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Research Faculty - Extension Specialist, University of Idaho, Boise, Idaho

The University of Idaho invites applications for an extension and research faculty position in rangeland ecology and management to be located the in Boise, ID. The successful applicant will be affiliated with the UI Rangeland Center, hold an appointment in the Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences Department, and will be a part of University of Idaho Extension.

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Rangeland Management-Rangeland Ecology Asst. Professor (tenure-track position), Chadron State College, Chadron, Nebraska

Teach undergraduate courses in rangeland management including: Introduction to Plant Science, Principles of Rangeland and Forage Management, Range Plant Identification and Lab, Grass Systematics, Habitat Inventory and Analysis and Lab, Vegetation Manipulation, Agriculture Seminar I, and Agriculture Seminar II. Active development of courses for our Essential Studies Program (ESP) program including First Year Inquiry (FYI) and Capstone courses, serve on departmental and college wide committees required. Participation in assessment at the department level and in ESP assessment required.

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Postdoctoral Researcher: Post-fire recovery of mule deer habitat in juniper-invaded sagebrush-bitterbrush ecosystems

The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Postdoctoral Research Associate position. The successful applicant will work with Dr. Dana Sanchez and Dr. Lisa Ellsworth, together with a collaborative research team including the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Reappointment for the second year or beyond is expected and depends upon annual review and availability of funding.

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USDA-Agricultural Research Service, Range and Meadow Forage Management Research Unit, Burns, Oregon

The duty station for this position is Burns, Oregon in the southeastern portion of the state. The incumbent would serve as Research Leader for the Range and Meadow Forage Management Research Unit. This position offers a challenging career opportunity for a dynamic individual seeking a rangeland research leadership role. The incumbent serves as Research Leader over a complex research program providing the science for sound land and livestock management focusing on productivity, weed invasion, species composition, and water, carbon, and nitrogen cycles in rangeland and meadow plant communities of the Great Basin. Oversight includes direct supervision of unit employees to develop high quality research outcomes with impact.

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Beef Cattle Research Assistant, Browns Valley, CA

The University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, is recruiting for a Beef Cattle Research Assistant, Closing Date: 2/1/16. Full time, permanent. Manages beef cattle herd; supports research related to cattle health and production; develops, monitors and executes grazing plans at the UC Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center in Browns Valley, CA. For more information and to submit application, please visit; https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59117%20

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Associate Professor or Professor, Texas A&M

Texas A&M AgriLife Research invites applications for a 12-month Associate Professor or Professor with a 100% research appointment in rangeland fire ecology. This is a full-time, budgeted position with benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

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Lands Program Manager for the Grazing, Farming and Conservation Leasing Programs, Idaho Department of Lands

The primary duty of the Grazing, Farming, and Conservation Program Manager (Program Manager) is to provide leadership, strategic direction, policy and procedure development and general administration of the Grazing, Farming and Conservation leasing programs.  These are endowment trust land management programs that currently involve more than 1,200 leases on more than 1.7 million acres of land located throughout the state.

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Farm Director, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky

The Department of Agriculture at Eastern Kentucky University is seeking a Director of EKU Farms whose primary background is in forage production. EKU Farms are operated primarily as an outdoor laboratory space for departmental courses. It includes the 720-acre Meadowbrook Farm that houses dairy, beef cattle, swine and sheep enterprises, greenhouses, and on-campus fruit, vegetable and turf plots.

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Rangeland Ecologist, Turner Enterprises, Inc., Bozeman, MT

Incumbent will be responsible for rangeland monitoring and grazing management on Turner Ranches in the western United States. The ranch portfolio includes seventeen properties, totaling 1.9 million acres across six western states. The Range Ecologist position will develop, manage, and maintain ranch-specific grazing and rangeland conservation plans that include annual carrying capacity estimates, grazing rotations, monitoring objectives, drought contingencies, and habitat and sensitive species conservation opportunities.

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Assistant/Associate Professor of Rangeland Livestock Department of Animal and Veterinary Science Department, University of Idaho

The Department of Animal and Veterinary Science at the University of Idaho invites applicants for a 12-month, tenure track position for Rangeland Livestock research and outreach at the Nancy M. Cummings Research, Extension and Education Center in Carmen, Idaho.

Responsibilities are 70% research and scholarly activity, and 30% extension and outreach responsibilities. The position will address the critical role of range livestock systems for sustainable ecology and economies of rural Idaho. The position would conduct research in range management principles to maintain or foster healthy productive rangelands including the plants and wildlife present, and extend the best management practices to livestock producers.

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Plant Conservation Biology/Herbarium Director, Department of Natural Resource Management, South Dakota State University, Brookings

South Dakota State University is recruiting a 9-month Assistant Professor, Plant Conservation Biology/Herbarium Curator, with a 60% teaching, 40% research appointment.

Job responsibilities include developing a collaborative, extramurally funded competitive research program that will incorporate prairie and grassland habitat management with the overall goal of contributing to the preservation of plant biodiversity of the Great Plains.

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Conservation and Land Management Internship Program

CLM Internship Program is now accepting applications for paid internships!

The Conservation and Land Management Internship Program is now accepting applications for 2016! Please apply online at www.clminternship.org/applying.

Would you like to put your education to use assisting in important conservation projects? Do you like to experience new landscapes, habitats, and species diversity? The CLM Internship Program is a wonderful opportunity to begin a career in botany, wildlife biology, natural resource management and conservation!

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The Nature Conservancy – Zumwalt Ecology Technician – Enterprise, OR

The Zumwalt Ecology Technician works closely with the NE Oregon Ecologist in planning and executing inventory, monitoring, and research projects which inform conservation efforts on a working landscape across a variety of land ownerships on the Zumwalt Prairie in NE Oregon.

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Natural Resources Technician, Summit Lake Paiute Tribe, Summit Lake Indian Reservation/ Sparks, NV William Cowan, (775) 827-9670, william.cowan@summitlaketribe.org April 1, 2016
Creel Census Taker, Summit Lake Paiute Tribe, Summit Lake Indian Reservation/ Sparks, NV William Cowan, (775) 827-9670, william.cowan@summitlaketribe.org April 1, 2016
Rangeland Watershed Initiative Partner Biologist, Point Blue Conservation Science Bre Owens, (530) 514-3107, bowens@pointblue.org Feb. 14, 2016
Field Botanist - Riparian & Sagebrush Steppe, Salmon Valley Stewardship, Salmon, Idaho Jenny Gonyer, (208) 756-1686, jennygonyer@salmonvalley.org March 31, 2016
Elk Habitat Technician, University of Idaho, Idaho Sierra Robatcek, (970) 379-9887, srobatcek@uidaho.edu March 1, 2016
Botany Technician Needed For Mule Deer Nutrition Study, University of Idaho, Starkey Experimental Forest and Range, Oregon Jennifer Merems, (520) 977-6296, jmerems@uidaho.edu April 13, 2016
Range Monitoring/Animal Science Agent, Gila County Cooperative Extension, Globe, AZ Mori Farmer, (928) 474-4160, mfarmer@cals.arizona.edu Until Filled
Beef Cattle Research Assistant, UC Sierra Foothill Research and Extension Center, Browns Valley, CA Megan Osbourn, (530) 639-8800, mgosbourn@ucanr.edu Feb. 1, 2016
Rangeland and Animal Science Technician (summer), South Dakota State University, Mobridge and Cottonwood, SD Jameson Brennan, (605) 394-2236, jameson.brennan@sdstate.edu March 20, 2016
GIS Analyst/Environmental Scientist, Adams Environmental, Inc., San Antonio, TX Sable Kitchen, (210) 858-6873, hr@adamsenvironmental.com Jan. 29, 2016
Summer seasonal field jobs! starting at $15.31/hr. Tight windows to apply, in January. Salmon-Challis National Forest, Leadore, Salmon, Challis and Mackay, ID Faith Ryan, (208) 756-5562, fryan@fs.fed.us Feb. 29, 2016
Rangeland Management-Rangeland Ecology Faculty, Chadron State College, Chadron, Nebraska Gayle Stetson, (308) 432-6224, hr@csc.edu Jan. 20, 2016
Wallowa County Vegetation Manager, Wallowa County, Enterprise, OR Lindsey Jones, (541) 426-8053, lindseyjones@wallowaresources.org Jan. 8, 2016
Range Ecology Technician, University of Idaho, Southern Idaho Anthony Locatelli, (262) 617-6095, alocatelli@uidaho.edu Jan. 8, 2016
Graduate Research Assistant – Ph.D. in Integrated Forage and Weed Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo. Joe Brummer, (970) 491-4988, joe.brummer@colostate.edu Feb. 1, 2016
Rangeland Inventory Technician, Gaia Eco-Services LLC, Nebraska Wade Anderson, (308) 665-5445, wadeanderson65@gmail.com May 15, 2016
State Lands/Rangeland Intern, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Eastern Washington Emma Barnett, (509) 237-1571, emma.barnett@dnr.wa.gov Jan. 17, 2016
Assistant Professor, Botany/Range Management, Science Department, Valley City State University, Valley City, ND Alice Beauchman, (701) 845-7452, alice.beauchman@vcsu.edu Jan. 15, 2016
Assistant Professor, Plant Conservation Biologist/Herbarium Curator, Department of Natural Resource Management, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD Pat Johnson, (605) 394-2236, patricia.johnson@sdstate.edu Nov. 15, 2015
University Farm & Ranch Manager, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas Jessica Harlin, (325) 942-2168, cody.scott@angelo.edu Open until filled
Assistant/Associate Professor Remote Sensing Science, University of Nevada, Reno Diana Arrendale, (775) 784-4020, darrendale@cabnr.unr.edu Dec. 1, 2015
Regenerative Ranching Apprenticeship, San Juan Ranch, Saguache, Colorado Sarah Wentzel-Fisher, (505) 820-2544, sarah@quiviracoalition.org Dec. 1, 2015
Conservation and Land Management Intern, Chicago Botanic Garden, Western United States Rebecca Johnson, (847) 835-6873, info@clminternship.org Jan. 15, 2016
Sales Professional, Bamert Seed Co, Muleshoe, TX - More info: http://goo.gl/ZMz9PV Rhett Kerby, (800) 262-9892, rkerby@bamertseed.com Dec. 31, 2015
Conservation Technician, West Greeley Conservation District, Greeley Natalie Macsalka, (970) 356-8097 ext 3, info@wgcd.org Oct. 12, 2015
Rangeland Mgmt Spclst GS09, Caddo-LBJ National Grasslands, Decatur, Texas Austin Sewell, (940) 627-5475, rasewell@fs.fed.us Oct. 7, 2015
Dean, College of Agriculture, California State University, Chico (Chico, Calif.) Kasey DeAtley, (530) 898-5112, kdeatley@csuchico.edu Oct. 1, 2015
Post-Doc Grazing-Fire Interactions, USDA - ARS, Burns, Oregon Kirk Davies, (541) 573-4074, kirk.davies@oregonstate.edu April 2016 or until filled

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