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In honor of our friend Paul and any other Sportsmen and Women out there looking for work, I created this thread.  Please post any job openings you may know of here. I will also reach out to my friends who post jobs and see what they have to offer. I will pin this so it stays on top like the buy, sell and trade thread.  Good luck to everyone who is looking.

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NR FIELD SUPERVISOR
 
Job ID: 7846171
Position Title: NR FIELD SUPERVISOR
Company Name: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Specialty: Habitat Management
Occupation: Field Technician
Location(s): St. Paul, Minnesota, 55155, United States
 
Posted: April 8, 2011
Entry Level: No
Job Type: Full-Time
Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
Min Experience: 2-3 Years
 
Job Description

Closing Date:    04/27/2011   

Working Title:   Asst Regional WL Manager        

Job Duties:

This position exists to manage wildlife resources and habitats on public and private lands in the 32-counties of Region 4 for the long-term benefit of the people of Minnesota. This position will assist the Regional Wildlife Manager with the administration, development, coordination, integration and implementation of RIM (Reinvest in Minnesota) and other Section of Wildlife Programs and will supervise four (4) Region 4 Area Wildlife Managers and serve as Acting Regional Wildlife Manager as assigned.

Core Activities

*Supervision:

Supervises supervisors, professional, and technical staff in part of the Region, including hiring, performance evaluation, training, work direction, and applying appropriate discipline.

*Administration:

Direct, implement, and evaluate budgets and operational plans at the regional level in accordance with departmental, divisional, and regional goals.

*Resource Protection: Direct, administer, and promote the coordination and integration of Wildlife programs including basic law enforcement, environmental review, land acquisition, private land initiatives, and habitat protection for listed species.

*Wildlife

Habitat Management: Direct and monitor environmental protection programs or prioritizing land acquisitions, recommending land exchanges, reviewing applications/permits, and collaborating on inter-divisional projects, reporting violations, and testifying as an expert at hearings.

*Customer Service: Direct and monitor information and education efforts by serving as Wildlife Regional representative, accepting and soliciting interviews from the media, responding to public inquiries, monitoring subordinate’s public responses, informing local legislators of projects, assisting Regional Manager with public input meetings for season setting, and collaborating on intra/inter-agency projects. Promote and establish community partnerships with citizens, private organizations, and other DNR disciplines to preserve, restore, and manage ecosystems.   

Minimum Qualifications:

Applicant must have advanced professional experience in Wildlife management and/or research or a closely related field and:

A.

A minimum of two (2) years of supervisory experience planning, leading, and directing professional Wildlife management staff and work at an area level (e.g., NR Area Supervisor – Wildlife or equivalent.) Experience to include: promote and establish community partnerships; supervise, train, coach and motivate staff including performance reviews, disciplinary actions, award/motivational experience; develop and implement plans, budgets and administrative operations; execute, direct and promote the protection of natural communities through land acquisition, private land initiative and environmental review; execute, direct and promote wildlife management on public lands so that habitats are preserved and restored using ecosystem management concepts; Conduct and direct wildlife population management program;

 

OR

B.

Three (3) years experience designing and implementing Wildlife habitat development and maintenance programs (e.g., NR Specialist, Senior, Wildlife or equivalent.) Leadwork experience to include: Planning and administering wildlife programs and activities including program strategies and policies; reviewing and advising on state land issues affecting comprehensive wildlife management plans; conducting and directing wildlife management on public lands; supervise, train and motivate staff; develop and implement plans, budgets and administrative operations; execute, direct and promote the protection of natural communities.

Applicant also must have:

*Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Biology, Natural Resource Management or closely related field

*Superior organizational skills

*Time management skills

*Previous advanced supervisory or leadwork direction experience

*Previous experience working with local government

*Previous experience working with conservation organizations and agencies

*Previous experience developing and administering complex budgets and determining priorities

*The ability to effectively communicate to the public, colleagues and superiors, both orally and in writing

*Ability to work with others to achieve a common objective

*Conflict resolution skills

*A working knowledge of human resource and budget policies, procedures, and regulations

*A working knowledge of Wildlife and their respective management techniques

Requires

a Class D Driver’s License: a single unit vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of less than 26,000 pounds. This is a basic driver’s license. Operators may also tow vehicles/trailers as long as the gross combination weight does not exceed 26,000 pounds. Requires occasionally lifting articles such as 50-pound bags of feed maximum and frequently lifting and/or carrying objects such as heavy tools and file boxes. This job may require walking or standing to a significant degree on rough terrain or may involve sitting most of the time with pushing and pulling of arm and/or leg controls.    

Preferred Qualifications:   

*Experience with and knowledge of MN DNR policies, programs

*Experience developing long-range strategies and operational Wildlife species and habitat management plans.

* Bachelor and/or graduate level degree in wildlife management.

*GIS / ArcView proficiency.

*Knowledge of statistical and biometric analysis sufficient to plan, implement and evaluate wildlife population studies.

*Experience developing and implementing budgets and operational plans.

*Minnesota Burn Boss Type 1 (MRXB1).

*ArcMap Proficient.

*Familiar with Behave fire behavior software.

*Strong leadership, personnel management, and organizational skills and experience.    

How to Apply: For a complete position description with application instructions, please visit

https://statejobs.doer.state.mn.us/JobPosting and enter Posting Number 11DNR000208.

Contact for more info: Ken Varland, 507.359.6030/ken.varland@state.mn.us    

Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer

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Wildlife Specialist II

Job ID: 7837652
Position Title: Wildlife Specialist II
Company Name: Arizona Game and Fish Department
Specialty: Habitat Management
Occupation: Wildlife Biologist
Entry Level: No
Location(s): Phoenix, Arizona, 85086, United States
 
Posted: April 6, 2011
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Duration: Indefinite
Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
Min Experience: 2-3 Years
Required Travel: 0-10%
Salary: $36,814.00 – $62,693.00 (Yearly Salary)
APPLY FOR THIS JOB
Contact Person: Sally Little
Email Address: slittle@azgfd.gov
Phone: 623-236-7325
 
Job Description
Coordinates and tracks the Department’s statewide review and evaluation of land and water projects.  Evaluates proposed project areas and reviews project documentation in order to determine the scope of the proposal and the potential for impacts to the State’s fish and wildlife resources.  Coordinates and participates in interagency land management planning efforts, including those involved in transportation projects, wildlife movement and habitat corridors, and urban and rural development projects (e.g. renewable energy development, city and county planning, and smart growth initiatives).  Develops special status species documentation through the Department’s Heritage Data Management Systemfor project impact analyses.  Maintains close contact/coordination with project proponents and other involved natural resource agencies and individuals in order to ensure accurate project evaluation procedures and appropriate environmental compliance.  Conducts on-site field evaluations in cooperation with Department field personnel and other agencies to better understand project proposals and to quantify potential impacts to fish and wildlife resources.  Prepares reports and letters documenting the Department’s position and/or concerns on project proposals and land management plans.  Maintains records and files of environmental references, project proposals, and Department position statements and correspondence.  Assists Project Evaluation Program Supervisor in the preparation of annual reports, performance reports, and other special assignments.  Develops, maintains, and updates a database for tracking project mitigation and compensation commitments in compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and policies.  Coordinates, develops, and reviews environmental compliance documentation for the Department’s fish and wildlife management projects and activities. This position is based at the Department’s HQ and words closely with the agency’s Management Team, Executive Staff, and Regional personnel.
Job Requirements
The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of and experience with fish and wildlife habitat evaluations and project impact analyses; environmental compliance; environmental laws, regulations, and policies; mitigation and compensation measures to address adverse impacts to fish and wildlife resources; natural resource negotiation; and providing, presenting, and documenting technical fish and wildlife resource related information both written and verbal. The candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a wildlife science or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and two years of professional experience in wildlife research or wildlife management.  A graduate degree in a wildlife science or a closely related field may substitute for one year of the required experience. A medical/physical evaluation is required prior to appointment.

Apply at: http://www.azgfd.gov
 

Keyword:  AGF

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A bunch of outdoor jobs here.

http://careers.wildlife.org/c/…..jb=7837652

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May 4, 2011
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Just saw here in NM that the game and fish is hiring wardens for the upcoming academy.

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Is there a link you can post?

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http://www.state.nm.us/spo   

This is for the NM G&F according to there website.  Best of luck to any applicants deadline is the 12th of May

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Hey Dan thanks for the thought. Everyone has a bad year once in a while, it's just my turn.

May 4, 2011
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USAjobs has quite a few outdoor jobs posted.

May 4, 2011
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Dan,

This is the best idea I have ever seen on a forum like this. This  just goes to show just how the hunting family cares about one another. As it should be.

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You know it Paul. I have been there myself. Best of luck.

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You may also want to look at http://www.santafenm.gov on a regular basis.  City seems to always be hiring.  Not necessarly an outdoor job but a job opportunity.

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From John Mogle at Christensen Arms – 
JohnM@christensenarms.com

Hey! We have a great opportunity here at Christensen, “Hunting Illustrated” magazine. We are looking for a art/media director that is capable of producing our Hunting Illustrated magazine, all of our print materials, such as brochures, flyers etc.. We are hoping this individual can also help with the editing of Christensen’s Hunting Illustrated magazine.

 

This is a great opportunity with a small growing company!

 

If you know of any one please have them e-mail me their resume. The salary is very competitive with full benefit package.

 

Thanks!

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I like the helping effort this particular thread is giving people especially during times like this.

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from the look of the majority of the outdoor/wild life job descriptions listed in the sites above I should have studied more biology in college.

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shiveley said:

from the look of the majority of the outdoor/wild life job descriptions listed in the sites above I should have studied more biology in college.


It seems to me the days of the hard worker are all but dead.  Not saying people with degrees don't work hard (lets face it they have degrees), but I see alot of jobs requiring them now.  Its rough without that paper.
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T ell me about it. If you think it's hard without a degree try adding 56yrs old and a bum leg. Asking it they want fries with that don't cut it.

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I'm with you Paul.  I don't have a bum leg, but soon to be 57 in a few days.  I know it's illegal to discriminate because of age, but we all know it goes on.  The tough part to is that at 57, you don't want to have to pull up stakes and move, but there's not a lot of good paying jobs around Roanoke, VA.  Seems nobody needs experienced well-rounded engineers…..they have a million criteria they want you to have.  You would have had to work the same exact job for someone else to meet their criteria.  Been sending out resumes since late January.  Keeping the fingers crossed and the prayer line open !  Good luck to all of you out there searching!

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Although very happy with my current job.. I continuously search http://usajobs.gov/    Good place to start looking at jobs on an Add free site.   A lot of good jobs on there if you're like me and have federal time.  

What does not kill me; Only makes me more awesome

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Just recently laid off, so looking everywhere I can for a new job.  This is great to have this on here.

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Chuck Carver said:

Just recently laid off, so looking everywhere I can for a new job.  This is great to have this on here.


Good luck on the job hunt!
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Chuck Carver said:

Just recently laid off, so looking everywhere I can for a new job.  This is great to have this on here.


A tough time to be laid off, I hope you have a lot better luck than I've been having.
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New Mexico Dept of Game and fish is looking for a new director.  The link below will get you all the specifics.

http://www.wildlife.state.nm.u…..earch.html

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NM game and fish is hiring wardens.  

http://www.wildlife.state.nm.u…..nities.htm

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Does anyone have an opening in Tennesse or North Mississippi area?

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I am always looking for a job in the outdoors.  I live in Grants Pass, OR and have a BA in Wilderness Leadership, I teach wilderness based classes at the local community college and am a guide at a new zipline park.  All of my jobs are part time so I am always looking for a more perminant outdoor job.  I also am starting up a kayaking business in Grants Pass, OR.

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Television Producer

Do you love the great outdoors? Is hunting and fishing your
passion? Do you have experience in non-linear video editing, social media
networking, and web programming? Have you never uttered the words “that’s not
my job”? Sportsman’s News Television is looking for a talented and eager
producer to help film, edit, and promote this expanding television program.

Applicants should:

  • Be familiar with non-linear video editing with Apple
    Final Cut Pro
  • Have experience using Facebook, YouTube,
    Twitter, and other social media networking to promote our programming
  • Have experience with website design and use of
    WordPress and PHP
  • Have a flexible schedule that allows them to work
    weekends and odd hours
  • Love to travel
  • Be familiar with hunting and fishing
  • Be artistic and creative
  • Be teachable and desire to learn new skills
  • Live in or be willing to relocate to Cedar City,
    UT

Interested applicants should send
their resume, salary requirements, and two (2) sample videos to Sportsman’s News,
2322 W. Industry Way, Cedar City, UT 84721 or email them with links to their
videos at info@sportsmansnews.com.

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Editor said
Television Producer

Do you love the great outdoors? Is hunting and fishing your
passion? Do you have experience in non-linear video editing, social media
networking, and web programming? Have you never uttered the words “that’s not
my job”? Sportsman’s News Television is looking for a talented and eager
producer to help film, edit, and promote this expanding television program.

Applicants should:

  • Be familiar with non-linear video editing with Apple
    Final Cut Pro
  • Have experience using Facebook, YouTube,
    Twitter, and other social media networking to promote our programming
  • Have experience with website design and use of
    WordPress and PHP
  • Have a flexible schedule that allows them to work
    weekends and odd hours
  • Love to travel
  • Be familiar with hunting and fishing
  • Be artistic and creative
  • Be teachable and desire to learn new skills
  • Live in or be willing to relocate to Cedar City,
    UT

Interested applicants should send
their resume, salary requirements, and two (2) sample videos to Sportsman’s News,
2322 W. Industry Way, Cedar City, UT 84721 or email them with links to their
videos at info@sportsmansnews.com.

If I was not active duty, I would be all over this!  Best of luck to whoever got this job!!!

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Editor said
Television Producer

Do you love the great outdoors? Is hunting and fishing your
passion? Do you have experience in non-linear video editing, social media
networking, and web programming? Have you never uttered the words “that’s not
my job”? Sportsman’s News Television is looking for a talented and eager
producer to help film, edit, and promote this expanding television program.

Applicants should:

  • Be familiar with non-linear video editing with Apple
    Final Cut Pro
  • Have experience using Facebook, YouTube,
    Twitter, and other social media networking to promote our programming
  • Have experience with website design and use of
    WordPress and PHP
  • Have a flexible schedule that allows them to work
    weekends and odd hours
  • Love to travel
  • Be familiar with hunting and fishing
  • Be artistic and creative
  • Be teachable and desire to learn new skills
  • Live in or be willing to relocate to Cedar City,
    UT

Interested applicants should send
their resume, salary requirements, and two (2) sample videos to Sportsman’s News,
2322 W. Industry Way, Cedar City, UT 84721 or email them with links to their
videos at info@sportsmansnews.com.

I worked on an Outdoor show in the late 90’s as producer at a Public Access Channel. If this was in NE KY It would be awesome. I agree good luck to the winning applicant, your going to love it.

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Anybody have a rough idea of what a gig like this pays?

I’m not qualified, just curious.  Sounds like it would be a fun job to have.

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Editor said
Television Producer

Do you love the great outdoors? Is hunting and fishing your
passion? Do you have experience in non-linear video editing, social media
networking, and web programming? Have you never uttered the words “that’s not
my job”? Sportsman’s News Television is looking for a talented and eager
producer to help film, edit, and promote this expanding television program.

Applicants should:

  • Be familiar with non-linear video editing with Apple
    Final Cut Pro
  • Have experience using Facebook, YouTube,
    Twitter, and other social media networking to promote our programming
  • Have experience with website design and use of
    WordPress and PHP
  • Have a flexible schedule that allows them to work
    weekends and odd hours
  • Love to travel
  • Be familiar with hunting and fishing
  • Be artistic and creative
  • Be teachable and desire to learn new skills
  • Live in or be willing to relocate to Cedar City,
    UT

Interested applicants should send
their resume, salary requirements, and two (2) sample videos to Sportsman’s News,
2322 W. Industry Way, Cedar City, UT 84721 or email them with links to their
videos at info@sportsmansnews.com.

That would be the dream job! except it could cut into my hunting time Wink Whoever takes the cake on this one, have fun with it!

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Help Wanted: Please email resume to joanne@dpmsinc.com

DPMS Firearms is the largest global manufacturer of AR-type rifles, lowers and lower assemblies. The weapons DPMS produces are in use around the world by law enforcement, military personnel, big game hunters and world-class competition shooters.

DPMS is looking for an E-Commerce Specialist to drive e-commerce initiatives and provide online consumer technical support and telephone support as required. Generate web sales by promoting products and forums through distribution of email marketing and messaging consistent with brand guidelines. Generate interest in the industry (and DPMS products specifically) through promoting events such as Outbreak: Omega and relevant trade shows and to provide relevant content for DPMS in social media outlets such as Facebook.

• Add new products online (copy, pricing, imagery)
• Manage current SKUs (copy, pricing, imagery)
• Use knowledge of product line to maximize new site potential
• Organize and launch weekly email blasts to customers
• Take and alter product imagery for customers, and website through the use of Photoshop and Illustrator
• Monitor DPMS online contact (CRM, Blog, AR15 Forums, email, live chat)
• Work hand in hand with Remington web team providing data
• Assist sales & product management team with basic creative design to streamline the process for contact with ad agency
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor (video editing, research, inventory, etc)

Education/Experience:
Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Language Skills:
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or government regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

Mathematical Skills:
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.

Reasoning Ability:
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagrams, or schedule form.

Computer Skills:
Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, Premiere, GoLive, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point and Quark Xpress. Must have proficiency with web browsers and search engines. Understand the fundamentals of JavaScript, HTML, .NET and other web based coding languages.

Other Skills and Abilities:
• Must have an understanding of design principles and color theory. Be able to research and implement new technologies and programs as needed. A working knowledge of the products manufactured and sold by DPMS (to be taught). Knowledge of mass email systems; Mac OS usage and Customer service

While performing the duties of this job the employee is constantly required to sit. Employee is frequently required to use their fingers, arms, and hands to reach, handle or feel.

The noise level in the work environment is typical to that of an office with the regular use of printers, copiers, fax machines, phones, intercoms and other office related equipment.

While normal working hours are from 8:00a.m. — 5:00p.m., flexibility is required in order to meet deadlines and company requirements

Joanne Kaczmarek, PHR| Human Resource Manager
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Oh wow, a job posting for which I’m qualified.  Yay IT/Business!  I’ve pretty much decided I’m going to go on for an Electrical Engineering degree though… all these temptations are driving me a bit nuts, even so.  At least it means my current degrees aren’t useless.  Hopefully there are some other people on here though that are qualified/interested, because that seems like a great position.

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Who wants to work for Beretta? The following positions are open to qualified candidates, and include relocation.
– E-Commerce Manager
– ProShop Manager
– Demand & Supply Planner
– Production Manager – CNC Machining

– Product Marketing Manager – Shotguns & Rifles
– Regional Manager – West
– Purchasing Manager
– Strategic Sourcing Purchasing Engineer
More info here: http://www.berettausa.com/careers/

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Just saw on FB this morning that Opsgear and G5 are hiring.

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Indeed.com is the site that compiles most all other job sites across the U.S. including government, as well as jobs for profit and non-profit organizations.

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I need a job….Cool

Do you have any in the political arena?

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I really need to get my resume put together.  Guess I will go to the transistion office here on base and see if they can help out with that.  My contract is up in April and even though I’ve been in for 11 years, I’m considering getting out and checking out the “real” world…  Any known places that help with resumes?

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sig383 said
I really need to get my resume put together.  Guess I will go to the transistion office here on base and see if they can help out with that.  My contract is up in April and even though I’ve been in for 11 years, I’m considering getting out and checking out the “real” world…  Any known places that help with resumes?

I would try a quick search online that is how my wife made hers, and it was the same if not better info. than what I got in an actual class about writing resumes.

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paul said
T ell me about it. If you think it’s hard without a degree try adding 56yrs old and a bum leg. Asking it they want fries with that don’t cut it.

There is a lot of discrimination by businesses lately. If you are in your 40’s or older and iso a job you can just about forget it if you know no one on the inside. It takes a lot of time and effort to network to get at least an interview and then they have many excuses why not to hire you. At least this is my experience here. Corporations are also looking to decrease costs so they are not interested in paying more money for experience if they can get someone younger and more naive or foreign on a work visa to fill the spot. Ultimately they want someone to be able to just jump right in and do the job, have no or limited benefits and work for half the wage of the person being replaced. Some corporations have unrealistic goals and will find themselves falling behind if not non-existent in the future if their attitude toward employees doesn’t change. 

 

Btw, I am a long term unemployed aircraft mechanic stuck in a city with no jobs in my field and no way to relocate w/o assistance from a company. I am also attending a free course in renewable energy with solar pv and solar thermal the main focus. With my background, solar installs & maintenance especially wind turbine would be a fit but again not much going on here yet. I am looking to operate my own business or be part owner in one in my locale if nothing else presents itself.

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The RMEF is hiring 3 positions right now.

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The RMEF is hiring 3 positions right now.

http://www.rmef.org/Jobs

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Thank you

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So far the site only shows one position.

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try http://www.fcx.com its the company I work for and they have jobs all over the US and the world good pay and some good benefits and there are a few outdoor jobs as well, no degree required for most of the entry level jobs

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Looking for something in SW Idaho…I live in Caldwell, and moving isn’t much of an option…If  you hear of any openings, my e-mail is Montanagyrene@yahoo.com

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Montanagyrene said
Looking for something in SW Idaho…I live in Caldwell, and moving isn’t much of an option…If  you hear of any openings, my e-mail is Montanagyrene@yahoo.com

It may help if you say something about what kind of work you are after and what experience you’ve got.  It couldn’t hurt.

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Anyone know of any jobs in Wyoming? I can send resume upon request.

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Here in Colorado Springs there is a bass pro shop opening up pretty soon.  A lot of people to hire.  Just throwing it out there.  Good luck

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What a great post! I hope it helps some people!! Has any got a job from this post?

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I am looking for work now. It does not look like this topic has been visited lately.Frown

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This thread has not been very active in the past year or two.

What kind of work are you looking for?

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wyflyguy said
This thread has not been very active in the past year or two.

What kind of work are you looking for?

I was in the printing industry for 19 1/2 years before my lay off. Would like to try a new career, I have applied for a security position, warehouse work, so open for most things just not qualified for much. Would also like to stay in the Salt Lake area. I have been thinking of looking into a CDL.

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Sorry to hear about the lay-off.  That’s a tough deal.

I wish you the best of luck finding something that will work for you.

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