Job Seekers: Registration for Employment
Encompassing all fields, disciplines & levels of Equestrian & Veterinary involvement:
Managers / Assistants / Trainers / Instructors / Work-riders / Admin / Nurses / Vets / Office staff / Accounts / Sales / Marketing / HR / PR / Animal Health Technicians / Interns
Register as a job seeker to receive e-mail notifications of new employment opportunities: complete online application or request form sent on email. Only applications completed by candidate concerned accepted. All information remains private & confidential, full information regarding the employer will be disclosed only to those candidates selected for interview.
- Attach current equine/vet-related CV (or send on e-mail)
- Complete sections of application form not covered in CV
- Attach copies of required documents (or send on e-mail)
- Apply for positions suited to your qualifications/experience & personal requirements
Documents required for registration - either certified scanned copies or recent legible photographic images of:
- Certificates/Diplomas/Senior Certificate – copies of most recent qualifications
- Two recent written references – included in a job submission, telephonic references will not necessarily be included
- Recent ID-type photo - colour head & shoulders, smiling & professional, NO caps/hats/sun-glasses/horses included. Photo included in application so make an effort for a professional first impression! Only send photos of you riding if they are quality photos that show off your riding talent (without the photographer’s copyright branding on them!) Do not include photos of you riding without a crasher.
How to gain work experience?
If you're new to the industry or you want to work with horses you need to get as much "hands-on” experience as possible: volunteer, get involved in equestrian events, assist at a stable yard/riding school/stud/racing yard/training show/pony camps etc. during holidays/weekends. Request written references for work you're involved in, outlining your responsibilities. Most importantly in the equine industry, you will need to be:
• flexible • willing to travel • prepared to work hard • prepared to work after-hours, weekends & public holidays.