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Basic Hunter Education, Bow Hunter Education, and Muzzleloader Hunter Education Classes

Classes are usually conducted once or twice each month, typically on Mon/Tue evenings and on Saturdays and Sundays. Visit the Hunter Education website or stop in at the range for the upcoming schedule or phone 459-7206 for more information. Classes often fill quickly so plan ahead and register for a class soon.

Upcoming Shooting Leagues

For more information about the shooting leagues, visit us at the range or phone (907) 452-5837 during walk-in public shooting hours. You may also visit the AIM-COMM League Shooting page, the website of our official non-profit partner organization, AIM-COMM, who conducts the AIM-COMM Shooting Leagues at the range! Programs/Schedules, Results, Registrations Forms and more are available online at

Please forward this recruitment information on to anyone who might be interested (or to those who may know someone who may be interested) in the position.

JOB OPPORTUNITY! The Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation in Fairbanks, is recruiting for a permanent-seasonal, part-time, Fish & Wildlife Technician II (Range Technician). The position is assigned to the Hunter Education Indoor Shooting Range at 1501 College Road.

Do you have a desire to help promote the safe and responsible use of firearms and participation in hunting and the shooting sports? Do you wish to help others be safe and proficient with firearms? Are you an advocate for wildlife conservation, hunting, and the shooting sports? Are you willing and able to work evenings and weekends, and serve the community by assisting with the operations of an indoor shooting range? Are you punctual, reliable, 18 years of age or older, and have experience safely hunting and shooting? If you answered yes to all these questions, then you might be interested in this challenging yet rewarding job with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Fairbanks.

This recruitment is open to Alaska Residents only. The initial season is, tentatively, October 2016 - April or May 2017.

  • Position: Fish and Wildlife Technician II (PCN 11-2167) (Range Technician)
  • Salary: $16.84 Hourly
  • Location: Fairbanks, AK
  • Job Type: Permanent-Seasonal, Part-time (View recruitment for details)
  • Department: Fish & Game
  • Job Number: 11875

If interested, make sure to apply before the recruitment deadline (indicated on Workplace Alaska).

View the recruitment and apply online (make sure to include/attach a complete cover letter) at: