The Tasajillo Division is located 3 ½ miles South of Realitos on State Highway 359 in Duval County. The gatehouse for this division is located on the west side of the highway and accessible via the Ranches' paved easement from the highway. This position will be filled as soon as a qualified applicant is selected and when said applicant completes drug screening and background reviews. Interested applicants should appear in person at the gatehouse.
The starting wage is $12.50 per hour and during the high season, unpredictable hours should be expected with this position. Annual bonuses and gratuities from guests are also provided in addition to the above salary. Increases are commensurate with the applicant's experience and other qualifications gained over a period of time. Private housing is provided with this position at the Main House for the associate only and same includes a spacious bedroom, living room, and bathroom.
Experience with guest services and hospitality is required for this position; i.e. experience with: preparing meals, cleaning of interior furnishings, laundering of linens, guest and hospitality services (or attending to guests), and housekeeping duties.
Wyatt Ranches provides complete uniforms, ten paid sick days, numerous paid holidays and extended paid holiday periods, two to four weeks paid vacation relating to tenure, health insurance including prescription drug and mental health coverages, 24-hour access to an RN, dental insurance (the Ranches pay 80 percent of the associate's insurance and also 80 percent of the associate's family's insurance), and life insurance with AD&D (the Ranches pay 100 percent of the associate's life insurance and AD&D), attorney access assistance benefits, and all associates are also able to participate in the Ranches' 401-K investment program.
Hours vary based on the needs of the Main House; and, hospitality associates often must work during weekends and holidays. When working during a paid holiday, the associates in Hospitality are given alternate paid days off. One should expect to work weekends and during holidays in this hospitality position.
It is the policy of Wyatt Ranches to provide equal employment opportunities to all persons consistent with employment requirements and qualifications, and in compliance with laws protecting applicants from discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, age, disability, sexual orientation and/or gender identity. With respect to social media policies, the Ranches follow all applicable advisories and recommendations issued by the National Labor Relations Board.