Instructions to applicants:
Submit a letter of interest, curriculum vita, teaching philosophy, research program, unofficial transcripts, and contact information for three references. Job Title:
Assistant/Associate or Full Professor of Ranch Management and Clint Josey Endowed Chair for Sustainable Ranch ManagementLocation:
Natural Resource ManagementPosting Date:
Salary Commensurate with Qualifications and ExperienceRequired:
Doctorate in Ranch Management, Range Science, Animal Science, Agricultural Business or a closely related field with a focus on applied ranch management. Ph.D. candidates who are near completion will be considered. Research funding ($25,000 per year) is available for three years to cover summer salary and some research expenses if the applicant will continue a long-term grassland monitoring research project near Marfa Texas. Applicant must have a commitment to sustainable ranching practices including planned and/or rotational grazing, soil health, fiscal responsibility, and social responsibility.Preferred:
Must have a strong commitment to undergraduate education and possess excellent communication skills; be technically current; be an enthusiastic team player who is willing to work in a multidisciplinary program; and have demonstrated skills in leadership.
Degrees and/or experience in a range of fields related to ranch management. Practical knowledge and experience working in the ranching industry.Primary Responsibilities:
Candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate courses in ranch management and associated courses in other fields such as range management, based on their knowledge and credentials. These teaching opportunities may include courses such as Ranch Skills, Sustainable Ranch Management, Sustainability in Agriculture, Watershed Management, and Animal Husbandry. There may also be additional teaching of graduate level courses depending on departmental needs, the individual’s interests, educational background and skill level. Additional responsibilities include serving as an advisor for the Cattleman’s Club; participation in and helping conduct departmental sponsored events; participation in faculty governance and service activities at the departmental, college and university levels; and engagement in scholarly activity. Such activities are broadly defined and may include the scholarship of teaching,Other Information:
Appointment Date: 01/22/2022 or 08/15/2022About SRSU:
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Sul Ross State University Alpine Campus is in the Scenic Davis Mountains of West Texas, is a member of the Texas State University System, is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degrees, and has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students of campus in Alpine, Texas. At an elevation of 4,480 feet, and on the periphery of the Chihuahuan Desert, Alpine enjoys mild winters and cool summers. Davis Mountains State Park, Fort Davis National Historic Site, Big Bend National Park, and Guadalupe Mountains National Park are all within one to three hours driving distance from Alpine. The SRSU campuses in Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Uvalde comprise Rio Grande College. RGC offers upper-level courses leading to bachelor’s degrees as well as master’s degree programs and works closely with its partner institution, Southwest Texas Junior College, to provide a seamless transition to RGC for their students. All RGC students hold an Associate degree from an accredited institution or they have completed 42 semester credit hours of transferrable work.More information is available regarding Sul Ross State University and position openings See http://www.sulross.edu our website.