Triangle X Ranch is an equal opportunity provider.
Responsibilities include the preparation, service and storage of food for both ranch guests and employees. Courteous service to guests, a clean kitchen, clean equipment and a clean, neat appearance are of the utmost importance. The Head Cook will be responsible for and be able to plan and prepare breakfast, lunch or dinner by him or herself. The ability to prepare, cook and tastefully present meat, poultry and seafood entrees; as well as nutritious and appealing salads, vegetables, pasta dishes and desserts is required. The Head Cook will plan the weekly menus and order the needed food and kitchen supplies. Knowledge of how to operate the stoves, indoor and outdoor grills, big and small mixers is necessary. Knowledge of kitchen safety, sanitation and health regulations is essential. Overall, the Head Cook should have commercial cooking experience and feel comfortable in the kitchen.
The responsibilities include overall appearance of the kitchen, perform daily maintenance duties such as mopping floors, washing pots and pans, cleaning , unloading, checking and storing all food orders and kitchen supplies. Must be good natured and communicate well with fellow employees. Attentive to details and cleanliness and take pride in the appearance of the work areas. Experience with kitchen equipment desirable but will train in maintenance. Must be energetic and physically fit and able to lift and carry heavy items.
The main focus of the Assistant Cook is to help the Head Cook with the preparation of main dishes. The Assistant Cook will also be responsible for and be able to plan and prepare breakfast, lunch or dinner by himself or herself. The Assistant Cook is also expected to aid the Head Cook in planning the weekly menus and assisting in ordering the needed food on a weekly basis. Knowledge of equipment, kitchen safety, sanitation and health regulations is essential. Overall, the Assistant Cook must have some general cooking experience and feel comfortable in the kitchen.
All drivers will drive vans or pickups with float customers aboard and/or pulling a trailer loaded with a rubber raft to a variety of raft launch destinations in Grand Teton National Park. All drivers will be responsible for the cleanliness and safety of the vans prior to each trip. All drivers will be responsible for providing a Park Service-approach safety speech, prior to float guests’ departure. Vans will be cleaned inside and outside each day. Minimum age requirement is twenty-one (21) years.
All River Guides will float rubber rafts with float customers aboard on scenic stretches of the Snake River. All River Guides will be responsible for providing a Park Service-approved interpretive float trip. Life preservers, first aid gear and oars must be checked prior to each trip. All rules of safety must be observed at all times. The minimum age of twenty-one (21) years is required for insurance purposes.
Waitpersons and Housekeepers
Be responsible for the preparation, service and storage of food for ranch guests and employees. Courteous service to guests, clean areas, and clean equipment, and a clean, neat appearance is of utmost importance. The duties include cleaning kitchen and dinig areas, rest rooms, guest lodging, all equipment and the preparation of areas prior to and after each meal. The applicant should be physically fit, able to work on feet for long periods of time, able to lift and carry heavy supplies and work fast and efficiently.
All cookout cooks will be responsible for the preparation, service and storage of food for both ranch guests, employees and large and small groups of float guests. You will be cooking over an open fire at various cookout locations in Grand Teton National Park. Courteous service to guests, clean kitchen, clean sites, cleat cookout shed and clean equipment.
Wrangler guides will be responsible for the safety and well being of Ranch guests. Courteous service to guests, clean corrals, and safe equipment and western style appearance and clothing is of utmost importance. Wrangler guides will be responsible for the maintenance and safety of the corrals, tack rooms, trails, horses, and fences and preparation of areas prior to each trail ride. Corrals and tack will be monitored and cleaned if necessary each day. Wrangler guides will be responsible for providing an enjoyable ride and safe ride as outlined by the Ranch.