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Jobs in the Spotlight
We offer many different job positions, utilizing many different skills.
All employees must be able to show up in mid May and be able to stay through late September (some positions run through end of October).
Please look at the individual jobs below and see if one fits your skills and interests. All horse related jobs require prior horse experience to apply. Certain jobs require First aid and CPR training. Training for specific jobs will be provided onsite.
Our cabin staff are responsible for expert and very detailed cabin cleaning, doing ranch laundry, keeping the laundry area clean and organized, and any additional tasks as needed for maintaining good customer service associated with guest comfort. Will assist in the kitchen and around the ranch when cleaning duties are fulfilled. Will assist in serving meals in the dinning room when needed.
The choreman position is responsible for a variety of tasks including town trips for shopping, shuttling guests to/from airport, landscaping and ground maintenance, keeping woodbins stocked, hauling trash and any tasks needed to provide a clean, appealing and safe ranch experience for our guests. Experience preferred in several skills such as basic carpentry, plumbing, electrical, vehicle maintenance and general ranch operations. Ability to be flexible and act immediately as circumstances arise. Willing to perform other maintenance duties as assigned. Must have good driving record as you will be driving ranch vehicles. Experience with horses not required but a willing attitude a must, plus excellent people skills working with adults, teens and children.
This position provides an excellent dining experience for our guests by serving meals and maintaining a clean dining hall and lounge, We are looking for an individual with strong time management skills and excellent attention to detail. The head server will manage assistant servers during meal times. Able to serve 40-60 people at a time with help of assistant servers. Also may assist in kitchen as needed, helping with dish washing, and food preparation (salads, appetizers, etc.).
Avid fly fishing and excellent people skills required. The ability to work with all of our guests giving instructions and lessons. You will be responsible for organizing groups and private fishing trips in various outdoor settings. If not fishing you will be expected to help out in other departments. Must have good driving record as you will be driving ranch vehicles. Our fly fishing guide will assist our guests and provide an excellent fishing experience including casting lessons and general instruction for beginners, recommending and selling flies, maintaining loaner equipment, hosting fishing trips on the Taylor Fork, Gallatin and Madison rivers. First aid and CPR training required. Must have prior fly fishing experience.
Taking children 6 - 9 on trail rides. Also eats lunch and dinner with them and entertains the children after dinner. See additional qualifications on the Wrangler position.
Our kitchen staff is responsible for meal preparation, dishwashing, maintaining a clean, well-organized kitchen, and ordering supplies and equipment for serving our guests 3 hot meals daily. The kitchen assistant/dishwasher will work split duties between part-time food prep and part-time dishwashing. Kitchen responsibilities are directed by the Head Cook.
Experience preferred in several skills such as basic carpentry, plumbing, electrical, vehicle maintenance and general ranch operations. Ability to be flexible and act immediately as circumstances arise. Also, responsible for grounds maintenance and overall upkeep of ranch facilities. Willing to perform other maintenance duties as assigned. Must have good driving record as you will be driving ranch vehicles. Experience with horses not required but a willing attitude a must, plus excellent people skills working with adults, teens and children.
This position rotates through other kitchen positions to provide relief for others' days off. As the "relief" position, you will hold:
1 day as food prep assistant, 1 day as dishwasher, 1 day as head server, 1 day as baker, and 1 day will vary as to the task at hand.
This position is responsible for assisting the head cook in meal preparation, assumes head cook duties on cook's off day or as needed, baking breads and desserts, maintaining a clean, safe kitchen and equipment. Must be able to work with other team members, and be able to direct others on small tasks. we are looking for conscientious individuals with excellent attention to detail.
Horse experience required. Must be safety conscious, have the ability to instruct guests and have strong communication and interpersonal skills. Responsible for conducting safe trail rides for groups of all ridding levels. Maintain and repair tack. Clean barn and arena area daily. Willing to perform other maintenance duties as assigned including feeding, trail maintenance, fencing, etc. Willing to work long hours. CPR and First Aid required. Must have good driving record as you may be driving ranch vehicles. Required to have neat and clean appearance, and dress in western style. Cowboy hat, cowboy boots, and collared shirts required.
How to Apply
Please fill out our online application: www.ninequartercircle.com/employment.
Wrangler Applicants: In one email, please submit a resume & video of yourself catching, saddling and riding a horse at a walk, trot and lope to email@example.com. Applications without a video will not be considered.
Please note: All seasonal employees must be available from mid-May until end of September.