$200 grocery allowance (food not provided)
Housing provided (10x20 studio apartment, kitchenette, closet, bathroom, bed, couch and TV, internet/cable) Located on the ranch.
Assist in daily operations of a 10,000 acre ranch on the Gulf Coast, in Port Lavaca, Texas. Interns may be asked to help with wildlife, habitat management practices, spraying, brush clearing. Maintenance, repairs, and installation of hunting blinds. Locating new feeder spots, checking and filling feeders, assisting in lodge maintenance. Habitat restoration projects, disking for food plots and burn breaks, wildlife harvest and data collection. Assist guiding hunters for dove, pigs, quail and waterfowl. Also, assist guests fishing from the pier, and occasionally from boat. Assist in operating sporting clays 5 stand course. Will also participate in game cleaning and other general ranch and wildlife work as needed. Applicant must be able to lift 50 lbs and traverse across rough terrain and have the ability to work in extreme heat and severe cold.
Interns will gain experience in the operations of a high profile ranch focused on customer service and wildlife management.
Someone pursuing a career in the outdoor field, College students and recent graduates in the wildlife/ wildlife biology/ conservation field. Ideal candidate will be a self-motivated person with a strong work ethic. Applicants should have good people skills. This position may require working long hours in adverse weather conditions. Candidates must maintain a valid driver’s license and Texas hunting license. Applicants are subject to background checks and random drug testing.
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