Careers at SCI Foundation
Safari Club International Foundation 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.
SCI Foundation’s Mission and Purpose
The mission of SCI Foundation is to ensure the future of wildlife through conservation, education, and hunting, while its purposes are as follows:
- To conduct and support scientific and technical studies in the field of wildlife conservation, to assist in the design and development of scientifically sound wildlife programs for the management of wildlife and sustainable use hunting, and to demonstrate the constructive role that hunting and hunters play in the conservation of wildlife and in preserving biodiversity worldwide.
- To carry out and to support education programs on wildlife conservation, ecology and natural resource management that include a demonstration of the constructive role that hunting and hunters play in natural resource conservation and land management.
- To design, carry out and support programs to assist the disabled in enjoying sustainable hunting and to utilize the resources of the hunting community and the various aspects of hunting to aid those less fortunate by providing humanitarian services.
- To provide charitable donations to other organizations or to individuals pursuing the same or similar goals as those of the SCI Foundation; and
- To undertake activities permitted by law to publicly-supported organizations exempt from taxation under Section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States of America, and to receive or make contributions which are deductible for federal income, estate and gift tax purposes.
Current Open Positions
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.
Conservation Program Intern
This position will provide support to the professional wildlife biology staff within the Conservation Department of the SCI Foundation, as well as assist with the general administrative support of the SCI Washington, DC Office. Will assist with managing conservation projects and programs both internationally and in the United States. The assistant will be responsible for meeting regular communication needs within the SCI Foundation, organizing files, maintaining budget information, and preparing reports and other written materials that reflect the status and accomplishments of the organization’s programs. In addition, the incumbent may be called on to prepare communications with the public and our organization’s staff and members.
For more information, contact our Human Resource Department at:
SCIF Human Resources
4800 West Gates Pass Road
Tucson, AZ 85745
Email: Human Resources