Wanted - Talented Chef Who Loves the Outdoors!
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Our season runs from around May 19th to mid-September. We have some flexibility with dates but preference is given to applicants that can work the full season.
Western attire must be worn by all employees when interacting with guests.
Baking, desserts and assisting the Head Chef with breakfast, lunch and dinner prep. Maintain a clean and organized kitchen. Cooks do their own dishes.View Job Description
Waiting tables, meal set-up and tear down, serving at buffets, BBQs and picnics. Cleaning of dining room/kitchen areas, dish washing and other various kitchen chores. Assist/support cooks with food preparation.View Job Description
Overseeing, preparing, and cooking 3 meals per day for up to 35 guests and 18 staff. Cuisine ranges from cooking over a campfire, to hors d'oeuvres and buffets to 3-course gourmet plated dinners. Previous professional cooking experience is required. Culinary degree preferred.View Job Description
The Head Wrangler oversees and motivates a team of 6 wranglers to ensure the safety and well-being of the ranch animals and our guests. This includes the implementation of our horse safety program, maintaining equipment and tack, maintenance and cleanliness of the corrals, petting zoo, tack rooms, ranch vehicles and fencing. Responsible for guest relations as they pertain to the riding program. This includes the assignment of horses to guests based on information provided in the guests riding form, presentation of our safety demonstration, coordinating the riding groups and speaking to guests prior to each scheduled ride. Additionally the Head Wrangler has the same responsibilities as the rest of the wranglers. CPR and First Aid training is required. Prior experience is essential.View Job Description
Daily cleaning of guest cabins, lodge, guest/pool restrooms as well as laundry/linen up-keep and gardening. Deep clean and turnover of cabins. Assist with other ranch jobs as needed, e.g.: running the store, kitchen, children’s activities, babysitting etc.View Job Description
General maintenance and ranch upkeep including pool maintenance, irrigation work, fencing, painting, small carpentry jobs, bucking hay, building fires and mowing lawns. Assist with other miscellaneous ranch jobs as needed.View Job Description
Wranglers guide, teach and entertain guests while ensuring their safety and well-being on the trail. Other tasks include maintaining equipment and tack, maintenance and cleanliness of the corrals, petting zoo, tack rooms, ranch vehicles and fencing. A willingness and ability to learn and understand our horse safety program and riding program is required. Wranglers are also responsible for the care and safety of all ranch animals. The ability to lift 80 to 90 pound bales of hay is required. Other miscellaneous ranch jobs may include, children’s activities, kitchen duties, etc. Excellent people and communication skills, a willingness to work long hours and an ability to work as part of a team are critical attributes. CPR and First Aid training is required. If you don't have previous guest ranch experience with references, please provide videos of you tacking up and riding.View Job Description
Lead a fly-fishing 101 clinic for guests one afternoon. Guide guests on half day and full day fishing trips. General maintenance and ranch upkeep including but not limited to maintaining and monitoring the pool and spa, irrigation work, fencing, painting, carpentry, chopping firewood, mowing lawn. Pitch in and help out as needed with other miscellaneous ranch jobs e.g.: children's activities, etc.View Job Description
How to Apply
Please e-mail us a copy of your resume with references. A photo is appreciated but not necessary.
Wranglers - if you don't have previous guest ranch experience with references, please provide videos of you tacking up and riding.