Spend a summer in the beautiful wilderness surroundings of Montana!
- Start Date:
Wrangler wanted to guide horseback rides in the wilderness area north of Yellowstone Park. This staff person must be able to ride horseback up to 8 hours/day if necessary. Besides working with horses, other duties include things such as trail clearing, weed control, fencing, etc. You will get to know interesting people from all over.
Looking for a wrangler who can replace horseshoes on an as-needed basis, but will not be the main farrier.
- We are looking for experienced horsemen and horsewomen with good people skills.
- A good work ethic and positive attitude are a must for this position.
- You must also be a team player with other staff members and put guests' needs first.
- Working with children should be something you enjoy as we have many families visit throughout the summer with children who adore the wranglers.
- Attire should be cowboy hats, western shirts, and boots, and no visible tattoos or body piercings other than earrings.
- Wranglers must be first aid and CPR certified. We can provide that training if needed.
Compensation: Salary negotiable, room and board and a portion of a service charge pool. The work week is 6 days with Sundays off.