Dude Ranch Jobs Guest Ranch Employment 2016
Dude Ranch Jobs 2016
- Curious about summer dude ranch employment with us here at Sundance Trail Guest Ranch? Last summer we had a fantastic time, and next summer is going to be great!
- Our guest ranch employment expectations? We’re planning on some hard work, long hours, new friends, good fun, awesome adventures, possible internships for credit, and did I mention hard work and long hours?
- You will find job descriptions, employment requirements, details, and application forms in the Employment pages of our website (www.sundancetrail.com/dude-ranch-jobs/ – Everything you might want to know should be there.
- Note that we are not in the business of “horse care”; we
are in the business of “guest care.” We will begin reviewing applications in December.
- We will only consider folks who send us our application, which you can find on our web site.
- Interns, be sure to specify what kind of internship you are seeking; for example business, hospitality, equine, etc.
- Attention Millennial’s!: If you are too busy or too special to use our application form, and choose to simply send us your resume or an offer to “help us out,” by all means, feel free to do so – your resume will be filed where it belongs.
- We no longer hire people in pairs. If you and a friend are looking together, we wish you well, but not here.
- If you are applying for summer wrangler, please note carefully the dude ranch wrangler video requirements, or if you are nearby, plan to come ride with us! Folks seem to prefer uploading their videos onto youtube.com – that works well.
Note that kangaroos and cooks who can ride horses will be given preference.
- Note also that those applicants who can work the months of May, September and October will be given preference.
- Please be aware that we can no longer assist individuals obtain H2(b) visas. If you are not a documented U. S. citizen, or holding a green card, or a student J(1)visa, we are not able to employ you. I am very sorry, but the expense of obtaining H2(b) visas is just too great.
If you are a J(1) student, we will seriously look at your credentials only AFTER receiving your information on our application format. This is a very small ranch, we hire J(1) students every year, but only those who are interested in following our procedures. If you are looking at J(1) brokers, I suggest that you include Shawn Kerfoot in your search – her family owns a small resort, and she understands this business (firstname.lastname@example.org). We no longer work with CCUSA.
Ellen & Dan Morin
Sundance Trail Guest Ranch
17931 Red Feather Lakes Rd.
Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545