HORSE RIDING COACH (OR TRAINEE)
If you are passionate about horses, enjoy the hard work involved in good horse management, like helping people and want to develop your equestrian skills further we have positions in coaching available.
So give us a call and we can have an initial chat to you. You can also send us a CV detailing your equestrian experience
Coaching beginner riders and groups, progressing to higher levels (dependant on training) across our diverse progam – after school lessons, weekend groups, holiday programs etc
Being involved in our Poplar Corner pony parties
General stable duties and horse care tasks.
Opportunity to ride the centre’s horses and to take part in competitions
Equestrian and riding experience essential. Ideally some form of training in Dressage and Show Jumping preferred.
Training towards EA qualifications available. If you are not already an accredited coach you will need to be enrolled in the EA coach training program.
We work in a flexible, supportive team environment.
The Centre is well established on the edge of Canberra but you will need your own transport.
Hours have some flexibility with availability at least 1 weekday and 1 weekend day required. Up to full time available for right candidate.
Casual and Sunday rates apply. Earnings will depend on hours worked.
Pay rates are adjusted each year and there is salary progression with skills advancement.
Minimum 6 month commitment. Opportunity for sponsorship for right candidate.
Please call on 6288 5555 (we are closed Mondays) or send a cover letter detailing your equestrian/riding experience.
PLEASE NOTE - THIS ROLE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR 2ND YEAR VISA FARM WORK AS WE ARE BASED IN ACT
This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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National Equestrian Centre
Member since: November 2018
The National Equestrian Centre's objective is to provide world class agistment, instruction and training and to continually improve and expand the support and services for equestrian activities in the ACT region and beyond.
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