Safari Club International is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries, full benefits, and a generous retirement plan. Headquartered 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

Litigation Counsel - Location: Washington, D.C.

 Safari Club International is looking for an attorney with 10+ (preferably) years of wildlife law litigation experience.  This attorney will join SCI’s Legal Advocacy and International Affairs Department and will work primarily on federal and state litigation involving hunting and the sustainable use management and conservation of wildlife.  This is a full-time position in Washington, D.C. but it is possible for the attorney to telecommute from outside the D.C. area.  The attorney will also assist with the drafting of comment letters on federal and state regulation, policy and resource management actions and will review, analyze and draft proposed federal and state legislation and regulation.  In addition, the attorney will assist with the development and preparation of SCI’s continuing legal education programs and will prepare materials and participate in SCI’s advocacy-related committee meetings.  Applicants must be supportive of hunting for both domestic and international wildlife management and conservation.  Interested applicants should contact Anna Seidman, SCI Director of Legal Advocacy and International Affairs at aseidman@safariclub.org.

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Record Book Specialist - Location: Tucson, AZ

The primary responsibilities of the Record Book Specialist are to manage and process Record Book entries into the Record Book software and provide customer service support to SCI members. Processing Record Book entries includes billing customers for entry fee(s), digitalizing the entry form submitted, and managing the current batch processing of Record Book Entries. As the Record Book Specialist, becoming a SCI Master Measurer is required as part of the position. As A Master Measurer, duties would also include the scoring of Big Game Animals as needed for SCI members locally and assisting the SCI Record Book Manager and/or the Measuring Coordinator in the scoring of Trophy Rooms for SCI members throughout the US.

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To apply for any open positions please send a resume and a cover letter to Human Resources at work@safariclub.org.

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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.

Benefits at SCI

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