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Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch Crew

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Moose, WY


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Jan 12, 2024

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Reports To: Facility and Grounds Manager

Classification: Individual Contributor

Location: Moose, WY

FLSA Code: Non-Exempt


Salary Range: $18.50 - $22 / hour, based on experience

Duration: May 22 - September 20, 2024
(Part-Time Seasonal, 25 hours weekly)


Priority will be given to applications received before Monday, February 5, 2023.


Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch Crew
The AAC has two openings for the Crew position at the Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch (GTCR) for the 2024 season. This position is part-time, seasonal, from Mid-May through Mid-September of each year. Housing is provided on the property, and all staff are required to live on-site throughout the season. Crew are expected to function in support of the team, and at the direction of the Facility and Grounds Manager.


Guest Services & Public Relations:

  • Provide Ranch and National Park information to guests
  • Process fees and reservations
  • Promote and sell merchandise
  • Support Ranch Managers as needed
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with the all GTCR staff and the National Park Service
  • Assist with the planning and execution of events held at the Ranch

Maintenance and Housekeeping

  • Maintain the grounds and general landscaping
  • Keep the Ranch free of trash and other debris
  • Monitor the plumbing systems and electrical systems for issues
  • Clean the shower-house, cabins, and bathrooms regularly
  • Monitor for animal and pest control
  • Preferred: ability to execute minor repairs and use simple power tools

Other duties

  • Additional duties as assigned by the Facility and Grounds Manager that are required for the successful operation of the Ranch

You are a strong fit for this role if you:

  • Are committed to the AAC mission, and model our core values at all times
  • Are able to communicate effectively among a diversity of lived experiences and identities
  • Are able to represent the AAC in a professional manner at all times
  • Have experience with guest or client services
  • Have an acute attention to detail
  • Are competent with Google Suites
  • Are creative and eager to learn and grow new skills
  • Are at least 21 years of age
  • Preferred: CPR / First Aid / AED Training


65% physical

35% administrative / guest services


Reporting Relationship

The Crew reports to the Facility and Grounds Manager, Ila Holman.

The Facility and Grounds Manager reports to the Lodging Director, Allyssa Burnley.


How to Apply

All who love the AAC mission are encouraged to apply, including people of color, Black, Indigenous, transgender, and non-binary individuals. Apply online. No phone calls please. Cover letters are strongly encouraged. Priority will be given to applicants who apply by Monday February 5, 2024.


The AAC is an equal opportunity employer. Your gender, religion, sex life, skin color, first language, and size and ability of your body do not factor into employment decisions here. Neither do your friends in high places. If you love our mission and are good at what you do, come as you are.


About the Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch and the American Alpine Club:

The Grand Teton Climbers’ Ranch is located within Grand Teton National Park, approximately 20 miles from the town of Jackson. The Climbers' Ranch offers the most affordable and accessible lodging for climbers visiting the Grand Teton National Park.


About the AAC

Founded in 1902, the American Alpine Club (AAC) is committed to serving the climbing community. Throughout the years, we’ve listened to climbers’ needs and created resources and solutions so our entire community can thrive. That’s why we offer grants, our unique rescue benefit and medical expense coverage, and memorialize and archive climbing history in North America’s largest climbing library and the American Alpine Journal. We bring together climbers from all over the country with our events, campgrounds, and volunteer network. We’re breaking down barriers to climbing and resourcing climbers who have lost loved ones to this often dangerous sport. Daily, we work to protect and advocate for our climbing landscapes and public lands nationally and locally. And we’re educating climbers with our robust accident analysis in Accidents in North American Climbing. United We Climb.

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