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BASF Main Range Camp Host Program

 
To Apply or
for More Information Contact:

Jim White
jwhite@azgfd.gov
623 582-8313
 
   
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Requirements for the Program

-Preferably individuals that enjoy shooting sports and are tolerant of typical range noise.

-Must have a fully equipped travel trailer or recreational vehicle.

-Must be in good health and capable of doing manual labor, including outdoor activities in the elements.

-Able to work and live in close proximity to fellow hosts, and have a friendly nature and willingness to help when requested.

-Support the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s mission, core values and vision.

-Must commit to arrive on or before November 14 and stay through April 1.

-Willing to work in the Arizona ever changing climate.

-Willing to provide information necessary for a background check.


     
What the Program has to Offer   General Duties of the Host Candidate

-Space and hook-up for approved camp hosts.

-Laundry facility and electrical/ water/ sewer connection for the host only.

-Friendly work environment and a great platform to explore the wonders of Arizona.

-Availability of numerous public shooting ranges and archery ranges.

-Shopping, restaurants and conveniences (mail services, etc.) near-by.


 

-Landscaping maintenance: raking, tree trimming, shoveling dirt or rock, vegetation suppression (may be required to lift up to 60 pounds).

-Cleaning restrooms and basic building custodial duties.

-Shooting range maintenance, raking grounds, trash pickup, and working with user groups.

-Assisting with Department events as requested.

-Participating in Department training as required.



 
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