The Port Coquitlam & District Hunting and Fishing Club (PCDHFC – www.pcdhfc.com) requires qualified individuals to join our safety team at the shooting ranges at 5000 Harper Rd., Coquitlam, B.C.
Range Officers are responsible for ensuring all visitors and members taking part or observing shooting activities do so under the safety protocols outlined in our club policy, under recognized safe handling of firearms and under applicable firearms laws and regulations.
We are looking for calm, diligent individuals with high attention to detail in observation and in adherence to safety protocol, who have thrived in an often high pressure environment where safety is paramount balanced with the ability to serve the public with respect. The individual understands the law and regulations governing firearms in Canada and B.C. and will be familiar with range safety protocol at shooting ranges serving the public, military and/or law enforcement. The candidate will have experience in the safe handling of all common firearms actions and have up to date non-restricted and restricted PAL. The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator, teacher, with demonstrated experience in conflict resolution and human resource management.
Availability: Immediate with training period
Position: Full-Time and Part-time opportunities
A detailed job description can be downloaded here.
Pay scale / compensation:
- $17.50-$24/hr with periodic increases and performance review
- safety equipment and PPE provided
- opportunities at training
- membership with the club
How to Apply
If you wish to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with cover letter and resume.
PCDHFC hires the best candidates and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sex, ethnicity, age or cultural background.
About the Port Coquitlam & District Hunting and Fishing Club
Located on the edges of the fast growing city of Coquitlam, British Columbia, since 1956 PCDHFC offers to its members, public and renters: eight outdoor shooting ranges, a multitude of active sport disciplines including LEAP, PPC, IPSC, Trap & Skeet and Archery; and permanent training facilities used by law enforcement from around the Lower Mainland of B.C. A non-profit society with over 2,000 members, PCDHFC provides a safe, monitored center for skills, sport and learning for shooters, hunters, and archers. Through our salmon hatchery on the Coquitlam River and other initiatives, PCDHFC fosters the environment enjoyed by our members for the good of all British Columbians.