Stud & Foaling Assistant, Thoroughbred Stud - KZN

Location: KZN Midlands
Duration:
  • Permanent
Start date / availability: Applications open
Suit Stud-passionate candidate with previous foaling & stud work experience; knowledge of foaling procedures & foal care; able to multi-task, work under pressure, flexible in responsibilities, committed to stud/season hours. Reliable, good work ethic, hands-on involvement, lead a team, follow instruction.
Responsibilities / Requirements of role:

Assist with all routine stud & farm operations: teasing, covering, care of mares & foals, assisting with foaling, foal watch & handling, nursing care, weaning, basic groundwork training. Assist with preparing yearlings for Sales; vet & farrier visits; supervise staff when owners away.

Level of Experience, Qualification(s) Required / Training Offered: Under manager's supervision. Previous stud & foaling experience required.
Details to Veterinary / Vet Nursing / Speciality requirements: Basic level nursing care, assist with emergency surgeries. Training provided.
Full/Part-Time; Hours of Work; Weekend/After Hours Required: Full time stud hours, available at all times for emergencies.
Drivers license required: Yes
Own transport required:
  • Yes
  • Preferable
Remuneration / Package Perks: Salary region R8 000/month, experience/qualification dependent.
Accommodation:
  • Live in
  • Furnished
  • Fully serviced
  • Self contained cottage / apartment
Pets:
  • Pets not permitted
  • Horse could be accommodated as part of package
  • To be discussed
Smoking preference: Not applicable
Any additional comments: L&W, maid, DSTV etc. included - shared or self-contained depends on candidate requirements, couple can be considered.
Located in: Equestrian related

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