- Age 31 years
- Date of Birth 13th October 1989
- Had previous paid employment within the equine industry? Locked
- Preferred Countries Europe
- County/State/Region Germany
- Job Category Full Time, Permanent
- Earliest start date 1st June 2019
- Freelance: Business Name Locked
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- Notice period 10days
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- Working Couples: Partner's profile reference number Locked
- Live in or out Live in
- Co-habiting? Locked
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- Expected Job Level Groom/Rider, Rider, Part of a Team, Home Groom, Competition Groom, Riding Instructor, Stud Groom
- Animals to bring to a job Locked
- Describe the animal/s you HAVE to bring to the job (if applicable) Locked
- Can drive Car
- Own car? None
- Height 5’7” / 170cm
- Approximate weight 10st / 63.5kg / 140lb
- Total years experience with horses Locked
- Previous paid/work experience Locked
- Future disciplines Endurance, Eventing, Family Yard, Show Jumping, Stud
- Riding Role? Locked
- Nationality Algerian
- Languages spoken Locked
- Qualifications Locked
- Equine Skills Bandage, Equine First Aid, Maintenance Skills, Muck Out, Ride, Rider/Trainer, Teach, Work Rider, Work with children, Young Stock Handler, Young Stock Rider, Travelling Horses by Sea or Air
- Non-Equine Skills Locked
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- Position held in this job Locked
- 2nd longest time in one job Locked
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- Current passport? Locked
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Experience with Horses
Kindly note that through my experience for more than 12 years as a groom, professional horse rider and instructor as well as a national champion in show jumping, I would be thrilled to continue to do so. I am eager to learn more about your vision, mission, successes, and challenges and willing to support you in achieving positive results and make a difference in the equestrian arts.
Riding, exercising, grooming, lunging, show jumping, eventing, endurance, competing, feeding and mucking out, clean and prepare horses, working in a team, working with children, working disabled, training, equine first aid, handling youngstock, competition support, teaching, people skills, driving.
What are you particularly good at? For example: working alone, working with others, clipping, plaiting, turning out for shows, handling stallions, handling/riding young horses, non-equine skills
Strengths and Weaknesses
• What do you most enjoy about working with horses?
I’m a passionate about horses, and since my young age I learnt riding horses and how to take care of them. Then, my passion became a dream to be a professional in showjumbing and I followed my dream. Now, I’m still have the same feeling in each step I take for the well-being of horses, from grooming, training, bandage,till competing in show jumpin, eventing and endurance and above all achieving positive results and/or wining in a competition and celebrate it with the team. So, I believe that I’ll spend my life doing the job that I love.
• Is there anything you’d like to improve?
• Why should employers consider you above any other job seeker?
I am a passionate and professional in riding, exercising, training and handling a variety of horses in a varying situations and fields. I am a goal-oriented, with strong interpersonal and creativity skills.I have excellent organizational skills and an ability to maintain the big picture while attending to details. As a national champion with several local records in equestrianccompetition, I possess a good technical knowledge and able to provide teaching techniques and guiding others from basics of riding to professional exercises to achieve positive results.
• What would you like to do or gain in your next job?
Riding horses, grooming
Do you need accommodation?
• Do you have any special requirements for any animals you wish to bring with you?
• Do you have any ongoing commitments?
• Do you have any holidays booked that an employer needs to know of?