The East Foundation team invites you to apply for its Range & Wildlife Biologist position.
The Range & Wildlife Biologist (RWB) will be responsible for project leadership, support, and management of high-profile projects, including coordination among management and research units, while implementing rigorous data standards and standard operating procedures. The successful applicant will contribute to the research, education, and outreach functions of the Foundation by demonstrating excellence in project management, support, and wildlife management. The RWB will work closely with other East Foundation (EF) and East Foundation Ranches LLC (EFRL) personnel to advance the Foundation’s mission, while supporting a cost-effective and sustainable ranching enterprise.
South Texas base with travel throughout South Texas
The mission of the East Foundation is to “support wildlife conservation and other public benefits of ranching and private land stewardship. Our mission is achieved through research, education, and outreach.”
The Foundation owns more than 218,000 acres of South Texas rangeland. Properties include the historic San Antonio Viejo Ranch near Hebbronville, and 5 additional properties located eastward to the Gulf Coast near Port Mansfield. These lands, which are managed under the East Foundation Ranches LLC (EFRL), have remained rarely hunted and represent a substantial resource or “living laboratory” for research and education. The Foundation is the sole owner of a cattle company with 4,000+ head; and sizeable endowment investments to support the perpetual development of the Foundation’s program.
The Foundation's RWB will play a key role in providing expertise related to range and wildlife management and related research projects. The RWB will deliver project management support, leadership and excellence, and ensure data quality. This position will be field-oriented, with regular engagement with EF research partners and EFRL personnel. Specifically, this position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for an extremely capable individual to advance the long-term range and wildlife management priorities of the EF.
For additional information on the East Foundation, see: http://www.eastfoundation.net/
Wildlife & Habitat Management
Support for Field Research
Project Leadership & Support
Ideal Personal Profile
Please send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org with “RWB” in the subject line:
Contact person: Cindy Pavlicek, EF Manager of HR, 210-455-3640, email@example.com.