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Taxidermy Position Opening

Discussion in 'Taxidermy Employment' started by W.L.C, Nov 1, 2018.

  1. W.L.C in Northeast Ohio has an opening for a ground floor position, if your looking to get into the industry email Steve at [email protected] or call 330-637-9610, there are a few requirements, not everyones cut out for industry. I'm a processor, taxidermist, and retail store. Thanks Steve at W.L.C
  2. Opening season is Monday and I'm glad everyone in PA and Northeast Ohio are all ready working. Can't believe someone isn't looking to start a career in taxidermy and get paid to learn.
    socalmountainman likes this.

  3. WildlifeLady

    WildlifeLady Member

    It is a challenging industry. Lots of people wantto be a taxidermist, but do not realize what it takes.
  4. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    The correct spelling of taxidermy is W-O-R-K...no hunting, no fishing, no diddly-shitting around on a cell phone...just work that you must be passionate about. Hope there is someone out there who will fill your need.
    Todd R. likes this.
  5. we are still hiring for the up coming season
  6. last call, before I do it all DSC01698.JPG
  7. crstchoi

    crstchoi New Member

    Are you still looking? I don't have experience so would it be a problem?
  8. Season starts tomorrow, any interested persons should call Steve at 330-637-9610 for interviews. We have openings in all aspects of the industry
  9. We are currently looking to fill 2021 season positions again, Anyone interested in working on mounts or meat let me know. Thanks Steve at W.L.C
  10. 3420 people viewed this add and 0 phone calls or messages, when I started 35 years ago I would of loved to get paid to learn taxidermy,
    Kerby Ross likes this.
  11. Kerby Ross

    Kerby Ross KSU - Class of '83; U.S. Army - Infantry (83-92)

    46 years ago I took taxidermy at Northwestern High School (Wayne County, OH) as our biology teacher also taught taxidermy in high school. Class was always full.