Welcome to the Orvis Job Wall, where we update you periodically on the opportunities to be a part of the Orvis team. If you read this blog regularly, 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 the onsite bass-and-trout pond, to the opportunity to run into Tom Rosenbauer every day. (Of course, I get to sit right next to him.) In this edition of the “Job Wall,” we’ve got an opening in our Travel department, which sends anglers and wingshooters to the four corners of the globe.
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Fly-Fishing Travel Specialist
Orvis Adventures is dedicated to providing Orvis customers with unique trips—both domestically and internationally—that reflect the Orvis lifestyle. Our travel specialists are dedicated to providing the highest quality, friendly customer service in every phase of trip selection, planning and participation. Orvis Adventures trips are part of the lifetime relationship between customers and the Orvis Company. Extraordinary customer relationships and personal connections are the foundation of our success.
We are seeking a Fly-Fishing Travel Specialist to join our team of travel professionals in Sunderland, Vermont. While we are passionate about the outdoors, this is an office-based position, requiring a minimum of 40 hours per week. There will be occasional opportunities to lead Orvis group trips, as well as participate in familiarization trips to Orvis-Endorsed destinations..
Retail Fishing Manager (Reno, Nevada)
The Communications Director 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.
Each of our retail stores is unique, and the successful Store Manager must be able to understand and tailor the Orvis brand presentation to the space and floor plan of the individual store using demonstrated talent in visual presentation of merchandise.
4 thoughts on “Orvis Job Wall: A Rare “Dream Job” Opening in Travel!”
Saw this posting and would love to apply. I am currently a fishing guide in the Adirondack park of NY. I have moved to Vermont for winter work. Would love to seek further information about this position. How might I go about bout doing so?
Hi ,saw this post ,any interest in Quebec ! been fishing for 50 years its my passion !!!Mostly all trouts and land locked salmon !pike ,musky ,bass no real secret to me .Wondering if at all possible to be part of an exciting team !
Hi! Saw the post for the Travel Speacialist, and I’m interested. I have experience in the fishing industry, as well as a strong CSR background. I transitioned to fly fishing 20 years ago, and it’s mostly what I do now. I’m from NJ, so I have experience with Atlantic coastal species, including sharks. I’ve also lived in Ohio, and have a great deal of experience fishing skinny waters there. Here in TN, I have fished for anything from trout, to smallies and BIG stripers.
I have also fished on the UP for smallies and pike.