Ranch Couple (Ranch Hand + Lodge Assistant) needed at West Texas Guest Ranch

Filled / Expired

DHI Ranch

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Fort Stockton, TX
Job Type
Full Time
Date Posted
August 12, 2021
Housing Offered
0-2 yrs

West Texas guest ranch is hiring a couple to fill the full-time positions of Ranch Hand and Lodge Assistant.

The Ranch Hand duties involve all aspects of general ranch labor, such as checking water, patching fence, filling corn and protein feeders, vehicle and facility maintenance, and groundskeeping at the headquarters. During hunting season, tasks include transporting hunters to blinds and cleaning harvested game. Livestock duties consist of assisting with our whitetail breeder program and occasional cattle work. Experience in mechanics, welding, heavy equipment, or sprinkler irrigation is a plus.

The Lodge Assistant position centers around busy summer and fall guest seasons. Responsibilities include preparing meals based on a planned menu, stocking snacks and beverages for guests, and ensuring the cleanliness of the kitchen and public areas. Housekeeping and turnover of the guest rooms and facilities is done weekly. In the off-season months, Lodge staff deep-clean the guest buildings and tend to routine maintenance.

We are very remotely located, approximately 45 minutes away from Fort Stockton. The ranch is corporate owned and offers insurance and benefits. A modern 3 bedroom home with fenced yard is provided, with all appliances and utilities included. No indoor pets, and only broke geldings are allowed.

To apply: Applicants must have a current driver’s license and be able to pass a background check. No phone calls please, and you must be able to communicate through email and an online application process. Please respond with an introduction that highlights any relevant hospitality or ranch experience. Provide work history for each candidate, along with dates of employment

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