist that will serve on a team of scientists to improve cool and warm-season grass management by researching rangeland and pasture management using traditional and novel techniques; conduct area-wide research identifying management alternatives that benefit soil health; conduct fundamental and applied research in range and soils management, with an emphasis on assessing and predicting ecosystems processes.

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Position Announcement: Range and Forage Production Manager, U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, University of Nebraska, Clay Center, NE

Incumbent will promote and monitor a comprehensive pasture/forage management system as part of a 35,000 acre livestock research facility. Position provides expertise and guidance with the utilization of rain-fed cool & warm season pastures and provides expertise with the selection and utilization of irrigated annual and perennial forages. Position projects feed requirements of grazing livestock and potential forage production. Candidate will also organize and implement educational programs for USMARC personnel involved with grazing livestock. The USMARC grazing/forage vision is to minimize mechanically harvested forages while promoting/maintaining soil and pasture health.

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Position Announcement: Park Land Manager, Travis County, Texas

Manages undeveloped County parks and conservation lands, including greenways, floodplain buyout and hazard mitigation properties. Responsible for developing plans for prescribed fire, fuel management, smoke management, and wildland fire mitigation. Manages property boundaries and resolves trespass disputes. Plans, manages and directs land management activities including vegetation restoration, invasive species control, and enhancement of wildlife habitat. Coordinates and supervises park land management activities and operations; coordinates activities with other divisions, outside agencies and the general public; and provides highly responsible and complex staff assistance to assigned senior management staff. Coordinates and communicates with contractors, neighbors, other agencies, special interest groups, and the news media, as it relates to land management activities in County parks and conservation lands.

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Position Announcement: University of Idaho – Director of the Policy Analysis Group

The College of Natural Resources (www.cnr.uidaho.edu), University of Idaho, invites applications for a full time, 12 month tenure track position as Associate/Professor of Natural Resource Policy and Management, and Director of the Policy Analysis Group. The position will be a part of the Conservation Social Sciences department and will report directly to the Dean of the College of Natural resources. This program was established by the Idaho Legislature in 1989, and serves as the primary research agency of the State of Idaho on natural resources issues. We seek a faculty member to join and help shape our interdisciplinary department of social scientists, and engage in research and teaching on how social and biophysical sciences interact to influence the management of natural resources in Idaho and the region. It is the only position in state government that provides services to the legislature and the state’s natural resource management agencies. The director oversees PAG operations and conducts policy analysis research on natural resource management and land-use policy issues important to the citizens of Idaho.

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Position Announcement: University of Idaho - Assistant/Associate Professor of Natural Resource Economics

Assistant professor appointments to this rank normally require the doctorate or appropriate terminal degree. Evidence of potential effective teaching and potential scholarship in teaching and learning, artistic creativity, discovery, and outreach/application/engagement is a prerequisite to appointment to the rank of assistant professor. Appointees in this rank have charge of instruction in assigned classes or laboratories and independent or shared responsibility in the determination of course objectives, methods of teaching, and the subject matter to be covered. Assistant professors are expected to demonstrate the ability to conduct and direct scholarly activities, and to provide intramural and extramural professional service.

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Position Announcement: The Nature Conservancy, Rangeland Ecologist - Provencher

The Nature of Conservancy in Reno, Nevada is hiring for a 2-year part-time Rangeland Ecologist position with benefits (#42462).  For the ideal candidate location may be negotiated and travel is expected.  Position provides scientific support in rangeland ecology and management, especially with intermountain west grazing systems, for existing state-and-transition simulation modeling with ST-Sim software, and raster and statistical analyses in R code for rangeland projects where greater sage-grouse is a critical issue.  Apply at https://careers.nature.org.

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Position Announcement: Samual Roberts Noble Foundation, Research Associate 1

Position: Senior Research Associate 1
Position ID: AG-374


The Agricultural Division of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. is seeking applicants for the position of Senior Research Associate 1. The Foundation has state-of- the-art research and greenhouse facilities, and modern laboratory and office areas. Research related to this position will be conducted in the research group of Dr. James Rogers. The incumbent will be responsible for the day to day activities of two grazing experiments. Experiment one will examine the benefits and or the detriments of the use of summer cover crops on winter wheat forage production in clean-till and no-till winter pasture systems that are grazed by stocker cattle. Experiment two will be a cow/calf experiment evaluating forage based winter feeding systems that will test the economics and animal performance of a combination of forages in a system against a typical winter hay feeding system.

This Senior Research Associate 1 position is funded through an internal research initiative. The Noble Foundation’s Forage365 research initiative aims to provide a sustainable, year-round grazing system. Funding for this position will be available in January 2015. Funding is anticipated to be renewed annually based upon performance and funding availability and is scheduled to end on or before December 31, 2017.

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Position Announcement: Samual Roberts Noble Foundation, Research Associate 1-FTT

Position: Research Associate 1-FTT
Position ID: AG-375


The Agricultural Division of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., is seeking a Research Associate 1. The Foundation has state-of-the-art research and greenhouse facilities, several research farms and ranches, modern laboratory and office areas and offers excellent benefits. The incumbent will perform a wide range of duties in the field and office which may include but are not limited to the collection of soil and vegetation samples, making measurements of vegetation characteristics on the ground and from imagery using conventional vegetation measurement techniques and remote sensing methods.

This Research Associate 1 position is funded through an internal research initiative. The Noble Foundation’s Forage365 research initiative aims to provide a sustainable, year-round grazing system. Funding for this position will be available in January 2015. Funding is anticipated to be renewed annually based upon performance and funding availability and is scheduled to end on or before December 31, 2017.

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Position Announcement: Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor, University of CA - UC Davis, Modoc County

The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, a statewide program with local development and delivery, is seeking a Cooperative Extension Advisor to conduct an extension, education and applied research program that will focus on livestock production including nutrition, herd health and management, forage production, invasive species, and grazing management.  This advisor will also have a natural resource component to their program and address water quality, soil quality, wildlife habitat and management as well as forage production and grazing strategies that support ecosystem services.

For a full position vacancy announcement and application procedures, please visit our website http://ucanr.edu/jobs. To assure full consideration, application packets should be submitted by October 24, 2014 to anracademicsearch@ucop.edu.  Each application packet must contain a UC Academic application, CV or resume, copies of transcripts and a cover letter.  Please refer to AP#13-27.

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Position Announcement: Three Tenure-Track Positions, Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Oklahoma State University – Stillwater, Oklahoma

The Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Oklahoma State University is seeking applicants for a cluster hire of 3 tenure-track positions in the arena for forage systems, pastures and rangelands, and range beef cattle nutrition to establish an interdisciplinary, integrated team focused on improving and sustaining the forage-livestock systems central to Oklahoma and Southern Great Plains agriculture.  These three positions will be 11 month, tenure-track appointments at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. http://hr.dasnr.okstate.edu/vacant-positions/administrative-faculty-vacancies - APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sept. 30, 2014, or until a suitable candidate is identified.

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Position Announcement:Program Coordinator, V Bar V Ranch Experiment Station, University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources and the Environment

Salary Range $29,443-$35,552 annually - Available ~ Oct 2014 - Apply only at  https://www.uacareertrack.com, click “Search Postings”, then paste 55406 in “Job Number” - The successful candidate will work closely with the Rangeland Management Specialist at the V Bar V Ranch Experiment Station to develop and deliver extension programming.  This person will assume responsibility for Range Rocks!, an outdoor-oriented youth education program primarily focused on rangeland ecology and management. Subject matter may include grazing animal nutrition, ecological monitoring, or application of technology in agriculture and natural resources.  Educational activities coordinated by the incumbent will take place in both indoor and outdoor “classrooms”. Students in this extension program learn hands-on “real life” skills; in the field as much as possible.

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Position Announcement: The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., Ardmore, Oklahoma, Ag Research Associate

The Agricultural Division of the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc., Ardmore, Oklahoma, is seeking an Ag Research Associate to support research in the area of range ecology research focused on evaluation of new vegetation measurement technologies. The incumbent will perform a wide range of duties in the field and office which may include but are not limited to the collection of soil and vegetation samples, making measurements of vegetation characteristics, refurbishing and deploying Global Positioning System (GPS) collars, and assisting with ground support to collect very large-scale aerial (VLSA) imagery. The incumbent will record and organize data using spreadsheets, Geographic Information System (GIS), GPS, image analysis software, and digital data loggers, and performs basic statistical analyses of these data. The incumbent will use GIS to geo-reference VLSA imagery. The incumbent documents methods used in collecting, preparing and analyzing experimental data. This temporary position is funded through a grant from the USDA. The funding for this position is to be renewed annually based upon performance and funding availability and is scheduled to end on or before February 14, 2018.

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Position Announcement: Director, Hopland Research and Extension Center

The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), a statewide program with local development and delivery, is seeking a Director for the Hopland Research and Extension Center (HREC). HREC serves as a national and international center for research, extension and education related to the management and function of woodland and grassland ecosystems. The Director provides leadership in research and extension program development and fosters cooperative delivery across the ANR academic network.   The Director is also responsible for developing and implementing an applied research and educational outreach program.

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Position Announcement: Department Head, Animal & Range Sciences. New Mexico State University

Department Head. Animal & Range Sciences. New Mexico State University. Tenure track 12 month, full time. Ph.D. in animal science, range science or related field and qualify for a tenured appointment at the rank of full professor. Applicants must have a national/international record of scholarly achievement in research and/or instruction and have excellent written and oral communication skills; must provide demonstrable evidence of effective administrative experience and collaborative leadership abilities. Administrative duties include, but are not limited to: personnel management, program evaluation, maintaining and expanding departmental facilities, faculty, staff, and administering departmental programs. Application must be submitted online by: 11/1/2014. Screening of applications will begin 11/3/14. For complete job description, qualifications and application process visit: http://hr.nmsu.edu/jobs/. Posting #1400132F

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Position Announcement: Extension Livestock Specialist, New Mexico State University

Extension Livestock Specialist. Extension Animal & Natural Resources, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Tenure track, 12 month full time. 100% extension appointment.  Ph.D. in Animal Science or related field. Emphasis in beef cattle nutrition and management preferred.  Must have degree in have by hire date. Share responsibilities for statewide Extension educational programs. Serve as resource person and make interpretations and recommendations in livestock production and financial management; serve as liaison with the livestock industry, statewide organizations and other agriculture groups related to livestock production. Participate in ranch livestock production demonstrations and/or demonstrational research projects as appropriate including but not limited to range nutrition, poisonous plants, herd health, and range management. Travel is required, valid driver’s license is required. Online application must be submitted by 9/05/2014. For complete job description, qualifications and application process visit: http://hr.nmsu.edu/jobs/. CES tab- posting # 1400075F

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Position Announcement: Assistant Professor, Oregon State University, Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences

The Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor Position. It is expected that this appointment, with focus on Forage/Livestock, Teaching, and Research, will find support for and mentor graduate students as part of both research and teaching components.

Salary for an additional two months will be provided in at least the first two years of employment as part of the start-up package. Subsequently, the faculty member will be expected to obtain funds for summer salary through grants, contracts, fees or other sources.

This position will focus on grazing-based, sustainable ruminant production systems. It is intended to address important needs of society (such as food security, health, food quality and safety, environmental health) and stakeholder-oriented research that meets the needs of farmers, and ranchers in Oregon.

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Position Announcement: Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences

The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, a statewide program with lTenure Track Position- Forest and Range Soils:  Full-time, academic year, tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences (NRES) Department at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California. Beginning date is 01-05-2015 but no later than 09-14-2015. This position is a full-time teaching appointment with expectations for professional development through research or project work. Rank and salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Position Announcement: Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor Serving Modoc County

The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, a statewide program with local development and delivery, is seeking a Cooperative Extension Advisor to conduct an extension, education and applied research program that will focus on livestock production including nutrition, herd health and management, forage production, invasive species, and grazing management.  This advisor will also have a natural resource component to their program and address water quality, soil quality, wildlife habitat and management as well as forage production and grazing strategies that support ecosystem services.

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Position Announcement: Assistant Professor / Range Scientist, School of Natural Resource Sciences, North Dakota State University

North Dakota State University is seeking applicants for an Assistant Professor / Range Scientist, School of Natural Resource Sciences. Job responsibilities for the Range Scientist include developing a regionally and nationally recognized research program in rangeland ecology, restoration ecology, ecosystem management and habitat management; and collaboratively acquire extramural funding to support the research program; and teach one undergraduate course in sampling techniques and develop one graduate level research design course in range/natural resource management. For a full listing of the responsibilities and qualifications, and to apply, visit http://jobs.ndsu.edu/postings/4731. Screening of applications will begin on July 15, 2014, but applications will continue to be accepted until an adequate pool is established. NDSU is an AA/EEO employer, women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Women and traditionally underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

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Position Announcement: Range and Forage Management Specialist, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska

The Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska, is accepting applications for a Range and Forage Management Specialist, a 50% research, 50% extension,  twelve-month, tenure-leading faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture and located at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center (PHREC) in Scottsbluff, NE.  Tenure home for this position is the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, with administrative assignment to the PHREC.   Focus of extension and research programs will be on grazing management, rangeland health, ecosystem services and alternative uses of native rangeland, pastureland, and forage crops in western Nebraska.

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Position Announcement: Area Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor, San Benito, Monterey & Santa Cruz Counties, CA

The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, a statewide program with local development and delivery, is seeking a Cooperative Extension Advisor to conduct an extension, education and applied research program that will focus on livestock production and marketing, food safety, herd health and management, forage production, invasive species, and grazing management.  This advisor will also have a natural resource component to their program and address water quality, soil quality, wildlife habitat and management as well as forage production and grazing strategies that support ecosystem services.

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Position Announcement: Montana State University Extension Sheep Specialist

Extension Sheep Specialist (Assistant or Associate Professor of Sheep and Wool Production), Department of Animal and Range Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, USA. Tenure track, 12-month full time, can be hired at assistant professor or associate professor level depending upon professional qualifications. Position is 77% Extension teaching, 13% research, and 10% service. Earned PhD in Animal Science or closely related field required at hire date. Incumbent will provide educational leadership to individuals and organizations related to sheep and wool production and management, including county/reservation Extension faculty; livestock producers; youth; state livestock and commodity organizations; and related industries or organizations. Incumbent also will provide leadership and supervise activities at the Montana Wool Lab, one of only two active university wool laboratories in the US. Screening of applications will begin on July 1, 2014, but applications will continue to be accepted until an adequate pool is established.

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Position Announcement: Grassland Management Graduate Certificate

Want to further your education regarding grasslands of the Great Plains?  Earn a graduate certificate from Kansas State University, University of Nebraska, Oklahoma State University, or South Dakota State University.  All courses are offered online.  Courses offered during the fall semester 2013 include Grassland Fire Ecology and Ecology of Invasive Species. Learn more about this graduate certificate at: www.agidea.org/programs/grass.

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Rangeland Management Specialist, New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts, Portales, NM Amy Erickson, (620) 432-1050, amy.erickson@nm.nacdnet.net 04/05/15
Ecologist Position, Canyonlands Research Station, Moab, Utah Michael Duniway, (435) 719-2330, mduniway@usgs.gov Apply Here! 06/01/15
Field Crew Leader, Sierra Institute for Community and Environment, Taylorsville, CA Annie Runde, (530) 284-1022, Sierrainstitute.annie@gmail.com 05/10/15
Ranch/Grazing Management Intern, Ranch, NW Nebraska Wade Anderson, (308) 665-5446, wadeanderson65@gmail.com 04/15/15
M.S. Graduate Research Assistantship, Range & Fire Ecology, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Kingsville, TX Sandra Rideout-Hanzak, (361) 219-1861, sandra.rideout-hanzak@tamuk.edu 05/31/15
Researcher, Research Institute of Rangelands, Hamadan, Iran Mohamadreza Sadeghimanesh, 09108009099, Sadeghimanesh@gmail.com 2015
Technician — Botany, Plant Ecology, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Boise, Idaho Jennifer Miller, (208) 287-2727, jennifer.miller@idfg.idaho.gov 03/16/15
Research Biologist — Botany, Plant Ecology, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Boise, Idaho Jennifer Miller, (208) 287-2727, jennifer.miller@idfg.idaho.gov 03/15/15
OISC Manager, Oahu Invasive Species Committee, United States Julia Parish, (808) 266-7994, oiscmgr@hawaii.edu Open until filled
Ranchland Project Director, Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust, Wyoming Chris Machan, (307) 772-8751, chris@wsgalt.org Open until filled
Conservation Director, Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust, Wyoming Chris Machan, (307) 772-8751, chris@wsgalt.org Open until filled
Seasonal Range Technician, Point Reyes National Seashore Association, Point Reyes Station, CA Dylan Voeller, (415) 464-5216, Dylan_Voeller@nps.gov 3/1/15
Regional Recruitment Specialist, Regional, Ogden, Utah Davina Diaz, (801) 625-5144, jgough@fs.fed.us 3/1/15
Botanist, USDA Forest Service, United States Molly Juillerat, (541) 782-5350, mjuillerat@fs.fed.us 3/3/15
Invasive Weeds/Wildlife, USDA Forest Service, Westfir, Oregon Molly Juillerat, (541) 782-5350, mjuillerat@fs.fed.us 3/3/15
Director of Human Resources, Virginia Department of Forestry, United States Amanda Martens, (434) 220-9069, amanda.martens@dof.virginia.gov 2/23/15
Senior Area Forester, Virginia Department of Forestry, Madison, VA, United States Amanda Martens, (434) 220-9069, amanda.martens@dof.virginia.gov 2/23/15
Forestry Centers Manager, Virginia Department of Forestry, Sussex, VA, United States Amanda Martens, (434) 220-9069, amanda.martens@dof.virginia.gov 2/23/15
Summer Range inventory technician, Range and pastureland veg surveys, Nebraska Wade Anderson, (308) 665-5445, wadeanderson65@gmail.com 3/30/15
MS Graduate Assistantship, University of Wyoming - Ecosystem Science and Management, Laramie, WY (main-campus) with field work in the Thunder Basin grasslands John Derek Scasta, (903) 467-4168, jscasta@uwyo.edus 9/1/15
Range Technician Permanent Full Time, GS-0455-7, Salmon-Challis National Forest, Leadore and Challis, ID Faith Ryan, (208) 756-5562, fryan@fs.fed.us 2/13/15
GS-0454-11 Rangeland Management Specialist (three), Salmon-Challis National Forest, Salmon, Challis and Mackay, ID Faith Ryan, (208) 756-5562, Apply Here 2/11/15
Faculty Position in Rangeland Ecology and/or Environmental Science, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah Neil Hansen, (801) 422-2491, neil_hansen@byu.edu 3/2/15
Rangeland Research Technician, North Dakota State University - Central Grasslands Research Extension Center, Streeter, North Dakota Bob Patton, (701) 424-3606, bob.patton@ndsu.edu 3/2/15
Range Crew Leader, MFWP/U of M Coop. Wildlife Research Unit, Roundup, MT Mark Szczypinski, (406) 320-2529, mszczypinski.fwp@gmail.com 3/9/15
Range Technician, MFWP/U of M Coop. Wildlife Research Unit, Roundup, MT Mark Szczypinski, (406) 320-2529, mszczypinski.fwp@gmail.com 3/9/15
EEO Specialist (Outreach), Department of Interior, Portland, Oregon Mick Mickles, (503) 808-6330, mmickles@blm.gov Opening around 1/22/15
Assistant Professor - Rangeland and Forest Watershed Management, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming Melanie Murphy, (307) 766-5295, melanie.murphy@uwyo.edu 2/15/15
Recruiter Liaison, Range, Fire, Natural Resource Summer Temp Jobs, USDA Forest Service, in various locations Davina Diaz, (801) 529-5968, davinadiaz@fs.fed.us 1/31/15
Seasonal Intern, USGS, Moab, Utah Erika Geiger, (435) 719-2359, CRS_jobs@usgs.gov 1/9/15
AIM Vegetation Monitoring Technicians, GeoCorps, Taos, NM and San Luis Valley, CO Field Offices, More Info Zoe Miller, (575) 751-4709, zmiller@blm.gov 4/30/15
Rangeland Management Specialist GS-0454-05/7/9, USDA Forest Service, Douglas, AZ Joe Harris, (520) 364-6821, josephharris@fs.fed.us 1/10/15
Lecturer in Natural Resource Managment-Agricultural Business-Ranch Management, Natural Resource Managment, Alpine, TX Bonnie J. Warnock, (432) 837-8488, bwarnock@sulross.edu 3/01/15
Research Scientist (Post-Doc), Natural Resource Managment, Alpine, TX Bonnie J. Warnock, (432) 837-8488, bwarnock@sulross.edu 3/31/15
Rangeland Ecologist, Malheur County Soil & Water Conservation District, Ontario, OR Linda Rowe, (541) 889-2588 Ext.101, frontdesk@malcoswcd.org 12/31/14
Accounting Associate, University of Nebraska/U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE Janet Hachtel, (402) 762-4152, john.rieckman@ars.usda.gov 1/1/15
USDA-NIFA- Hispanic Serving Institutions Education Grant Graduate Research Assistant Positions in Natural Resources at Humboldt State University, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Ed Vasquez, (707) 826-3258, andrew.stubblefield@humboldt.edu 1/1/15
Graduate Research Assistantship, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska Walter Schacht, 402-472-0205, wschacht@unl.edu 12/31/14
Senior Natural Resource Specialist, Synergy Resource Solutions, Inc., Belgrade, MT Jack Alexander, 406-388-9378, jack@countgrass.com Open Until Filled
Post Doctoral - Oregon State University, Corvallis nskoghan@yahoo.com 2015

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