Hunter job postings for job searching in Arizona have opened up, as part of an effort to hire more hunters and help reduce the number of people in the state who work as contract hunters.
The new job postings were posted Wednesday on the Arizona Bureau of Game and Fish’s website and on Facebook.
They include positions for contract hunters, hunters with hunting licenses, hunters who are licensed as hunters in another state and hunters who don’t have a hunting license in Arizona.
Hunters who are currently hunting in other states, such as Colorado, Montana, Idaho and Washington, also have an option to apply.
There is no current application deadline.
For those who are already hunting in another country, the posting says hunters must be in the United States legally and have a hunter license to apply for a job with the Bureau of Land Management.
They also must have a permit to hunt on public lands.
Hunters who have a non-hunting license in another location must submit their application to the BLM for approval.
Hunting license hunters are also required to have a license for the state they hunt in.
Hunts in Alaska, Brazil, the Bahamas, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, New Zealand, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, the Virgin Islands, and the Western Pacific have also been added to the list of places hunters can apply.
The agency is looking for experienced hunters who have experience hunting with dogs and who are looking for hunters who enjoy being outdoors, such a people who enjoy learning and hunting.