Assistant Stable Manager, Warmblood Stud - WFS

Location: Western Free State
Duration:
  • Permanent
Start date / availability: Applications open, seeking the right candidate to join the team
Opportunity for growth & development, prefer a candidate looking to invest in the long term. Professional working environment, a personality able to add benefit to an established team & routine, happy to assist & learn under supervision as well as motivated to work independently. Previous stable management experience required, stud background preferable.
Responsibilities / Requirements of role:

Assisting Stud's Stable Manager as required: handling foals, foal & weanling care, paddock supervision & checking broodmares; working with team of staff; treatments & nursing care; assisting with general admin, dealing with clients.

Level of Experience, Qualification(s) Required / Training Offered: Qualifications & training in place, general stud/stable work experience, training offered.
Details to Veterinary / Vet Nursing / Speciality requirements: Foal nursing care, treatments, assist vet
Full/Part-Time; Hours of Work; Weekend/After Hours Required: Full time stud working hours
Drivers license required: Yes
Code required (e.g. towing): Towing experience preferable
Own transport required:
  • Yes
  • Use of company vehicle for work purposes
Remuneration / Package Perks: Commensurate with qualifications & experience
Accommodation:
  • Live in
  • Fully serviced
  • Self contained cottage / apartment
  • Manager's house
Pets:
  • Small socialised pet permitted
  • To be discussed
Smoking preference: Not applicable
Any additional comments: Bilingual Afrikaans beneficial, content to live on a farm in rural surrounds.
Located in: Equestrian related

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