NOTE: The Park is open to the general public; please follow the signs to the temporary Visitor Check-In location at the historic Post Office building. Please note also that due to ongoing clean-up from severe storm damage, some portions of the Park (including the 1930s cattleworking demonstrations) will be closed. We apologize for any inconvenience!


Site Lead – 1930s George Home

The Site Lead for the 1930s George Home will provide leadership and management of the 1930s George Home and assorted structures. This position is responsible for providing credible authentic interpretive programs at the 1930s George Home site as well as daily supervision of scheduled 1930s employees and volunteers who are scheduled for school program assistance and additional help when needed. For the full job posting, please click here. Send resume and cover letter to Krystal Willeby.

Cowboy Interpreter II

Join our team to bring the joys of agriculture, ranching and cowboy life to the Houston area and the world beyond. Historic George Ranch attracts thousands of visitors from around the world every year. Cowboys at the George Ranch have the unique opportunity to share Texas Ranching Heritage as well as help preserve the Texas Longhorn breed. For the full job posting, please click here. Send resume and cover letter to Lauren Samuelsen

Part-Time Interpreter(s)

Gregarious and lively interpreters needed to help bring 100 years of Ranch history to life. Successful candidates will be outgoing and eager to share knowledge and experiences with visitors of all ages, and from all over the world. Must have a positive attitude and the ability to work with people from wide backgrounds. Will possess an interest in local and Texas history and be comfortable handling large groups of students. Tues – Saturday, Part-Time. Send resume to Krystal Willeby.

Other opportunities within the Fort Bend History Association

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