Safari Club International is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries, full benefits, and a generous retirement plan. Located in the heart of Arizona's lush Sonoran Desert, SCI is looking for professional staff who are dedicated to holding the organization's charitable tenets to their highest standard.

Current Openings

Director of IT

The Director of IT coordinates, leads and provides direction to all members of the Information Technology department. Provides hands-on technical support across a breadth of infrastructure including web development, network systems, physical/virtual servers, database systems, backup and recovery strategies, VOIP, storage systems and end-user desktop services.  

All applicants should demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, hunting as an essential part of biologically sound and ethically responsible international wildlife management.  

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Director of Member and Chapter Services

This position is responsible for SCI Member and Chapter Services staff functions which include membership fulfillment requirements, processing of all chapter and membership applications, and customer service. Oversees membership records, including membership growth, retention and acquisition analysis. Develops, promotes, plans, implements and manages membership programs and annual membership campaigns. 

All applicants should demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, hunting as an essential part of biologically sound and ethically responsible international wildlife management.

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Paralegal - Washington DC

This position will support the litigation efforts of three attorneys by conducting internet research, formatting legal documents, reviewing administrative records, assembling appendices and addendums, drafting and finalizing documents such as declarations and certifications, conducting communications with clients and other attorneys’ offices, and organizing and maintaining files. The Paralegal may also be asked to electronically file pleadings and motions, obtain information from court dockets, and interact with court clerks. On some occasions, the Paralegal may help prepare for hearings and trials by organizing exhibits and assisting with other tasks as required. The Paralegal will also assist with non-litigation duties including preparing for meetings, arranging travel, preparing expense reports, taking and transcribing minutes of meetings, compiling a newsletter, and performing other tasks that may arise.

All applicants should demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, hunting as an essential part of biologically sound and ethically responsible international wildlife management. The ideal candidate will have an existing knowledge of SCI’s current programs and mission, and be passionate about hunter’s rights.  

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Education Specialist – Part Time (International Wildlife Museum)

This position is responsible for assisting in the development and delivery of museum education programs. The position is also responsible for assisting the museum education manager in grant writing and reporting for museum education programs, as well as assisting in writing press releases and articles that promote activities at the International Wildlife Museum. The position will assist with special events on an as needed basis. 

All applicants should demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, hunting as an essential part of biologically sound and ethically responsible international wildlife management.

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Temporary Convention Registration Agent

Responsible for registering new and existing members through our call center/data entry program, assisting members with accurate convention pre-sales and information. Assist registration team with preparation for convention. During Convention, onsite responsibilities include registration agent line supervision, ensure members correctly receive all items purchased, provide professional customer service to all members and support agents with onsite assistance. Responsible for other related duties as assigned. Tucson office and onsite training will be provided by SCI and is mandatory for placement. 

All applicants should demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, hunting as an essential part of biologically sound and ethically responsible international wildlife management.  

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Convention Auction Intern

This position will assist with all aspects of convention auctions as assigned. This will include learning to utilize Auction database and create descriptive write-ups of donated auction items.

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Convention Administration Intern

This position will assist with all aspects of convention administration and exhibits as assigned. This will include learning to utilize event planning software and learning how to read contracts.


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IT Intern

This position will help to provide support services to network users with technical problems/issues involving desktop, laptop or network services. Assists in developing, documenting, and implementing standard operating procedures and customer service guidelines relating to courteous and customer-oriented service.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

This position works with SCI Foundation Director of Marketing to organize, research, and maintain promotional materials for SCI Foundation departments and staff. Supports production of E-newsletter content and advertising, special event support, video production, and social media. Directly supports Safari Club International Foundation’s marketing function through print, direct mail, and online and social media outreach.

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Employee Benefits Summary

About SCI
Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide.

SCI is committed to:

  • Providing value to members by shaping legislation and policies that protect the freedom to hunt locally, nationally and internationally.
  • Keeping members informed regarding issues that impact hunting while educating and entertaining members with engaging articles about the rich heritage of hunting in all forms of media.
  • Providing a community for hunters worldwide where camaraderie is enjoyed and expert information is exchanged, and where members are able to participate in a market for quality hunting goods and services.
  • Promoting a positive image of hunters and portraying them as responsible citizens who fund wildlife conservation, education and other programs which benefit the community.

SCI Human Resources
4800 West Gates Pass Road
Tucson, AZ 85745
Phone: 520-620-1220
Fax: 520-618-3567
Email: Human Resources