Triangle C Employment

 Application Information

Triangle C is now accepting applications for all positions for the summer and/or winter season. We are glad that you are thinking about applying to be part of our team. As you start the application process, please be sure to read everything within the job descriptions carefully and include all necessary information when applying. The appliation is availble for download near bottom of this page.

After reading about us, and qualifying for the job descriptions, and you find yourself wanting be a full fledge member of our family as well as having a fantastic summer, winter, or both, download our aplication below and email it to the Triangle C Ranch office or snail mail it to our office after completion. Our staff members are very important to us and we look for warm, friendly people with a great attitude and a strong sense of integrity, who are willing to work hard, learn new things, and most of all have fun. Triangle C Ranch’s staff includes all ages 21 and over. We look forward to hearing from you.

Must meet all requirments for employment

• At least 21 years of age and have completed high school.

• A U.S. citizen or have a J-1 work visa.

• Available from May – August or December – April.

• Three references, two work and one personal.

• Provide evidence of interest in working with and being of assistance to other people.

• Provide evidence of ability to live in a small community of peers as a positive team member.

• Demonstrate interest in having a unique experience, not just a summer job.

Job Descriptions

All Applicants must thoroughly read the job descriptions they’re applying for.



The Old Wild West, horses, and the image of a cowboy is an important part of the dude ranch experience. All of the wranglers are required to dress appropriately for the job.

A cowboy hat is to be worn at all times. A clean button down long sleeve western shirt, clean jeans and cowboy boots are required at all times on the ranch. No sweatshirts, stocking caps or tennis shoes while on duty with the guests.

The wrangler’s duties include but not limited to guiding guests on horseback rides, saddling, feeding, watering, cleaning tack, stalls, and tack rooms, scooping manure, fence repair, trail maintenance, firewood cutting, and any general maintenance and carpentry.

Here at Triangle C, everybody wears different hats. There will be times when your help is needed in other areas of the ranch duties.

Wranglers have far more contact with guests than many of the other employees. You are required to host and entertain guests at all times.

At the beginning of the season you will be introduced to the head wrangler and he/she is in charge of all the wranglers and ranch hands. They are in charge of appointing who does what on what days.  If you have questions or comments, you will talk to the Head Wrangler. Wranglers will work six days a week unless they have ranch duty.

Ranch Hands

Your duties will vary with the work that has to be done. You will follow the same criteria as the wranglers with a few exceptions. You will go on rides only if you are needed. Otherwise you will water lawns, cabin maintenance, ranch maintenance, fence repair, fire starting, trash, wood cutting, carpentry work, farming, and any thing else that needs done on the ranch.

Adult & Teen Program Directors


Both the teen and adult program directors work together to create and sustain the excellent programs here at Triangle C Ranch. You are working constantly with the guests and are required to host them, being friendly and kind in all you do. You’ll take the guests hiking, fishing, square dancing, camping & even swimming. This job is a lot of fun but it does require long hours. It is also preferred that in this position you act as ranch photographer.

Kitchen, Waiters, and Bar Staff

Kitchen Staff are to report to the Chef each morning at 6:30 unless specified by him/her.  The kitchen staff must always be clean and look presentable. Boots, western shirts and clean jeans are your daily attire, aprons and vests will be given out. Close- toed shoes will be worn at all times. While serving and working around food, your hair should be up or pulled back. No t-shirts, shorts or sandals are allowed while dealing with the guest.

Once a week you are required to clean the lodge and cabins to prepare for the next week. Throughout the week your help will be needed to not only serve the food but also help with food prep.

Children’s Counselors


All counselors must dress in clean jeans and button down shirts that look nice and western. You are responsible for feeding and watering small animals Monday through Saturday. Children’s Counselors will have activities for kids at 9 am to 11 am and then 2 pm to 4 pm, unless on all day rides and other activities.

The children are your main priority.

Any child under the age of 12 is your responsibility and are required to create games, crafts, activities, etc. that will be fun and exciting.

You are in charge of most of the family activities that take place on the ranch. You are in charge of coordinating the hay ride, volleyball, s ‘mores and campfire, and camping out every Wednesday night with kids under 12.  As well you are in charge of maintenance for the Beaver Cabin, the children’s cabin.


The housekeeper is in charge of cleaning and maintenance of all ranch guest cabins. This is a very important aspect of the guest experience and excellence is required at all times. You are required to do all ranch laundry and to clean guest rooms every day. Jeans should be worn at all times on the ranch as well as close-toed shoes (preferably boots). A Triangle C shirt /or western button downs should be worn everyday while working.

Triangle C Ranch is a drug-free work place and you must be drug free. We reserve the right to use drug testing when appropriate.

Call for more information regarding job descriptions, and to make a reservation

(307) 455-2225

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