The person selected will be assigned to a specific project that may include research involving range and/or integrated crop and livestock systems. Duties will focus on vegetation and soils data collection which includes but is not limited to, species composition, herbage production, and soil health characteristics. Additional responsibilities will include data entry and sample preparation in the laboratory. The position is 40 hours/week with the opportunity to work overtime. Central Grasslands Research Extension Center is located in south central North Dakota in the Missouri Coteau. The Center has 10 full-time research scientists and staff studying areas including range science, forage agronomy and animal science. The station was created to address the following research priorities areas:

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