For Summer 2014:
Bryn Mawr Camp is looking to hire roughly 18 individuals for our riding program. We are looking to hire general staff, paid interns, and leadership staff.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. April Callis at email@example.com
Camp Director, Bryn Mawr Riding Camp
- Teaching Lessons, Running Horseshows and Running Equine Summer Camp Programs
- Maintaining, Feeding and Training Horses
- Assisting in upkeep and managing a variety of farm animals. Including managing diets, vet. scheduling,
- Scheduling lessons/documenting payments.
- Communicating with administration using Google Apps & EZCamp2
- Respond to email inquiries and parent questions using Curiosity email (Google Apps).
- Minimum 10yrs Riding Experience.
- 5 yrs Riding Instruction Experience.
- Must be able to demonstrate riding, tacking and mucking techniques.
- Knowledge of Western and Eastern Styles and Equipment.
- Experience running a horse show.
- Preferred: Degree in Equine Science, Large Animal Science or Related Field
Phelps Media Group, an equestrian public relations firm in Wellington, FL seeks a dressage intern for our winter show season.
The internship runs January through April in Wellington and gives interns the opportunity to photograph and write about major dressage competitions in the area, work with some of the top riders we have as clients, and contribute to social media and our dressage website, PSdressage.com. We are looking for someone with strong writing skills and a background in dressage. The full description is available here: http://www.americanhorsepubs.org/career_center/career_track/listings/CT_663.asp
Randolph College has an immediate full-time, instructor and program assistant position at the Riding Center. The position provides assistance to the Director of Riding with instruction of hunt seat classes, preparation and training at shows and general barn operations. Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree; 3 years of experience teaching group or private lessons for beginner, intermediate, and collegiate level riders; a working knowledge of modern theories of riding and training; and a thorough knowledge of stable management, including show horses. Randolph College offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, life insurance, pension, paid vacation and sick leave, etc.
To Apply: Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 references to: Director of Human Resources, Randolph College, 2500 Rivermont Avenue, Lynchburg, VA 24503, or via e-mail (preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE F/M/D/V
We are a nationwide recruiting service for summer residential children’s camps. We have some great jobs immediately available. Head coaches have private quarters and receive very nice salaries plus room, board, and transportation assistance. College team members live with campers and receive salaries plus room, board and transportation assistance. All jobs run from mid June to mid August.
Send resumes to Jerryah@optonline.net
Mary, Frank, and Laura Chapot are looking for full time help this winter.
Housing will be provided, and a small pay as well. There is the potential for this to turn into a full time job, so juniors and seniors would be preferable. Responsibilities will include feeding, mucking, and grooming. Interested people must be able to safely handle large, excitable warmbloods. They also must be able to efficiently tack up (knowledge of attaching yokes, breastplates, draws, and all types of martingales is necessary) wrap, boot up, lunge, set jumps, put studs in shoes, and provide basic vet care (subq/IM/ IV -bonus points). Extensive comprehensive knowledge about tack and training is not necessary, everyone picks it up quickly, we just need a level headed, hard working, down to earth horse person with common sense.
Please don’t be discouraged if you haven’t been to big shows, or aren’t an accomplished rider. There will likely be no riding opportunities in Florida, however the chance to rub elbows with some of the best of riders is guaranteed! A full time or part time position at the farm can potentially turn into riding, depending on the skill level of the person.
If you don’t know how to do something listed, just say so, it’s very likely we could just teach you before Florida.
Chado Farm will be leaving For WEF late December and returning early April.
32 stall 20 acre horse boarding facility in new hope pa is reopening.
Boarders are welcome, as well as those looking to work off board.
Mirrored indoor & outdoor arenas, hot & cold wash stalls, heated tack rooms, large matted box stalls, 16 large pastures for turnout.
Also looking to hire talented trainers/stable managers to start a riding program.
Susan can be reached at 215 852-0169 for additional information.
Opening Circle Equestrian Services is looking to add to its list of services by adding certified equine massage therapists to our contractors. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Resumes and references can also be sent to this address if interested in applying.
Check out our website at www.opening-circle.com for information about us as well as our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/openingcircleequestrianservices
Small farm in Newtown PA needs someone to work part time. Approximately 3 afternoons/evenings per week to clean 6 stalls and feed the horses. Please contact Becky for more information at 215-932-8711 or Beckycreekside@yahoo.com
Boarding available at Groth Hill Farm. Located less than 15 minutes from Delaware Valley College. Offering daily turnout on grass pasture, top quality hay and grain, a large outdoor arena, and a quiet atmosphere. Contact Lisa at 484-798-5241 for more info. WWW.grothhill.com