Work and Play on the Banks of the Magnificent Henry’s Fork River
The Flat Rock Club is a private fly fishing club established in 1906 that sits on 150 acres of unsurpassed beautiful forested land along the banks of the famous Henry’s Fork of the Snake River.
We are located in the small town of Macks Inn, Idaho, off Highway 20 just 25 miles south of the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park and 68 miles north of Idaho Falls, Idaho.
About Flat Rock Club
The Flat Rock Club is privately owned by 50 shareholders that visit the Club with their family and friends throughout the summer mainly to engage in world-class fly fishing on the Henry’s Fork and other rivers within the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. The Club is not open to the general public. Our website is private with only the home page showing to non-members.
The Club provides lodging in a variety of log cabins ranging in size from a single room to ten rooms. Members gather nightly in the lounge to ponder the day's activities before venturing to the dining room to enjoy a three-course gourmet dinner. Breakfast is served daily and sack lunches are prepared before the members depart for their day of fishing or other activity.
Members come from all walks of life and have traveled extensively throughout the world. They expect excellent service and are accustomed to dining on sophisticated cuisine. We emphasize gracious, friendly, and detail oriented service to each of the members.
The Employee Experience
Your time working at the Flat Rock Club will be full of memories from meeting people from all over the United States to your personal adventures exploring the area. Members will share many fascinating tales of their day on the water to their travels through many exotic places. Your position plays an essential role to an enjoyable visit by each member. You are a valued member of the team. The hustle and bustle of city life is left behind when you enter the tranquil property we proudly call the Flat Rock Club.
Employees are expected to have an honest, respectful work ethic; be hardworking, and be committed to excellent customer service. A friendly smile brightens the day for everyone.
Flexibility is essential as well as being a team player. Loving the outdoors and all it has to offer is vital. Each day presents a new challenge that needs to be approached with a positive attitude. A good sense of humor is necessary!
The willingness to learn is more important than work experience. A commitment to doing your best is what we strive for in each employee. We will teach you the skills you need to be successful at your job.
Successful applicants must commit to stay entire season which begins May 15 and ends early October. If you cannot stay the entire season, please do not waste our time or your time submitting an application.
Room and Board
Individual dorm style rooms located over the kitchen/dining room are provided at a minimal fee. Rooms are furnished with a bed, dresser, and open closet. Two bathrooms are shared; one with a stall shower and one with a claw foot bathtub/shower.
The chef cabin is located directly across from the kitchen. It has a living room, bedroom, and bathroom. This cabin is furnished.
Housing is for single individuals and not set up for families or pets.
Meals are provided during your shift.
We offer very competitive wages along with a share of gratuities. The opportunity to live in such a magnificent area surrounded by the sounds of nature with free time almost every day to enjoy the abundance of activities is a bonus. Canoes are available for employee use if not in use by members. Fly fishing instruction is provided for anyone that wants to learn.
Getting Here and Getting Around
Employees will need their own vehicle.
No taxi service is available and the closest town with major shopping is 50 miles.
The Club is located 7/10 of a mile off the main highway on a dirt road.
Yellowstone National Park is only 25 miles from the Club and Grand Teton National Park is approximately 100 miles from the Club. Harriman State Park is only minutes away as well as Henry's Lake State Park.
Many rivers surround the area for fishing and boating, hiking and biking trails are nearby, several horseback riding stables are close.
If you don’t know how to fly fish, we will teach you!
- Head Chef
- Morning and Evening Servers
One of the most important factors that contribute to the member's experience at the Flat Rock Club is excellent food!
The Head Chef must present themselves in a professional manner at all times. A broad knowledge of cuisines is essential along with the ability to accommodate a variety of dietary restrictions. The chef will be responsible for creating a five-star dinner menu, ordering food, inventory control, and possess a positive, friendly attitude to run a successful kitchen. A clean, well-kept kitchen is mandatory.
The Serving and Housekeeping positions are usually combined to allow the employee to work as many hours as possible. Each shift varies from three to four hours depending upon occupancy. Morning shift starts approximately 6 am and usually ends by 10 am. Evening shift starts approximately 6 pm and usually ends by 9 pm. Housekeeping shift starts approximately 9 am and usually ends before 1 pm. Some experience is preferred but not necessary. Miscellaneous projects throughout the season will allow employees to work extra hours.
The Dishwasher can also combine hours with other positions. No experience is necessary.
How to Apply
Our work season runs May 15 through the first week of October. The club is open 7 days a week starting May 25 and ending September 30. Applicants must commit to staying entire season. Please do not waste our time or your time if you cannot commit to staying the entire season.
Please complete the online application or apply via email email@example.com
Thank you for taking the time to apply!