Come work and play in the Big Hole Valley
Located in the historic Big Hole Valley in Southwest Montana, Jackson Hotsprings is a beautiful Western Lodge with an outdoor hot spring fed pool, cozy rental cabins and rooms, and a full bar with pool tables, shuffleboard and live music. We provide guests from all over the world with top notch service and access to the pristine wilderness of the Beaverhead, Pioneer and Bitteroot Mountains.
Located in Southwest Montana in the historic Big Hole Valley-The gateway to the Beaverhead, Anaconda, Bitteroot and Pioneer Mountain ranges. Between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park.
About Jackson Hot Springs Lodge
Located in the historic Big Hole Valley in Southwest Montana, Jackson Hot Springs is a beautiful Western Lodge with an outdoor thermal hot spring fed pool, cozy rental cabins and rooms, and a full bar with pool tables, shuffleboard and live music. We provide guests from all over the world with top notch service and access to the pristine wilderness of the Beaverhead, Pioneer and Bitteroot Mountains. The Big Hole Valley offers world class fly fishing, hiking, biking, skiing and horseback riding. There is plenty of backcountry to explore alone or with the experienced outfitters in our area. With a massive rugged backyard like ours, exploration is endless. For history buffs alike, The Big Hole offers up some of the earliest sites that developed and shaped the great American West. Come work and play here At Jackson Hot Springs Lodge and soak your bones in our relaxing outdoor hot springs. We include housing at no charge and encourage you to spend your days off adventuring and discovering our still Wild West home.
The Employee Experience
Aside from the obvious benefits of our expansive and beautiful backyard, we offer up a great community not only at the lodge and at work, but also with the locals. We work as a team to provide excellent service to those traveling and exploring and also to the local patrons who come in to soak, enjoy a meal and a drink and to share the verbal history of this great slice of Southwest Montana. We provide housing with private rooms and bathrooms and laundry at no cost to employees and whether you are seeking community or solitude, you can fulfill your fancy in our little town. We are in a remote little pocket of Montana, but scenic roads will take you to Dillon, Butte, Missoula, Anaconda, and Bozeman for small towns with a big personality and Jackson sits right between Sula Hot Springs near Salmon Idaho and Elkhorn Hot Springs and Crystal Park over in Polaris Montana on the great Pioneer Scenic Byway. We stand by our work and play promise and want to ensure that you have plenty of time to enjoy the perks of being here at Jackson Hot Springs.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, detail oriented, outgoing individual or couple who has great communication skills and can work collectively to keep our great reputation alive and well at Jackson Hot Springs. While this position is considered seasonal, it could be year round if desired. Since we are a small community, we depend on each other to work together and to openly communicate with each other to work well and easy. We are positive, hard working, fun people who enjoy our guests, our home and our backyard and are looking to employ folks with the same attitude.
Room and Board
Room and Board are a part of the employee benefits at Jackson Hot Springs Lodge. Employee housing is separate from the lodge and each room has a private entrance and bathroom with a shower. Each employee has their own room.
Employee Perks include
50% off meals
Getting Here and Getting Around
We are a remote town in Southwest Montana and having your own vehicle would be a necessity. Butte is the closest airport, but Missoula, Bozeman, Helena and Idaho Falls are also airport options. The closest towns for grocery shopping are Butte and Dillon both about 50 miles away.
The Big Hole Valley offers a multitude of recreation. The Beaverheads, Pioneer, Anaconda and Bitteroot Mountains are a great place to hike and bike on the Continental Divide Trail, fish in high alpine lakes, camp, trail run or just explore. Located in a low light pollution area of the US, star gazing and meteor shower viewing are amongst one of the great benefits of living and working here. The Lewis and Clark Trail, The Big Hole Battlefield and Bannack State Park are just a few of the great preserved historic gems in our little corner of the old west. The Dillon Jaycees Rodeo in late July is dubbed as "Montana's Busiest Weekend" and provides live music, food, fun and events for all to enjoy! There are plenty of rivers to float and paddle, lakes to swim and fish in and trails to explore, all without the massive crowds of National Parks. Hot Springs galore dot the landscape and are rated from developed to primitive. With something for everyone here, there is always something to do on your time off!
How to Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume with three references.