• Fall 2019 Event and Education Intern
The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) is proud to offer an engaging and rewarding internship working alongside our Fort Worth office staff supporting association events and educational programs to existing and prospective members.
We are seeking a highly motivated individual who wants to gain practical work experience in a non-profit organization. Our ideal candidate is an independent worker who is able to efficiently accomplish tasks and meet deadlines. The candidate must be a self-starter, have excellent written and oral communications skills, perform well under pressure, and be able to manage multiple projects.
This is a semester-long learning experience for an undergraduate student. The internship will begin around August 1, 2019 and continue through December 2019.
Candidates may be able to receive academic credit if TSCRA has the ability to fulfill the college/university requirements.
The internship is a paid position.
If you are interested in this position CLICK HERE for more information including how to apply.
• Law Enforcement
For employment in the law enforcement department, call 800-242-7820 and ask for Michelle Carlile at extension 111. Specific qualifications are required for consideration to be a special ranger (see below).
Thank you for your interest in becoming a special ranger with Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA).
TSCRA employs 30 professional law enforcement officers who are strategically positioned throughout Texas and Oklahoma to investigate agricultural theft. TSCRA special rangers are commissioned by the Texas Department of Public Safety and/or the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
In the rare instances when a position becomes available, applicants must meet these minimum requirements to be considered for an interview:
- U.S. citizen
- Excellent physical condition
- Outstanding record of at least five (5) years of active law enforcement experience, including criminal investigative experience
- NOTE: Military police experience does not count toward the five (5) years of required experience
- Hold an active peace officers license
- Meet the approval of Texas Department of Public Safety and/or Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
- Current in all mandated training required by respective state licensing agency
- Extensive background in the livestock (cattle) industry
- Pass a thorough and comprehensive background investigation
- Pass a polygraph and psychological evaluation
- No criminal history of (and not limited to) felony criminal convictions, family violence, DWI or DUI convictions
- Of good moral character and habits
- Good driving record
- Possess a valid Texas driver’s license free of any restrictions that would compromise the applicant’s ability to perform duties