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Jan 13 2018

Hunting Guide Job Opportunities In Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Washington With Bearpaw Outfitters, job hunting.#Job


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Job Description: Experienced cook with reliable 4×4 transportation to cook in hunting camps or hunting lodge in Southeast Idaho and possibly Northern Utah. Cook will also clean, maintain the grocery inventory list, and perform other duties necessary for operation of the business. It will be a plus to live in southeast Idaho or northern Utah, but it’s not a requirement. Review the General Employment Info , Compensation , and Applying For A Position below.

Idaho Hunting Guide

Job Description: Experienced elk and mule deer hunter with reliable 4×4 hunting transportation and optics to guide hunters in Southeast Idaho and the north half of Utah. Previous guiding experience is beneficial but not an absolute necessity for the right person. It will be a plus to live in southeast Idaho or northern Utah, but it’s not a requirement. Successful applicant will need to be First Aid and CPR certified and meet requirements for licensing in Idaho. Review the General Employment Info , Compensation , and Applying For A Position below.

Utah Hunting Guide

Job Description: Experienced elk and mule deer hunter with reliable 4×4 hunting transportation and optics to guide hunters in the north half of Utah. Previous guiding experience is beneficial but not an absolute necessity for the right person. It will be a plus to live in southeast Idaho or northern Utah, but it’s not a requirement. Successful applicant will need to be First Aid and CPR certified and pass the Utah Guide License Test. Review the General Employment Info , Compensation , and Applying For A Position below.

Montana Hunting Guide

Job Description: Experienced deer and antelope hunter with reliable 4×4 hunting transportation and optics to guide hunters in the central and eastern Montana area. Previous guiding experience is beneficial but not an absolute necessity for the right person. It will be a plus to live in Montana, but it’s not a requirement. Successful applicant will need to be First Aid and CPR certified and meet requirements for licensing in Montana. Review the General Employment Info , Compensation , and Applying For A Position below.

Apprentice Guide/Wrangler/Camp Jack

Job D escription: Experienced hunter with reliable 4×4 transportation who would like to learn to be a guide while you work. Successful applicant must be willing to spend time learning and doing the many different odd jobs necessary to keep an outfitting business going. This may include setting camps, wrangler work, cooking, accompanying experienced guides, cutting firewood, skinning game, packing meat, or many other odd jobs. As abilities improve and its determined that you are capable of guiding, you will be transitioned into more of a guide than an apprentice. Successful applicant will need to be First Aid and CPR certified and meet requirements for guide licensing. Review the General Employment Info , Compensation , and Applying For A Position below.

General Employment Info

Successful applicants Must Be: Honest, mature, dependable, self motivated, clean and presentable, drug free, non-alcoholic, enjoy people, be a knowledgeable and experienced hunter, and should have no wildlife violations. Successful applicants must attend First Aid and CPR class if not already certified. Guides must learn the hunting areas and learn the habits of local game herds before you can be licensed and guide hunters. Lodging and meals are provided at our hunting locations during the hunts so you will have minimal living expenses. Guide school is a definite plus but not an absolute necessity. Most previous employees have other occupations and work for Bearpaw Outfitters anywhere from one week to three months each year. Folks of all ages have proven to be valuable assets to the operation. What’s important is that you are friendly and professional with the hunters, perform the many requirements of the job, and represent Bearpaw Outfitters well.

$100 per Day which includes $68.40 for Wages and $31.60 for Vehicle and Gear. Its common to work 20 or more days per month during a busy season. Your performance will determine longevity and wage increases.

Applying For A Position

Please send a short resume detailing the position you desire, your previous work experience, the number of years you have been hunting various species of game and your successes if you are applying to guide, what experiences qualify you for the job, personal character references, work references, your goals in the outdoor industry, and your job expectations. Thanks For Your Interest In Bearpaw Outfitters, Dale Tara Denney


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