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Head Wrangler
Posted by: Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch in Loveland, Colorado on 1-18-2017
Head Wrangler
Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch in Northern Colorado is searching for a knowledgeable horseman who has had experience in running a recreation riding program and the responsibility of caring for a herd of horses.

This is a salaried year-round position with benefits and available housing. A farming background and Dude Ranching experience is a real plus. Flexible start date.

Sylvan Dale has been in single family operation since 1946 and is known across the country for the authenticity of its friendly staff and its quality horse program.

If interested in learning more Call: Susan Jessup (970) 667-3915. or email resume to ranch@sylvandale.com
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring WRANGLERS for the 2017 season
Posted by: Elk Mountain Ranch in Buena Vista, Colorado on 1-16-2017
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring WRANGLERS for the 2017 season
Small, family-oriented ranch located in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. Looking for exceptional folks to join our ranch family.

Now accepting applications for the 2017 season (begin mid-May).

Wrangler:
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 4-7. Feed and care for herd of 50 horses. Maintain and repair tack. Clean barn and arena area daily. Overnight campout duties may include setting up camp, transporting food and gear, and spending night tent camping. Willing to perform other maintenance duties as assigned - trail maintenance, stocking wood, fencing, etc. and willing to work long hours. Shoeing and veterinary knowledge a plus. CPR and First Aid required (class will be provided at beginning of season). Must have good driving record as may be driving guests to Aspen or airports. Required to have neat and clean appearance, and dress in western style. Cowboy hat, cowboy boots, and collared shirts required. Wranglers will eat many meals with the guests and may be required to cook and serve some outdoor meals. Will be responsible for one hayride a month and weekly square dance and volleyball with guests.

Please see the employment pages on our website. From the site, you can submit an online application.
Elk Mountain Ranch in need of a WAITSTAFF/HOUSEKEEPER/DISHWASHER/FOOD PREP PERSON for the 2017 season
Posted by: Elk Mountain Ranch in Buena Vista, Colorado on 1-16-2017
Elk Mountain Ranch in need of a WAITSTAFF/HOUSEKEEPER/DISHWASHER/FOOD PREP PERSON for the 2017 season
Housekeeper/Waitstaff/Dish Washer/Food Preparation:
Four employees share and rotate the four positions. Looking for conscientious individuals with excellent attention to detail. General housekeeping is shared with one other person for 7 cabins and 3 lodge rooms. The day also includes doing ranch towels, watering flowers and picking up the grounds. Waitstaff will work hard as a team and interact with guests. Able to serve 40 people eating family style, setups, clearing, cleaning, serving desserts and beverages. Also food storage and inventory control. Maintain a clean work area. Rotate dish washing, preparing packouts, and food preparation (salads, appetizers, etc.). Also participate in guest entertainment, such as a guided hike, hayride, volleyball, and square dance.
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring a COOK and ASSISTANT COOK for the 2017 season
Posted by: Elk Mountain Ranch in Buena Vista, Colorado on 1-16-2017
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring a COOK and ASSISTANT COOK for the 2017 season
This person is responsible for preparing meals for 50 people each day. Three meals a day are served with the cook mainly being responsible for breakfast and dinner. The workday begins at 6 a.m. most days with a break in the afternoon and returning to the kitchen for dinner preparation. Our weekly meal schedule does not change. Person must enjoy working in the kitchen, be organized, maintain a clean work area, and supervise five employees. Able to control food storage and inventory. Must be able to follow instructions and have knowledge of basic cooking. Although experience is preferred, the right person can be trained.
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring a SPORT/UTILITY/MAINTENANCE person for the 2017 season
Posted by: Elk Mountain Ranch in Buena Vista, Colorado on 1-16-2017
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring a SPORT/UTILITY/MAINTENANCE person for the 2017 season
Approximately $2000/month and room and board.
Small, family-oriented ranch located in the heart of the Colorado Rockies.. Looking for exceptional folks to join our ranch family. Due to insurance requirements must be at least 21 years of age and a clean drivers record. Must be able to pass a background check. Sport/Utility/Maintenance:
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, trash and firewood. Will conduct safe archery, marksmanship and trapshooting tournaments. Also guide fishing trips and possibly drive to Aspen and airport. Will help at barn in a.m. feeding and saddling horses and may also need to work with children in riding arena. Experience with horses not required but a willing attitude a must, plus excellent people skills working with adults, teens and children. Will be responsible for one hayride a month and weekly square dance and volleyball with guests. Must have great people skills as this is a position with high interaction with the guests.
Please see the employment pages on our website. From the site, you can submit an online application.
More Info: http://elkmtn.com/employment.htm
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring CHILDREN'S COUNSELORS for the 2017 season
Posted by: Elk Mountain Ranch in Buena Vista, Colorado on 1-16-2017
Elk Mountain Ranch is hiring CHILDREN'S COUNSELORS for the 2017 season
Responsible for children 7 and under. High level of energy, enthusiasm, and genuine love of children required. Must have ability to lead children through a variety of planned activities including horseback riding, fishing, hiking, arts and crafts, treasure hunts and swimming at hot springs. Willing to get down and dirty with the kids. Ideally 21 years of age with excellent driving record, as will be responsible for transportation of children to hot springs in town. Will accompany children to lunch sites. On certain days, you will not have the children as long as others and will be expected to help out in other departments. Will participate in guided hike & evening activities.
Kitchen Team - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Posted by: Laramie River Ranch in Jelm, Colorado on 1-15-2017
Kitchen Team - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Laramie River Ranch has a typical occupancy of 25 guests. We have high expectations for the quality of service our guests receive and therefor we have high expectations of our staff. Employees enjoy ranch activities and exploring the Rocky Mountains in their time off.

Kitchen team positions require a positive attitude and strong work ethic. Previous kitchen experience not required but a plus. Five members of the kitchen team are responsible for the preparation, presentation, and timely delivery of three meals per day including cookouts, baked goods, and daily appetizers before dinner.
Guest Services - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Posted by: Laramie River Ranch in Jelm, Colorado on 1-15-2017
Guest Services - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Laramie River Ranch has a typical occupancy of 25 guests. We have high expectations for the quality of service our guests receive and therefor we have high expectations of our staff. Employees enjoy ranch activities and exploring the Rocky Mountains in their time off.

Guest services responsibilities include both waiting tables and housekeeping.

For additional information please visit our web site at www.LRRanch.com/jobs.html.
Children's Counselor - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Posted by: Laramie River Ranch in Jelm, Colorado on 1-15-2017
Children's Counselor - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Laramie River Ranch has a typical occupancy of 25 guests. We have high expectations for the quality of service our guests receive and therefor we have high expectations of our staff. Employees enjoy ranch activities and exploring the Rocky Mountains in their time off.

The children's Counselor is responsible for the supervision and entertainment of our younger guests. Learn more & download an application at LRRanch.com.
Wrangler - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Posted by: Laramie River Ranch in Jelm, Colorado on 1-15-2017
Wrangler - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Laramie River Ranch has a typical occupancy of 25 guests. We have high expectations for the quality of service our guests receive and therefor we have high expectations of our staff. Employees enjoy ranch activities and exploring the Rocky Mountains in their time off. Wrangler responsibilities include caring for the horses, leading guests on rides, giving instruction, and general ranch chores. For additional information please visit our web site at www.LRRanch.com/jobs.html
Naturalist - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Posted by: Laramie River Ranch in Jelm, Colorado on 1-15-2017
Naturalist - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Laramie River Ranch has a typical occupancy of 25 guests. We have high expectations for the quality of service our guests receive and therefor we have high expectations of our staff. Employees enjoy ranch activities and exploring the Rocky Mountains in their time off. Naturalist responsibilities include leading hikes, participating in our weekly overnight, grounds work, and general ranch chores. For additional information please visit our web site at www.LRRanch.com/jobs.html
Food Service Supervisor - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Posted by: Laramie River Ranch in Jelm, Colorado on 1-15-2017
Food Service Supervisor - Now hiring for 2017 season!
Laramie River Ranch has a typical occupancy of 25 guests. We have high expectations for the quality of service our guests receive and therefor we have high expectations of our staff. Employees enjoy ranch activities and exploring the Rocky Mountains in their time off.

The Food Service Supervisor will manage the wait staff and kitchen team for proper food handling, and the preparation, presentation, timely delivery,and quality of food served. Responsibilities also include ordering and inventory management.
Wrangler
Posted by: Mountain Sky Guest Ranch in Emigrant, Montana on 1-12-2017
Wrangler
The ideal wrangler candidate will demonstrate both excellent customer service and strong horsemanship skills. Job duties include guiding on 12,000 private acres, plus many more acres of Gallatin National Forest that border the ranch. Trail rides are not the typical boring nose-to-tail walking dude rides. Our guests stay for a week at a time, and come to ride! We lead walk, trot, and lope rides, all with a heavy instruction component. You may also be asked to fix fence, train horses, doctor horses, and assist our ranch foreman with moving and doctoring cattle.

To apply, please email your resume to wranglers@mountainsky.com. If possible, include a picture of yourself riding.

Note that we cannot accommodate dogs and are not able to provide family housing, but personal horses are permitted.

Applicants who are unable to do a live riding interview will be required to submit a riding video after their application is reviewed.
Wrangler for 2017 Season
Posted by: Deep Canyon Guest Ranch in Choteau, Montana on 1-12-2017
Wrangler for 2017 Season
Deep Canyon Guest Ranch is looking for an energetic, hardworking wrangler for its 20 guest, family owned guest ranch. We are a small team of people creating a great experience for its guests and for its crew members. All Applicant must have excellent horsemanship skills. Must be willing to ride our young horses, helping with the training of them. Must possess the ability to engage with guests on the trail as well as in the lodge during meals, cookouts and campfires. Horseshoeing skills helpful, but not required, as is ability to play a musical instrument. Western dress required. Dates of employment are June 1-August 31.
Housekeeping/Kitchen
Posted by: Deep Canyon Guest Ranch in Choteau, Montana on 1-12-2017
Housekeeping/Kitchen
Deep Canyon Guest Ranch is looking for a motivated, team player to be a part of our housekeeping and kitchen staff. Applicant is responsible for daily cleaning of cabins and lodge. Laundry duties are performed by housekeeping. Kitchen duties include helping keep the cook area clean and organized, dishes, and setting up dining room for meals. You may also be expected to step in to other positions as needed and as skills allow. Ability to play an instrument and/or sing is beneficial but not required. Western dress during meals. Dates of employment June 1-August 31.
2017 Wrangler
Posted by: Rawah Guest Ranch in Glendevey, Colorado on 1-11-2017
2017 Wrangler
Rawah Ranch in Glendevey, CO is looking for an experienced wrangler to round out our summer staff starting May 15th 2017. The position runs until October 15th, 2017. All applicants must be available the entire season.
We are looking for someone with a strong horse background; previous dude ranch/wrangling experience is highly preferred. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude, a willingness to help in other departments as required
(occasional dish/serving duties during large groups), demonstrate flexibility and be a team player.
CPR certification is required. Wranglers may not bring pets to the ranch, but a personal horse may be allowed at the Head Wrangler's discretion.
Bar W Guest Ranch is hiring Wranglers for 2017 Season
Posted by: Bar W Guest Ranch in Whitefish, Montana on 1-6-2017
Bar W Guest Ranch is hiring Wranglers for 2017 Season
Seasonal Wranglers are responsible for the day to day care of the corral, tack and horses. Wrangler's first priority is safety of the guest & horses. Wrangler must adhere to the horse program put in place by the Bar W while under the direction of the Head Wrangler. Although hired as a Wrangler, employees must be willing to do all jobs asked of them. Competitive salary and Season bonus will be paid to those fulfilling their contract. All employees share in tip pool. On-site housing available. Season normally starts May 1st and ends Oct. 1st. Preference will be given to Wranglers that are available for the entire season but students are encouraged to apply.

Wrangler duties include but not limited to:
-grooming feeding and saddling
-conduct safe and fun rides for the guests
-be in control of your ride and stay alert for any safety issues
-help with evening activities
-maintain fence and corrals
-stack hay
-operate tractor to feed
-inspect and hook up truck and trailer
-must be a confident rider
-must be able to communicate to guest how to ride, and have the fortitude to enforce it.
-have working knowledge of horses, tack, and ranch work
-be able to engage guest in conversation both on the trail and at the ranch
-be able at times, to put in long hours,(6am to 9pm)
-valid drivers license
-lift 75 lbs repeatedly

All employees are required to have current basic first aid and CPR from the Red Cross before starting work.

As a wrangler you are interacting with the guest often and must be able to think on your feet, keep the guest happy without being careless of violating Bar W rules and regulations.

Please visit our website and download our application. Applications and resumes may be emailed to info@thebarw.com
Bar W Guest Ranch is hiring Lodge staff for 2017 Season
Posted by: Bar W Guest Ranch in Whitefish, Montana on 1-6-2017
Bar W Guest Ranch is hiring Lodge staff for 2017 Season
The role of the Lodge Staff is to perform any combination of daily light cleaning tasks to weekly deep cleaning. Duties to include making beds, replenishing linens, cleaning rooms and halls, vacuuming, doing dishes and light gardening. Will assist at mealtimes. Work with the head cook to make sure all kitchen and food storage areas are kept clean and organized at all times. On a daily basis ensure that all guest rooms, cabin, common areas and office are clean and have the proper linens and supplies. Duties include making beds, replenishing linens, cleaning rooms, walkways and common areas, vacuuming as well as kitchen support and dishes. Previous dude ranch or similar resort experience would be a plus. Must be willing to help with activities, tasks and chores unrelated to the kitchen or lodge. Competitive salary and Season bonus will be paid to those fulfilling their contract. All employees share in tip pool. On-site housing available. Season normally starts May 1st and ends Oct. 1st.Preference will be given to employees that are available for the entire season but students are encouraged to apply.

All employees are required to have current basic first aid and CPR from the Red Cross before starting work.

Please visit our website and download our application. Applications and resumes may be emailed to info@thebarw.com
Bar W Guest Ranch is hiring Ranch Hand/Maintenance for 2017 Season
Posted by: Bar W Guest Ranch in Whitefish, Montana on 1-6-2017
Bar W Guest Ranch is hiring Ranch Hand/Maintenance for 2017 Season
General Responsibilities:

General responsibilities include working within a team environment to ensure the ranch guests are safe and that their vacation is a first class experience.

Specific Responsibilities:
Lawn care, fence repair and painting, light vehicle maintenance, general upkeep of the grounds. Light carpentry including furniture repair. Plumbing and sprinkler system knowledge. Welding and fabrication. Light electrical, replacing bulbs, receptacles etc.

Ideal Candidate should possess:
Valid Drivers license
Working knowledge of carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting, trucks, tractors, trailers, RVs and facility grounds.
Ability to use efficiently various power and hand tools.
Ability to operate ranch equipment including but not limited to trucks, tractors with implements, trailers.
Knowledge of safety procedures
Problems solving skills
Ability to follow oral and written instructions
Ability to adapt to a wide variety of tasks happening at same time
Physical: Ability to handle objects weighing up to 200 pounds
Ability to stoop, bend, squat, twist, reach repeatedly without restriction
Ability to lift up to 100 pounds repeatedly
Behavioral:
Can do attitude
Team player
Willing to join in Ranch activities.

Competitive salary and Season bonus will be paid to those fulfilling their contract. All employees share in tip pool. On-site housing available. Season normally starts May 1st and ends Oct. 1st. Preference will be given to employees that are available for the entire season but students are encouraged to apply.

All employees are required to have current basic first aid and CPR from the Red Cross before starting work.


Please visit our website and download our application. Applications and resumes may be emailed to info@thebarw.com
2nd Cook/Housekeeper
Posted by: Hawley Mountain Guest Ranch in McLeod, Montana on 1-5-2017
2nd Cook/Housekeeper
Cooks one meal/daily and all three meals on 1st Cook's day off. Works with the other housekeepers doing some lodge cleaning, and cooks on other cook's day off. On "change over days", is responsible for assisting with laundry process. On grocery day, helps in the kitchen on an "as-needed" basis, depending on what jobs need to be done to assist the kitchen staff. Other duties may include running ranch errands or assisting the manager.

Job requirements: Must have excellent work ethic, be trustworthy, able to see things to be done (self-motivated), and have good people skills with guests and other staff. No visible piercings except earrings. Cooking experience and being comfortable in the kitchen is needed,as well as good organizational and cleaning skills

Compensation: Monthly salary, board and room, and a portion of the service charge pool. Work week is 6 days with some time off in the afternoons to enjoy wilderness surroundings.
WRANGLER:
Posted by: Hawley Mountain Guest Ranch in McLeod, Montana on 1-5-2017
WRANGLER:
Wrangler to guide horseback rides in wilderness area north of Yellowstone Park. 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.

Especially looking for a wrangler who can replace horseshoes on a as-needed basis, but will not be the main farrier.

Job requirements: 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 body piercings other than earrings. Wranglers must be first aid and CPR certified. We can provide that training if needed.

Compensation: monthly salary, board and room and a portion of the service charge pool. Work week is 6 days with Sundays off.
MAINTANENCE:
Posted by: Hawley Mountain Guest Ranch in McLeod, Montana on 1-5-2017
MAINTANENCE:
Seasonal maintenance/ranch hand position to maintain buildings and ranch vehicles, and do construction. Horse experience is a plus. If qualified, the job could continue after the guest season.
Job Requirements: Must have excellent work ethic, be trustworthy, able to see things to be done (self-motivated), and have good people skills with guests and other staff. Must have own tools of the trade. No visible piercings except earrings.

Compensation: Monthly salary, board and room, and a portion of the service charge pool. Work week is 6 days.

HOUSEKEEPING
Posted by: Hawley Mountain Guest Ranch in McLeod, Montana on 1-5-2017
HOUSEKEEPING
Job description: primarily responsible for the cleaning and upkeep of ranch units. Kitchen duties include set up, clean up, and dishes after meals and maintaining a clean kitchen area. Laundry of linens is done by housekeeping staff. Also help is given to the cook in the kitchen when needed. Other tasks to be included could be some maintenance, unloading groceries, and helping out in other areas when extra hands are needed. Work week is 6 days.

Job requirements: must have an excellent work ethic, be trustworthy, able to see things to be done (self-motivated), and have good people skills with guests and other staff. No visible piercings except earrings.

Compensation: monthly salary, board and room, and a portion of the service pool. Work week is 6 days with some time off in the afternoons to enjoy wilderness surroundings.


Wrangler
Posted by: Diamond D Ranch in Stanley, Idaho on 12-29-2016
Wrangler
Come work on Idaho's premier all-inclusive guest ranch, nestled in the Frank Church Wilderness. The Diamond D is located 38 miles north of Stanley, Idaho. We are looking for an experienced wrangler to take trail rides this summer, someone who knows horses well and enjoys meeting and being around people. The perfect applicant would have some training experience, know how to saddle quickly and efficiently with the saddle fitting correctly, and see a possible problem before it happens. Strong people skills is a must! This person will be expected to participate in all evening guest activities as well.
Must be current in FIRST AID AND CPR.
Job duration: June 1st - Oct 1st.
Serious applicants please email a recent resume and photo to: diamonddguestranch@mac.com
Heavy drinkers or smokers need not apply. Thank you.
Breakfast Cook and Baker
Posted by: Diamond D Ranch in Stanley, Idaho on 12-29-2016
Breakfast Cook and Baker
The Diamond D Ranch is Idaho's premier all-inclusive guest ranch, located in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. Guests visit our backcountry ranch to escape the hustle and bustle of their every daily lives. It is our goal that when they leave the ranch they feel they have had the experience of a lifetime and a part of our ranch family!
While we offer amazing scenic trail rides, blue-ribbon world-class trout fishing, guided hikes, a beautiful swimming pool and hot-tub and many other ranch activities, one of the main things our guests LOVE about their vacation at the Diamond D Ranch is the fact that they do not have to cook! We have always received the highest compliments on the delicious food we serve, as well as the presentation. We are looking for an experienced cook who can cook breakfast for 40 - 60 or more people, daily. Experience in baking is a must as well, as all desserts and breads are baked fresh daily. The successful candidate will be self motivated, confident in food quality and preparation along with the stamina and drive to endure the early days. Responsible for keeping the kitchen, refrigerator, food service/storage areas, walk-in cooler and kitchen equipment clean. This person must be a strong leader, able supervise their support staff of up to three helpers, extremely organized as well as a team player. Experience is a must! We offer a 6 day work week, private bedroom and large closet, board, competitive salary and gratuities, and a supportive family like environment. Most desirable applicants will be able to work from June 1 - Oct 15. Please send a resume and recent photo to:
diamonddguestranch@mac.com
Morning chef / Morning baker
Posted by: Elkhorn Ranch - AZ in Tucson, Arizona on 12-26-2016
Morning chef / Morning baker
Job involves preparing breakfast baked bread, short order breakfast for crew and guests, cookies, and fruit and veggie / salad good for lunch. Please contact Mary at office@elkhornranch.com


About Dude Ranch Employment


Each year our 100+ member ranches hire many seasonal employees, and some year round employees, for such positions as wranglers, cooks, wait staff, housekeepers, maintenance workers, children's counselors and office workers. Most seasonal employees are hired by the Southern ranches for the months of September through May and by the Northern ranches for the months of May through October. Many northern ranches have last minute openings during the months of May and June. Compensation varies from ranch to ranch and position to position but usually includes salary, room and board, a share of the seasonal tip pool and use of the facilities and horses when off duty. Frequently the ranches have more applicants than positions, especially for positions related to the horses. Jobs on dude ranches typically involve hard work and long hours as well as participation in evening guest activities such as line dances, hayrides and staff talent shows. Good people skills and an ability to live and work well with others are required. The more flexible you are in the type of position you would like, the more likely you are to be successful.

Non-U.S. Citizens:

Employment opportunities on ranches for non-U.S. citizens are extremely limited and almost non-existent for working with the horses. Occasionally, a ranch will hire a non-U.S. citizen for a wait staff, house keeping or kitchen staff position. Foreign persons seeking employment must be able to speak English well enough to understand guests and the employer. They must also have a work permit for the U.S.A. Please contact the U.S. Embassy for information on work permits. The Dude Ranchers' Association is not able to help in obtaining work permits.

Student Internships:

U.S. students often contact the association seeking internship positions. The Dude Ranchers' Association has no formal internship program but a number of our member ranchers have been willing to negotiate with students for internship positions as a part of their seasonal employment. Students interested in such positions may utilize the opportunities listed below.

Options:

To assist the many students and others seeking employment, the Association is offering the following

Services:

1. Upon request, we will send the Dude Ranchers' Association Directory. All 100+ member ranches are listed, along with their contact information, programs and amenities. Interested individuals may contact each ranch themselves.

2. The Dude Rancher's Association also publishes a newsletter that is sent directly to all member ranches. For a US$10 fee, you may place an employment wanted ad in one issue. Many ranchers refer to the ads published in the newsletter when hiring. There are no guarantees, but it is a good, inexpensive way to contact all member ranchers at the same time.

Send us your name, address, phone number, dates of availability, type of position(s) sought and 2-3 sentences describing your experience or qualifications along with the US$10 fee to: The Dude Ranchers' Association Newsletter, P.O. Box 2307, Cody, WY 82414. Payment must be received before the ad will appear.


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