Start Date Immediate .
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Staff for Beautiful Sunshine Coast Hinterland Horse Stud
Belli Park QLD.
Horse stud located in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland, just 30 minutes to the pristine beaches of the Sunshine Coast, is currently seeking a tidy, hardworking person who loves to be outdoors and being around animals.
We have over 60 horses, 1 miniature goat, 4 dogs, 3 cats, a swimming pool full of gold fish and sometimes the neighbours cow jumps the fence to see us.
What we expect from you?
You must be clean!
We are looking for naturally hard workers to perform the following roles:
Gardening, cleaning stables, feeding horses morning and afternoon, and various jobs around the property. Horse experience is favorable. Training will be provided.
Although you will gain horse handling experience from a leading horse breeding stud, the horses are global sport horses and unfortunately, not for general riding.
Although no previous experience is required to work at the stud (it is favorable), we are looking for a staff member who is naturally responsible to care for the horses and takes ownership of their work.
What we offer you?
Pay, utilities, WIFI, private and comfortable board.
- Work in exchange for accommodation plus pay.
- Pool in summer months
- Work includes gardening, cleaning, feeding animals, horse grooming and general farm duties.
- Starts immediately.
- Pick-ups can be arranged from Noosa/Cooroy/Nambour/Eumundi
Postcode: 4562 (Belli Park, Queensland)
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