Ready to join the Flying U Ranch?
2023 We’re Hiring Seasonal staff for the Opportunity of a Lifetime.
The nature of ranch work is fast paced, constantly changing and adapting, and gratifying. All our employees will be expected to uphold the highest standard of service, and consistently strive for excellence. In exchange, successful applicants will experience a once in a lifetime opportunity to develop personally and professionally on Canada’s oldest and best-loved guest ranch. You must love people as the guest interaction is paramount to the success of the ranch for 100 years. In return we provide top wages, all gratuities are spread equally across the board, the food is excellent and you will live in private staff accommodations. Plus, you will spend your summer at our private gated lakeside resort. This includes these activities on your time off: horseback riding, canoeing, sailing, karaoke, movies in the theatre, swimming, tubing and fireside chats.
We are hiring in the following departments for our 2023 Season. We are taking applications from local, national and international applicants.
- Front End Servers
- Activities Staff
Please note that due to the high number of applications we receive only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The office staff is responsible for the day to day management of the general office. Duties include: Maintaining and updating bookings on a daily basis as they come in by email or phone. Rebooking guests for next season at checkout, greet and check all guests in and insure all paperwork waivers are completed. Responsible for all checkouts including billing and visa charges, coordinate all housekeeping schedules, provide daily cash reports to bookkeeper, maintaining all bookings records, cover lodge managers role on days off. Admin work on boats and kayak sign up sheets, look after all store merchandise, train and delegate takes to the office clerk.
Our wranglers must be able to catch and saddle horses quickly and correctly. Riding and training experience is required. Our wranglers are responsible for starting and training unbroke horses, putting trail miles on green horses and tuning up horses that develop bad habits as needed. You will be required to take out trail rides for new guests to evaluate their abilities. Must be able to provide basic equine first aid. A certification in first aid is required.
Our servers are responsible for setting up and cleaning up after meals and maintaining the cleanliness of the lodge and interactions with the guests during mealtime. Serving experience is not required as training will be provided. All servers must take an online Serving It Right course before starting.
Our housekeepers are responsible for cleaning and preparing the cabins for when the new guests arrive. Experience is not required as we will provide the training. Must be physically fit as this job keeps you on your feet for most of the day.
Cooks and Prep Cooks/bakers
Required to prepare all home cooked lodge meals from fresh ingredients served hot and on time three times a day. Prepare home baked breads deserts and cookies. Prepare packed lunches