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Welcome to our jobs page! We are currently accepting applicants who value pride in their work, like to laugh, and are not grumpy! Other requirements include: a current and valid driver’s license, being able to lift 50 pounds, working a 45-50 hour work week, being drug-free, being authorized to work in the USA, and being at least 21 years of age. All positions include free on site housing and meals.

Time Frame

Full Season Positions (Mid May-early October)
Fall Positions (Mid August-early October)
Some part-season jobs might be available May-August as well.

Positions We Hire Seasonally

  • Sous Chef
  • Hospitality (Serving and Housekeeping)
  • Chef Assistant
  • Wrangler and Guide
  • Ranch Hand
  • Kids Program Wrangler and Guide
  • Bartender
  • Baker
  • Chef Assistant - Summer 2023

    Kitchen
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $11.50 / hour + tips

    Maybe we should call this the "Sous Chef in Training" position? We are all about training the right and eager people here and experience isn't everything. Our Chefs are kind enough to train our Chef Assistants to become better cooks. This position is a great way to get kitchen experience in a fun kitchen that makes really good food!

     

    The Chef Assistants are extremely important to the overall experience the guests have at Red Horse Mountain Ranch. The kitchen department helps our guests by taking out the frustrations and time of meal preparations and cleanup so they can focus on their families and creating wonderful memories here. 

    The main responsibility of the Chef Assistants is to assist the Chefs in keeping the kitchen clean. Our Chef Assistants display attention to detail both in food prep and dish washing. They take pride in their very important role of serving our guests food on clean plates and beverages in clean glasses. They understand the importance of providing all the kitchen team members with clean pans, utensils, and equipment. They are willing to learn and abide by the rules of food safety and sanitation as established by the Idaho Food Code.

    Our Chef Assistants know that the rest of the kitchen team members rely on them and the work they do, keeping up with dishes, food prep, or baking, to make the meals the best they can be and to serve them on time. Therefore, they come to work on time and prepared for the day. They take breaks within their allotted times and communicate those break times with the other team members so that all tasks are covered. While they are usually supervised, they are able to work unsupervised, using notes and checklists to stay on task and asking questions beforehand.

    Regardless of the kitchen skills they might possess before coming to the Ranch, our Chef Assistants are eager to learn the specifics of how the chefs prefer items be prepped, cooked, and baked.

     

    Responsibilities Include:

     

    Meal Prep

    • Assist the Sous Chefs with meal prep
      • In general, the AM Chef Assistant helps the AM Chef, from breakfast through lunch service
      • In general, the PM Chef Assistant helps the PM Chef through dinner and closing the kitchen
    • Assist the Pastry Chef in baking. Produce daily baked goods, including muffins, scones, breads, cookies, and desserts

    Sanitation

    • Properly wash and store dishes, including kitchen, guest, and staff dishes
    • Keep the dish area clean of food debris
    • Take out the garbage, cardboard, and compost as needed
    • Sweep and mop the kitchen and food storage areas and generally keep these areas clean and organized
    • Help check in and put up the food deliveries

     

    Requirements

    • You must enjoy cooking and cleaning and being in a busy, fast paced environment
    • Willing to learn how to be a great cook as we like to see the chef assistants here take on more responsibility from the chefs as they gain experience and knowledge.
    • Physically fit and capable of all Chef Assistant duties
    • Be ok with having to drive 10 minutes to get cell phone reception or using a land phone (Gasp!) to make a phone call while on the ranch (training provided).
    • Be able to lift 50 pounds and work 45-55 hours/week.
    • Work with minimal supervision and take directions from ranch leaders
    • Familiar with or willing to be trained on sharing satellite internet with your roommates!!
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills and customer relations
    • Be willing to help in other departments as needed
    • Be able to laugh and have fun!
    • Must be a citizen of The United States of America or possess a current and appropriate working visa.
    • Hold a valid drivers license
    • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Hospitality (Housekeeping and Serving) - Summer 2023

    Hospitality
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $11.50 / hour + tips

    The Hospitality Department helps everyone cherish their time here because we create the tidy, peaceful and beautiful backdrops for all the memories made in the lodge, dining, and cabin areas. By being kind, helpful, and attentive to our guests and other staff members and by creating these clean and inviting areas on the ranch, we help everyone reset from their lives, bond with others, feel like they are home, and focus on creating memories.

    Folks who enjoy cleaning and helping people will do great at this job and you will thrive if you want to learn more about world class hospitality. Lead by kind and encouraging managers, you can expect to be held to a high standard, be on the move, work hard, have a lot of fun, and be proud of the summers you’ve spent with us.

     

    What Your Day Will Look Like:

     

    You Will Be Caring for Facilities

    • Creating a safe, spotless, and welcoming environment in all guest cabins and facilities
    • Following checklists to complete lodge and cabin cleans
    • Cleaning, dusting, sweeping and mopping thoroughly and quickly 
    • Creating a pristine environment in lodge, its common areas, and cabins
    • Admiring the look of a clean well put together room
    • Taking pride in every detail accounted for
    • Making beds, switching out sheets, making baskets of fresh linens
    • Carrying baskets of linens up stairs and to guest cabins
    • Taking out trash and restocking supplies in lodge and cabins

     

    You Will Be Doing Laundry

    • Tending to guest and lodge laundry
    • Sorting, spot treating, washing, drying, and folding all ranch linens
    • Ironing clothes as needed (we can train!!)
    • Carrying laundry bags to and from guest cabins
    • Looking over linens for stains
    • Organizing storage areas for the linens
    • Building fresh linen baskets for our epic “Flip Day"

     

    You Will Be Serving Our Guests and Staff

    • Calmly provide excellent service to our dining guests and staff during breakfast, lunch and dinner in a timely and cheerful way
    • Moving our delicious food in large serving platters safely from the kitchen to the dining area buffet
    • Plating food on the buffet line
    • Taking drink orders and fulfill them
    • Keeping a watchful eye on buffet status and reporting needs to kitchen 
    • Relaying dietary information including allergies to guests and kitchen
    • Creating signage for food displays
    • Accurately label foods which contain items guests are allergic to
    • Working with guests and children who have allergy concerns
    • Clearing dirty plates, glasses, silverware, napkins in a timely and professional manner
    • Being available and attentive to guest special requests

     

    You Will Be Caring for the Guests

    • Talking with guests and get to know them so you can anticipate their needs
    • Learning guest names
    • Greeting guests by name in passing
    • Creating a safe and quiet environment for them to relax in
    • Answering questions
    • Creating memorable moments for the guests
    • Encouraging them as they learn
    • Showing them the best time of their life
    • Having a heart for hospitality

     

    You Will Have Other Ranch Duties

    • May need to help in hosting evening entertainment for guests such as roping, karaoke, line dancing, etc.
    • Helping in other departments (mostly kitchen) as everyone helps with dishes here!
    • Representing the ranch well at all times and demonstrating our core values to others
    • Employee Housing Chores done in your free time
    • Lead Lining Children on Horses
      • Help children ages 3-6 get on and off their horses
      • Hold lead rope and walk next to the child on horseback ride
      • Help child keep their feet in stirrups
      • Keep child engaged on horse

     

    Requirements

    • You must enjoy cleaning and following checklists
    • Physically fit and capable of all Housekeeping/Server duties
    • Be ok with having to drive 10 minutes to get cell phone reception and using a land phone (Gasp!) to make a phone call while on the ranch (training provided).  
    • Be able to lift 50 pounds and work 45-50 hours/week.
    • Work with minimal supervision and take directions from ranch leaders
    • Familiar with or willing to be trained on sharing satellite internet with your roommates!!
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills and customer relations
    • Be willing to help in other departments as needed
    • Be able to laugh and have fun!
    • Must be a citizen of The United States of America or possess a current and appropriate working visa.
    • Hold a valid drivers license
    • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Sous Chef or Cook - Summer 2023

    Kitchen
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $18.50 / hour + tips

    If you have some cooking experience you should apply! We are willing to train the right person. If you are willing to hand down the skills we teach you here someday, we could use you on our team.

    Meals bring people together like nothing else and what a special role our Chefs play in protecting and creating more of those moments! The Sous Chefs of Red Horse Mountain Ranch help our guests reconnect by taking out the time, stress, and chaos of meal preparation for our guests. Our guests just get to leisurely enjoy beautiful and delicious meals carefully prepared by our Chefs, so all they have to focus on is creating happy memories with the people they love. Our Chefs are professionals in all they do and take ownership in all their actions and decisions. They have positive attitudes and create a safe environment for all those in the kitchen to enjoy while being leaders and mentors to all other team members.

    The main responsibilities of the Sous Chefs are to provide our guests with nutritional, well-prepared meals in a courteous manner. Our Sous Chefs are well versed in a variety of cuisines, cooking methods, and special diets so as to provide our guests with the best culinary experiences possible. They should display attention to detail and take pride in the presentation of all aspects of the meals, plated or buffet, from the main entrée to the smallest condiment. They are able to humbly accept both praise and criticism from staff and guests.

    Our Sous Chefs lead by example by coming to work prepared and on time, staying on task, and helping others if they fall behind. They are willing to help out in any area of the kitchen, for example checking in deliveries, dishes, baking, or helping the other chef. They possess the communication skills and knowledge to train the kitchen assistants in food prep, food safety, and sanitation.

     

    Responsibilities

     

    Plan and Prepare the Meals

    • Work together with the Kitchen Manager to plan weekly menus
    • Determine proper amounts of food to prepare given our guest counts
    • Produce high quality dishes in both taste and appearance 
    • Prepare meals to accommodate all special requests and dietary needs
    • Ensure that the kitchen operates efficiently so that meals are served on time 
    • AM Sous Chef prepares breakfast (both buffet and to-order) and buffet lunch for up to 90 guests and staff
    • PM Sous Chef prepares appetizers and dinner (both buffet and plated) for up to 90 guests and staff 

     

    Lead the Kitchen Team Members

    • Manage and train kitchen team members to the kitchen manual, and on the preparation and arrangement per the current menu 
    • Fill in for the Kitchen Manager in planning and directing food preparation and managing kitchen team members, when necessary
    • Be the example of how you want your team members to be
    • Ensure that all kitchen team members are performing their duties as prescribed by the quality standards established by the Kitchen Manager and kitchen manual 
    • Make sure all kitchen duties are completed for the day in any capacity required, filling in as necessary
    • Willing to work odd jobs and long hours when required
    • Resourcefully solve any issues that arise and handle problematic situations
    • Maintain a positive and professional approach with coworkers and guests, respond professionally to any guest concerns

     

    Food Safety and Sanitation

    • Ensure proper storage and labeling of food items
    • Maintain the sanitary condition of the kitchen. This includes washing and storing dishes, sweeping and mopping, restocking inventory, and general cleaning and organizing.
    • Comply with and enforce sanitation regulation and safety standards

     

    Requirements

    • Must be able to work early to mid-May through early October
    • You must enjoy cleaning and following checklists
    • Physically able of all kitchen duties
    • Prefer 3 years of experience in food preparation, cooking a variety of food items using a variety of cooking methods
    • Prefer 1 year experience in cooking for special dietary requirements
    • Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Idaho Food Handler Permit
    • Must demonstrate safe cooking practices
    • Be ok with having to drive 10 minutes to get cell phone reception or using a land phone (Gasp!) to make a phone call while on the ranch (training provided).  
    • Be able to lift 50 pounds and work 55-60 hours/week.
    • Work with minimal supervision and take directions from ranch leaders
    • Familiar with or willing to be trained on sharing satellite internet with your roommates!!
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills and customer relations
    • Must wear appropriate uniforms and maintain a neat/clean appearance
    • Be able to laugh and have fun!
    • Must be a citizen of The United States of America or possess a current and appropriate working visa.
    • Hold a valid drivers license
    • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Wrangler & Guides - Summer 2023

    Barn
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $11.50 / hour + tips

    Every guest and team member has a different adventure goal during their time at the ranch and the Wrangler/Guides help them get there. Horseback riding, archery, sporting clays, mountain biking, kayaking, challenge courses… our guides love everything outdoors and sharing their knowledge with others. Every guide brings a different skill set to the table as we learn and grow together.

     

    You have to enjoy interacting with people and not just horses to do well at this job and you will thrive if you want to learn more about how to mix your love of the outdoors with world class hospitality. Lead by kind and encouraging managers, you can expect to be held to a high standard, be on the move, work hard, have a lot of fun, and be proud of the summers you’ve spent with us.
     

    What Your Day Will Look Like:

     

    You Will Be Interacting With Guests

    • Talking with guests and getting to know them and their goals for the week
    • Learning guest names
    • Keeping them safe on all activities: Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Sporting Clays, Archery, Challenge Course, Horseback Riding
    • Answering questions
    • Teaching riding instruction according to the principles of western horsemanship
    • Creating memorable moments
    • Encouraging them as they learn
    • Being hospitable and welcoming to them

     

    You Will Be Guiding Trail Rides in the Mountains and Doing Lessons in the Arena

    • Loading and unloading riders
    • Leading guest trail rides in mountainous and wooded terrain 
    • Learning our vast trail system 
    • Taking guests with various skill levels into the arenas to teach lessons 

     

    You Will Be Guiding Other Activities

    • Sporting Clays
    • Mountain Biking
    • Challenge Course & High Ropes Course
    • Lake Kayaking 
    • Archery
    • Hiking
    • Possibly Helping the Kids’ Program with Lead Lining smaller children on horses

     

    You Will Be Caring for Our Herd of Horses

    • Sticking to feeding and watering schedules
    • Aiding our Herd Manager in some horse training
    • Performing basic veterinary procedures
    • Learning all the horses’ names and personalities
    • Approaching and haltering horses from the pasture and catch pen
    • Grooming and picking feet
    • Saddling and bridling horses
    • Turning horses out
    • Working with various different types of horses
    • Working with various different personalities of horses

     

    You Will be Doing Ranch Chores

    • Completing daily checklists
    • Repairing fence
    • Picking pens and spreading manure
    • Barn and barnyard cleanup
    • Clearing trails
    • Braiding Horse Tails...just kidding.
    • Weeding and Mowing
    • Repairs
    • Prepping for guided activities
    • Cleaning and organizing

     

    You Will Have Other Ranch Duties

    • Working one night a week doing things like running karaoke, bar backing, campfire, roping, serving wine dinner, or dishes
    • Helping in other departments (like busing and dishes!) because everyone helps each other here. Plus, the lodge people are a pretty fun crowd to work with too.
    • Yes, you usually get 2 days off a week here because we value ME time. But, you can also expect to be scheduled a couple of those weekends to cover barn chores and vetting, because, you know, horses are 24/7! Extra hours are almost always available for our folks who prefer the 6-7 day work week.
    • Attending ranch meetings and training sessions
    • Doing assigned employee housing chores in your free time because it is your home for the summer and it “magically” gets messy.

     

    Requirements

    • Show strong safety for riders and horses
    • Have experience and be comfortable riding horses on trails and in arenas
    • Familiar with handling and training horses and willing to learn more
    • Have other outdoor recreation knowledge and experiences: sporting clays, .22 rifle shooting, kayaking, swimming, archery, mountain biking, zip lines, challenge courses or rock walls, and hiking.
    • Physically fit and capable of all Wrangler/Guide activities
    • Be able to lift 50 pounds and work 45-50 hours/week
    • Work with minimal supervision and use checklists
    • Complete our onsite training program before guests arrive 
    • Comply with our ranch policies and procedures in our ranch manuals and handbooks
    • Familiar with, or willing to be trained on, how to share satellite internet with your roommates!!
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills with peers and guests
    • Willing to help in other departments as needed
    • Ok with a 10 minute drive to get cell phone reception or having to use a land phone (Gasp! What’s a land phone!?) to make a phone call while on the ranch….training provided.
    • Able to laugh and have fun!
    • Show proof of First Aid / CPR certification or pass certification on arrival
    • Must be a citizen of The United States of America or possess a current and appropriate working visa
    • Hold a valid driver's license with a clean driving record
    • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Kids Program Wrangler & Guide - Summer 2023

    Barn
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $11.50 / hour + tips

    Every family and child has a different adventure goal to reach and our Kids Program Wranglers figure out what that is and help them get there. Horseback riding, archery, .22 rifle shooting, campfire games, zip lines, crafts, kayaking, swimming, rock wall climbing… our guides love everything outdoors and sharing their knowledge with children. Every guide brings a different skill set to the table as we learn and grow together.

    You have to enjoy working with children and not just horses to like this job and you will thrive if you want to learn more about how to mix your love of the outdoors with world class hospitality. Lead by kind and encouraging managers, you can expect to be held to a high standard, be on the move, work hard, have a lot of fun, and be proud of the summers you’ve spent with us.

     

    What Your Day Will Look Like:

     

    You Will Be With the Children (ages 3 and up) Who Sign up for Kids Program

    • Talking with children and getting to know them and their goals for the week
    • Talking with their parents and respecting their concerns
    • Learning their names
    • Keeping them safe on all activities
    • Answering questions
    • Teaching riding instruction according to the principles of Western horsemanship
    • Creating memorable moments
    • Encouraging them as they learn
    • Being hospitable and welcoming to them
    • PLAYING not just supervising. Having fun with them!

     

    You Will Be Guiding Trail Rides in the Mountains and Doing Lessons in the Arena

    • Loading and unloading riders
    • Leading guest trail rides in mountainous and wooded terrain 
    • Learning our vast trail system
    • Taking children with various skill levels into the arenas to teach lessons 
    • Walking next to and holding on to the the lead rope for our youngest and most inexperienced riders
    • Keep children engaged and having fun while out on the trail

     

    You Will Be Guiding and Participating in Fun Activities with Kids

    • .22 rifle plinking and possibly Sporting Clays
    • Challenge Course & High Ropes Course
    • Crafts and Pottery
    • Lake Kayaking 
    • Zip Lines
    • Swimming
    • Organizing scavenger hunts and coming up with other fun impromptu activities
    • Archery
    • Crafts and Pottery
    • Campfire Games
    • Playing various different sports and games with them
    • Hiking
    • Changing things up each week to accommodate the personalities of those children

     

    You Will Be Caring for Our Herd of Horses

    • Sticking to feeding and watering schedules
    • Aiding our Herd Manager in some horse training
    • Performing basic veterinary procedures
    • Learning all the horses’ names and personalities
    • Approaching and haltering horses from the pasture and catch pen
    • Grooming and picking feet
    • Saddling and bridling horses
    • Turning horses out
    • Working with various different types of horses
    • Working with various different personalities of horses

     

    You Will be Doing Ranch Chores

    • Completing daily checklists
    • Repairing fence
    • Picking pens and spreading manure
    • Barn and barnyard cleanup
    • Clearing trails
    • Braiding Horse Tails...just kidding.
    • Weeding and Mowing
    • Repairs
    • Prepping for guided activities
    • Cleaning and organizing

     

    You Will Have Other Ranch Duties

    • Hosting a Thursday evening kids campfire or other evening event one night a week
    • Helping in other departments (like busing and dishes!) because everyone helps each other here. Plus, the lodge people are a pretty fun crowd to work with too.
    • Yes, you usually get 2 days off a week here because we value ME time. But, you can also expect to be scheduled a couple of those weekends to cover barn chores and vetting, because, you know, horses are 24/7! Extra hours are almost always available for our folks who prefer the 6-7 day work week.
    • Attending ranch meetings and training sessions
    • Doing assigned employee housing chores in your free time because it is your home for the summer and it “magically” gets messy.
  • Bartender - no experience needed, we train!

    Kitchen
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $11.50 / hour + tips

    We are willing to train someone new to bartending!

     

    One of the first faces our guests meet is our Bartender at the Sunday cocktail hour after their arrival. We want our guests to be able to reconnect and reset.  Sometimes those moments are created during that social cocktail hour before dinner while guests relax on our porches and enjoy a glass of delicious local wine or micro brew or a signature ranch cocktail with friends and family. Our bartender is professional at all times, takes ownership in all decisions and actions, has a positive happy attitude, and creates a safe environment for our guests to enjoy a drink responsibly with families around.

    Our Bartender does not make our guests wait for coffee to be brewed, kegs to be turned on, or mixers to be made. These tasks are done and ready when our guests show up. Our Bartender knows that our guests’ experiences can be determined by their environment, so they are happy to maintain the cleanliness of the bar area and other lounging areas of the lodge, Saloon, and campfire and, when appropriate, provide crowd-pleasing music to aid in our guests’ comfort and relaxation.

    Our Bartender typically works alone, using checklists to stay on task. Since they work a different shift than any other staff member, our Bartender must possess integrity to come to work on time, prepared for the day and to clock out and record breaks accurately.

    This position is offered with housing: a dorm-style house with common kitchen and living area (expect a roommate), and most meals

     

    What Your Day Will Look Like:

     

    Tending the Bar

    • Serve our guests alcoholic beverages in a timely and courteous manner
    • Knowledge of beers and wines to hold intelligent conversations and offer pairing suggestions. 
    • Be consistent in producing quality beverages
    • Serve drinks every evening at the lodge and at the evening activities in the saloon and at the campfire
    • Serve non-alcoholic drinks to our younger guests
    • Accurately record staff alcohol purchases
    • Accurately record wine purchases
    • The bartender reserves the right to not serve any person that has become intoxicated

     

    Hosting

    • Primary hosts for our guests, often the first staff they encounter after their afternoon activities and the last staff they see at the end of the evening. 
    • Takes pride in welcoming our guests into a clean and inviting atmosphere, greeting them by name and remembering their drink orders
    • Encourage guest participation at the activities (leading ice breaker games, dancing, singing karaoke, etc.)
    • Help serve a weekly 5-course plated wine dinner

     

    Restocking and Cleaning

    • Maintain inventories at each bar location 
    • Daily stocking and set up of each bar
    • Change out kegs as they become empty
    • Change out gas canisters as they become empty
    • Pick up and store the weekly liquor order
    • Maintain the sanitary conditions of the bars and bar storage areas
    • Pack up and clean the bar at the end of the night

     

    Requirements

    • You must enjoy cleaning and following checklists
    • Physically fit and capable of carrying a case of wine or a pony keg up and down a full flight of stairs, repeatedly
    • Be ok with having to drive 10 minutes to get cell phone reception or using a land phone (Gasp!) to make a phone call while on the ranch (training provided).  
    • Be able to lift 50-75 pounds and work 55 hours/week.
    • Work with minimal supervision and take directions from ranch leaders
    • Familiar with or willing to be trained on sharing satellite internet with your roommates!!
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills and customer relations
    • Be willing to help in other departments as needed
    • Be able to laugh and have fun!
    • Must be a citizen of The United States of America or possess a current and appropriate working visa.
    • Hold a valid drivers license
    • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Ranch Hand - Summer 2023

    Ranch Hand
    Red Horse Mountain Ranch
    $11.50 / hour + tips

    Our Ranch Hand position is a very rewarding job for those who are multi-talented and would enjoy pitching in a hand in a number of different areas of the ranch. The ranch hand not only helps make this place look great, but is the go to person we call on to fill the gaps when someone needs some help!

    You have to enjoy manual labor to like this job and you will thrive if you want to learn more about how to mix your love of the outdoors with world class hospitality. Lead by kind and encouraging managers, you can expect to be held to a high standard, be on the move, work hard, have a lot of fun, and be proud of the summers you’ve spent with us.
     

    What Your Day Will Look Like:

     

    You Will Be Doing Landscaping Tasks

    • Manual labor of weeding, mowing, trimming, planting
    • Operating a riding lawn mower
    • Driving a landscaping truck and trailer to various locations
    • Loading and unloading various lawn care machines onto trailers and trucks
    • Watering plants
    • Loading brush and transporting

     

    You Will Be Aiding in General Maintenance of the Property

    • Heavy lifting and taking out trash at various ranch locations
    • Aiding in fixing cabin related issues 
    • Handy work
    • Mending fence
    • Light construction
    • Vehicle upkeep
    • Clearing horse trails
    • Other odd jobs around the ranch

     

    You Will Help Other Departments as Needed

    • Guest shuttling for mountain bike rides
    • Loading and unloading mountain bikes
    • Lead Lining inexperienced riders at Barn with Kids Program
    • Pulling traps for Sporting Clays
    • Maintenance and repair needs for all departments

     

    You Will Have Other Ranch Duties

    • Working one night a week doing things like running karaoke, bar backing, campfire, roping, serving wine dinner, or dishes
    • Helping in other departments (like busing and dishes!) because everyone helps each other here. Plus, the lodge people are a pretty fun crowd to work with too.
    • Yes, you usually get 2 days off a week here because we value ME time. But, you can also expect to be scheduled a couple of those weekends if something pops up and your team needs your help.
    • Extra hours are almost always available for our folks who prefer the 6 -7 day work week.
    • Attending ranch meetings and training sessions
    • Doing assigned employee housing chores in your free time because it is your home for the summer and it “magically” gets messy

     

    Requirements

    • Have experience with manual labor
    • Familiar with working outdoors
    • Skilled and knowledgeable with various tools and machines.
    • Physically fit and capable of all Ranch Hand duties
    • Be able to lift 75+ pounds and work 45-50 hours/week
    • Work with minimal supervision and use checklists
    • Complete our onsite training program before guests arrive 
    • Comply with our ranch policies and procedures in our ranch manuals and handbooks
    • Familiar with, or willing to be trained on, how to share satellite internet with your roommates!!
    • Able to demonstrate good communication skills with peers and guests
    • Willing to help in other departments as needed
    • Ok with a 10 minute drive to get cell phone reception or having to use a land phone (Gasp! What’s a land phone!?) to make a phone call while on the ranch….training provided.
    • Able to laugh and have fun!
    • Show proof of First Aid / CPR certification or pass certification on arrival
    • Must be a citizen of The United States of America or possess a current and appropriate working visa
    • Hold a valid driver's license with a clean driving record
    • Be at least 21 years of age

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