Welcome to another Orvis Job Openings announcement, where we update you periodically on the opportunities to be a part of the Orvis team. If you follow our social channels, you’re probably already aware of what a great place this is to work—from the beautiful office building nestled into the Green Mountains, to our dogs-in-the-office policy, to the opportunity to work with others who are passionate about dogs and the outdoors.
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Fly Fishing and Wingshooting Community Leader
Both fly fishing and wingshooting are at the core of Orvis products, services and culture, and industry leadership in both sports is a critical part of the Orvis strategy for growth. In pursuit of future growth, Orvis has made significant investments in developing relationships with pro guides, media, lodges and non-profit organizations. The Fly Fishing & Wingshooting Community Leader will work to accelerate the growth within the fly angling and wingshooting communities by identifying strategies and opportunities to make Orvis the leading brand among the U.S. fly anglers and upland hunters. The Community Leader will connect with the angling and wingshooting communities, further develop and manage key relationships within those communities and coordinate specific marketing initiatives. The Community Leader will be asked to develop an annual community marketing plan, set annual goals and execute the plan .
Junior Product Designer – Fish/ Hunt
The Fly Fishing and Hunting Product Development team is seeking a Junior Product Designer responsible for the development, growth, and profit of key Orvis-branded product. We are looking for a self-motivated candidate willing to jump in and assist on multiple projects at once. You will contribute to all stages of development, from initial research and sketching, through 3D modeling and prototyping.
The ideal candidate should have a background in Industrial Design with strong form development, sketching skills, and an understanding of soft goods. You will support all areas of development with specific tasks including: product research, ideation/sketching, brainstorming, 3D modeling, prototyping, and tech-pack creation. If you have a strong passion for design and are eager to learn, we want you!
IT Systems Engineer
The IT Systems Engineer will be responsible for the installation, upgrade and maintenance of applications, middleware, and servers, which includes the installation of new software releases and system upgrades, and evaluation/installation of patches. You will also be responsible for system server life cycle, may assist in planning, developing and deploying a variety of on-premise and remote solutions and systems. These responsibilities involve analyzing business needs and opportunities, developing and executing system enhancements and new technology installations as well as providing technical support and training. Additional duties of the IT Systems Engineer include helping to implement and maintain the architecture necessary for departmental systems integration with other applications and troubleshooting and resolving complex technical problems with the systems to include application, connectivity, and server problems. You will also plan and implement operating procedures for backup and recovery processes Services.
Retail Fishing Manager – Bellevue, WA; Bethesda, MD; Birmingham, AL; Carmel, IN; Charlotte, NC; Dedham, MA; and Richmond, VA.
The Orvis Retail Fishing Manager is a retail professional role model in attitude and appearance who drives sales and profit growth by providing a world-class shopping experience to all Orvis customers. The Fishing Manager assists the Store Manager in all management duties of the retail store, is responsible for the daily operations of the fly-fishing department, and demonstrates excellent business acumen including visual merchandising, sales analysis, and success in selling fishing, outdoor and the wider range of Orvis products.
4 thoughts on “Orvis Job Openings 02.04.18”
My fly rod was stolen and I’m not a pro by any means. I would love to assist your company any way i can. I live in Utah and not far from Montana……..excellent fly fishing areas. Call or text. I’m 61 and looking to retire soon. Lon Elbert, 801-205-7845 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
No one owes you a fly rod, but you can find a very suitable replacement for your stolen one . Go to Amazon.com and pull up Maxcatch fly rods; most of them are about $50 and I have some that I use for instruction of fly-casting for the Boy Scouts. I have made up over 100 rods over many years; I cannot even begin to buy a raw blank for $50, let alone a Korean made fly rod with cloth bag and rod case! Reels, if you are careful not to fall into the trap of fancy and heavy drag mechanisms, are also on sale on adjacent pages for about $25. I tell our Scouts that a prudent fly-fisher can walk away with an entire outfit for about $100. The Maxcatch lines are … OK…not the highest end, but quite good as floating lines for general use. If you do not tie your own flies, The Fly Shack.com sells most patterns for about 89 cents + shipping. This wonderful art and craft need not cost you a small fortune. I am also retired with a low-end pension and I do not work for any of the commercial folks that I have named. Yes, I own a few ORVIS rods and Battenkill reels which I have bought over many years. ORVIS has lots of excellent products but it is unnecessary to start there!