$1,600 a month plus housing and utilities; ranch truck provided for work use only
Last Date to Apply
Assist in daily operations of a 19,500 acre ranch in north central Texas. Interns may be asked to help with cattle, habitat, wildlife and fisheries management practices; heavy equipment use; brush clearing; general farm and ranch duties; university sponsored research; checking and filling feeders; facilities maintenance; land reclamation, cattle and wildlife techniques; construction; field cultivation; wildlife harvest and data collection; assisting with guests; game cleaning; and other general ranch / cattle / wildlife work as needed. Applicant must be able to lift 50 lbs and traverse across rough terrain. Interns who perform at a high level will have the opportunity to stay on with the ranch for a longer work period.
Term: late December 2021 / early January 2022 to May 2022 (negotiable)
College students and/or recent graduates in a natural resource or related degree plan. Ideal candidate will be a self-motivated person with a strong work ethic and a ranch background. Applicants should have good people skills. This position may require working hours in adverse weather conditions and some weekends on occasion. Candidates must maintain a valid driver’s license and Texas hunting license. Applicants are subject to background checks.
To apply, send resume and cover letter with at least 3 professional references: