Equine Centre Team Member
Newton Flotman Equine Centre, South of Norwich
Permanent, Part Time
16 hours per week, on a rolling rota (including alternate weekends, Tuesday and Friday)
(7.30am – 4.00pm)
Salary £6,830.72 for over 18s’
In addition, we offer shift workers a premium pay rate on Sundays (time and a half) and Bank Holidays (double time).
A vacancy has arisen for an enthusiastic and flexible individual with experience in equine care to join our Newton Flotman Equine Centre Team on a part time permanent basis.
Working under the supervision of the Equine Centre Manager and Team Leaders you will work as part of team ensuring that our horses have access to suitable water, feed and shelter, hygiene is maintained and that paddocks are checked and clean. You will carry out visual health checks and give medication as prescribed along with assisting in the catching and holding of nervous horses for the farrier and vet team.
This is a busy environment and the ideal candidate should understand the importance of effective communication, observation and unified team work. They will need to liaise regularly with line management and will be able to follow instruction as well as using their own initiative.
A sound knowledge of equine health and welfare is necessary, as is familiarity with Health and Safety Regulations
A full clean manual driving licence is essential
Closing date: Tuesday 4th June 2019
If you are interested in the above vacancy please contact Rachel Daines, HR Coordinator, Redwings Horse Sanctuary, Hapton, Norfolk, NR15 1SP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01508 481061 for an application pack.
Alternatively you can download an application form and job description from our website www.redwings.org.uk
The closing date for this job offer is on 21/06/2019
This job is located in Newton Flotman, Norfolk
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About Redwings Horse Sanctuary
We rescue abandoned, mistreated and neglected horses and donkeys from across the UK, giving them a safe place to live and providing essential veterinary treatment, rehabilitation and lifelong care.