The average pay for a Range Master is €57,801 a year and €28 an hour in Finland.
The average salary range for a Range Master is between €40,501 and €71,610.
On average, an Associate Degree is the highest level of education for a Range Master.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Finland.
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Manages activities of gun club: confers with governing body, and other gun clubs, organizations and associations to arrange competitive shooting meets.
Publicizes events and club facilities to acquaint public with sport and to solicit members.
Informs club members of coming events through bulletin notices or club paper.
Purchases ammunition, firearms, and supplies.
Sells supplies and firearms to club members.
Coordinates events to determine eligible participants, type of competition, and time meet is held.
Advises participants of changes in rules and regulations governing meet.
Keeps records of expenditures, dues, and membership.
Enforces safety rules and regulations.
Directs maintenance crew activities, such as placing shooting targets in designated area, repairing targets, keeping yards and grounds clean, and performing landscaping.
May instruct new members on use of firearms.
May act as judge in competition trap or skeet shooting meets.