Outside Caretaker for Hunting/Fishing and Property Management
Posted by Tunxis Club Inc. on 04/29/2022
Industry Sector: Fishing, Hunting/Shooting, Outdoor
Job Categories: Guide (raft,fish,bike hunt,horse etc.), Operations, Outdoor Education, Trail Management
Company Type: DoesnotApply
Country: United States
Job Type: Full Time
Salary: Competitive based on experience and market
Required to Relocate: Yes
Required to Travel: No
Employee May Telecommute: No
Job Seeker Must Live Within:
Job Description & Requirements
Private club community in a quiet Berkshire MA town has a full-time, live-in position for an Outside Manager. Successful candidate will be responsible for maintenance of club grounds and recreational facilities, for executing projects identified by club forestry, field and conservation plans, for supervising preserve and hunting activities, and for maintaining a secure club environment. Candidate will be required to foster strong relationships and engage regularly with club members, contractors and town service providers.
Our community promotes outdoor, athletic, social, and natural resource conservation activities. The property is nestled on the shores of a mountain lake surrounded by 5000+ club owned and leased acres of serene wilderness. Location offers proximity to Berkshire cultural centers as well as the greater Hartford/Springfield area.
Qualified candidate must have experience with forest, outdoor and agricultural management, be a self-starter and be proficient with small farm tractor and other agricultural maintenance equipment.
Compensation package includes competitive salary, excellent benefits, paid vacation, use of the Club truck and other equipment, and a farmhouse residence with barn and workshop.
If you are interested in this position please forward your resume with a cover letter to email@example.com by May 31, 2022.
About Tunxis Club Inc.
The Tunxis Club, founded in 1898 as a hunting and fishing club, is a private membership organization located in the southern Berkshires whose members are committed to the Club enduring as a special place with a multitude of natural resources including forests, ponds and natural habitats for wildlife balanced with outstanding social and recreational opportunities for its members. The Club sustains stewardship of these exceptional resources in ways that enhance members' interaction with nature and that preserve the integrity of its environment in the midst of increasing developmental pressures in the region.