Swan Mountain Outfitters – Glacier Division is a family-owned company that provides interpretive horseback riding for the general public. We have 3 locations inside Glacier National Park and one location right at the West Entrance on US Forest Service land. We hire seasonal employees to work from the end of May into September each summer. Please note we are a high volume trail ride operation, not a guest ranch.
Whether for one summer or many seasons, employment with Swan Mountain Outfitters provides a unique, educational and gratifying work experience in one of the most beautiful and rugged places in the world. While the work is demanding and the hours are long, it offers the employees a one of a kind opportunity to spend much of their summer with horses and great people.
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We accept employment applications throughout the year, but review them in late January / early February and make hiring decisions for the upcoming season by the end of March. Our hiring process is composed of four steps:
- Application Submittal. Read the following information regarding available positions, requirements and employment benefits. Then, complete and submit the online application below.
- Application Review. After reviewing all applications, we will select the top 30 applicants for a phone or in-person interview. All applicants that make it to the interview round will be required to submit 3 references. Additionally, any applicants interested in horse-related positions that make it to the interview round will be required to submit a short video demonstrating their ability to: groom, saddle and bridle, mount from the ground and ride (ideally at a walk, trot and lope). These videos should be 5 to 10 minutes long.
- Interviews. We will schedule interviews (either in-person or on the phone) during the month of February or March.
- Hiring Decisions. After conducting all interviews, reviewing the videos and checking all references, we will offer positions to the most qualified applicants by the end of March.
** HEADER PHOTO BY KERRY NEILS