- Age 20 years
- Date of Birth 10th October 2000
- Had previous paid employment within the equine industry? Locked
- Preferred Countries United Kingdom
- County/State/Region Anywhere
- Job Category Full Time, Seasonal, Short Term (Temporary)
- Earliest start date 21st April 2020
- Availability if Freelance/Short Term Until 20.09.20
- Freelance: Business Name Locked
- Freelance: Hourly Rate Locked
- Freelance: are you insured? Locked
- Notice period 5 days
- Best time to call Locked
- Working Couples: Partner's profile reference number Locked
- Live in or out Live in
- Co-habiting? Locked
- Full Postcode if live out (Private) Locked
- Expected Job Level Groom, Groom/Rider, Part of a Team, Sole Charge, Home Groom, Competition Groom, Other
- Animals to bring to a job Locked
- Describe the animal/s you HAVE to bring to the job (if applicable) Locked
- Can drive Car, Tractor, 3.5t
- Own car? Car
- Height 5’5” / 165cm
- Approximate weight 9.5st / 60.3kg / 133lb
- Total years experience with horses Locked
- Previous paid/work experience Locked
- Future disciplines Dealer, Dressage, Eventing, Family Yard, Hunting, Livery, P2P, Polo, Racing Flat, Riding School, Sales, Show Jumping, Team Chase
- Riding Role? Locked
- Nationality British
- Languages spoken Locked
- Qualifications Locked
- Equine Skills Bandage, Clip, Equine First Aid, Exercise/Hack Out, Long Rein, Lunging, Maintenance Skills, Muck Out, Plait, Pull Mane/Tail, Ride, Sales Preparation, School, Show Turnout, Sole charge, Work Rider, Work with children
- Non-Equine Skills Locked
- Longest time in one job Locked
- Position held in this job Locked
- 2nd longest time in one job Locked
- Position held in this job Locked
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- Current passport? Locked
- DBS (formerly CRB) or equivalent Locked
- Smoker? Locked
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Experience with Horses
Outline your experience with horses here/the scope of your freelance services. If you’re looking for a non-equine or non- yard-based job please use this space to describe your experience skills/abilities and adapt the questions to suit your line of work.
- Mucking out
- Managing 15 horses
- Feed making
- Odd jobs
- Exercising – Lunging, riding, pessoa, long reining
- Working heavy machinery
- Landscaping – Grounds work
- Moving livestock
- Tb testing cattle and bison
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 etc
I’m extremely good at seeing little jobs and getting on with them. I have an eye for detail and many would describe me as a perfectionist! I have always been good at working efficiently and prioritising tasks thanks to skills picked up whilst on placement as a student physiotherapist and working as part of a large team on a busy livery yard. I have worked with a mixture of young fit competition (predominantly eventers) horses, liverys and worked on the ground at a race yard so more than when capable handling fit competition horses. I have lots of experience plaiting for shows and hunting having worked for an eventer and hunted myself for a number of years. I work well as part of a team but also work well independently and quickly adapt to the environment I’m placed into.
Strengths and Weaknesses
• What do you most enjoy about working with horses?
I like how rewarding it can be and the room there is for career development.
• Is there anything you’d like to improve?
Predominantly my riding, although I can stick to anything I am not the most technical rider due to lack of lessons and constructive criticism.
• Why should employers consider you above any other job seeker?
I’m extremely good at adapting to my workplace. I have lots of experience in various different roles both equestrian and non-equestrian related and can therefore usually turn my hand to anything, because of this, I also learn very fast! I have always worked above and beyond for my employers, having been in employment in various part time jobs since the age of 11 I am no stranger to hard work and I take pride in everything I do. I have impeccable communication skills, as part of a big family it’s vital we work together and communicate in order to keep the house running. The same applies to teams I have worked on within the hospital, communication and teamwork, as well as intuition, are vital skills to have when working busy jobs in high-pressure situations. I feel I have been able to hone these skills over the last few years to become a well-rounded individual who will work hard to achieve goals and tasks set to me.
• What would you like to do or gain in your next job?
I would like to gain experience predominantly, I’m always looking for opportunities to increase my knowledge base and understanding of how the equestrian industry functions as a whole. I’m predominantly looking for a position as a groom/exercise rider in any discipline.
• Do you need accommodation?
No if within 30 minute drive of LE67, yes if further.
• Do you have any special requirements for any animals you wish to bring with you?
• Do you have any ongoing commitments?
Yes, I start back at university at the end of September
• Do you have any holidays booked that an employer needs to know of?