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General Ranch Manager

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Job Details
Job Order Number
1722029
Company Name
Noble Research Institute, LLC.
Physical Address
2510 Sam Noble Parkway
Ardmore, OK 73401
Job Description

General Ranch Manager

Job Location: US-OK-Ardmore
Job ID: 2019-1613

  1. of Openings: 1
    Classification: Full-Time Regular
    Education: Bachelor’s Degree

Overview
The Noble Research Institute, LLC. is seeking a General Ranch Manager who will supervise and manage the operational assets and personnel of a multiple property, systems-focused beef cattle ranching and research organization with the institutional theme of “land stewardship in beef cattle production with producer profitability.”

EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

Responsibilities
The responsibilities of the General Ranch Manager include but are not limited to:

Ensure NRI approved best practices and soil health principles are integrated into management plans. Maintain production, economic, accounting and budget records. Monitor and manage grazing, supplementation and hay feeding records and rainfall records. Ensure cattle health records and processing meets or exceeds BQA guidelines and NRI approved processes. Facilitate routine consultation engagements with Producer Relations, as well as facilitating routine engagements with research PIs with projects on ranches/properties. The General Ranch Manager will also develop educational and professional training for managers and staff and develop and update educational objectives for tour groups.

Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, Range/Pasture Science, Agricultural Economics or a relevant resource management degree is required. A Master’s degree in Animal Science, Agricultural Economics or related field of study is preferred.

A minimum of 5 years cattle industry experience and extensive hands-on experience in ranching operations, grazing management, and employee supervision is required.

Proven record of financial accountability and performance (experience in performing enterprise analysis) is required. Proven record of increasing leadership responsibility.


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